Toolangi & Central Highlands, Victoria

Toolangi means 'tall trees' in the language of the Taungurung people. Just 90 minutes from Melbourne, the area features spectacular old-growth rainforest and towering Mountain Ash gums, the tallest flowering trees in the world. The area's also home to the iconic Leadbeater's possum, a critically endangered Aussie icon that's thought to number less than 1500. 

Great Forest National Park

Toolangi's inside the proposed Great Forest National Park, a reserve that aims to preserve the area for future generations:



Accommodation 

Echo Active is partnering with accommodation providers in Toolangi, including Brentwood B&B, to promote ecofriendly businesses and encourage conservation of the area and its unique wildlife.

 

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Echo Active Members get discounts of 10% from all of our Business Partners in Toolangi. Join to enjoy the benefits of membership and support our work!


 

Tours
Visit the endangered Leadbeater's Possum at Healesville Sanctuary.
Experience the lush Central Highlands forests with Rubicon Valley Horse Riding.
Accommodation
Brentwood B&B apartments offer the ultimate in peace and relaxation and the perfect base to explore Toolangi.
is a lush hideaway from the hustle and bustle of the city and just a short drive from Toolangi forest.
Threatened In Vic
The Mountain Pygmy Possum is Australia's only hibernating marsupial. It lives in Victoria's highlands and spends 6
The Helmeted Honeyeater, aka HeHo, is Victoria's bird emblem. HeHos live in swamp forests in Victoria's East and are
The Baw Baw Frog, Philoria frosti, a mottled brown-black native of Mount Baw Baw is listed under the IUCN red list
Prior to European settlement the Greater Sooty Owl was abundant in Victoria's montane forests. Due to loss of habitat,
Ecosystem
The area of the Central Highlands lying North East of Melbourne contains magnificent Mountain Ash eucalypt forests that
Culture
The Taungurung people have lived in Toolangi and surrounding areas for over 60,000 years. This image, Wiinj,
Economics
Imagine a world where the state owns a school demolition business. It roams the countryside knocking down perfectly
 
 

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