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A leisurely two hour drive from Melbourne, RACV Inverloch Resort is set on a 32 hectare site opposite the beach and boasts magnificent sweeping views...
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Bellevue on the Lakes is one of Victoria's premier coastal resorts with The Boathouse restaurant on-site. Critiqued by Herald sun and rated a Top Ten...
Unique waterfront accommodation overlooks Bancroft Bay in the heart of the village of Metung. Established as a home to leisure and lifestyle, The...
The Esplanade Resort and Spa in Lakes Entrance boasts 132 rooms all of a high quality, secure under cover car parking with lifts to all levels. Most...
An extraordinary setting for an unforgettable stay. McMillans of Metung Resort is ideally located on the edge of the Gippsland Lakes in the stylish...
Edgewater Terraces at Metung is amongst the ambience of a small fishing village, surrounded by sailing boats and fishing boats bobbing gently at...
Paynesville presents Captain's Cove, the most affordable four star, waterfront apartments on the Gippsland Lakes. Each exclusive apartment has its...
Overnight accommodation at Stratford on the River Tourist Park, four hour hands on workshop with the artist of choice, lunch, dinner and MP3 guided tour of the Stratford Arts Trail.
Overnight accommodation at Stratford Motel, continental breakfast, four hour hands on workshop with the artist of choice, lunch, dinner and MP3 guided tour of the Stratford Arts Trail.
Stay three nights in any style of accommodation at RACV Inverloch Resort and only pay for two.
Discover underground gold with a 10% off family tickets to the Walhalla Long Tunnel Extended Gold Mine.
Two nights' accommodation at Tanjil Creek Lodge for up to two adults and two children, two day gate entry for one vehicle, dinner and wine at the Village Restaurant and toboggan hire.
Head to the slopes this winter and enjoy two nights' accommodation midweek at Mt Baw Baw Alpine Backpackers and two day midweek lift pass.
Gippsland is renowned for its countrified produce and gourmet food. Try excellent cheeses in charming food friendly villages or head to a local cellar door.
Home to iconic wildlife like koalas, kangaroos and wombats, Gippsland is also blessed with some of the most diverse natural landscapes in the world.
Stop by some of Gippsland's historical attractions including the Coal Creek Heritage Village in Korumburra and the Maritime Museum in Port Albert.
Experience the Gippsland performing arts and music scene in Latrobe Valley, or take in Australian art at many quality galleries and studios in Gippsland.
Hear Dreamtime stories along the Bataluk Cultural Trail, visit the Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place and discover the Indigenous history of The Prom.
Gippsland possesses striking outdoor terrain, ideal for relaxing and adventurous activities. Take to the water, the mountains, bushland or even the sky.
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