Maps & Brochures
Please feel free to download and print any of our free brochures, maps and guides to assist in making your visit to Wellington more enjoyable
The Discover the Townships of Wellington Shire provides a fun map of the Shire with an overview of each of the townships that make up our great community.
The brochure features over 200 cartoon drawings of fun activities that can be enjoyed in Wellington as well as providing a detailed road map.
Unwind in the foothills... Briagolong is a charming historic town with a warm welcome and lots to see and do.
Nestled at the base of the Great Divide, Briagolong offers small town charm with diverse attractions including a guided walk of historic sites and buildings in the town with signs indicating buildings of interest such as the 1874 Mechanics Institute, the 1880 Briagolong Hotel and 1873 Primary School.
Briagolong provides easy access to the Gippsland High Country, Freestone Creek Gorge and the Blue Pool.
Located in the Strzelecki Ranges, one of only four major areas of cool temperate rainforest in the state. The park features lush, moist gullies, giant Mountain Ash trees and beautiful tree ferns. Tarra-Bulga allows you to escape the heat and explore the cool forest in summer months and looks its best in winter, with leaves glistening and creeks flowing through the gullies. Some visitors are even lucky enough to see the park transformed by a spectacular white blanket of snow.
Discover Dargo is a brochure including information on what to see and do in the Dargo area. A list of local attractions together with contact details of local tourism and hospitality business's is included.
The brochure includes a map on how to get to Dargo.
Golden/Paradise Beach situated within the Lakes Coastal Park is the ideal place for relaxation and tranquillity. Walking the golden sands of the 90 mile beach you can enjoy an abundance of shells, cuttlefish, unique soft coral and sponges while watching sea birds swooping the waves.
Discover Gormandale is a brochure including information on what to see and do in the Gormandale area, gateway and nearest town to the Tarra-Bulga National Park. A list of local attractions together with contact details of local tourism and hospitality business's is included.
The Discover Heyfield brochure provides details on the gateway town to the Gippsland High Country and Alpine National Park. Heyfield is home to the biggest sawmill in the Southern Hemisphere.
Brochure includes attractions and things to see and do in the area.
Licola is a small and attractive village beside the Macalister River, formerly a timber town from where early cattlemen drove their herds to the nearby high plains and mountains for Summer. Today, the Lions Clubs of Victoria own a large section of land in Licola and operate a wilderness village and youth camp on site, which is immediately surrounded by farm land. The town still generates its own power, pumps and treats its own water and is responsible for waste management.
The Discover Loch Sport brochure provides details on the township of Loch Sport, nestled between Lake Victoria and the 90 Mile Beach and surrounded by National Park.
Brochure includes attractions and things to see and do in the area and a map on how to get to Loch Sport.
Maffra today is the hub of the rich Macalister dairying, agricultural, pastoral and irrigation district. While home to one of the most modern milk processing plants in Australia, Maffra still retains its main street charm and throughout the town a visual attractiveness reminiscent of earlier times. Maffra has a proud sporting tradition with a wide range of excellent facilities catering for many popular pursuits.
Things to do include a Gem and Mineral display at old court house, Sugar Beet Museum, Macalister River Park, Macalister Swamp reserve, Gippsland Vehicle Collection, Cycling, 4WD and bushwalking.
The Discover Port Albert brochure provides visitor information about Gippsland's first Port and gateway to the Gippsland Goldfields. Steeped in maritime history, Port Albert is a great destination for a daytrip or weekend. Brochure lists accommodation and things to see and do in the town.
Discover Seaspray, a small coastal town situated towards the southern end of the pristine Ninety Mile Beach, 32 kilometres south of Sale.
The town's caravan park stretches along the entire length of Foreshore Road, nestled beside sand dunes with grassy sites lined by Norfolk Pine trees. The Ninety Mile Beach offers what appears to be a never ending stretch of blue ocean and vast white sands. Seaspray is known for its great fishing and swimming beach.
Discover Stratford is a brochure including information on what to see and do in the quaint village of Stratford. A list of local attractions together with contact details of local tourism and hospitality business's is included. Stratford is the host of the annual Shakespeare on the River festival.
Discover Yarram is a brochure including information on what to see and do in the Tarra district, surrounding Yarram. Brochure includes information about Yarram town, its history and several suggested drives usings Yarram as a base. A list of local attractions together with contact details of local tourism and hospitality business's is included.
The Port of Sale - 2.5 hours from Melbourne - the western entrance to the Gippsland Lakes is the gateway to over 400 square kilometres of Victoria’s largest inland waterway, the Gippsland Lakes. Launching your vessel at the Port of Sale, boat operators can navigate down the Thomson and Latrobe Rivers, passing under Sale’s historic Swing Bridge and on into Lake Wellington, the largest of the Gippsland Lakes.
Major features of the parklands include the many remaining historic trees planted in the late 1800’s as well as remnant indigenous Redgums some dating back 300 years. There are over four kilometres of trails to enjoy incorporating an Indigenous Art Trail around Lake Guyatt. As well as the abundance of birdlife visiting the parklands there is a contemporary fauna enclosure set into a landscaped natural environment with excellent viewing opportunities.
