EASTERN VICTORIA REGION PROFILE
Features of the Region:
Area: 44,456 square kilometres.
Towns: Bairnsdale, Boolarra, Belgrave, Churchill, Cowes, Drouin, Hastings, Korumburra, Lakes Entrance, Leongatha, Lilydale, Mallacoota, Mirboo North, Moe, Mornington,
Morwell, Omeo, Orbost,Pakenham, Rosebud, Rye,Traralgon, Warragul, Wonthaggi, Yarram, Yinnar
Eastern Victoria Region is a mixed urban and rural electorate.
Natural features include Wilsons Promontory National Park, the Dandenong Ranges National Park, The Alpine National Park and the Ninety Mile Beach.
The Region also includes Corner Inlet, the Snowy River country, Mount Baw Baw, and a series of lakes and islands.
It covers Phillip Island, French Island and the Mornington Peninsula. Industries include tourism, intensive farming and power production.
Gippsland East District
Gippsland South District
The Region covers the east of the state south of the Northern Region. It extends from the Monington Peninsula and the boundaries of the Metropolitan Regions to Gabo Island and the State Border with NSW. The map shows the towns of Bairnsdale, Belgrave, Cowes, Drouin, Hastings, Korumburra, Lakes Entrance, Leongatha, Lilydale, Mallacoota, Moe, Mornington, Morwell, Omeo, Orbost, Pakenham, Rosebud, Rye, Traralgon, Warragul, Wonthaggi, Yarram.
Jane Garrett MP: Member for Eastern Victoria Region
Inspired by Gippsland
Inspired by Gippsland Facebook Page
Yarra Valley and the Dandenong Ranges
Some great things to do in Gippsland – courtesy of The Urban List
Latrobe City Council Website