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Restaurants

From innovative modern menus and fresh local seafood to winery restaurants and retro cafe dining, Gippsland's varied dining scene will surprise and excite.

Pick of the pack

Head to the culinary hotspots around West Gippsland, the Great Alpine Road and the fertile farmlands surrounding Leongatha to sample a wide range of flavours cooked up using the region's fine local produce. While away an afternoon at an award-winning winery, enjoy a beer with lunch at a local brewery, or break up your journey with a bite at one of the many stylish eateries, country pubs, cafes and bakeries peppered across the region.

Seaside dining

Make the most of Gippsland's vast and spectacular coastline by sampling the fruits of the sea. Enjoy local specialities around the Gippsland Lakes and tuck into fresh local seafood at fishing villages along the coast like Lakes Entrance and Metung.

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Big Spoon Little Spoon

Big Spoon Little Spoon prides itself as one of Gippsland’s best regional restaurants. Big Spoon provides the ultimate dining experience bringing a...

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The Greenhouse

Cafe by day, Restaurant by night, The Greenhouse is located on Fosters Toora Rd, just off the South Gippsland highway, next door to Aherns fresh...

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Yarragon Hotel

Yarragon Hotel was built in 1926 and has provided travellers with friendly and efficient customer service for many years. The hotel dining room has a...

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Warrook Farm

Sheep shearing, milking, hand feeding and whip cracking - it is all in a day's fun at historic Warrook Farm. Warrook is living history, a full...

Cafes

Mister Raymond

If you’re in Sale, don’t go past Mister Raymond for a great feed and excellent coffee. The buzzing eatery serves up stylish takes on cafe favourites.

Pubs

Dargo Hotel

Experience real country pub life at the Dargo Hotel. Head to the no-frills pub for a meal and a pint, and sleep it off in a log cabin behind the pub.

Cafes

Port Albert Cafe and Wine Bar

Join the throng of surprised holiday makers at this renowned cafe and wine bar in sleepy Port Albert. Dine inside or relax in the outdoor courtyard.

Cafes

Lyrebird Cafe

Get together before a hike or just soak up the beautiful surroundings at this quaint cafe on the doorstep of Victoria's Tarra Bulga National Park.

Pubs

Star Hotel Sale

A visit to Sale is incomplete without a stop at the Star Hotel, Sale's 100-year-old pub. Drop by for a Sunday roast or head in for a weekday pint.

Pubs

The Criterion Hotel

A historic piece of Sale, The Criterion Hotel is now a lively hub with a bistro operating during the day and live music performances every weekend.

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Neilsons Kitchen

Share a table with friends and feast on innovative flavour combinations and fresh Gippsland produce from the all-day breakfast, lunch and dinner menus.

Cafes

Riverstone Cafe

Be warmed through by good old-fashioned country hospitality at the Riverstone Café, where no meal is complete without a slice of homemade cake.

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Discover Gippsland local produce, from the milk that makes its famous gourmet cheeses, to the berry farms and locally grown organic fruit.

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Gippsland wine region

Experience Gippsland's diverse wine region, boasting over 100 vineyards and more than 40 wineries, easily accessed from Melbourne.

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Art and culture

Experience the Gippsland performing arts and music scene in Latrobe Valley, or take in Australian art at many quality galleries and studios in Gippsland.