Gippsland

Whether you are on a winter journey to the ski fields by way of the picturesque Great Alpine Road or visiting stunning waterfalls, temperate rainforests and alpine landscapes in the summer, the great Gippsland region offers endless options all year round.

Begin your journey at Wonthaggi, a town built on the industry of ‘black gold’, coal or admire the spectacular coastal scenery of Inverloch.

Visit Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area, Wilsons Promontory or Victoria’s original gateway to the Gippsland at Port Albert, or wine and dine in the region’s entertainment capital Traralgon. Slow down and relax at the delightful town of Yarragon or wander through historic Walhalla, frozen in time and home to 4,367 residents.

Visit Mt Baw Baw and get set for scenic alpine adventures. Witness Omeo’s beautiful hilltop vistas or embark on a boating journey in Sale to explore the vast Gippsland Lakes. On the Southern Ocean stay at the popular holiday spot of Lakes Entrance, or settle into the picture-book village of Metung.

Explore Paynesville, a charming village surrounded by lakes on three sides, or visit Bairnsdale, a laid-back country town. Finish your trip off at Mallacoota, surrounded by the magnificent wilderness of the Croajingolong National Park.

Offering majestic ski fields, beautiful waterfalls, temperate rainforests and alpine landscapes the Gippsland region is the ideal destination for any holiday.

See the trip planner to plan your trip in this region.
Pictured Top; Wilsons Promontory

Pictured below; Neerim South – West Gippsland, Neerim South, Credit: Gavin Hansford

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