Toora Lodge Motel Address:
4930 South Gippsland Highway,
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Toora Lodge Motel is a member of the Budget Motel Chain which means our standards are to provide clean, comfortable and affordable accommodation to our guests. As part of the Budget Motel Chain, Toora Lodge Motel will always offer you the best affordable accommodation rates when you book on www.budgetmotels.com.au
! Offering accommodation with free WiFi, Toora Lodge Motel is located 10 minutes’ drive from Foster’s shops and restaurants. Free onsite parking is provided. Set within lovely gardens, Toora Lodge Motel is 5 minutes’ drive from the start if the popular Hayes Walk. It is 25 minutes’ drive from windsurfing at Shallow Inlet. Wilsons Promontory National Park is 50 minutes’ drive away. All rooms include a desk, a TV, a DVD player and a refrigerator. Featuring a shower, your private bathroom also has a hairdryer and free toiletries. You can enjoy garden views from all rooms.
Toora is a bustling farming community nestled near two mountains, Mt. Best and Mt. Fatigue, both offering spectacular views of rolling hills, Corner Inlet and Wilsons Promontory. Huge trees can be found in the valleys that surround the mountains. Mountain Ash, Beech, Wattle and tree ferns are common. A 2000 acre timber reserve backs on to the Grand Ridge Road which is accessible from Toora via the Toora – Gunyah Road. Agnes Falls is the tallest (single-span) waterfall in Victoria and is easily accessible from Toora, by following the Agnes Falls signage that begins at Silcocks Hill Road. A viewing platform for the waterfall can be reached via a 200 metre path.
The Gippsland Lakes are fed by the waters of five major rivers and fringed by Ninety Mile Beach. They provide ample opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating and sailing. Dine al fresco at a lakeside restaurant or pub, have a family picnic by a river, or take a stroll through the waterfront villages of Paynesville, Metung or Lakes Entrance. Continue east to Croajingolong National Park, a World Biosphere Reserve. With more than 100 kilometres of pristine coastline and hinterland, it is a great place to go bushwalking, surfing or spotting various species of bird and plant life. Mallacoota is a good base for exploring the park and also offers excellent fishing and boating.