Sale is both the traditional and modern-day meeting place of Central Gippsland. The regional city lies along the Thomson River and grew as an early river port that connects to an endless system of lakes and rivers off the coast of Ninety Mile Beach. Sale is connected to Melbourne by rail and is just a 2.5-hour drive on the Princes highway.
This hub has everything you need in a regional city, with great facilities, great opportunities and a great community spirit.
The Port of Sale is the city's pride and joy - a naturally occurring canal that connects boats to the ocean at Lakes Entrance. It's a beautiful place for an afternoon stroll, picnic, or a cup of coffee at one of the nearby cafes that overlook the canal. Next to the Port of Sale, you will find Sale's fantastic Arts and Cultural precinct including the Gippsland Art Gallery and The Wedge performing arts and entertainment centre.
When it comes to filling your stomach, there is no shortage of excellent food and dining options on offer including traditional pubs, trendy cafes and eateries that serve up some of the region's best local produce. Take a stroll down Raymond Street to pick up any supplies
Sale is filled is beautiful green spaces including Lake Gutheridge, Lake Guyatt and the Sale Botanic Gardens. A couple of minutes' drive down the road you'll find the historic Swing Bridge, Australia's first moveable that allows steamboats to journey up the river. The surrounding wetlands are known as Sale Common where you can wind your way through native woodlands, salt marshes and grassland by boardwalk.
Sale is the perfect base for you to explore all of the wonderful things that the region has to offer.
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