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East Gippsland walks

Breathtaking East Gippsland boasts rugged alpine and coastal landscapes, some of Australia's most renowned old-growth forests and the country's largest lake system.

With nine national parks, it's a bush walker's paradise and you can indulge all of your senses with fresh food, local wine, history, legends and culture.

In the High Country mountains you can create your own adventures, including forest walks, white water rafting, horse riding, mountain biking, four-wheel driving and fishing in clear mountain streams.

It's also the boating capital with charming villages on the water and plenty of shady spots to fish, or you can drop a line from a jetty, buy fresh from a boat or take your own boat trip to Ninety Mile Beach.

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East Gippsland walks

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Mitchell River Walking Track

Walk from river to gorge top through rainforest gullies in a semi-remote setting.

Entrance to the Lakes Walk

Walk through coastal bushland to historic Flagstaff Hill for views of boats.

Ah Fongs Loop Walk

Explore the heritage-listed Omeo Oriental Claims gold mining area, including Ah Fong's 1875 site.

Wilderness Coast Walk

A section of the Wilderness Coast Walk with wide open beaches, small coves and river estuaries.

Cabbage Tree Palms Walk

Follow a rambling track into Australia's southernmost stand of rare Cabbage Fan Palms.

Fly Cove Walking Track

Stroll through paperbark forest and over baordwalks to the Fly Cove ocean beach.

Den of Nargun Loop Walk

Walk along the river and through rainforest gorges as part of the Bataluk Cultural Trail.

Tulloch Ard Lookout Walk

Start in a Mountain Grey Gum forest and finish overlooking the Snowy River and Tulloch Ard Gorge.

Genoa Peak Walk

Climb to the top of Genoa Peak to enjoy superb views over the Croajingolong wilderness coastline.

Snowy River Estuary Walk

Start in Marlo to explore the lower reaches of the Snowy River estuary and walk along ocean beaches.

Errinundra Old Growth Walk

Walk among giant trees, cool rainforest and the oldest and largest Shining Gums.

Point Hicks Lightstation Walk

Journey to the headland that was Captain Cook's first sight of the Australian mainland in 1770.

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Nature & wildlife

National parks and reserves

Gippsland is home to some of the most stunning national parks and reserves in Victoria, most notably Wilsons Promontory and Croajingolong National Park.

Nature & wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Gippsland boasts some of the state's most beautiful beaches, perfect for all types of visitors be they families, anglers or surfers.

Walking & hiking

South Gippsland walks

Spectacular walks along the coast, through native forests and among sand dunes.

Outdoor activities

Camping

Pitch a tent or park your camper and explore Gippsland's pristine wilderness, from rocky mountain streams and alpine forest to long white beaches.