South Gippsland has a growing visitor economy and has rezoned two locations specifically to encourage tourism development. They are located near two of the most popular visitor destinations in the Shire, the renowned Wilsons Promontory National Park and Waratah Bay.
Development within Wilsons Promontory is restricted and the site is one of the closest properties to the Park. Both locations represent a great opportunity for investors to build world class tourism facilities and attract high value clients to the area.
The only tourist sites in South Gippsland with dedicated tourism zonings
Wilsons Promontory is the greatest attractor of visitors to South Gippsland
The sites have unique locations with great capacity to attract international visitors
About 1 million people visit South Gippsland each year.
About 400,000 people visit Wilsons Promontory each year.
The South Gippsland visitor economy is worth over $100 million per year.
South Gippsland Shire Snapshot
Visitor Economy Snapshot
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