Gippsland (pronounced with a hard G)  is the southeastern region of Victoria, Australia. It includes the southernmost point of the Australian mainland at Wilsons Promontory. It is bordered to the west by Western Port Bay, to the south by Bass Strait, to the north by the Great Dividing Range and to the east by the New South Wales border.
- West Gippsland
- South Gippsland (including Prom Country) – coastal parks, beaches and mountain rainforests
- Bass Coast – ocean and bay coastline, coal mining history, Phillip Island wildlife attractions
- Central Gippsland
- East Gippsland – lakes and beaches
- Wilsons Promontory – hiking, bush camping, diving
- V/Lines  Victorias train service runs several fast trains into Gippsland from Melbourne via Pakenham
- Walhalla This old gold mining township in the mountains has history, good bushwalks, a good tour through the gold mining tunnel, a nice funky cafe and also an old mining train. Once one of Australia’s richest towns, Walhalla historic township was home to over 3,500 people following the discovery of gold in 1863.
- Bass Phillip wines, Tosch's Road, Leongatha South, Phone: (03) 5664 3341, Fax:(03) 5664 3209, Varieties: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay.
- Tuckers Vineyard, Stratford Road, Maffra, Phone: (03) 5141 1464, Varieties: chardonnay, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir, sauvignon blanc & shiraz
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