The Ninety Mile Beach is a beautiful and unspoilt stretch of coastline that encompasses beach towns and fishing villages. It's where the Gippsland Lakes, which is Australia's largest inland waterway, meets the ocean.
Secluded beachside town, ocean fishing, camping
Popular coastal resort, fishing industry
Fishing and boating village surrounded by the Gippsland Lakes
Gippsland Lakes town overlooking Raymond Island, popular with boating enthusiasts
Small village overlooking pristine beach, fishing