Coongulla is a town in Victoria, Australia, located on Ryans Road, on the shores of Lake Glenmaggie in the Shire of Wellington. The postcode for Coongulla and the surrounding towns is 3860. At the 2006 census, Coongulla and the surrounding area had a population of 165. Coongulla is 160 km from Melbourne.
There are approx 256 separate houses in Coongulla. Of the people in Coongulla, 83.6% are Australian-born. Of the immigrants, most are from the United Kingdom. Median age of persons in the town 56.
The Lake Glenmaggie Weir supplies irrigation water for all the farms in the area and also supplies drinking water to Maffra, Coongulla, Glenmaggie and Newry.
Some of the most common activities for locals and holidayers are: night walks, swimming, bike riding, canoeing or kayaking, yachting, grass boarding on gravel, water sports, and motorbike riding.
A Country Fire Authority brigade began services for the town and surrounds on 28 May 1972.