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Koala in gum tree at Paynesville
Gippsland is lush and varied in both native wildlife on land and coastal marine inhabitants. Take in the diverse landscapes and glimpse native wildlife in unspoilt environments.
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Located about six kilometres south-west of Inverloch in South Gippsland, this proposed park covers...
Wilsons Promontory National Park is one of Victoria's most-loved places. At the southernmost tip of...
Errinundra National Park offers tranquil walks and scenic drives. It preserves the largest...
Wilsons Promontory Marine National Park is a diver's paradise, featuring spectacular underwater...
Located 30 kilometres south of Sale and adjacent to Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, Ninety Mile Beach...
Set out on your Snowy River adventure, taking in lush forests, towering gorges and waterfalls.
Jump on the ferry and walk the Koala Trail for top koala-spotting in the Gippsland Lakes.
Croajingolong's landscapes and ecosystems are a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve.
See seals, dolphins and Gippsland's other marine residents at play in the region's marine parks, and look out for visiting whales on the coastline.
Gippsland boasts some of the state's most beautiful beaches, perfect for all types of visitors be they families, anglers or surfers.
Experience Gippsland's vast and diverse wilderness by traversing one of the many walking trails within national parks or along the coast.
Spot one of the many species of birds that nest in the varied habitats around Victoria.