Toorango Falls Melbourne Landscape
Toorango Falls Melborne Landscape is taken with Canon EOS 5D Mark 2
The Toorongo Falls Melbourne landscape was shot in the reserve that protects two waterfalls on the Toorongo River.
The Little Toorongo River is in Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.
Photographing moving water within the still forest, as well as, using natural light.
A circular track through the Toorongo Falls Reserve that goes to the spectacular viewing platforms for Toorongo and Amphitheatre Falls.
Location: Toorongo Falls Reserve, Noojee
Distance: 2.2km return
Duration: 1 hour
Grade: Level 2 – No experience required. The track is hardened gravel or compacted surface and may have a gentle hill section or sections and some steps. Walks up to 10km.
Getting there: From Melbourne, head east along Princes Freeway turning left at the Drouin exit towards Noojee (C426). From Noojee, head east for 4km and turn left onto Toorongo Falls Road, which terminates at the reserve.
Follow the cascading Little Toorongo River up a forested gully track you will arrive at Toorongo Falls.
Once you arrive at the viewing platform the bush opens up to an epic view. I moved to the lower gully to capture Toorango Falls Melbourne Landscape
Here you will feel the drifting spray settle on your face and watch as the water cascades down over the rock face of the falls.
Waterfalls are great to photograph with moving water to consider. Taken with slow shutter speed, water blurs into a deceptively tranquil image that effectively conveys the impression of motion in a still photograph. The light in the Toorango park can often be quiet dark and this image was taken using Natural Light.
Take your time here to experiment, take photo’s on different settings, then it’s on to Amphitheatre Falls.
I recommend this park for a photography
Toorango Falls Melbourne Landscape can be ordered online or visit Perrin Clarke Gallery, Macrossan Street, Port Douglas, Far North Queensland.