What suburbs are in South Gippsland?

What suburbs are in South Gippsland?

Agnes, Allambee Reserve, Allambee South, Arawata, Baromi, Bena, Bennison, Berrys Creek, Binginwarri, Boolarong, Boolarra, Boolarra South, Boorool, Buffalo, Darlimurla, Delburn, Dollar, Dumbalk, Dumbalk North, Fairbank, Fish Creek, Foster, Foster North, Gunyah, Hallston, Hazel Park, Hedley, Hoddle, Inverloch, Jeetho.

What towns are in South East Gippsland?

East Gippsland’s major towns include, from west to east, Bairnsdale (the largest town and administrative centre), Paynesville, Lakes Entrance, Orbost and Mallacoota. Smaller, but significant, towns in the more mountainous northern areas include Ensay, Swifts Creek, Omeo, and Buchan.

Where is Gippsland Vic?

Gippsland is a rural region that makes up the southeastern part of Victoria, Australia, mostly comprising the coastal plains to the rainward (southern) side of the Victorian Alps (the southernmost section of the Great Dividing Range).

Where is the South Gippsland?

South Gippsland Shire is located in south-eastern Victoria, about 100 kilometres south-east of the Melbourne CBD. South Gippsland Shire is bounded by Cardinia and Baw Baw Shires in the north, Latrobe City and Wellington Shire in the east, Bass Strait in the south, and Bass Coast Shire in the west.

What suburbs are in Gippsland?

Bairnsdale, Churchill, Drouin, Foster, Inverloch, Korumburra, Lakes Entrance, Leongatha, Mallacoota, Moe, Morwell, Omeo, Orbost, Phillip Island, Sale, Traralgon, Warragul and Wonthaggi.

What suburbs are in West Gippsland?


  • Bona Vista.
  • Brandy Creek.
  • Buln Buln.
  • Bunyip.
  • Cloverlea.
  • Crossover.
  • Darnum.
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    • Airlie Beach – Cannonvale, Queensland.
    • Wangaratta, Victoria.
    • Port Fairy, Victoria.
    • Mullumbimby, New South Wales.
    • Castlemaine, Victoria.

    What is the largest town in Gippsland?

    This is dominated by the regional City of Latrobe LGA (Latrobe LGA) (62,500) which comprises the three large population centres of Traralgon (26,000), Moe (14,000) and Morwell (14,000), as well as Newborough (7,000) and Yallourn North (1,500) – making up 23 per cent of the Gippsland region population (ABS 2016a).

    Why is it called Gippsland?

    Name Derivation: Named after the geographic area covered by the electoral division. The south-east region of Victoria was named in March 1840 to honour Sir George Gipps who was Governor of New South Wales at the time.

    Is Wonthaggi in South Gippsland?

    Wonthaggi /wɒnˈθæɡi/ is a seaside town located 132 kilometres (82 mi) south east of Melbourne via the South Gippsland and Bass Highways, in the Bass Coast Shire of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia.

    What are the best suburbs in Gippsland?

    Best suburbs in Gippsland

    • San Remo. 4.5/5. Ranked 1st best suburb in Gippsland.
    • Moe. 4.5/5. Ranked 2nd best suburb in Gippsland.
    • Cowes. 4.5/5. Ranked 3rd best suburb in Gippsland.
    • Venus Bay. 4.5/5. Ranked 4th best suburb in Gippsland.
    • Newborough. 4.5/5.
    • Churchill. 4.5/5.
    • Cape Woolamai. 4.5/5.
    • Inverloch. 4/5.

    Where should you not live in Victoria?

    The most dangerous areas in Victoria is based on data from the local law enforcement agency and when not available, also includes estimates based on demographic data.

    • North Park. Population 3,393.
    • Chinatown. Population 620.
    • Douglas Corridor. Population 1,094.
    • Port Renfrew.
    • Oldtown.
    • Burnside Gorge.
    • Harris Green.
    • Hillside.