Hardly an "attraction" but very necessary for self contained travellers, Wellington has several dump points for you to dispose of your grey water and black water.
Throughout the Wellington Shire you will find many free or minimal cost camp spots that are great to visit.
The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail is a 67km recreational trail well suited for cycling and walking that joins Stratford to Traralgon
The motor museum is located in a historic vegetable de-hydrating factory of 2200 sq metres.
Experience country racing at its greatest at the historic Greenwattle racecourse.
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.
Boisdale Hillclimb is a purpose built gravel surfaced hillclimb of track length 710 metres (short track) in a bush setting.
Featuring excellent greens, gently undulating fairways, this course makes for an easy stroll.
The old Beet Processing plant houses displays and audiovisual presentations that inform visitors of Maffra’s Sugar Beet industry.
Newry is one of the oldest motocross tracks in the country. It’s technical, with up and downhill sections, safe table-top jumps and whoops, and a couple of fast sections where 125s can reach 120kph.
This important collection of mineral specimens, gem stones and fossils is the result of a lifetime of gem collecting by Pino Deriu.
This almost unbelievable 21st century technology must be seen to be believed.