Water has forged the landscape, drawn the people and sustained life in the East Gippsland region, which features wonderful coastline scenery, the magnificent Gippsland Lakes and river system, breath-taking mountain scenery and extensive parks and forests. The Lakes Coast Visitors’ Guide covers every corner of East Gippsland, providing visitors with all the best places to fish, visit, walk, relax and much, much more. It’s a guide to the outdoors, the accommodation, eateries and galleries, ensuring your stay in East Gippsland is a memorable one. The Lakes Coast Visitors’ Guide is published quarterly (summer, autumn, winter, spring). Distribution is 25,000 each publication and it is distributed through information centres, motels, caravan parks, galleries, fun parks and various other places of interest. This is a free publication.
For more than 300 kilometres, discover the splendour of valleys, mountains, forests, rivers and ocean; on one of the finest and most diverse combinations of scenery imaginable in the country. Pass through Victoria’s largest National Park, which contains 10 of the 11 highest mountains in the state. During winter the Alpine High Country forms one of Australia’s most amazing ski fields, while from spring to autumn it’s a carpet of wildflowers. Discover the Great Alpine Road Visitors’ Guide is published six monthly and features all towns on the Great Alpine Road and the many tourist drives off the GAR. Get a feel for the towns and what they offer through the guide. The guide is distributed through information centres, motels, caravan parks, galleries, fun parks and various other places of interest.