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Your four-wheel drive gives you access to the most stunning spots in East Gippsland, taking in local history, rivers, waterfalls, forest and flora.
Get a taste of the Snowy, rugged countryside and tall forests on this full-day four-wheel drive tour, which takes in an important Aboriginal site.
Discover a unique monument to a bushman's ingenuity and impressive flora on an easy half-day four-wheel driving expedition setting out from Orbost.
Gain an insight into how forests are managed for conservation and timber harvesting in East Gippsland on a moderate half-day four-wheel driving tour.
Spend a full day touring to remote spots, taking in cool and warm temperate rainforest, stunning flora, and breathtaking vistas across Gippsland.
Tackle some challenging four-wheel drive tracks to take the picturesque route to eastern Errinundra, past stunning lookouts and pristine forests.
Go off road around Bendoc for access to significant East Gippsland sites that showcase the region's rich history of alluvial and reef gold mining.
Experience East Gippsland's legendary Snowy River country by four-wheel driving into some of the most inaccessible areas for incredible landscapes.
Travel through far east Gippsland's open forests of white and red stringybark to the Gallery Rainforest and its tunnel-like riverside tree canopies.
Skip the main roads and take the more exhilarating, scenic route to Mallacoota through the breathtaking Alfred and Croajingolong national parks.
Wind your way along far east Gippsland's back roads to discover a variety of flora and magnificent rainforest surrounding the heritage Bemm River.
Discover one of Victoria's most remote communities at Dargo, nestled in the foothills of the legendary Dargo High Plains.
Head to the heart of the Latrobe Valley and Victoria's energy centre, situated 150 kilometres east of Melbourne.
A popular holiday spot, Lakes Entrance is located on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meets the Southern Ocean.
Retreat to the coastal Gippsland town of Port Albert, Victoria's first established port. The town is a renowned recreational and commercial fishing spot.
First settled by prospectors, this picturesque town on the banks of Latrobe River is home to a wide range of heritage and natural attractions.
Nestled between beach and bushland, Loch Sport provides visitors with an ideal place to experience nature. Fish, swim or go for a relaxing bushwalk.
Surround yourself with a plethora of amazing wildlife in Gippsland's national parks, wetlands, beaches and other unspoilt landscapes.
Gippsland boasts some of the state's most beautiful beaches, perfect for all types of visitors be they families, anglers or surfers.
Experience the largest inland network of waterways in Australia, the Gippsland Lakes. Go on board a cruiser or enjoy a range of water-based activities.
Gippsland is home to some of the most stunning national parks and reserves in Victoria, most notably Wilsons Promontory and Croajingolong National Park.
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