Gippsland is a region of great diversity and immense beauty, from the majesty of the Baw Baw Plateau, Great Dividing Range and the Victorian High Country, to the lush valleys and farming areas to the splendour of itís beaches, lakes and coastal resorts.
The south coast showcases such treasures as the pristine Wilsonís Promontory National Park and Ninety Mile Beach, which leads the way to the Gippsland Lakes System.
Tucked away in the picturesque hills is evidence of Gippslandís history as a rich gold mining centre. The historic township of Walhalla with its original buildings and mine tours it provides a first hand experience of the life of the pioneers of the area.
Gippsland Gourmet Country is an opportunity to enjoy some of the regions best produce and arts while enjoying a relaxing break taking in some of the areas breathtaking rural scenes.
Travelling to Gippsland is made easy via either the Princes Freeway or the South Gippsland Highway. A network of linking roads allow easy access to both city centres and rural townships, each one with itís own unique experience including, power generation, arts and crafts, antiques, food and wine.
Gippsland enjoys the changing of the seasons. Summerís balmy weather is perfect to enjoy the beaches and the many lakes. Winter sees the Alpine resorts and High Country come to life with visitors there to take in the breathtaking sights while enjoying their winter activities. The crisp mornings and blue skies that are often experienced during autumn and spring days, provide the perfect backdrop to exploring the many attractions and activities on offer.