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Full & Half Day Tours  
Latrobe City has a diverse range of activities and regions for you to explore. Whether you are planning a full or half day tour, designing a pre and post touring itinerary or looking for a team building activity - there are a range of options for you to choose from. 

Tarra-Bulga National Park


Old Gippstown Heritage Park


Mountain-Top Experience Tours 

Power Industry Tours





The perfect place to get back to nature - Tarra-Bulga National Park is hidden within the famous Strzelecki Ranges and features lush fern-filled gullies, giant Mountain Ash and ancient Myrtle Beech.

The park provides several walking tracks, including the suspension bridge and Cyathea & Tarra waterfalls.

Tarra Bulga is a popular picnic spot with barbeques at Bulga and Tarra Valley picnic areas. 

The Tarra Bulga Visitor Centre is open weekends and school holidays.

Tarra Bulga - Park Notes



Step back in time to the 1850's and enjoy a visit to Old Gippstown, Gippsland’s Heritage Park.

This complete historical township filled with authentic buildings and decor makes for a fun and interesting day trip.

The beautiful garden settings are perfect for picnics and barbeques. 

Open 7 days, can cater for large groups and events.      

Old Gippstown Heritage Park



Mountain-Top Experience offers a range of 4WD adventures, educational and transport services which include:

Walhalla passenger tours for schools and other groups.

Guided 4WD tours through Licola, Dargo and Omeo. 

Driver training courses up to advanced 4WD level.

Mt Baw Baw Transport Service to the snow during winter daily from Latrobe City.  www.mountaintopexperience.com

Mountain-Top Experience operates Power Industry bus tours of the Latrobe City.

Expert tour guides relate the history, technology and innovation associated with Latrobe City's Brown Coal Power Generators.

This half day tour comprises of a guided 70km circuit of Victoria's major power generators, lookouts over the open cut mines and a visit to the brown coal museum.

Group sizes from 4 to 21, or tour guides provided for visiting coaches.

For more information:



Winery or Brewery Tours




 Gallery Tours

 Gippsland Photo Tours




There are a number of vineyards, wineries, cellar doors and restaurants in Gippsland producing unique, hand crafted wines.

Discover award winning wines with cool climate characteristics and full fruit flavours as you chat with the winemakers themselves. Or take a trip to the Grand Ridge Brewery in Mirboo North for a tour of the facility and enjoy a locally brewed beer.

Wineries in Latrobe City


Latrobe City offers golfing enthusiasts a different golfing experience every day. 

Natural bushland settings are a feature of Gippsland golf courses. Wide tree lined fairways offer views of lakes, mountains, wetlands and native wildlife.  

Golf Courses in Latrobe City


Gippsland is home to many art galleries ranging from boutique hand crafts to international exhibitions.

Explore the Latrobe Regional Gallery or take a drive to visit one of the many inspiring local country galleries.

For more information:

Latrobe Regional Gallery 

Your guide and mentor Darryl Whitaker has 20 years experience photographing all parts of Gippsland, he loves nothing more than being out in nature's garden with a camera and a group of enthusiasts. He'll help you to understand your camera, explain elements of composition, shutter speed, aperture and more.
Offers one day tours from: Walhalla, Tarra Bulga National Park, Noojee and Toorongo Falls or the High Country.

For more information: www.djwtv.com.au