See your footprints in the sand beach Ninety Mile Beach are endless. Or explore the lake Gippsland Lakes, Australia's largest inland waters.
Naik double axle vehicles in the Australian Alps mountains and explore the natural coastal areas in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Explore the history of Aboriginal people who are older than 18,000 years. Then explore the vineyards, restaurants, farms and shops in the market a food and wine tours. Welcome to the Gippsland, coastal wilderness where the high forest, lakes and beaches to connect with history and delicious cuisine Aborigines.
Five memorable experience in Gippsland
1. Explore nature
Explore the white sand beaches, granite cliffs, forests and fern grooves in Wilsons Promontory National Park. Or wear a wet suit and watch the colorful marine life not far from the beach. Do not forget to visit the National Park Corajingolong, in which the white sandy beaches, towering eucalyptus trees, lush rain forests and granite peaks covered by the World Biosphere Reserve. Explore the underground caves at Buchan Caves 400 million years old or follow the white water rafting on the Snowy River National Park. See wildflowers at Mount Baw Baw and ferns and towering ash trees in the Tarra-Bulga National Park. You can picnic near a waterfall Agnes Falls, the highest single-fall waterfalls in Victoria. Or relax inin the lake which is surrounded Gippsland Lakes lowland forests and bushes .
2. Explore the stunning outdoor
Test your stamina in Gippsland, where a variety of walking paths connecting the coast with mountainous Alps region through wilderness and national parks. In the highlands of Gippsland, you can ski or snowboard down Mount St Gwinear and Dinner Plains plains in winter. Or walk among wildflowers in the highlands of Bogong High Plains in the spring. In summer, you can enjoy views of the mountains of the Victorian Alps on the way cross-forest undergrowth, horseback riding and mountain biking. Mitchell Lakes fishing in the lake or river canoeing or kayaking in the Snowy River. Water skiing in Flower Arm, Newlands Arm or North Arm in the Gippsland Lakes lake. Or surf the world class surfing locations in Cape Paterson, Venus Bay and Waratah Bay Bay.
3. Eat, drink and have fun
Satisfy your appetite with delicious food Gippsland, the result of a shady desert Pastures, fertile land of mountains and lakes and oceans clean. Explore farms, vineyards, cheese factories and outlets that sell delicious food in the Gourmet Deli Trail tour along 40 kilometers. Or continue to explore the vineyards in the cool temperate region, including Phillip Island, Wilsons Promontory, Lakes Entrance and Ninety Mile Beach coast. Buy fruits and organic vegetables at farmers markets in Koonwarra, Drouin, Sale, Tyers and Bairnsdale. Pick their own berries at his farm in Warragul or catch their own trout for lunch in the cultivation of trout in Lakes Entrance.
4. Enjoy views of sandy beaches that tempt
Surfing on big waves in the Venus Bay or Sandy Point. Or surf, swim, snorkel and dive in a quiet family friendly beach at Cape Paterson. Overnight in the seaside resort town of Inverloch beautiful, perfect place for boating, watching birds, wind surfing and a walk. Not far from here you will find the dinosaur excavation pit and the Eagles Nest, a stone structure shaped like the top of Australia. Explore the historic lime kilns, ponds and shallow coral sandy bay at Walkerville Beach. From Seaspray and Lakes Entrance you can walk along the beach Ninety Mile Beach - a long stretch of sand that separates the Gippsland Lakes from Bass Strait.
5. Along the Aboriginal heritage tours
Visit the Den of Nargun and learn Dreamtime stories, traditional lifestyles, where the Aborigines and the impact of the arrival of Europeans in cultural tours Batatuk Cultural Trail. These travel along a portion of the route and Monaro tribes hex more than 18,000 years ago. See archeological sites such as scarred trees and piles of oyster shells for more than 10,000 years old and explore the cultural heritage of the tribe hex (Kurnai) in Krowathunkoolong Keeping Place in Bairnsdale.