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Phillip Island & Gippsland Accommodation

Sale, Phillip Island & Gippsland

ibis Styles Sale


 

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Lakes Entrance, Phillip Island & Gippsland

NRMA Eastern Beach Holiday Park


From $142 pn  

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Phillip Island, Phillip Island & Gippsland

Ramada Resort by Wyndham Phillip Island


From $162 pn  

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Bairnsdale, Phillip Island & Gippsland

Bairnsdale Riverside Holiday Park


 

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The Gippsland region stretches from just east of Melbourne all the way to the state border with New South Wales in Victoria's far east. This extensive and diverse geographical area is renowned for its natural beauty. Visitors will enjoy hundreds of kilometres of spectacular coastline, picturesque rivers and lakes, forests and snowfields. The Gippsland Lakes, which extend from Sale to Lakes Entrance, is the largest inland waterway system in Australia, and with over a million hectares of public owned parks in the area, it is the ideal location for bushwalking and water activities. Sandy beaches, fresh seafood and waterway cruises are just a sample of the attractions on offer.

Phillip Island is Melbourne's holiday and recreational playground, located in Western Port Bay and 90 minutes by road from the city centre. The island's gateway is at the fishing village of San Remo where a bridge links Phillip Island to the mainland. Visitors come to Phillip Island for its swimming and surf beaches, unique wildlife and the famous penguins which make their epic journey along the beach at sunset. The western tip of the island, known as The Nobbies, consists of rocky islands just off the coast which can be viewed from the surrounding boardwalks, and the famous Seal Rocks which is home to the largest colony of fur seals in Australia. The Nobbies Centre includes marine displays, a gift shop and dining facilities.