Begin your boating journey in Sale and go on to explore the vast Gippsland Lakes and beyond. The Port of Sale provides access to the entire lakes region, eventually connecting to the ocean at Lakes Entrance. Take time out to relax at the Port of Sale precinct with its selection of cafes and restaurants, or check out local artistic talents at the renowned Gippsland Art Gallery-Sale.Spend an afternoon exploring photos, stories and displays detailing Gippsland's military involvement at the Gippsland Armed Forces Museum. And if you're lucky you might well see the famous RAAF Roulettes aerobatic team in action as they train in the skies over the city. Hit the boardwalks and explore the Sale Wetlands. Wander through woodlands and grasslands, along the Flooding Creek Track, passing through Red Gum woodlands along the way.A cool temperate rainforest boasting lush walking trails, abundant wildlife and waterfalls ─ Tarra Bulga National Park is a must-see for nature lovers. Leave the noise of the city behind and catch owls, possums, wombats and platypuses in their natural habitat.
Sales has a wide variety of accommodation including motels, hotels and serviced apartments.