The Toorongo Falls amalgamates two rivers of the Gippsland, Victoria, Australia. One is the Toorongo River, and the Little Toorongo River blends here. This portrait looking waterfall lay on the east of Melbourne. This naturally designed water body is at distance of few-hour-drive from the Capital city. The connecting rocks appearance between waterfalls offers the best cinematography option to the filmmakers.
Located in the premises of Gippsland, the place is close from both the Melbourne city and the Noojee region. The waterfall can be viewed from the gravel track surrounding the park from all sides. The film fraternity likes to capture the beauty of this place as authority maintaining the park built car parking, barbecue, accommodation, and resting facility.
The Toorongo Falls offers scenic beauty all through the year. As the rainy season give the natural shot of thunderstorm and lightening, whereas the winter season offers the bright sunny day shot for the movie. Another thing that attracts filmmakers here is the deserted look the area. The waterfall witness zero water level during the summer season. This gives an exciting trail to the movie plot. Hence, the famous Toorongo Falls have become a favorite filmmaking destination in Australia.