Located in the rolling green hills of the beautiful Gippsland region,
Korumburra has a rich history which can be seen in the one of Victoria's largest
outdoor living museums, the Coal Creek Heritage Village.
Coal was discovered
in 1872, with the industry reaching its peak during the mid-1890s with the
completion of the rail line. Today, Korumburra is a rich dairy and cattle hub.
Built on high ground, Korumburra has great view of the Strzelecki Ranges to
the north and across the valley to the Bass Strait in the south.
Check out our
listing of Korumburra accommodation. In addition to our listed online travel guide
information, contact the local tourism visitor centre for your destination for
more attractions, tours, local maps and other information.