The Gippsland region extends from just east of Melbourne to the New South Wales border covering a large portion of the Victorian coastline and contains state and national parks.
Gippsland Accommodation.One of the region's top attractions is the Wilsons Promontory National Park, which consists of striking granite peaks and an array of local flora and fauna, forming the southern most tip of mainland Australia.
The Latrobe Valley, from Moe to Traralgon, is home to the state's coal mining industry and several large lakes and the spectacular mountains of the Great Dividing Range.
West Gippsland is characterised by lush, rolling hills and major dairy and farming industries.
In East Gippsland, you will find rugged forest terrain, unspoilt beaches, and abundant wildlife.
The Gippsland Lakes, the section of mainland coastline and islands in Victoria
showcase Australia's fabled native animals. It is the scene of some of
the most remarkable nature on offer.