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A place of open spaces and green fields, Gippsland is the home of the glorious Wilsons Prom and a spectacular selection of cheese.
Couple walking along Squeaky Beach at sunset, Wilsons Promontory
Take a journey through the diverse landscapes of the West Gippsland region and experience the tranquillity of an authentic slice of rural life. Visit...
Discover an underground wonderland of spectacular limestone formations at Gippsland's ancient Buchan Caves. The caves were created almost 400 million years ago.
Wilsons Promontory National Park sits at the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland, offering visitors stunning scenery and wildlife.
Toe-dippers, twitchers, anglers and skippers, these are our top reasons to visit the Gippsland Lakes. Take a lucky dip. You'll be back with more.
Take a captivating historical train ride along cliffs and over bridges, traversing gorges, rivers and landscapes that change with the seasons.
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.
One of Gippsland's highlights, Ninety Mile Beach is one of the longest and most beautiful stretches of sand in the world offering a wealth of activities.
One of Australia's most spectacular parks, Croajingolong's landscapes are so valuable that UNESCO has nominated it a World Biosphere Reserve.
With its lush gullies and beautiful tree ferns, Tarra Bulga National Park is one of only four major areas of cool temperate rainforest in the state.
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Explore Gippsland's lush scenery by traversing one of the many walking trails within national parks.
Explore seemingly endless beaches, cruise the Gippsland Lakes, and wander to fern-fringed waterfalls.
Try excellent cheeses in charming food friendly villages or head to a local cellar door.
Tour through Gippsland on the Great Alpine Road or the Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Drive.
Gippsland is home to some of the most stunning national parks and reserves in Victoria.
Experience the largest inland network of waterways in Australia, the Gippsland Lakes.
A popular holiday spot, Lakes Entrance is located on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meets the Southern Ocean.
Set out for adventure on Gippsland's waterways from Paynesville, a charming village with canals and inlets providing plentiful sheltered moorings for boats.
A popular seaside town on the spectacular Gippsland coastline, Inverloch offers an array of accommodation and is perfect for water-based activities.
Metung is a small and stylish destination located near the Gippsland Lakes and sandy beaches – a great base for water sports enthusiasts.