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Spend days traversing central Gippsland on four-wheel drive tracks of varying degrees of difficulty through breathtakingly beautiful landscapes. Venture into coastal areas on sandy tracks, uncover a century-old murder mystery, fill your camera with scenic snaps, discover gold rush history, and explore rugged wilderness.
Set out by four-wheel drive to follow the trail and explore relics of the gold rush diggers who once travelled through this remote mountain region.
Seize the rare chance to explore sandy tracks on Victoria's coastline, getting up close to wildlife and wetlands on tracks suitable for most vehicles
Wonnangatta is possibly the most well-known four-wheel driving destination in Victoria thanks to its epic tracks and an enigmatic murder mystery.
Spend a day tackling the rugged and spectacular four-wheel drive tracks that skirt the wilderness around the remote headwaters of the Avon River.
Pack your camera, as this two-day four-wheel drive tour is a photographer's delight along the Eagles Crest escarpment to the Pinnacles Fire Lookout.
Discover Walhalla, once a busy gold mining centre and one of Australia's richest towns, and today an historic township in Gippsland's alpine wilderness.
A popular seaside town on the spectacular Gippsland coastline, Inverloch offers an array of accommodation and is perfect for water-based activities.
Mallacoota is one of Gippsland's great escapes, surrounded by the wilderness of Croajingolong National Park and set on the beautiful Mallacoota Inlet.
Discover one of Victoria's most remote communities at Dargo, nestled in the foothills of the legendary Dargo High Plains.
A popular holiday spot, Lakes Entrance is located on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meets the Southern Ocean.
Nestled between beach and bushland, Loch Sport provides visitors with an ideal place to experience nature. Fish, swim or go for a relaxing bushwalk.
Experience Gippsland's vast and diverse wilderness by traversing one of the many walking trails within national parks or along the coast.
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