Sale, located in the Gippsland Region, is considered to be the gateway to East Victoria. Visitors find attractions such as the Ninety Mile Beach, mountains and much more to explore when taking a holiday in this Australian town. With a long, rich history, beautiful parks and glimmering lakes, Sale is the perfect place to take a holiday and spend some time away from it all.
- Gippsland Armed Forces Museum
- Sale Swing Bridge
- Gippsland Lakes
- Wander down the boardwalk through the Sale Wetlands, with its freshwater marsh and red gum woodlands which support an enormous variety of birdlife
- Visit the Gippsland Art Gallery, showing contemporary, modern and historical exhibitions
- See Lake Guthridge, a low-lying retention basin, features a park for children, barbecues and a walking trail around the lake
With a temperate climate, Sale has warm, comfortable summers, cool winters and pleasant autumns and springs. The town experiences about 23 inches (584 mm) of rain annually. Average annual temperatures range between 75°F (24°C) in January and 59°F (15°C) in July.
Getting There & Around
Flights to Sale arrive at the Melbourne Airport. Hired cars, shuttles and buses transfer visitors to their accommodations in town, which is right off of the Princes Highway near Lake Guthridge.
Walking is the best way to see the town. A hired car is needed to reach farther destinations, and car hire agencies are easily located in town.
ibis Styles Sale (previously all seasons) is a suitable business and leisure base that showcases contemporary yet budget-friendly accommodations in the heart of Sale commercial district. Apart from... More
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