Things to do in Sale, Victoria.
Take a stroll around the Lake Guthridge Walk, relax and enjoy a picnic or BBQ lunch in the BBQ area.
The walking track around both Lakes Guthridge & Guyatt is a great place for that early morning jog, be ready with cheery smile and hello to start the day. The lake is home to swans and other birdlife.
Located right next to the Sale Botanic Gardens and Children’s Adventure Playground, and to the east of Lake Guthridge, the Fauna Park & Botanic Gardens is home to a number of kangaroos & peacocks!
The Port of Sale is an exciting visitor attraction located in the centre of Sale.
Just to the South East of Sale and just off the South Gippsland Highway are the Sale Wetlands, home to a wealth of flora & fauna – both the boardwalk and bird hide give you a great opportunity to enjoy the various habitats and wildlife and there is also a walking track leading through woodlands and grasslands.
It is the Western Gateway to the Gippsland Lakes and only 2.5 hours from Melbourne.
The Port boasts extensive berthing facilities, marine pump out facilities, a 200m boardwalk, BBQ area and picnic shelters, promenade walk, fishing platforms, slipway, boat ramp and mooring facilities. Restaurants, entertain