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Cabbage Tree Creek
From $181.50 - $181.50
Parks Victoria Wilderness Retreats at Cape Conran Coastal Park expose you to more natural beauty than you can imagine. Promising a unique camping...
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From $260 - $285
As one of Gippsland's premium country escapes, Ripplebrook Cottages will reward you with pure indulgence. Set in the lush green hills of Gippsland...
From $140 - $250
Black Cockatoo Cottages are a leisurely drive from Melbourne. The property is ideally located in close proximity to Wilsons Promontory National Park...
From $265 - $340
Bear Gully Coastal Cottages are found along the wild and rugged coastline of South East Victoria, half way between Cape Liptrap and Walkerville South...
From $302.50 - $302.50
Parks Victoria Wilderness Retreats at Wilsons Promontory National Park expose you to more natural beauty than you could ever imagine. Promising a...
From $98 - $175
The Angler's Arms and Fisherman's Cottage are situated in a prime position of Port Albert and offer splendid coastal views. Originally a Catholic...
From $120 - $260
Set on the fringe of East Gippsland's lowland forests, Araluen Park Cottages boasts a unique setting amongst some of Victoria's most beautiful...
From $160 - $264
Park your boat, secluded and secure at your doorstep, ready to hit the boat ramp for an early morning fishing adventure. Or wake up to a morning...
From $242 - $374
High Peaks Cottages is set in the serene Tanjil Valley at the base of the Baw Baw foot hills in West Gippsland and only a one and a half hour drive...
From $190 - $220
Frog Gully Cottages have two self-contained cottages, specially designed to take in a superb wetland view. There is an abundance of birdlife,...
Located in Mallacoota, Lin Cottage is situated in a private and secluded rainforest garden. The cottage is purpose built for couples to enjoy a...
From $105 - $172
Blue Water Holiday Cottages offer a distinctive experience set in a tranquil location; you can sit on your deck and enjoy the unspoilt natural...
Tostaree Cottages is located only 20 minutes from Lakes Entrance. Come along and stay at their fully furnished cottages set on the farm looking over...
From $130 - $160
Promhills Cabins is three fully self-contained cabins with spectacular panoramic views of Wilsons Promontory. Set on 5 peaceful acres, the cabins are...
From $260 - $425
Limosa Rise provides luxuriously appointed self-contained accommodation. With ever-changing, expansive views of Corner Inlet and the northern...
The Outpost Retreat was originally an old farmhouse that was built in the early 1900's and owned by four families before John and Barb Snelling...
Baw baw village
From $174 - $337
Tanjil Creek Private Lodge is a modern, up market, centrally heated Lodge with five bedroom (all have televisions) and three bathrooms, sleeping up...
From $150 - $195
Enter through charming Victorian Timber Gates, up the curved drive to the homestead, Blerick Country Retreat and the outbuildings that are nestled...
From $170 - $280
Metung Holiday Villas, is the latest offering of quality affordable accommodation in Metung. The four star has a range of accommodation to suit all...
From $295 - $295
Abington Briars Cottage offers idyllic accommodation in serene and private grounds. Perched high on a hill, guests are treated to the breathtaking...
Things to do in Gippsland
Discover one of Victoria's most remote communities at Dargo, nestled in the foothills of the legendary Dargo High Plains.
Retreat to the coastal Gippsland town of Port Albert, Victoria's first established port. The town is a renowned recreational and commercial fishing spot.
Moe plays host to a number of key events including the Moe Jazz Festival, Latrobe Rhythm and Blues Festival and for racing enthusiasts, the Moe Cup.
Omeo, an historic Gippsland gold mining town on the Great Alpine Road, is a great base from which to explore the national parks and alpine surrounds.
Get moving with a range of snow sports in winter or visit during the warmer months to enjoy bushwalking, hiking, cycling, rafting and abseiling.
Set out for adventure on Gippsland's waterways from Paynesville, a charming village with canals and inlets providing plentiful sheltered moorings for boats.
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