East Gippsland, once a well-kept secret is now renowned for its breathtaking locations and enviable lifestyle opportunities.
The region is home to Australia’s largest inland water system – the Gippsland Lakes, a network of lakes, marshes and lagoons covering 400sq km, separated from the ocean with coastal dunes known as Ninety Mile Beach.
East Gippsland boasts colourful fishing and boating villages, isolated beaches, rugged coastal outcrops and high country grandeur. Bird and marine life thrive here, with the lake dolphins and pelicans frequenting many locations.
In addition to its natural beauty, East Gippsland offers affordable housing and investment opportunities, strong employment, quality healthcare, good education and a broad range of childcare and developmental services.
East Gippsland is eastern Victoria’s major economic region with a diverse population and industry profile, growing economy, stable labour force and an abundance of primary produce and natural resources.
With more than 20 towns and villages there is still plenty to be discovered in East Gippsland.