Taking in stunning alpine forests in the high country, shimmering waters of the internationally significant Gippsland Lakes, wetlands and the endless Ninety Mile Beach, the Wellington region offers some of Victoria’s most diverse landscapes.
|TARRA BULGA NATIONAL PARK
With its lush, moist gullies, giant mountain ash trees and beautiful tree ferns, Tarra Bulga National Park is one of only four major areas of cool temperate rainforest in the state.
|WETLANDS AND BIRD LIFE
The internationally listed Sale Common wetlands include freshwater marshes and red gum woodlands with an enormous variety of bird life that you can see from the boardwalk.
Begin your boating journey in Sale and go on to explore the vast Gippsland Lakes and beyond. The Port of Sale provides access to the entire lakes region, eventually connecting to the ocean at Lakes Entrance.
Experience the original gateway to Gippsland at historic Port Albert – Victoria’s first established port. Visit the Port Albert Maritime Museum, follow the Old Port Walking Trail, or enjoy scenic boat tours, fishing trips and bird watching.