Gippsland lies in Southern Australia in the state of Victoria

Gippsland stretched from outskirts of Melbourne to the New South Wales Border in the east.

Gippsland is generally broken down into the East Gippsland, South Gippsland, West Gippsland, and the Latrobe Valley

We hope to introduce you to all of Gippsland from the small towns like Maffra to regional centres like Traralgon

Tell you about Wineries, walking tracks, bbq area’s and swimming spots just to name  a few.

Amazing National Parks in Gippsland

Maffra

drone view of Maffra Australia

From above, Drone Video's of Gippsland

Raymond Island, East Gippsland

Explore the towns of Gippsland

Raymond Island, East Gippsland

The best places for a bbq in Gippsland

Distance of the Great Alps Walking Track (KM). The track starts in Walhalla in Gippsland and ends in Australia's Capital Canberra in The Australia Capital Territory

 The Gippsland Lakes, which runs from Sale to Lakes Entrance, is the largest inland waterway system in Australia. The Gippsland Lakes is a major destination for water enthusiasts. Fishing, Water Sports and Boating are popular on the lakes. Towns such as Lakes Entrance, Metung, Loch Sport and Paynesville sit on the shores of the Gippsland Lakes

 Wilsons Promontory National Park in South Gippsland with its dramatic granite peaks, an array of local flora and fauna, forms the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. Bushwalking, fishing and camping are popular activities in the park. Tidal River is the main location for camping and accommodation in Wilsons Promontory National Park. The visitor’s centre at Tidal River has maps and tourist information while the general store has camping and day trip supplies

 

Marley Point on Lake Wellington

Marley Point is one of those family-friendly, laid back, easily accessible spots on the Gippsland Lakes that is well worth a visit. Be it a day trip, camping or just for a swim in Lake Wellington. Marley Point is best known as the location for the Marley...

Phillip Island Koala Conservation Centre

Phillip Island is in far south Gippsland, about as far as Gippsland stretches. Phillip Island would be the most popular of Gippsland tourist attractions. Phillips Islands close proximity to Melbourne allows it to draw bug crowds all year around. The Koala Conservation...

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