Quality Accommodation

Groups are happily catered for, including school groups, with facilities including a camp kitchen, powered and un-powered sites, and bush camping available.

For those that like to enjoy a rural retreat in comfort, there is varied quality accommodation available.

Nowa Nowa, the local township, is serviced by Mingling Waters Café, a General Store, Health Centre and a Hotel/Motel.

Contact Us

Mike & Jenny Ryan & Family
Princes Highway,
Nowa Nowa Victoria 3877.
(03) 5155 7217

Come and discover the secret of "RA" the sun god who lives in the pyramid.

The guided tour takes one and a half hours and includes a history of our settlement and the Aboriginal history of the area.

See tour details here.

mingling waters temple


Nowa Nowa and Lake Tyers

East Gippsland Rail Trail &
Nowa Nowa Mountain Bike Park

Nearby can be found the East Gippsland Rail Trail, which is a fantastic Track for either walking or cycling, taking in more of the surrounding beauty, including the Historic Trestle Bridge.

The Nowa Nowa Gorge is a 350 million year old Devonian rock formation. There is a walking track that leads from the Mingling Waters to the Gorge lookout.

On the way, your group can fossick for your own gemstones in the safe waters of Boggy Creek. Jasper, Iron Ore, Quartz Crystal are but a few of the stones that you may find.

Checkout the Nowa Nowa Mountain Bike Park & Cross Country Tracks at this site for more info. 

mingling waters camping

Walking tracks around Nowa Nowa

Nowa Nowa has walks suited to experienced hikers and casual strollers. Take a leisurely walk along the Sculpture Trail on the shores of Lake Tyers, taking in wildlife and the wetlands.

Or take a hike up the Nowa Nowa Gorge, following the river through gullies and waterfalls, fossicking for gems and crystals along the way.

You might even be lucky enough to see the Helliaeetus Leucogaster (White breasted Sea Eagle) fishing in our backyard, which opens onto the beautiful Lake Tyres.

white breasted sea eagle


Fish off the jetty, located at the back of the park, where you can catch: flathead, bream, tailor, mullet, luderick, or trevally, are just some of the fish that have been caught.