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This eastern-most region of Victoria is truly spectacular. East Gippsland boasts nine national parks, and you’ll love exploring them all. Discover rugged coastlines and towering forests. Visit Australia’s largest lake system or plan an alpine escape. Which adventure will you choose in East Gippsland?
Soak up the grandeur of Werribee Park, an estate built on the riches of an Australian pastoral empire. Explore the heritage-listed Werribee Mansion, set up a picnic in the beautiful formal gardens or see a kaleidoscope of colour when the 5000 roses bloom in the Victoria State Rose Garden.
Dandenong Valley Parklands is a network of parks running alongside Dandenong Creek in Melbourne's eastern suburbs. Loved by the locals, the green spaces of Jells Park and Chesterfield Farm make for great days out, while Corhanwarrabul and Bush Park Wetlands are perfect for birdwatching.
Serendip Sanctuary is a wildlife oasis close to Melbourne where you can see kangaroos, wallabies, emus and a huge variety of birdlife. The sanctuary is a protected home to hundreds of native animals, including rare and endangered species.
Point Nepean has played an important role in shaping the early settlement and defence of Australia. Walk or cycle through this rugged coastal landscape and enjoy panoramic views of Bass Strait and Port Phillip. Explore military forts and tunnels, walk through the old Quarantine Station and see artefacts from the last 150 years.
Wilsons Promontory National Park is part of an Aboriginal cultural landscape. Parks Victoria respects the deep and continuing connection that Traditional Owners have to these lands and waters, and we recognise their ongoing role in caring for Country.