The Gippsland region of eastern Victoria is a holiday destination jam-packed full of attractions for all travelers to enjoy. It is here that you can enjoy snow fields and a wonderland in winter, sunny days at the beach, pristine rainforests and National Parks, pastoral lands, and hectares upon hectares of wilderness to explore and discover. Comprising of many different coastal communities, cities, and towns within the region, each spot boasts its own list of attractions. Plan a holiday by the beach, enjoy the numerous lakes, waterways, and rivers, and discover mining and historic gold mining towns.
Along the coastline of the Gippsland region, there is an endless supply of activities such as surfing, swimming, fishing, and every kind of water sport imaginable. There are cruises and charters or perhaps you might like to charter your own houseboat or luxury yacht for your trip away, visit the Gippsland Lakes, and always make sure you take time to stop over at Ninety Mile Beach. There are five major rivers that are fringed by Ninety Mile Beach where there is much to see and do along with every coastal town and city providing waterfront dining, shopping, galleries and so much more to take in. Stroll along the rivers, walk around the lakes, go wildlife spotting for the day, or book a fun-filled day of kayaking or canoeing up one of the rivers.
Set out on bush walking trails through Wilsons Promontory, sample some of the delectable delights like wines, cheeses, fruits, and vegetables, visit berry farms and walk through vineyards or perhaps take time out to soak up the history and heritage that is ever present in every location throughout the Gippsland area. There is snow skiing on the fields of Mount Baw Baw in winter, working farms, events, and festivals to base your holiday around, and attractions like its ample dining from family dining to fine dining where you can sample different things such as alpaca, seafood feasts, local delights and wines along with the accommodation, nature, wildlife, arts and culture you will be in for a holiday unlike any other. Tour around Phillip Island, known as the Galapagos Islands of Australia, with its penguins, seals, sea lions, and many different species of wildlife, watch the Grand Prix Race, dine at exquisite restaurants, and stay in luxury accommodation.
Enjoy Tarra-Bulga National Park with its cool temperatures and stunning rainforests, and take a trip to Buchan Caves which were created over 400 million years ago. With miles and miles of beaches, coastal parklands, foreshore boardwalks, picnic grounds, and an untamed wilderness that will capture your heart, there is no end to the list of attractions that the Gippsland boasts. Spend your day shopping, sightseeing, soaking up the coastal atmosphere, and taking to the ocean waters for some deep-sea fishing it doesn’t matter if you are someone who likes to take things slow or have the pace sped up a little, you will plenty to keep you entertained here. There is four-wheel driving, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, camping, hiking, and some of the most breathtaking scenery you will ever see by land or by sea.
Take the time to discover for yourself the many attractions that draw so many people here each year and fall in love with one of the truly untouched regions in the country. The Gippsland area is a place of tranquillity, and peacefulness, somewhere to relax and unwind, and boasts all kinds of activities and attractions for all ages!