Melbourne & Victoria - Gippsland & Wilsons Promontory (Chapter)
This is the Gippsland & Wilsons Promontory chapter from Lonely Planet’s Melbourne & Victoria guidebook.
The Great Ocean Road may get the crowds, but Gippsland hides all the secrets. Gippsland is one region where it pays to avoid the cities – the towns along the Princes Hwy are barely worth a traveller’s glance. Elsewhere are some of the most absorbing, unspoilt and beautiful wilderness areas and beaches in the state. Along the coast there’s Wilsons Promontory National Park, a fabulous destination for hikers and the less energetic alike.
- hike from Tidal River to Sealers Cove at spectacular Wilsons Promontory
- step back in time at Walhalla, an authentic gold-mining village
- camp in the dunes and fish from the beach at legendary Ninety Mile Beach
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: West Gippsland, Walhalla, South Gippsland, Inverloch, Bunurong Marine & Coastal Park, Korumburra, Koonwarra, Fish Creek, Wilsons Promontory National Park, East of the Prom, Port Albert, Lakes District, Sale, Ninety Mile Beach, Seaspray, Loch Sport & Lakes National Park, Paynesville & Raymond Island, Metung, Lakes Entrance, East Gippsland & the Wilderness Coast, Buchan, Snowy River National Park, Errinundra National Park, Orbost, Marlo, Cape Conran Coastal Park, Mallacoota, Croajingolong National Park.
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