South Gippsland Pictures
Please Note that all of our local photo albums are now located at the
NEW Lifegames Photo Gallery.
Here is a list of album categories and sample of what you might see as you travel along the roads
and visit this diverse and beautiful region of South Eastern Victoria -
By the way, you are welcome to use the pictures found on this website, and to
find out how easy it is to do that legally, go to the contact
page. If there's a particular photograph you want, if we don't already have it,
we can get it for you too!
South Gippsland Country
Water Scenes from Phillip Island to Woodside,
and National Parks and Reserves,
Landscapes, Bushfires and Scenery
Wildlife, Animals, Creatures and Birds,
Prom Country, Entertainment and Activities,
Flowers, Foliage and Gardens
Tourist Attractions and Mountains in South Gippsland,
Wilsons Prom Accomodation
Random South Gippsland Photo Albums
Reserve your place to stay in some of the finest and most reasonably priced
accommodation in country Australia or simply do day-trips from Melbourne.
Whatever you choose, I know you will be impressed and want to come back for
Here's What You Will Find - From the rolling hills to the white sandy beaches, the fern gullies,
protected wilderness areas and the
lush farmland, this region will always provide you with an abundant variety of
scenery that is renowned for its beauty, diversity and tranquility.
Things To Bring With You - Make sure you bring your camera or video recorder as these images are highly
sought after and provide a delightful representation of one of the most scenic
tourist destinations on mainland Australia.
Taking Pictures Of Native Flora And Fauna - If wildlife, birds or plants interest you, bring binoculars or field glasses
to get a better view. There are many areas where birds and native animals abound
and it is best to check with your information centers to find out the exact
of the towns have attractive murals painted on buildings and various landmarks.
This is a particularly colourful beach scene painted on the side of a water tank
on the main road into Venus Bay. It's a great way to turn an eyesore into a
creative tourist attraction.
Take A Break
find the most fabulous coffee shops and cafes right throughout South Gippsland.
Make sure you take some time to stop and enjoy what each local town has to
offer. Try the Banksia cafe in Fish Creek or the Caravan Park at Venus Bay for
Tidal River is a beautiful and safe area for children to swim and play in the water. Adults can enjoy the surf on the nearby beach.
There's a shop and camping facilities with wombats wandering freely amongst the
bush. Tidal River is only a twenty minute drive from the gateway of the National
|Views To Wilsons Prom
a very secluded spot just outside Foster on the Foster beach road, are views of
through the trees. It's not really a place to swim, but is an excellent place
for bird watching. From Foster it is a very pleasant 20 minute drive to the gateway of Wilsons Promontory national park.
above the peaceful township of Toora in Victoria are the somewhat controversial
yet majestic Toora Windfarms. You'll find an information centre and plenty of
places to pull over and take memorable photographs. Stop for a rest at the
Windmill Cafe too.
swim, boating, bush walking, bird watching, sightseeing, camping, BBQ's,
picnics, snorkeling, bike riding, horse riding, view native wildlife in their
natural habitat. Find marine animals and plants in the shallow rock pools at
It would be impossible for one page to cover the diversity of things to
see and the multitude of places to visit in South Gippsland, but there are many
other websites that will assist you with your specific requests. Find out more by visiting our
sitemap or by asking for
what you want on our convenient search page.