East Gippsland (Lakes & Wilderness) Attractions

A wide sandy beach popular for fishing, surfing and picnicking, Ninety Mile Beach is situated along Victoria's south east coast, the longest stretch of sand in the world. You'll be sure to find your o...
established during the goldrush days is an interesting old building: wyyung was the aboriginal word for the locality.
The Fairy and Royal caves were formed by underground rivers cutting through limestone. The surrounding reserve features a variety of bird and wildlife and an underground stream fed pool.
is remarkable for its richly ornamented walls and ceilings, painted by an Italian artist.
178ha property near Lakes Entrance, the homestead overlooks the Gippsland Lakes and was built in 1892. Semi-formal gardens and lawns featuring exotic and native species attracting native birds. Short ...
offer 80km of waterway leading to the sea through beautiful natural forests.