What to do and see in Gippsland, Victoria: The Best Things to do for Honeymoon

June 18, 2021 Dorsey Hagwood

Discover the best top things to do in Gippsland, Australia including Promhelis, Venus Bay Eco Retreat, Lonsdale Eco Cruises, Mallacoota Coastal Walks, Riviera Nautic, Wilsons Promontory National Park, Buchan Caves, Bucklands Jetty Boat Hire, Squeaky Beach, Raymond Island.
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1. Promhelis

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5.0 based on 15 reviews

Promhelis

Witness Australia's Southern most point from the air. Rugged granite elevated terrain and breathtaking coastal views are combined to become an airborne experience that is never forgotten.

2. Venus Bay Eco Retreat

802 Lees Rd, Venus Bay, Victoria 3956 Australia +61 3 5663 7525 [email protected] http://www.venusbay-ecoretreat.com.au
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5.0 based on 40 reviews

Venus Bay Eco Retreat

3. Lonsdale Eco Cruises

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5.0 based on 294 reviews

Lonsdale Eco Cruises

A leisurely 3hr cruise from Lakes Entrance through to Metung , staying onboard but visiting many places of interest including The Entrance to see the beautiful 90mile beach & Bass Strait , Keep a look out for seals & our resident Dolphins , numerous bird life & wildlife & of course Mels famous scones cooked onboard as you cruise , tea/herbaltea/coffee,biscuits & nice cold water provided in your ticket price but are most welcome to BYO drinks or a picnic lunch ! Bathroom facilities onboard !

4. Mallacoota Coastal Walks

Betka Road, Mallacoota, Victoria Australia
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5.0 based on 84 reviews

Mallacoota Coastal Walks

Reviewed By KerryR290 - Indented Head, Australia

The area is slowly starting to green up after the bushfires, it is as beautiful as ever. A lot of work has gone into building walkways along the coast line in town making for many parts an easy walk. It really is a very lovely area to walk and explore

5. Riviera Nautic

185 Metung Rd, Metung, Victoria 3904 Australia +61 3 5156 2243 http://rivieranautic.com.au/
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Riviera Nautic

Reviewed By MrKiller21 - Melbourne, Australia

While stepping onto a boat for the first time since 1988 was a touch nerve wracking, the boys at Nautic could not have made it easier ... even after I made my best attempt to crash the boat in the first 30 seconds !!!! Navigating and steering takes full concentration, but as a virtual novice if you listen to and follow instructions given before leaving dock, you can get through it. The tricky part is docking, otherwise known as crash landing, but we scraped through. The trip to Barrier Point and walking our picnic thru to 90 mile beach ... superb. I could not praise this company highly enough... thanks fellas. We had a blast.

6. Wilsons Promontory National Park

Tidal River, Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria 3960 Australia +61 13 19 63 [email protected] http://www.parks.vic.gov.au/places-to-see/parks/wilsons-promontory-national-park?utm_source=tripadvisor.com.au&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=TA-2020
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4.5 based on 745 reviews

Wilsons Promontory National Park

Wilsons Promontory National Park is the southernmost tip of mainland Australia. Walk remote coastal bushland trails and swim at pristine beaches dominated by granite tors. Camp in comfort at family-friendly Tidal River or hike to a more secluded campsite. Either way, the local wombats, kangaroos and emus are waiting to meet you. Swim at Norman Beach or one of The Prom's more secluded beaches. Go snorkelling for a unique underwater view of Victoria's largest marine national park. Scale the granite peaks of Mount Bishop or Mount Oberon for panoramic views, or enjoy an overnight hike. In the north there's a remote and rugged wilderness to explore, while the south is home to the historic Wilsons Promontory Lightstation and Sealers Cove.

Reviewed By dcoops64 - Stratford, Australia

Each March long weekend we camp at Tidal River at Wilson Promontory This year we again had a great time Fantastic place to take family with heaps of different activities on offer from short walks, exploring,swimming and everything the great outdoors provides

7. Buchan Caves

98 Caves Rd, Buchan, Victoria 3885 Australia +61 13 19 63 [email protected] http://www.parks.vic.gov.au/places-to-see/parks/buchan-caves-reserve?utm_source=tripadvisor.com.au&utm_medium=referral&utm_campaign=TA-2020
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4.5 based on 400 reviews

Buchan Caves

Discover a honeycomb of spectacular limestone formations carved by an underground river almost 400 million years ago at Buchan Caves. Tour the largest cave system in Victoria and marvel at the magnificent stalactite and stalagmite forms, pillars, shawls and rim pools, as well as cave sediment and a flowing stream. Come with a picnic basket in tow and enjoy a picnic with friends and family in the scenic heritage-listed landscape. Keep an eye out for native wildlife. Kangaroos lay about the campground and visitor centre while native birds can be seen perched among the trees. Camp a night under the stars at Buchan Caves and choose from powered or unpowered campsites, or stay a night at the unique Wilderness Retreats or cabins.

Reviewed By OnAir605976

The Royal caves are a great natural wonder. The ranger that took us through had thorough knowledge and was able to answer all questions. The natural beauty of the cave is not possible to describe. One needs to experience it. A jewel indeed.

8. Bucklands Jetty Boat Hire

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4.5 based on 47 reviews

Bucklands Jetty Boat Hire

Boat Hire from 2 hours to Full Day. Self Drive, Half cabin boats with outboard motors. No Boat Licence Required. Licensed to carry up to 8 people. Polycraft “fast” boats. Sounder & MinnKota electric. Licence Required. Carry 4 people. Map, Fuel and Safety gear Provided. Please phone to make a booking.

9. Squeaky Beach

Wilsons Promontory Road, Wilsons Promontory National Park, Victoria 3960 Australia +61 13 19 63 http://parkweb.vic.gov.au/explore/parks/wilsons-promontory-national-park/things-to-do/squeaky-beach
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4.5 based on 264 reviews

Squeaky Beach

Reviewed By Grifology70 - Melbourne, Australia

Went with family. A short walk to the beach from the car park. Best to cross to the main beach closer to the rocks. The sand is pure white and feels like talcum powder. The beach definitely squeaks. A memorable experience.

10. Raymond Island

Paynesville, Victoria Australia http://www.raymondisland.net/
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4.5 based on 360 reviews

Raymond Island

Reviewed By E9688FAgarym - Paynesville, Australia

If your visiting Paynesville and you have some spare time, come across to Raymond Island and say hello to our local wildlife. Jump on the free ferry for those on foot or bicycle, even bring your pooch and try and spot a koala bear or even an echidna. Depends on what time of the day you visit you may even glimpse one of the many kangaroos as well. Quite often they're close by the ferry welcoming you into their back yard. Bring your food and drinks as there are barbeques, but no shops. So come and enjoy the hospitality of the locals.

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