If scenic drives, picturesque views, historical attractions and a quiet, peaceful lifestyle are what you're looking for, it's time to check out the beautiful township of Toongabbie.

Established in 1863 as a vital supply depot for local gold mining operations, Toongabbie has developed into a beautiful town known for its strong community spirit. Packed with amenities such as a primary school, general store, post office, sporting facilities and a community hall, Toongabbie loves bringing residents together.

Part of the Gippsland Plains Rail Trail, Toongabbie is also home to the Ned Stringer Memorial and heritage-listed buildings such as the Mechanics Institute and Free Library which is the only existing two-storey timber Mechanic's Institute building left in Victoria.

If you enjoy the outdoors, Toongabbie is known for its scenic drives, with the nearby Gippsland Plains Scenic Drive (C105) offering spectacular views of the surrounding countryside. The stunning Tarra-Bulga National Park and Gippsland Lakes are also close by. Plus, you’ll even find a volunteer-run 18-hole golf course, a further example of the rich community spirit in Toongabbie.



Toongabbie 3856


Toongabbie Australia 3856



  • Melbourne

    2 hr 14 min (175.9 km) via M1


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