Visit East Gippsland
From the unique eco-systems found in Australia’s Coastal Wilderness, to the spectacular majesty of rugged mountains threaded through by the Great Alpine Road and the vast array of waterways that make up the Gippsland Lakes, East Gippsland’s regions offer enough variety to meet your every desire.
Discover the adventure, legend and romance of the Snowy River Country along the river’s edge or in the rugged high country around McKillops Bridge, visit the honeycomb labyrinth of the Buchan Caves or enjoy hospitality along the Great Alpine Road.
Take a boat across one of the three Gippsland Lakes – Lake King, Lake Victoria and Lake Wellington – or stretch your toes in the golden sand of Ninety Mile Beach, a stretch of long sandy dunes that separates the lakes from Bass Strait between Port Albert and Lakes Entrance.
Whether you want indulgence, heritage, outdoor activities, nature, touring, arts and culture or dining, East Gippsland has it all.
The Accessible Gippsland - Inspiring Gippsland Experiences e-brochure contains information on accessible services, accommodation, dining, attractions and experiences as well as accessible walks, tracks, trails and beaches.
For information and ideas about activities and tours, contact East Gippsland’s Visitor Information Centres on Freecall: 1800 637 060 or see the Visit East Gippsland website for information on where to stay, things to do, event and more.
If you are a tourism business and would like to display East Gippsland tourist brochures in your business, see the Visitor Information Centre Brochure Request Form.