The 90-mile beach is a long stretch of pristine golden sand that separates the Gippsland Lakes from Bass Strait.
West of Delray Beach and located in the Gippsland Lakes National Park lies the wreck of the Trinculo.
Covering 2,750 hectares and five kilometres of coastline, this park is located 30 kilometres south of Sale adjacent to the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park.
Camping, 4x4, fishing, bushwalking, deer hunting, canoeing, trail bike riding are popular activities conducted within the Park.
A well sign-posted trail, the Bataluk Cultural Trail enables visitors to share in the Dreamtime culture of the East Gippsland Koori people.
A delightful walk in this historic town with a rich pastoral and goldfields heritage.
The Duff Sawmill Heritage Trail takes the visitor on a scenic discovery tour of the Strzelecki Ranges' settlement.
Only a short drive from Briagolong on the Freestone Creek Road is the lovely creek side picnic area with safe swimming for children.
Geocaching enthusiasts are well catered for in Wellington with over 100 sites listed.
This unique and picturesque park consists of lakes, wetlands, marine and terrestrial environments.
The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail is a 67km recreational trail well suited for cycling and walking that joins Stratford to Traralgon
Nestled in a magical pocket of Gippsland, the spectacular Grand Strzelecki Track is poised to become one of Victoria's premier hiking destinations.
Grant is a great place to fossick for gold, off road driving or just taking in the beautiful scenery and fresh mountain air and visualise the past.
Take a picturesque walk around the Heyfield Wetlands, located adjacent to the Heyfield Wetlands Information Centre.
Visit the Minnie Ha Ha Falls and the attractive hill country that Hiawatha provides - a perfect spot for Summer swimming.
The Mountain Cattlemen of the Gippsland High Country built a series of huts strategically located through the High Country.
The Alberton Cemetery is one of the oldest in the State of Victoria.
Holey Plains State Park covers an area of 10,460 hectares of mostly Banksia-Eucalypt open-forest and woodlands.
Featuring extensive coastal lagoons, salt marshes and native grasslands, Jack Smith Lake provides valuable feeding and nesting habitat for a range of waterbirds.
At the crest of the hill a lookout platform has been constructed enabling views down upon the local farmlands, the foothills and the Avon River.
Under the broad expanse of water lies the remains of the original township of Glenmaggie and the farms which occupied the shallow valley.
The Lake Glenmaggie Weir Wall is a pleasant picnic location with bbq's and many picnic spots located in a park area adjacent to the concrete weir wall spillway.
Lake Guthridge Parklands offers the visitor over 35 hectares of botanic gardens, walking trails, indigenous artworks and a contemporary fauna park
The Lakes National Park is a peaceful bushland retreat in the Gippsland Lakes, fringed by the waters of Lake Victoria and Lake Reeve.
A fun family park with modern interactive playspace located on the banks of the Macalister river, in the heart of Maffra.
Originally used for grazing, the Maffra Wetlands is now a haven for threatened bird species.
The park consists of shallow marine waters, isolated granite islands, intertidal mudflats and a complex of over 40 sand barrier islands.
The Port of Sale is located at the northern end of the man-made canal.
The River Heritage & Wetlands Trail offers a short walk from the Port of Sale along the historic Sale Canal to the Sale Common Wetlands.
The Rosedale Historic Walk is a stroll around town visiting 10 historic sites located along a 1.8km town loop.