From the dramatic coastlines of Wilson’s Promontory to Koonwarra’s passion for sustainable living, Bass Coast provides the gateway to even more amazing Gippsland travel experiences.
The drive beyond Bass Coast takes you into Wilsons Promontory National Park and you can’t help but feel that the world is a beautiful place. If you’re lucky, you’ll spot wombats, wallabies, emus and possibly even a koala. With a wide range of walks of diverse distances and ability levels, you can explore the Prom inside out. Or spend the day lazing and exploring the pristine beaches that the Prom has on offer. With a range of accommodation options from camping to gorgeous B&Bs, the Prom Country is an ideal family destination or a stunning getaway with friends or a special someone.
Koonwarra makes for an interesting stop. It is renowned as the heart of Gippsland’s organic and sustainable food culture and is complete with accomplished wineries.
A short drive out of Bass Coast leads you to the small township of Venus Bay, renowned for stunning sunsets and characteristic locals. The coastline from Venus Bay to Cape Liptrap offers visitors the chance to see an old lighthouse and native Australian plants and wildlife.
Fully self contained cottage specifically designed for a romantic getaway for couples. Private and secluded with magnificent views of Corner Inlet and "The Prom".
Australia Garden is one of the world's leading botanic gardens and a centre of excellence for horticulture, science and education.
Cape Liptrap Coastal Park is situated 160 kilometres south east of Melbourne and with its strikingly beautiful scenery, is one of Gippsland’s most impressive reserves.
Stretching along the coast from the sand barrier of Point Smythe to the sheltered waters of Waratah Bay, Cape Liptrap Coastal Park has strikingly beautiful scenery.
Kongwak Market is a diverse market with Indian food and musicians playing all day. Browse the vintage and collectables plus much more each Sunday.
Leongatha Golf Club is a classic Vern Morcom design that has been a hidden treasure in Victoria's South Gippsland region for far too long.
Moo's at Meeniyan is a modest little restaurant in the picturesque town of Meeniyan in South Gippsland.
Moonlit Sanctuary is only 50 minutes south-east of central Melbourne, at the top of the Mornington Peninsula, and on the way to the Penguins on Phillip Island.
Refuge Cove Cruises is a full day cruise onboard a brand new 42 passenger catamaran. Cruise along this scenic Wilsons Promontory coast.
Dive the Gippsland Coast with S.E.A.L. Diving Services – Victoria’s best kept secret.
The Stadium 4 Cinema, Leongatha Entertainment Complex is your ticket to quality time at the movies.
Where the country meets the beach.The Tarwin River Holiday Accommodation is located directly opposite one of the most popular fishing, boating an skiing locations in our region – the Tarwin River.
The iconic Fish Creek Hotel (1939) is located in the heart of Fish Creek and only 25 minutes from the gates of Wilson's Promontory, it is ideally located as your accommodation base.
Zak Chalmers’ works explore the pure in clay, the relationship between malleable clay, raw material additions and fire.
Waratah Hills and Prom Road Wines can be tasted and purchased at the vineyard cellar door. This beautiful vineyard has two acres of Chardonnay planted and seven acres of Pinot Noir.