Gippsland Attractions

Old Gippstown is Gippsland's Heritage Park. It involves large scale exhibits recreating the history of the Gippsland region. It includes a pioneer street and village and is set in three hectares of pa...
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...
A fisherman's haven, the Gippsland region will leave you spoilt for choice for eastuaries, rivers, beaches and offshore areas in which to cast out a line and reel in a catch. In the south, Venus Bay i...
Along the Grand Ridge Road, Mount Worth State Park protects the remnant of forest once covering the western Strzlecki Ranges. 1040 hectares of wet Mountain Ash forest and native bushland cover the gro...
An easy drive from Melbourne, Mt Baw Baw is home to the Baw Baw snowfields, offering a chance to embrace the south's notoriously frosty winter chill with alpine skiing, snowboarding, cross country ski...
To the wine drinkers, Gippsland is one liquid mass; to the producers, it's divided up into three distinct regions - west, south and east. The driest and warmest of the three is the west around Warragu...
The hills are alive with the sound of music at Darnum Musical Village, situated at the foothills of the majestic Strzlecki Ranges. Represeenting a 19th century Australian village, Darnum Musical Villa...
Because Grand Ridge Brewery is so religious about beer it is affectionately referred to by the locals as the monastery on the mountain. This coveted title sits well with company founder Eric Walters, ...
Walhalla Historic Township has a proud and interesting history, it also has some rather odd and mysterious stories to tell! The best way to uncover the hidden secrets of Walhalla is on a Ghost Tour o...
One of Victoria's finest recreations of bygone days, built on the site of the original mines. Coal Creek is only an hour and a half from Melbourne, and has over 40 buildings in a picturesque setting. ...
mining projects, briquette works and power plants are open for inspection.
Warragul Country Club in Warragul offers patrons a choice of Fairways Bistro and two bars, gaming room, pro shop and of course - great golf.
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.
Only a small part of the once thriving Coal Mine can be toured today. Seven main historical sites can be viewed, starting at the Orientation Centre in the east area. Initially operated to keep the ste...
established during the goldrush days is an interesting old building: wyyung was the aboriginal word for the locality.
One of the more popular boating spots in the region.
Provides a bird sanctuary for hundreds of black swans and other wildfowl.