National parks, protected forest, wide open plains, and miles of beautiful coastline is why Gippsland is considered a paradise for outdoorsman and nature lovers alike.
In East Gippsland, the Gippsland Lakes, Australia's largest inland waterways, and the Ninety Mile Beach offer travelers much to explore.
The Strzelecki Range and Mount Baw Baw are both in West Gippsland. The Range houses a number of national parks, while Mount Baw Baw offers a one of a kind skiing experience. The gold-mining town of Walhalla is also in West Gippsland, and has a rich and long history that it's eager to share.
Phillip Island is in South Gippsland and is known for its Grand Prix track, Penguin Parade, some of the best surf conditions in the country, and the yearly Pyramid Rock Festival on New Year's Eve.