You’ll find a feast of every kind – from the cultural to the visual to the actual food sort. Sale has plenty to see and do, no matter what your flavour (figuratively speaking). So, what do you want to do?
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Sale Heritage Cruises
Heritage Cruises aboard the Historic Rubeena. … The scene is set as you board The Rubeena, a classy wooden boat and cruise down to see the Swing Bridge which is the oldest intact, operational bridge of its kind in Australia and you may see a Koala or Canoe tree along the way
Sale Lake Guthridge
Take your bike and do the Sale Lake Guthridge trail with Mansi !
Download the Cyclewayz app to find the map and others trails directly on your phone.
Aqua Energy Leisure Centre
Situated on the shores of Lake Guthridge, Aqua Energy Leisure Centre modern facility contains a heated indoor pool complex, outdoor pools which operate during the warmer months, a spacious gym, group fitness rooms, sauna, crèche and a cafe in which to enjoy a delicious snack or drink throughout the day.
Sale Botanical Garden Walk
The 150 year old Sale Botanic Gardens sits next to the Lake Guthridge precinct and contains beautiful gardens, grassed areas, paved walking areas, a playground (including flying fox), undercover picnic areas, sculptures, a fauna enclosure, sensory garden, elm forest and the Lakeside Entertainment and Arts Facility.
The internationally listed Sale Common wetlands offers freshwater marshes and red gum woodlands with an enormous variety of birdlife that you can see from the boardwalk. The boardwalk starts at the edge of the swamp, continues past deeper water, islands and through a small reed bed. At the eastern end of the boardwalk, relax and watch the pelicans, swans and ducks from the bird hide.
You can also download the Cyclewayz app to find the map and others trails directly on your phone and take a walk or bike ride!
At MVNT HUB Studio, share a passion for Group Fitness and have been running fun and varied Group Fitness Classes. The program offers a combination of HIIT, Boxing, Circuits, Resistance Training and Natural Movement Training, to keep your body guessing !
Gippsland Kayak Tours
Come join a kayak tour upon the beautiful Gippsland Lakes. Gippsland Kayak Tours cater for all levels of ability and fitness and no experience is required. From challenging multi day adventures to short relaxing eco experiences our qualified instructors/guides will show you the way.
Historical Swing Bridge Walk
The Sale Swing Bridge is located on the South Gippsland Highway Longford, 5km south of the city of Sale, Victoria, Australia and spans the Latrobe River at its junction with the Thomson River. Built in 1883 by the Victorian government, it was the first movable bridge built in Victoria.
Sale Golf Club
Sale Golf Club is the pinnacle of country courses situated at the gateway of the Riviera. Established in 1900 the club has developed over the years, producing a challenging and picturesque course.
Golfers can enjoy the spacious fairways with championship greens that are guarded by sculptured bunkers. The modern Clubhouse caters for a variety of functions as well as that quiet drink after a relaxing day of golf.
Macalister River Walk
A fun family park with modern interactive playspace located on the banks of the Macalister river, in the heart of Maffra.
Maffra Golf Club
The Maffra Golf Club is one of the jewels in East Gippsland’s golfing crown. Established more than 50 years ago the course is beautifully maintained with mature trees, immaculately grassed fairways and true fast greens which are among the best in country Victoria. The Maffra Golf Club is a par 72, 6056 metre course for men and par 74, 5117 metre course for women.
Newry Golf Club
Newry Golf Course is an 18 hole golf course with grass greens and beautiful old gum trees. On all tees and greens is a fully automated watering system, and the course is open all year. Newry Golf Course covers mostly flat terrain and a creek features on the course. There are two water hazards and two bunkers, and a practice fairway and green are available. This is a peaceful easy course to play and is appreciated by golfers of all ages.
Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club
Seaspray Surf Lifesaving Club is a volunteer organisation located on the Ninety Mile beach in Gippsland. Founded in 1955, the club has a strong history of providing the local community with a safe aquatic environment. Seaspray SLSC participates and conducts numerous events throughout the surf calendar year, which caters for all levels of involvement from Nippers to senior competitors as well as family and associate memberships.
