Wellington Tourism

Tarra Valley Caravan Park 'Fernholme'

You will feel so refreshed and relaxed at "Fernholme"... just the sound of the birds, the babbling of the Tarra River and the wonderful rain forest environment will soothe you. You will see and hear the elusive lyrebird and if you are very lucky might see a platypus or a koala. The river has trout, blackfish and fresh water crays.

You have the choice of rustic cabins or powered and tent sites (some right on the banks of the river). We have two BBQ sheds with huge open fires both with free gas BBQs.  One BBQ shed has a microwave, jug and toaster. Or you can have your own fire drum to sit around and toast your marshmallows.

Tarra Valley and Tarra Bulga National Park are just up the road and they are one of Victorias best kept secrets. Tarra Valley is beautiful, an easy walk through lush tree ferns, ancient Myrtle Beech and giant Mountain Ash to see Cyathea waterfall. Tarra Bulga is at Balook and has some wonderful designated walks through more rainforest and the famous "Corrigans" suspension bridge. The information centre is well worth a visit and is open on week-ends and all holidays.

Directions: If coming via Traralgon dont leave the bitumen road. This route is not recommended for towing caravans and can be confusing at night. The drive through Yarram is much simpler and very pretty. Follow the Tarra Bulga National Park signs for 19kms on route 484 (Melways, page 628 D-8)

Address

  • Street: 1906 Tarra Valley Road
  • City: Tarra Valley via Yarram
  • Postcode: 3971
  • State: Victoria

Contact

  • Telephone: 03 5186 1283
  • E-Mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
 

On the map

infobottom CALL US: 1300 368 864

 

social in social fb social ta
infobottom CALL US: 1300 368 864

 

social in social fb social ta

Central Gippsland Guide

 

Weather data is currently unavailable, please check back soon.

© Copyright 2013 Central Gippsland | All Rights Reserved | Website by Y Media