West Gippsland Accommodation

Set in a historic 1930s weatherboard home on a quiet residential street of Warragul is Cora’s Cottage. An hour from the ski fields and close to the foodie trail that weaves through the area, Cora’s C...
The Yarragon Motel offers quality budget accommodation on the main street of the picturesque town of Yarragon. A short walk to restaurants and specialty shops, they are close to all amenities includi...
Where lush meets luxury, Janalli Gardens & Accommodation takes you into an enchanting escape of rolling green hills and boutique cottage-style indulgence. Located in Neerim, a short drive from Melbou...
Mt Baw Baw Alpine Resort offers ski in ski out accommodation to suit any budget. It is Melbourne’s closest Alpine resort located 2.5 hours from Melbourne’s CBD and is surrounded by the lush Baw Baw Na...
Gracefield cottage is a fully self contained rural retreat which sleeps up to 5 people. It is situated on a 100 acre working deer farm in the beautiful hills of Neerim South.
Edinburgh Motor Inn in Warragul is the closest motel to the town centre. All rooms are stylishly presented with all the facilities one would expect of a 4 Star Motel, such as queen and king beds, LCD ...
Neerim Country Cottages is a relaxing country retreat for families, reunions and small groups. The cottages are set on 5 acres of park like gardens and is surrounded by beautiful open rural views of N...
The Toorongo River Chalets is nestled in 150 acres of native landscape in Toorongo Valley, an 8-minute drive from Noojee Village. It offers self-contained accommodation with free parking on site.
Offering self-contained accommodation, Ripplebrook Cottages is situated on a 40-acre farm in the beautiful Gippsland region of Victoria. Each traditional cottage here will provide you with a cosy fire...
Situated in the heart of touristic Noojee you will find The Outpost Retreat Cottages. Nestled amongst the trees and overlooking the Latrobe River are four self contained cabins. The cabins are idea...
The Robin Hood Inn in Drouin was one of the stopovers for the Cobb & Co Coach in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. Built by Henry Dickens in 1870 the Robin Hood remains much the same as it was then, a...