Rich and diverse with striking natural beauty, Gippsland is blessed with some of the most unique and diverse natural landscapes in the world. Travel to Victoria's beloved Wilsons Promontory to discover a magnificent work of nature with secluded beaches and coastal forests set against the backdrop of the park's granite mountains. Walk along the endless expanse of Ninety Mile Beach, one of the most flawless stretches of coastline in the world.
Further along the coast, take in the magnificent Gippsland Lakes, the largest and most beautiful network of inland waterways in Australia. Explore the renowned Croajingolong National Park and discover sandy beaches, rocky coastal headlands, lush rainforests and local wildlife.
In Central Gippsland, you'll find some of Victoria's most attractive countryside, from glorious rolling green hillsides, to the dramatic granite peaks of Mt Baw Baw and magnificent temperate rainforests at Tarra Bulga National Park.
Visit Walhalla, the sleepy mountainside town frozen in time. Walk through the lovingly restored centre full of heritage buildings, try your hand at gold panning, or take a 'sneak peak' at the Australian Alps walking track and embark upon the Great Walhalla Alpine Trail.
To plan you Gippsland holiday, visit www.visitvictoria.com/gippsland
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