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Gippsland

Gippsland is located in South Eastern Australia

Gippsland is a region of  the State of Victoria in Australia. Gippsland runs from east of Melbourne all the way to the New South Wales border. Gippsland is home to beaches, farmland, mountains, forests and lakes.

Gippsland is waiting for you!

Gippsland is Victoria’s least populated region. Known internationally for the Fairy Penguins at Phillip Island and skiing at Mount Hotham. You will find amazing unpopulated areas on the 90 Mile Beach, Colonial era shops and buildings at Walhalla,  a UNESCO biosphere reserve at Wilsons Promontory and the largest inland waterway in Australia at The Gippsland Lakes

The small towns of Gippsland

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Gippsland is characterised by its small towns. The small towns and the people are the lifeblood of Gippsland. From the local football clubs and pubs to community events like food and wine festivals and parades. The small towns of Gippsland have a great sense of commmunity and are proud of their place in Gippsland.

Gippsland is becoming known for its award-winning wines and growing craft beer sector. Gippsland produce is served up daily around Australia in salad bags, cheeses and yoghurts. Call into a local cellar door, pull up at a roadside vendor selling their produce or sit down in a cafe and explore the local coffee scene

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5 of the best Gippsland Golf Courses

Golf is a sport close to my heart here at Travels in Gippsland. I spent a large part of my youth, late 30's and early 40's swing the big stick at a little white ball on the Gold Courses of Gippland Australia. To say I was spoiled for choice was an understatement. You...

A family-friendly guide to Gippsland Destinations

Gippsland is the largest region in the state of Victoria Australia and for some, it is the most unknown part of the state. The Gippsland region is also the least populated area of the state and is an amazing region for families to visit with outdoor activities the...

Bush swimming at Briagolong

One of the great things about living in Gippsland is that you can go swimming anywhere from the mountains to the sea. Being such a big area as Gippsland is, most parts will have their own little swimming holes that are popular with locals and others who have...

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