Combined with the Sensory Gardens, the Lake Guthridge Parkland precinct provides a delightful setting for enjoying a leisurely few hours.
Covered by Red Gum woodland and grasslands, the Sale Common State Game Refuge covers approximately 300 hectares. Over 70 percent of the refuge consists of freshwater marsh and visitors will enjoy discovering a host of native birdlife who make the area their home.
This heritage trail offers a kaleidoscope of riverine and wetlands scenery in addition to heritage places, all marked with interpretive plaques. The trail begins at the Wellington Visitor Information Centre and extends as far south as the celebrated Swing Bridge at the junction of the Thomson and Latrobe rivers. The return journey, if you so choose, takes in Sale’s beautiful lakes – Guyatt and Guthridge, as well as the historic Powder Magazine.
The Discover the Historic Swing Bridge brochure details the history of the National Trust Classified Swing Bridge located at the junction of the Thomson and Latrobe Rivers downstream from Sale. The Bridge has recently been restored and opens for visitors on weekends. For details regarding opening hours contact the Wellington Visitor Information Centre - Sale on 1800 677 520. A short Youtube film is also located on this website showing the operation of the bridge.
The bridge is accessible for viewing 7 days.
Wellington is a vibrant, inclusive and creative community that promotes, values and celebrates its culture and heritage. This is your guide to Arts, Culture and Heritage throughout Wellington Shire.
Gippsland’s heritage is showcased in museums, collections and archives across the Wellington Shire, from the maritime treasures at Port Albert to the high country gold tales at Dargo.
Our military, motoring, agricultural, social and domestic heritage is collected, interpreted and exhibited by the many groups who are custodians of these important collections. The Wellington Shire Heritage Network was established in 2009 to represent the interests of Heritage Groups within Wellington Shire.
The Yarram Historic Trails brochure is a partnership brochure produced with the Yarram Historical Society. The brochure describes many of the historic buildings located in Commercial Rd Yarram.
Download your copy of the Historic Yarram Trails brochure to prepare for your visit to the Yarram region of Wellington.
The Boisdale Pastoral Run was taken up for Lachlan Macalister in 1842 by Angus McMillan, who settled at Bushy Park. It transferred to the Foster family in 1850. This run consisted of approximately 10,000 acres and was utilized as grazing land.
Ideal for travellers, families, school groups, birdwatchers, history buffs, boat lovers and those who simply enjoy relaxing on the water. Cruises depart twice daily for 1.5 hours, with pick up and set down at the Port of Sale. Parking is available. Drinks and light refreshments can be purchased on board.
Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of historic cars, motors, engines and other memorabillia. The range of items on display in our museums will not only bring back memories but fascinate the whole family.
Discover Walking includes ten suggested walking trails within the townships of Wellington. Produced as a partnership with PCP the brochure includes easy short walks. Print a copy to take with you walking in Wellington.
Discover Golfing around Wellington Shire is a popular brochure outlining 5 of our best Golf Courses.
Courses included are Sale, Maffra, Yarram, Newry & Heyfield. Brochure gives course details and contact numbers.
Great Rides in Wellington is a popular brochure outlining suggested rides within our region.
Rides include circuits near Sale, 90 Mile Beach routes, Yarram & Port Albert and even a trip to Dargo in Wellingtons High Country.
Discover Caravanning in the Wellington Shire is produced for caravanners and motorhomers visiting our area.
The brochure is a simple list of all registered caravan parks, addresses and phone numbers.
The brochure includes a checklist relating to "dogs ok" for each park and also includes a list of things to do whilst in Wellington.
Discover Wellington by 4 Wheel Drive includes six suggested 4x4 trips within Wellington, including Wonnangatta Station, Billy Goat Bluff to Dargo from Licola, The Pinnacles, Avon Wilderness, Grant Historic Area as well as other popular high country destinations.
Print a copy for your next 4x4 adventure to Wellington.
MAPS & GUIDES
Be aware that track conditions can change dramatically with time and weather conditions and are not suited to all 4WD vehicles and some tracks are subject to seasonal closure.
FREE & low cost camping in Central Gippsland is a brochure listing campsites that are suitable for RV camping. Campsites are located along our coastline, in our high country, on major highways and towns. Some sites have 24 or 36 hour limits. Print your own brochure of FREE and low cost camping in the Wellington & Central Gippsland areas suitable for self contained travellers.
Be Inspired by Gippsland’s diverse range of accessible visitor experiences and accommodation options.
Be Inspired by Gippsland’s diverse range of accessible visitor experiences and accommodation options.
Easy Access Accommodation Around Wellington Shire is a brochure introducing some examples of easy access available throughout Wellington Shire. The information presented in this brochure is to be used as a guide only.
Discover what to see and do in the Wellington region with this useful map.
Local Street Maps
To download town maps created by the shire click on the link below. You will be taken to the Wellington Shire website.
Mobility Town Maps
VicRoads Country Street Directory Maps - Edition 5.2
These resized '250K' road maps below have been provided by VicRoads.
Reference - VicRoads GIS Dataset © VicRoads 2002