Blue Pool Lagoon is a great place for swimming, a breathtaking waterhole in a gorge with some great views. Enjoy a walk through nature on the Peregrine Lookout Trail, which takes about an hour return.
Glenmaggie Weir is a great spot for swimming and even better for water sports of all types and fishing.
Blores Hill Mountain Bike Park is a magnificent area of natural bushland and boasts an array of purpose-built mountain bike trails of different styles and difficulties, ranging from beginners to experienced.
Seaspray is located on the 90 Mile Beach which is the longest unbroken stretch of beach in the world! Swimming, fishing and boating is what draws people to Seaspray.
Den of Nargun walk features the Bluff Lookout with views of the Mitchell River Gorge, deep green pockets of warm temperate rainforest and Woolshed Creek.
Sale Heritage Cruises aboard the Historic Rubeena. The scene is set as you board the Rubeena, a classy wooden boat and cruise down to see the Swing Bridge which is the oldest intact, operational bridge of its kind in Australia.
The Gippsland Plains Rail Trail extends 63km from Traralgon to Stratford, the trail passes through dairy country and offers panoramic views of the Great Dividing Range to the north, and sweeping 360 degree views across the Great Gippsland Plains.
Eat and Drink
Tinamba Hotel is one of the region’s finest foodie destinations, a multi-award winning restaurant set amongst farming land in the historic small Gippsland town of Tinamba. Less than a 10 minute drive from Maffra.
The Vines on Avon is a lovely restaurant with picturesque views across a vineyard located on the outskirts of Maffra. The Vines boasts breathtaking panoramic views and a relaxed country atmosphere.
Blue Gables Vineyard is a boutique vineyard with an amazing cellar door, enjoy friendly hospitality whilst you unwind and taste their award-winning wines with live music and wood-fired pizzas on offer.
Duart Homestead offers a delicious restaurant menu set within the historic homestead.
Maffra Golf Club is a scenic journey around 18 holes of great country golf.
Gippsland Vehicle Collection Motor Museum has an outstanding display of more than 160 special cars, motorbikes, machinery, historic vehicles and auto memorabilia. Their feature exhibits change every four months – ensuring an updated display for new and returning visitors.