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Leave space in your suitcase when heading to Bairnsdale.
You’re going to need it after shopping the beautiful collection of bags, clothing, jewellery and gifts at boutique store Seven Sundays.
MORE INFORMATION: sevensundaysbairnsdale.com
Steve Goldsworthy, Beekeeper and co-owner Beechworth Honey with his bee hives in the bush near Beechworth. Picture: SuppliedSource:News Corp Australia
Four generations of beekeeping knowledge is poured into every jar and bottle of Beechworth Honey in Beechworth.
Choose from the delicious range of traditional, varietal and specialty honey and products.
MORE INFORMATION: beechworthhoney.com.au
Renowned Brown Brothers winery, Milawa is well worth the visit. Picture: Supplied / Tourism VictoriaSource:Supplied
At its vineyards in Milawa, in the high country, Brown Brothers hand-crafts diverse, wines from red, white, fruity, and sparkling, to every varietal in between.
MORE INFORMATION: brownbrothers.com.au
Goats at the family-run Toldpuddle Goat Cheese and Farm Food where you can purchase hand-produced cheeses and milk. Picture SuppliedSource:NCA NewsWire
Toldpuddle Goat Cheese
Head to this family-run farm in Tarrawingee for hand-produced goat cheeses and milk, plus high country produce, craft beer, wine, and gin – all sourced from within a 50 kilometre radius of the farm gate.
MORE INFORMATION: tolpuddle.com.au
The Alpine Sauce serves up more than just Memphis Style BBQ sauce, like its Roast Chicken Rub. Picture: SuppliedSource:NCA NewsWire
The Alpine Sauce Co.
Made for low-and-slow barbecuing, Alpine Sauce Co. in Bright goes big on flavour. Try the Memphis Style BBQ Sauce, Boozehound Bourbon BBQ Sauce, or a tasty dry rub.
MORE INFORMATION: alpinesauce.com
LIFE BY THE SEA
Its picture perfect! Gabo Island Lighthouse Reserve. Picture: Rod MorecroftSource:Supplied
Stay overnight at Gabo Island and you’ll spot Australia’s largest population of little penguins. Or book a tour to the top of the lighthouse for the best vantage point for dolphin, whale and seal watching.
MORE INFORMATION: visitgippsland.com.au/nature-wildlife/gabo-island
Endangered Burrunan dolphins on the Gippsland Lakes. Picture: Peter MurrellSource:Supplied
The best way to see the region’s seals, sea birds and the endangered Burrunan dolphins is via a cruise, departing from Lakes Entrance. This tourist hub is looking to recover after the East Gippsland fires.
MORE INFORMATION: lonsdalecruises.com.au lakesentrance.com
How many koalas will you spot along the Koala Walk on Raymond Island? Picture: SuppliedSource:Supplied
Catch the free ferry from Paynesville to visit this little isle. Take the Koala Walk and you’ll spot Australia’s famous furry marsupial, as well as echidnas and native birds.
MORE INFORMATION: visitgippsland.com.au/destinations/east-gippsland/raymond-island
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