Win the ultimate Gippsland getaway!

Destination Gippsland

Tell us why you would like to visit Gippsland on your holidays and stand a chance to win the Ultimate Gippsland Getaway.

The Ultimate Gippsland Getaway prize includes:

  • 3 hour offshore fishing adventure with Mako Fishing Charters
  • Joy flight over the Gippsland Lakes with Gippsland Helicopters
  • Two nights @ The Esplanade Resort and Spa in Lakes Entrance
  • Return airfares for two adults, plus car hire
  • Competition open until March 31st, 2015

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Inspired by Gippsland.

Stretching from Melbourne’s eastern fringe to the New South Wales border, the Gippsland region boasts some of the most stunning national parks in the state. Some of the most spectacular include Wilsons Promontory at the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland, Victoria’s largest coastal wilderness area Croajingolong National Park – a World Biosphere Reserve of more than 100km – and the Gippsland Lakes, Australia’s biggest and most beautiful expanse of inland waterways.

Popular Gippsland Locations


Lakes Entrance

Boasting Australia's largest inland network of waterways, Lakes Entrance has long been a popular Gippsland holiday spot.  Beloved for its swimming beaches, waterfront cafes and fleet of colourful fishing boats, many of which sell the day’s catch from the jetties. There is no better way to explore the area than from the water, here you can enjoy a boat cruise on the Lakes or hire a paddleboat or catamaran in the summer months. Find out more about Lakes Entrance.


Central Gippsland

From the high country to the ninety mile beach there is plenty to see and do in Central Gippsland. Includ­ing the Gipp­s­land Lakes and numer­ous other National Parks, the area has a bounty of wildlife, his­tor­i­cal attrac­tions, unique wilder­ness and fine food and wine. Key destinations include Sale, Maffra, Heyfield, Rosedale, Stratford, Yarram and Port Albert. Find out more about Central Gippsland.



Enjoy the laidback village vibe of this coastal treasure and make the most of stunning surf beaches, quiet swimming spots and abundant boating opportunities.

Set sail on the still waters of Anderson Inlet, a shallow estuary where the Tarwin River enters Bass Strait, and later on check out the many species of waterbirds that come out at low tide. Find out more about Inverloch

Wilsons Promontory

Be awed by Victoria's largest coastal wilderness area in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Affectionately known as 'The Prom', it is one of the state's best loved parks – and with good reason. This 50,000 hectare reserve is threaded with a labyrinth of walking tracks that showcase all manner of magical realms sheltering abundant wildlife. Find out more about Wilsons Promontory National Park


Start your journey at these amazing Gippsland holiday parks