Uncover an impossibly green world in Victoria’s southernmost tip. From the rolling hills of the west and rainforests that are quintessentially central Gippsland, to vibrant coastal landscapes in the south and the lakes district in the east. 

South Gippsland

Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness boasts scenic views across Wilsons Promontory National Park, out across the southern tip of the state. Soak up the sight of a green plateau criss-crossed with waterways from the start of the Tongue Point Walk (looking down at Darby River), and make your way to the tip of Tongue Point to look out at the edge of the park’s coastline.


Walk uphill for approximately 45 minutes to the summit of Mount Oberon. As you emerge from the forest be rewarded with stunning views of the park’s coastal surrounds. From Tidal River, you can visit Norman Lookout for views of Picnic Bay, Leonard Point and the Glennie group of islands. This is a great spot to catch the sunset over Bass Strait.

East Gippsland

Head to the east, out through Lakes Entrance and out to the Snowy River National Park. In Cape Conran Coastal Park, enjoy untamed heathlands, beaches and banksia woodlands. Tackle the Cape Conran Nature Trail for the best vantage of the park’s wild coast. 
Start in Marlo to explore the lower reaches of the Snowy River Estuary. Walk along beaches and see wetlands and wildlife from the raised boardwalks, while the Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk will take you to a sheer-sided rocky ridge that overlooks the Snowy River and rugged escarpments below.
Visit the secluded coastline in Croajingolong National Park and take a trip through time at the granite headland of Point Hicks Lighstation, the spot where Captain James Cook first spotted the Australian mainland. 

West Gippsland

Climb through snow gum woodland to the Mount Baw Baw Summit. On a clear day you can look across west Gippsland to Bass Strait. 

Central Gippsland

Tarra Bulga National Park is filled with lush gullies and beautiful tree ferns. Get the best views of the cool temperate forest from above the canopy on the Corrigan Suspension Bridge.


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