Situated at the base of the Tarra Valley while staying at Eilean Donan
lends itself to a variety of activities and places to visit.
TARRA BULGA NATIONAL PARK (12.2km 16min)
The unique and vast Tarra Bulga National Park.
Tarra-Bulga National Park in South Gippsland is well known for its giant Mountain Ash trees, beautiful fern gullies and ancient myrtle beeches. The park covers some of the best examples of original cool temperate rainforests of the Strzelecki Ranges and offers a variety of walks.
Walk to the impressive Corrigan’s Suspension Bridge, which stretches through the rainforest canopy, affording spectacular views of the lush fern gully on the forest floor below. You can also enjoy picnic areas situated right in the heart of the National Park.
WILSONS PROMONTORY (76.6km 1hr)
The Prom is one of Victoria’s most-loved places.
At the southernmost tip of mainland Australia, it offers spectacular scenery of huge
granite mountains, open forest, rainforest, sweeping beaches
and coastlines. Great bushwalks extend from under an hour to over three days.
The waters surrounding the Prom are protected as a marine national park and offer outstanding diving.
The west coast of the Prom has a number of beautiful and easily accessible beaches for visitors to enjoy.
The beautiful sandy beach along Tidal River at Norman Bay is perfect for swimming and surfing, and is a delight for children and adults to explore.
WOODSIDE BEACH (43km 33min)
Woodside Beach is a rural locality with a popular surf beach in Victoria. It is approximately 10 km from the town of Woodside, and can be reached by the Woodside Beach Road. Areas of interest surrounding Woodside Beach include Balloong Natural Interest Reserve, Jack Smith Lake and McLoughlins Beach.
Woodside Beach is close to the starting point of the Ninety Mile Beach,
which starts at Port Albert and extends to Lakes Entrance.
PORT ALBERT (27.2km 25min)
Port Albert is Victoria's first established port. Visit this charming port town for first-class fishing.
Port Albert remains a commercial port and its reputation for recreational fishing
sees its population swell considerably during summer.
Visit the Port Albert Maritime Museum, follow the Old Port Walking Trail,
or enjoy scenic boat tours, fishing trips and bird watching.
Also remember to grab some of the best fish and chips in town while you're there
at Port Albert Wharf Fish and Chips!