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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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

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