Gippsland begins just an hour and a half drive from Melbourne and offers unspoilt white sandy beaches, lush rolling hills and mountains, spectacular national parks and plenty of fresh regional produce.
The spectacular never before captured footage of the region features lush greenery and rainforest at Tarra Bulga National Park, pristine sand along Ninety Mile Beach, and fishing and water sports at Gippsland Lakes. The diverse and breathtaking landscapes at Croajingolong National Park, a hidden Victorian gem, are also something to behold with 100 kilometres of coast and hinterland make it perfect for hiking, walking, snorkelling, sea kayaking or mountain biking.
Grippsland is certainly an awe-inspiring destination that is well worth the drive.
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