The Gippsland coast is home to thousands of people who live in or near one of the many coastal towns and settlements located between San Remo at the eastern end of Western Port and Mallacoota near the New South Wales border. The Gippsland coast remains in a largely natural state, being characterised by diverse natural environments, including important habitat for flora and fauna species protected by national parks, reserves and public foreshore land.

The Gippsland Coastal Board works with stakeholders in our region to protect and inform on important natural and heritage values significant to the state of Victoria and Australia.

Map: Victoria

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News Media Releases

Gippsland Boating Coastal Action Plan 2013

The 2013 Gippsland Boating Coastal Action Plan is an important strategic document for management of East Gippsland's waterways. The CAP can be accessed from the Boating CAP page.


Anderson Inlet Interactive Flood Visualization Tool
- Media Release
- Flood Inundation Models



Victorian Coastal Council Central Coastal Board Western Coastal Board Coastlinks Victoria


Acknowledgement of Country and Indigenous Australians

The Gippsland Coastal Board respectfully acknowledges the original custodians of what is now known as Victoria; their rich culture, deep affinity with the land and spiritual connection to it.


Photos on this site courtesy of Faye Bedford and Jeremy Neilson