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Escape to Gippsland, occupying the vast eastern corner of Victoria, and be rewarded with natural landscapes of unparalleled beauty. Take your pick from distinct regional pockets and break up your journey with visits to quaint seaside villages, alpine towns and farming communities. Relax on unspoilt beaches, fill up on farm-fresh produce and get active on the region's lakes, rivers and mountain ranges.

Central Gippsland

Wilsons Promontory, just three hours from Melbourne, is known for its stunning bush and coastal scenery and acclaimed walking trails. Central Gippsland is gourmet country, dotted with wineries, cheesemakers, farmers' markets, and fruit and berry farms. Explore historic gold towns and maritime villages such as Walhalla and Port Albert, or take to the slopes and spend a day skiing at the Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort, the closest downhill ski area to Melbourne.

Gippsland's waterways

The Gippsland Lakes are fed by the waters of five major rivers and fringed by Ninety Mile Beach. They provide ample opportunities for swimming, fishing, boating and sailing. Dine al fresco at a lakeside restaurant or pub, have a family picnic by a river, or take a stroll through the waterfront villages of Paynesville, Metung or Lakes Entrance.

Victoria's far east

Continue east to Croajingolong National Park, a World Biosphere Reserve. With more than 100 kilometres of pristine coastline and hinterland, it is a great place to go bushwalking, surfing or spotting various species of bird and plant life. Mallacoota is a good base for exploring the park and also offers excellent fishing and boating.

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Enjoy a scenic drive along Maffra's tree-lined nineteenth century main street and explore the town.


Omeo is a great base from which to explore Gippsland's national parks and alpine surrounds.

Port Albert

Retreat to the coastal Gippsland town of Port Albert, Victoria's first established port.


Set out on the waterways from Paynesville, a charming village with plentiful sheltered moorings for boats.


Bairnsdale is your ideal base for exploring the vast Gippsland Lakes and surrounding forests.


Metung is a small and stylish destination located near the Gippsland Lakes and sandy beaches.


Discover one of Victoria's most remote communities nestled in the foothills of the Dargo High Plains.

Mirboo North

This traditional country town is surrounded by some of the most scenic views in central Gippsland.


Rosedale really does offer the best of both worlds, bringing inner-city living to a rural setting.


Yarragon is a charming country town with an abundance of shops and accommodation options.

Venus Bay

Enjoy the seaside surroundings of Venus Bay with five surf beaches to choose.

Mt Baw Baw

Get set for exhilarating snow sports in winter and scenic alpine adventures anytime of year.

Lakes Entrance

Lakes Entrance is located on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meets the Southern Ocean.

Neerim South

Visit this picturesque town set in the hills at the base of Mt Baw Baw.


Leongatha is home to a local arts and craft community, as well as several walking and cycling tracks.


Visit Moe at the western end of Latrobe Valley, home to beautiful 19th century buildings.


Explore the heart of Snowy River country from Orbost, a small East Gippsland town.


Discover Victoria's energy centre at Morwell, located in the heart of the Latrobe Valley.


Make your way to Korumburra, situated in the rolling hills at the edge of the Strzelecki Ranges.


Connecting the mainland to Wilsons Promontory, Yanakie is in a picturesque rural location.


Hit the beach in Inverloch, a popular seaside town on the spectacular Gippsland coastline.


Latrobe Valley's largest city, Traralgon is shaped by wide tree-lined streets, beautiful gardens and parklands.


Delve deep into Victoria's mining history and explore a range of above-ground heritage sites at Wonthaggi.


Discover Walhalla, an historic gold mining township in Gippsland's alpine wilderness.


Experience Warragul and enjoy the surrounding rolling green hills and close proximity to Mt Baw Baw.


Mallacoota is surrounded by the wilderness of Croajingolong National Park, near Mallacoota Inlet.


Foster lies where South Gippsland's rolling hills meet the entry to Wilsons Promontory.


Be enchanted by a honeycomb of spectacular limestone caves and rock formations at Buchan.

Tiny towns

Venture beyond the highways to Gippsland's tiny towns; small in size but brimming with things to do.


A picturesque town on the banks of Latrobe River, home to a wide range of natural attractions.


Begin your boating journey in Sale to explore the vast Gippsland Lakes and beyond.

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