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  • Gippsland Art Gallery

    Established in 1965, Gippsland Art Gallery plays a vital role in the arts and culture of the region. It is situated at the Port of Sale, overlooking stunning waterways and parkland. The gallery hosts many exhibitions throughout the year of local, national and international significance, in addition to ongoing and evolving displays of the permanent collection. Housed in the Wellington Centre together with the Sale Library and Sale Visitor Centre, there is always plenty to see and do.

  • Holey Plains State Park

    Situated south-west of Sale, this park consists mainly of Banksia-Eucalypt open forests and woodlands growing on low sandy ridges, offering visitors bush walking trails, camping and picnic facilities

  • Sale Common

    The internationally listed Sale Common wetlands offers freshwater marshes and red gum woodlands with an enormous variety of birdlife. The best way to enjoy the surrounds is on the Sale Common Wetlands Walk, a boardwalk which starts at the edge of the swamp and continues past deeper water, islands and through a small reed bed. Visitors can watch the pelicans, swans and ducks from the bird hide at the eastern end.

  • The Wedge

    The Wedge is a contemporary performing arts centre that hosts great shows from local and visiting entertainers. It also features artwork displays and Portside Food & Wine - a licensed cafe which has a fantastic menu and delicious coffee.