- Getting to the Gippsland Lakes -
The Gippsland Lakes forms part of the East Gippsland region, and is situated around 3 hours drive east of Melbourne.
A region renowned for its charming waterfront villages, coastal towns, scenic drives and nature-based experiences, this is definitely a region easiest explored by car.
If you’re coming from Melbourne, East Gippsland is most easily accessed from the Monash Freeway (M1) which becomes the Princes Highway (M1/ A1), passing through Warragul, Traralgon, Sale, Bairnsdale and Lakes Entrance.
If you’re travelling from Sydney, the Sydney Melbourne Coastal Drive passes through the Gippsland Lakes region, en-route to Melbourne along the Princes Highway (M1/ A1).
Find your way around the Gippsland Lakes
Download the Gippsland Touring Map
- Getting to Our Retreats -
Jetty Road Retreat and Country House Retreat are both located in Nungurner, between Lakes Entrance and Metung, off the Princes Highway (A1).
Jetty Road Retreat
230 Nungurner Jetty Road, Nungurner
Country House Retreat
240 Nungurner Road, Nungurner