Few places offer so many options for the visitor as the Central Gippsland region. Whether you enjoy arts and crafts, food and wine, history and heritage, 4x4 driving, bush walking, sky diving, or you just want to relax it is all here.
Grand Ridge Road / Tarra Bulga National Park
One of the great tourist drives of Victoria. For 132 km it snakes along the ridge of the Strzelecki Ranges with spectacular views. Visit the famous Tarra Bulga National Park, one of the few examples of cool temperate rainforest in Victoria.
Walhalla & Mountain Rivers
Hidden in a deep steep sided valley, Walhalla was one of the richest towns in Australia after gold was discovered there in 1863.
Gippsland Heritage Park
An authentic Australian township representing the history of Gippsland pioneers.
Walhalla Goldfields Railway
Travel Victoria’s most spectacular railway, winding through tall trees and across narrow gorges.
The Latrobe Valley is the heart of the state’s electricity supply. Powerworks offers interactive displays and tours.
Morwell Centenary Rose Garden
Stroll through four landscaped acres in this acclaimed community rose garden — a true joy to the senses.
Famed as “browsers delight” Yarragon offers much to the visitor — regional food and wine, arts & crafts, antiques, galleries, cafés and more.
Latrobe Regional Art Gallery
The gallery is sporting vibrant banners to herald their new 7 days per week operation. Opening hours are 10-5 Monday-Friday, and 11-4 on the weekend.