This blissfully undeveloped part of the coast is one of Gippsland’s most beautiful corners, with long stretches of remote white-sand beach. The 19km coastal route from Marlo to Cape Conran is particularly pretty, bordered by banksia trees, grass plains, sand dunes and the ocean.
The region offers fantastic fishing, good surf and some lovely walks – it's one for those seeking long, lazy days spent between the campsite and the beach. There's no internet or mobile coverage out this way, so bring a good book!
The Aboriginal Gunai and Kurnai people are the traditional custodians of Cape Conran. The Krauatungalung clan lived here for tens of thousands of years, as evidenced by midden sites you can visit.