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.
The Museum provides an excellent opportunity to delve into Gippsland's rich maritime history.
The Alberton Cemetery is one of the oldest in the State of Victoria.
The park consists of shallow marine waters, isolated granite islands, intertidal mudflats and a complex of over 40 sand barrier islands.
The ‘Nooramunga’, a luxury 50 ft catamaran, makes Port Albert its home during November to June each year and provides a variety of cruise options and tours to suit all budgets.
Port Albert is frequently promoted as a fishermen's paradise as the protected inland waters provide fine catches.
Victoria is blessed with many superb National parks, but none so beautiful as that in the Tarra Valley, only fifteen minutes by car from Yarram.
The Tarra Trail is a cycling/community trail from Yarram to Alberton.
The tiny town of Tarraville, located near Port Albert, is notable for its early wooden Church of England - Christ Church.
A ramble along the 5.7 km Old Port Trail from "Seabank" to Port Albert is to take a walk into the past.
The Yarram & District Historical Society has many items of historical interest, an extensive archive of local district history, ephemera and other memorabilia covering the Old Alberton Shire.
Yarram Golf Club has been Voted Australia’s number 1 volunteer run and maintained golf course.
Yarram Skatepark, situated between Station and Lawler Streets, is guaranteed to keep you entertained for hours.