Blores Hill Ride Park
Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park is a magnificent area of natural bushland just a few minutes North of Heyfield on the Tinamba-Glenmaggie Road. Set on approximately 50 acres of land managed by Parks Victoria and maintained by Gippsland Mountain Bike Club, Blores Hill MTB boasts an array of trails specifically designed for mountain bike riders. There are many trails of different styles and difficulties, ranging from beginners to the most experienced with many features including, jumps, bridges, rocky outcrops, technical elements and flowing trails throughout the beautiful bushland.
Heyfield Golf Club
The Heyfield Golf Course features 18 holes in natural woodlands setting; well irrigated and manicured, and at just on 6,000 metres, our par 72 course is one of Gippsland’s toughest challenges. The course is 1 Km from the town of Heyfield, and just 5 minutes drive to beautiful Lake Glenmaggie.
Golden Beach is a quiet seaside community located 36 kilometres from Sale and midway along Gippsland’s beautiful Ninety Mile Beach between the coastal towns of Loch Sport and Seaspray.
Blue Pools Briagalong
Blue Pool is a fantastic, deep swimming hole in a gorge on Freestone Creek, and one of the most popular spots in the state forest on a hot day. After your swim, you can walk a couple of hundred metres to a lookout over the creek, or stroll through a cheery fern gully. Blue Pool is 10 km north of Briagolong off Freestone Creek Rd.
Gippsland Plains Rail Trail
The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail extends 63km from Traralgon to Stratford in Central Gippsland, Victoria. The trail passes through high quality dairy country, and offers panoramic views of the Great Dividing Range to the north, and sweeping 3600 views across the Great Gippsland Plains.
Lake Glenmaggie is one of the most popular inland boating venues east of Melbourne, with power boats and yachts utilising the Lake. It is also a popular fishing spot for trout, carp and redfin.
Traralgon Golf Club
The Traralgon Golf Club offers players and visitors, one of the finest venues in Victoria. A superb 18 hole course with grass greens, fully watered fairways and not too many bunkers. The undulating course is a pleasure to play. Visitors are most welcome.
Den of Nargun
This walk features the Bluff Lookout with views of the Mitchell River Gorge, deep green pockets of warm temperate rainforest and Woolshed Creek. As you walk through the rainforest gully, stepping stones lead you into the Den itself. Tradition has it the Nargun lives there; a fierce being, half human and half stone. The best way to absorb the eerie atmosphere of the Den of Nargun is from a safe distance. The Gunai/Kurnai people and Parks Victoria ask you to respect this special place by not entering the cave.
Yarram Golf Club
Yarram Golf Course is a superb 18 hole layout, carved out of native bush and welcomes social club groups, anytime, including weekends. You will be well looked after by our friendly members and you will be accommodated at your choice of various accommodation and dining venues.
Nooramunga Sailing Tours
Nooramunga Sailing Tours can take you for a sail around the quiet island waterways of Port Albert, Corner Inlet and Nooramunga Marine Reserve, with its diverse marine and wildlife.
Strzelecki Ranges Walks
Start this 2-day hike from either Tarra Bulga National Park or Morwell National Park and make your way along the Grand Strzelecki Track stopping overnight at the Jumbuk Rest Area. Walking from Tarra Bulga to Morwell National Park will involve an extra 9.5km to reach accommodation facilities. Though well marked, some areas have minimal infrastructure, so a level of fitness and experience is required.
Tarra Valley National Park
Tarra Bulga National Park is known for giant mountain ash trees and ancient myrtle beeches, and you could spot a lyrebird on the walk through lush fern glades and rainforest to Cyathea Falls.
Lonsdale Eco Cruise Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance Charter Cruise on the Gippsland Lakes. See dolphins, seals, birdlife, wildlife, flora, fauna and lakes. A 3 hour cruise with afternoon tea, coffee & homemade scones.
Ninety Mile Beach is a stretch of Golden Sand not seen anywhere in the world.
4 main beaches – all great for swimming, surfing, body-boarding or just great fun in the waves.
Australian Cycling Holidays
Gippsland and the Bass Coast are perfect for cycling. Quiet roads and Rail Trails, stunning scenery, fantastic fresh food, clear skies.