Gippsland is best known for its primary production and well as its many tourist destinations. Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory, the Gippsland Lakes, Walhalla, the Baw Baw Plateau and the Strzelicki Ranges.
The region covers more than 40,000 square kilometres, from the eastern suburbs of Greater Melbourne to the north of Bass Strait and to the east and southeast of the Great Dividing Range and the Australian Alps (or the Victorian Alps). Towards the north, the Black-Allan Line marks the Victoria and New South Wales Border.
There are numerous historical attractions, road trips and of course, numerous places to explore for those who love hiking, roughing it to family camping options throughout the many national parks, including the Tarra Bulga National Park and the Croajingolong National Park.
Fishing opportunities abound, from inland fishing to fishing charters along the coast. The 500 kilometres of coast offers some amazing beach fishing. The pristine waterways, expansive lakes and rivers offer limitless inland fishing opportunities and you’ll find some of the best fishing charters run day and night from Phillip Island. There’s just so many places to make your adventure happen, you could spend a lifetime in the region.
We’re collating quality adventure style accommodation for fishos, camping grounds, fishing spots and fishing charters so you can make your adventure happen.