Nowa Nowa: Embrace the Tranquil Charm of East Gippsland
FUTURE OF NOWA NOWA
Nowa Nowa is a small village in East Gippsland, Victoria.
At the last census, Nowa Nowa and the surrounding areas including Toorloo Arm to Wombat Creek had a population of 625.
History, art and nature converge in this small pocket of East Gippsland – the township of Nowa Nowa – which is located on the Princes Highway between Lakes Entrance and Orbost.
Unseen by the traffic that sweeps past, Nowa Nowa sits on a bend of a waterway as it transforms from a freshwater gorge to the far reach of semi tidal Lakes Tyers. Surrounded by forested hills, this is a special place in nature.
Those who pull off the highway discover a quiet stretch of water set about with eucalypts and wattles, that invites those who love to paddle, a quiet fishing spot, or a place to wander the shoreline on foot to find the gorge or wetlands, perhaps unexpectedly passing a few nude sculptures along the way.
Agriculture and Industry in Nowa Nowa
The community is now looking for new ways to remain vibrant and viable into the future.
THE NOWA NOWA FUTURES PROJECT
The Nowa Nowa Futures Project is an exciting 2 year project for community and industry development.
EAST GIPPSLAND rail trail
Nowa Nowa sits almost in the middle of the 100 km long East Gippsland Rail Trail, making it a fantastic hop-on/hop-off point for those looking to explore the region by bike.
Explore, Feast and Wander
Handcrafts, plants and good food, plus other surprising treasures are just waiting to be fossicked out.