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Introduction:   Gippsland destinations:
The Gippsland region stretches from just east of Melbourne all the way to the state border with New South Wales in Victoria's far east, covering hundreds of kilometres of coastline and a rich collection of state and national parks.

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.

West Gippsland is characterised by lush, rolling hills and major dairy and farming industries. The Gourmet Deli Trail is a popular tourist route, encompassing a large collection of farms, vineyards and outlets selling local produce and smallgoods.

The Latrobe Valley, covering the area from Moe to Traralgon, is home to the state's massive coal mining and power generation industry. North of the Latrobe Valley are the spectacular mountains of the Great Dividing Range including the popular Alpine and ski resort of Mount Baw Baw.

In East Gippsland, visitors will find rugged forest terrain, unspoilt beaches, and abundant wildlife. The Gippsland Lakes, which extend from Sale to Lakes Entrance, is the largest inland waterway system in Australia, and with over a million hectares of public owned parks in the area, it is the ideal location for bushwalking and water sports. Sandy beaches, fresh seafood and waterway cruises are just a sample of the attractions on offer.

Special feature
See photos of Wilsons Promontory National Park, covering landscapes and other natural attractions in the area.

See photos of Croajingolong National Park, including Point Hicks and Gabo Island.

Large city, Gippsland Lakes, Cathedral, game reserve
Historic buildings, East Gippsland Rail Trail
Cabbage Tree Creek
Tranquil community, Mt Raymond, forest walks, waterfalls
Gourmet Deli Trail, gardens
Wilsons Promontory gateway, gallery, museum, dairy centre
Beaches, scenic coastal drives, jazz festival
Coal Creek Heritage Village, cattle industry
Lakes Entrance
Popular coastal resort, 90 Mile Beach, fishing industry
Dairy industry, tourist railway
Remote fishing village, beaches, forests
Sea-side community, Snowy River, Cape Conran
Fishing and boating village, beaches, Gippsland Lakes
Mirboo North
Strzelecki Ranges, brewery, Grand Ridge scenic road
Rose gardens, Power Works, lakes
Remote town, Alpine National Park, gold mining history
Snowy River, timber industry
Gippsland Lakes, Raymond Island, boating, beaches
Port Albert
Historic sea port, Maritime Museum, boating
Art gallery, game refuge, Port of Sale, lakes
Sandy Point
Scenic coastal community, beaches, Wilsons Promontory
Tarwin Lower
Tarwin River, Long Table
Large city, gardens, historic buildings
Venus Bay
Holiday coastal community, surf beaches, Cape Liptrap Coastal Park
Small beach and fishing town, lime kilns, Cape Liptrap Coastal Park, lighthouse
Waratah Bay
Quiet and secluded beach community, Cape Liptrap Coastal Park
Dairy capital, Farm World, arts centre, Gourmet Deli Trail
Coal mining history, historic buildings, Cape Paterson
At entrance to Wilsons Promontory, beaches, dairying industry
Tourist village, Strzelecki Ranges
Historic buildings, Tarra Bulga National Park
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18.10 | 05:14

So sorry that I did not get back to you, I dont have any pictures but there are some at the Yarragon station

28.11 | 10:46

Wishing you all a wonderful Christmas and a prosperous New Year

28.06 | 06:16

I never heard from you again, but I am wondering if you have any old pictures from the Yarragon Dairy from years gone by. would be great if you could share some

22.03 | 01:07

Sounds good, let us know when you like to come round and look around. Regards Andy and Bente

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