A land of unmatched beauty

Gippsland is a region packed full of diversity offering unspoilt beaches, patchwork perfect hills and vibrant villages and vistas.

You’ll find the Latrobe Valley extending east from Melbourne’s fringes, to the coast in the south and all the way into the high country. This unmatched blend of natural beauty makes it such a special place to visit.


One minute you’re exploring expansive coastal landscapes, and the next you’re making your way through glorious mountains, alpine forests or enjoying the life aquatic at the gorgeous Gippsland Lakes.

Central Gippsland and Latrobe City are just two parts of the region that are perfect for a getaway. You’ll have all the facilities of city life, combined with 90 miles of unspoiled beaches, rainforests, sea, snow and an abundance of lakes and rivers to discover.

Tour through East Gippsland on the Rail Trail

Celebrate the diversity of the area, with this trail that navigates through bucolic countryside, lost in time forests, vast floodplains, the Gippsland Lakes and spits you out at the momentous Snowy River.

Gippsland's All Kinds of Wonder: Little Wonders

No matter what time of year, there’s a place just beyond your backyard, full of little wonders. The sights and wonders right across Gippsland are ready and waiting to be discovered, by you.

A food lovers paradise

The Latrobe Valley is fast gaining repute as one of Victoria’s most prominent food and drink regions, with an ever-growing collection of local producers showcasing their wares.

Our local growers, producers and makers offer a great selection of roadside markets and stalls where they’ll welcome you with fantastic fresh produce.

They also supply to the many restaurants and pubs in the area, so you’re in for plenty of local delights no matter where you dine.

Food festivals are also increasingly popular in the area, and people often flock to enjoy the tastes of the Latrobe Valley. So why not call in for a visit? There’s plenty of accommodation options for all travelling tastes; from camping to 4 ½ star hotels there’s something for everyone in the Latrobe Valley.