Plan your next weekend getaway to Gippsland where you can explore the picturesque lakes, national parks and coastal villages. Discover the rich history of the region and treat yourself to the finest regional delicacies, taste the local wines and craft brews.
We got the expert scoop of the best of the region with Jenny O’Sullivan from Gippsland Food Adventures. Running since 1968, Jenny has been theowner of Gippsland Food Adventures where she combines her passion for farming, food, wine and cooking to create innovative experiential adventures that showcase Gippsland’s fine produce and people.
HOW TO GET THERE
The fastest way to get to Gippsland from Melbourne to drive south-east along the Monash Freeway and take the M1 (Princes Freeway) through many of central Gippsland's cities and townships, including Warragul, Traralgon and Sale and on to Bairnsdale, Lakes Entrance, Orbost and Cann River. Alternatively, take the South Gippsland Highway, which runs closer to the coast through Korumburra, Leongatha and Foster before joining the Princes Highway at Sale.
Gippsland is easily accessible from Melbourne via the V/Line train service, which runs every day as far as Bairnsdale, with connecting buses to Lakes Entrance.
Maribyrnong River Frontage, Footscray
Biran Biran Gippsland Natural Beef Farm, Fish Creek - South Gippsland
Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar, Melbourne
Harley and Rose, West Footscray