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A work by internationally recognised textile artist Annemieke Mein is on permanent display in the foyer of the Port of Sale Business Centre.
Aqua Energy at the Lex Glover Regional Aquatics Complex has undergone a $7 million upgrade.
A well sign-posted trail, the Bataluk Cultural Trail enables visitors to share in the Dreamtime culture of the East Gippsland Koori people.
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 winner of several awards for its architecture - an amazing building to visit!
Throughout the Wellington Shire you will find many free or minimal cost camp spots that are great to visit.
The Gippsland Armed Forces Museum is a non profit organisation and has achieved Level 1 Accreditation with Museums Australia.
This impressive sporting facility caters for a variety of sports, such as netball, basketball, table tennis, volleyball, floorball, indoor soccer, tennis and more.
One of Victorias oldest Agricultural Shows, the Sale Show (Gippsland Show - Sale) is a major event on the local calendar.
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.
Lake Guthridge Parklands offers the visitor over 35 hectares of botanic gardens, walking trails, indigenous artworks and a contemporary fauna park
With panoramic views of the racecourse the Laurels is the ideal location for your function.
A sandy beach, boat launching ramps, jetties and picnic facilities are provided at Marlay Point.
Nambrok Antiques was established in 1980 and has the best range of antiques on display in the area.
Patrobas is the only Gippsland racehorse to have won a Melbourne Cup.
The Port of Sale is located at the northern end of the man-made canal.
The RAAF Base East Sale is home of the aerobatic flying team the "RAAF Roulettes" who have thrilled with their precision flying formation.
Ramahyuck District Aboriginal Corporation delivers a range of health and community development services.
Sale's main street has over 180 shops including all major banks, many alfresco dining cafes and food outlets as well as convenience stores.
The River Heritage & Wetlands Trail offers a short walk from the Port of Sale along the historic Sale Canal to the Sale Common Wetlands.
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The Sale Common State Game Refuge is located on the South Gippsland Highway, just south of the city of Sale.
The Sale Golf Club boasts mountain views, undulating fairways and quick greens.
The Sale & District Greyhound Racing Club host greyhound racing meetings every Sunday evening at their course located on the Maffra Rd Sale.
A leisurely stroll or drive around some of Sale's significant historic buildings is a pleasant way to spend a few hours.
An impressive collection of early Sale artifacts and photographs showcase Sale's historical past.
Colonial Governments in Victoria built Powder Magazines to provide safe conditions for the storage of explosive powder which was used by the gold mining industry.