Wilsons Promontory National Park, Gippsland, Victoria © Visit Victoria
Guide to Gippsland
Brimming with incredible nature and culinary experiences, Gippsland guarantees the perfect indulgent escape.
Stretching 542 kilometres (337 miles) from Melbourne to the New South Wales border, Gippsland covers the entire south-east corner of the continent. If you’re seeking unforgettable wilderness adventures and wildlife encounters, Wilson’s Promontory and Tarra Bulga National Parks deliver in spades. Cruise along the glistening blue waterways of Gippsland Lakes, bike ride through quaint towns, explore ancient caves and take a scenic drive through picturesque landscapes spanning country to coast, indulging in gourmet treats and beautiful wine along the way.