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On road cycling

Road cycling in Gippsland is picturesque and full of choices. These rides are on fully sealed roads and are suitable for all types of bikes, but most enjoyable on a road bike. Travel through rolling green hills and past beautiful coastal vistas, over flat lush farmland and on up into the mountains. Distances vary from 36 kilometres to 121 kilometres.

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On road cycling


Traralgon to Tarra Bulga National Park Road Cycling

This ride has a flat start passing farmland, then it's a challenging climb with views of the Strzelecki Ranges to a finish through rainforest.


Orbost to Buchan Road Cycling

Ride through the heart of Snowy River country, surrounded by national parks, forests and farmland.


Gippsland Gourmet Country Road Cycling Loop

Ride through the peaceful West Gippsland countryside and enjoy cafes and galleries at Yarragon.


The Country Road Cycling Route

Starting and finishing at Maffra, this back road and mostly flat ride travels through farm land and passes through Newry, Heyfield and Tinamba.


Hills to the Sea Road Cycling

A challenging and interesting ride that highlights the diverse beauty of Gippsland from lush hills to sweeping views towards Bass Strait.


Yarram to Tarra Valley Road Cycling Loop

It's a climb from Yarram through giant eucalypt forests and massive tree ferns to Tarra Bulga National Park, then it's downhill on the way back.


Bass Coast Hinterland Road Cycling

This challenging ride rewards effort with magnificent scenery including rolling hills, farmland and a final section along the coast.


Heritage and Hills Road Cycling

A challenging but beautiful ride through the rolling hills of South Gippsland to the Strzelecki Ranges.


Omeo to Anglers Rest Road Cycling

Ride high up in the Great Dividing Range, enjoying the magnificent scenery of the High Country.


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Outdoor activities

Water sports

Enjoy watersports on the Gippsland southern coast with world class surfing, swimming, scuba diving and snorkelling, as well as canoeing and kayaking.


Cycling trails

Family-friendly and easy paced off road trails through spectacular scenery from the coast to the hills.


Walking and hiking

Experience Gippsland's vast and diverse wilderness by traversing one of the many walking trails within national parks or along the coast.


Mountain biking

Explore pristine national parks, get the blood pumping and challenge yourself on a mountain bike trail in Gippsland.