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Nature-based experiences showing the recovery from bushfires from Gippsland High Country Tours and Inala Nature Tours

The journey, a collaboration between Gippsland High Country Tours and Inala Nature Tours, is filled with bucket list items - the hidden gems you might not realise you need on your list yet.

By news@gippsland - 11th July 2022 - Back to News

Take the effort out of planning and logistics - these experts have selected the creme de la creme of nature-based experiences and produced an itinerary that is full-to-bursting with mountain peaks, jaw-dropping coastline, native spring blooms as well as education on threatened species and fire regeneration. Add a generous sprinkling of history, a waterfall or two, and plenty of time to pause and soak up breathtaking landscapes for a very rewarding and enlightening week.

Join the eight-day nature-based tour from 3-10 October 2022 takes in the best of East Gippsland nature after three years recovery from devastating bushfires

Join the eight-day nature-based tour from 3-10 October 2022 takes in the best of East Gippsland nature after three years recovery from devastating bushfires

Journey inclusions

The inspiration for this tour comes from a special place, to support some of the communities impacted by the summer 2019-20 bushfires.

  • Return transport from Melbourne
  • 7 nights' accommodation
  • All travel and meals
  • Education and interpretation from two highly skilled guides

This is an opportunity to appreciate the amazing regrowth and profusion of spring wildflowers. In addition the itinerary includes many areas that were not fire affected at all.

Journey highlights

Parts of the week long itinerary will visit areas burnt almost three years ago in the Summer 2019-20 bushfires when large swathes of East Gippsland burnt under extreme weather conditions.

For more information, visit and download the itinerary at the Gippsland High Country Tours web page.

Pictures from Visit Gippsland website.


Source: http://gippsland.com/

Published by: news@gippsland.com



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