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  • Corner Inlet Marine & Coastal Park

    Covering much of the large bay of Corner Inlet and directly north of Wilsons Promontory, this park features mangroves, mudflats, rocky islands and widespread seagrass meadows which are home to large numbers of migratory water birds

  • Great Southern Rail Trail

    This 74 kilometre smooth gravel rail trail runs from Leongatha to Port Welshpool. South of Leongatha, it passes through gently undulating lush dairy farmland, areas of remnant bush and lowland scrub. It climbs from the foothills of Fish Creek to the peak of Mount Hoddle and then down a steep descent through dense forest with magnificent views of Wilsons Promontory on its approach to Foster. The trail then flattens out, passing through Toora and Welshpool, finally reaching the coast at Port Welshpool.

  • New Zealand Hill Flora Reserve

    Situated close to the town centre, the reserve features walking tracks and remnants of former gold mining activity

  • Stockyard Gallery

    The gallery showcases the talents of Gippsland artists through constantly changing exhibitions, and includes a gift shop and local tourist information centre

  • Turtons Creek Scenic Reserve

    Located 20 kilometres north of Foster, it features giant forests of eucalypts, wattles and ferns, based around the Turtons Creek Falls

  • Wilsons Promontory National Park

    Wilsons Promontory is the southernmost tip of the Australian mainland and one of Victoria's most popular national parks. Known as 'The Prom', the park is famous for its pristine beaches such as Squeaky beach. It is a hiker's paradise with scenic walks such as the Mt Oberon Summit Walk or epic treks like the Great Prom Walk. There is a camp ground and accommodation within the park at Tidal River.