Buchan Caves Reserve is closed due to an unforeseen weather event. Visitors are advised to take care and please adhere to warnings, road closures and advice provided by emergency services across the shire.

 

East Gippsland acknowledges the Gunaikurnai, Monero and the Bidawel people as the Traditional Custodians of the land that encompasses East Gippsland Shire. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in East Gippsland, their Elders past and present.

Nature splashes endlessly

220km of coastline, 7 major rivers, 3 Lakes, countless opportunities to explore.

From the sandy edges of the Pacific Ocean to the rocky bottom of Alpine streams, The largest naturally occurring silt jetties in the southern hemisphere and a huge variety of marine vessels.

How many water-worthy activities will you tick off your East Gippsland bucket list? Our top picks Fishing the Bemm, Rockpooling at Pearl Point and kayaking the Twin Rivers just to begin. 


 

Bemm River

Bemm River

Bemm River A river with a town sharing the same name. Often referred to as “The Bemm” by locals and fishing enthusiasts. Starting deep in the Errinundra National Park, t...
Cape Conran

Cape Conran

Cape Conran Hear the waves crash and see the stars shine bright amongst the evening moonlight as you rest your head after a perfect day. Cape Conran releases a vibe of i...
Lake King

Lake King

Lake King Boat, vessel, yacht, craft, ship, ski, barge. Anything goes on Lake King. Filling from a series of rivers the lake is a great place for your boating adventure....
Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria Heading south of Paynesville and Raymond Island, Lake Victoria leads you to some very impressive (not so secret) boating hotspots. Ocean Grange and Bunga A...
Mitchell River

Mitchell River

Mitchell River Flowing along spectacular gorges through the Mitchell River National Park, the river proceeds southerly into the floodplains, known as the Mitchell River ...
Mitta Mitta River

Mitta Mitta River

Mitta Mitta River Elevating high in the alpine region, accumulating melted snow and spring rains. The Mitta Mitta is a very clear and inviting river which attracts the a...
Ninety Mile Beach

Ninety Mile Beach

Ninety Mile Beach Salty hair and sandy toes are easy to achieve along this beautiful stretch of beach. In fact this single stretch clocks up 94miles (151 kilometers) of ...
Pearl Point

Pearl Point

Pearl Point Tucked away just out of Bemm River, in the Cape Conran Coastal Park, this is one of the most spectacular beaches that East Gippsland has to offer. White sand...
Quarry Beach

Quarry Beach

Quarry Beach A few clicks south of Mallacoota’s town centre will meet you with this little beauty. Looking just like a quarry, this beach has layers and layers of rock u...
Red Bluff

Red Bluff

Red Bluff Local surfers unite at this little hidden gem which lies just west of Lake Tyers. The most popular surfing break in the area also comes with vistas for miles i...
Snowy River

Snowy River

Snowy River From the Snowy Mountains to the sea, you will find a piece of this river that moves you. Starting up in the heart of the high country amongst the native bush...
Twin Rivers Nicholson & Tambo

Twin Rivers Nicholson & Tambo

Twin Rivers Nicholson River Starting high in the nearby mountains, this 72km river zigs its way down to Lake King. The northern end of the river gives you the perfect s...

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