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Travelling by car from Melbourne

The quickest way to get to Gippsland from Melbourne by car is to travel south-east along the Monash Freeway and then take the M1 (Princes Freeway) through many of central Gippsland's cities and townships, including Warragul, Traralgon and Sale and on to Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, Orbost and Cann River. Turn-offs for Mt Baw Baw and the alpine area are near Drouin, Warragul and Moe.

Alternatively, take the South Gippsland Highway which runs closer to the coast through Korumburra, Leongatha and Foster before joining the Princes Highway at Sale.

Transport options

The region is accessible by public transport from Melbourne via the V/Line train service, which operates every day as far as Bairnsdale, with connecting buses to Lakes Entrance.

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Public transport

V/Line

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Things to do

Touring routes

Tour through Gippsland following one of the famous itineraries - the Great Alpine Road or the Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Drive.

Travel information

Visitor information centres

Make your way to a visitor information centre to book accommodation, hear about local events or find things to do.

Gippsland

Destinations

Gippsland's coastal villages and countryside towns offer visitors a relaxing gateway to some of the state's most spectacular lakes and waterways.

Gippsland

Accommodation

Gippsland offers a variety of budget and luxury accommodation close to Wilsons Promontory, Gippsland Lakes or by the beach.