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South Gippsland

Earlier a mining area providing coal for Melbourne steam trains, southern Gippsland is now a region of vacation beaches, coastal views, the popular tourist attractions of Phillip Island and Wilsons Promontory and the beautiful old growth forest of the Tarra Bulga National Park

Agnes Falls

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Located in the Strzelecki Ranges, a trip to Agnes Falls should be included in any South Gippsland vacation plan. Where the… Read More »Agnes Falls


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Wonthaggi is a coastal town which original developed around coal mining and has since become a vacation spot, being central… Read More »Wonthaggi

Venus Bay

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On the small peninsula separating Anderson’s Inlet from Bass Strait lies Venus Bay.  A very popular tourist destination and vacation… Read More »Venus Bay


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Another popular vacation destination on the South Gippsland coast, Inverloch is a township of around 5,000 people. Located on Anderson’s… Read More »Inverloch

Port Albert

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West of Wilsons Promontory, Port Albert is a coastal fishing town and popular as a fishing or surfing vacation. The township… Read More »Port Albert


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Kilcunda is a small coastal township of around 300 people, which overlooks long stretches of beach and a rugged point… Read More »Kilcunda

Sandy Point

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A choice of beautiful surf beaches and a water sports haven. On the western side of the Yanakie Isthmus to Wilsons Promontory,… Read More »Sandy Point

Sealers Cove

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Returned To Its Pristine Beauty and Isolation. Located on the eastern coast of Wilsons Promontory, directly north of Refuge Cove, Sealers… Read More »Sealers Cove


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The Yanakie Isthmus Yanakie is a small coastal township and region, the last before entering the Wilsons Promontory National Park.… Read More »Yanakie