Website Design & Development for the East Gippsland region

We create beautiful, functional, all-device compatible East Gippsland websites at very affordable prices.

We have been building websites for the East Gippsland region and the surrounding areas since 2010 - we are a profitable, stable business and we will be here for the long haul. You might be surprised how affordable a professional website built right here in our local region could be.

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Website Design & Development for the East Gippsland region

East Gippsland Marketing Inc (EGMI)

Victorian Communications & Technology Pty Ltd

Connect Well East Gippsland & Wellington

East Gippsland Primary Care Partnership (PCP)

Gunai Kurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board

Errol Mason / Secrets of the Sambar

Mountain Cattlemen's Association of Victoria (MCAV)

A1 Trailers & Bairnsdale Trays & Welding

The Pizza Truck - Mobile Food Vendor

Eagle Point Cottages Accommodation

Dr Graeme Health Products & Massagers

Website Design & Development for the East Gippsland region

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Region Information

(According to Wikipedia)

East Gippsland is the eastern region of Gippsland, Victoria, Australia covering 31,740 square kilometres (14%) of Victoria. It has a population of 80,114.

The Shire of East Gippsland, also called Far East Gippsland, covers two-thirds (66%) of East Gippsland's area and holds half (50%) of its population. The Shire of East Gippsland is confusingly also referred to simply as East Gippsland. It excludes the Shire of Wellington (Central Gippsland). This article (currently) refers mainly to "Far East Gippsland".

East Gippsland's major towns include, from west to east, Bairnsdale (the largest town and administrative centre), Paynesville, Lakes Entrance, Orbost and Mallacoota. Smaller, but significant, towns in the more mountainous northern areas include Ensay, Swifts Creek, Omeo, and Buchan.

East Gippsland extends from the western watershed of the Mitchell and Thomson River catchments east and north to the New South Wales border. Rugged terrain makes farming difficult, even with fertilisers.