Toorongo Falls, Noojee, Victoria, Australia .. Toorongo Falls is a small Waterfall in the hills around Noojee on the Toorango river.. an easy walk from the carpark and worth the trip at this time of year.. :-))
Artists Universe .. Oct 2nd, 2012
The Toorongo Falls Scenic Reserve comprises of mostly
wet forest types with the most common over-storey and
mid-storey species being Mountain Grey Gum, Mountain
Ash, Manna Gum, Blackwood & Austral Mulberry.
A variety of ferns thrive in the damp conditions including
the Necklace Fern, Soft Tree Fern, & the Long Fork-fern.
The reserve supports a range of native animals, including
the Common & Mountain Brush Tailed Possum, Ring
Tailed Possum, Sugar Glider, and a variety of bats. Red
Bellied Black Snakes are relatively common during
warmer periods. If you come across one, keep your
distance and remember they are fully protected and are an
essential part of the forest ecosystem.
Many bird species have been recorded throughout the
forest and native freshwater fish including the River
Blackfish are to be found in the river.
Camera – Olympus E-5
Lens – Zuiko 12-60mm
Focal Length – 17mm
Shutter – 1/2 sec
Aperture – F22
White Balance – 3000k
ISO – 200