Getting There and Getting Away
There are many ways to travel to and from East Gippsland. For detailed, easy-to-follow driving or walking directions and information, plan your trip using Tourism Victoria’s simple “route planner” mapping feature.
Alternatively, for free advice or accommodation and tour bookings, call a Visitor Information Centre 1800 637 060 or visit Discover East Gippsland.
Travelling by car
Bring your own or hire a car to explore the region. All major car hire companies have outlets in capital cities, airports, and most regional centres.
Travelling by bus or train
You can travel by bus and train around East Gippsland, see local bus timetables at Public Transport Victoria and for trains, visit VLine.
Travelling by air
While no commercial flights operate into East Gippsland, international airports at Melbourne, Sydney and Canberra all are gateways into our region.
In addition to flights with major airlines from national and international locations to capital cities, air travel can be arranged to regional centres within East Gippsland. See the Aerodromes page for more information.
Travelling by coach
Travel by coach is easy and comfortable. To find out how, contact Premier Motor Service on 133 410.
Travelling by boat
East Gippsland is a popular destination for sailors and visitors travelling by boat and the region has about 40 public jetties and moorings, pump-out stations and refuelling centres right on the water.
For information about tides, local navigation, council-owned marinas, jetty berths and boat ramps, and to download boating guides for the region, visit Gippsland Ports or see the Marinas page.
Travelling with a recreational vehicle
East Gippsland has much to offer visitors who are travelling with a caravan or recreational vehicle. For information on waste dumpsites, water supplies and places to stay in your RV, see the RV Information page.