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Visiting Lakes Entrance

Forever and a day at Lakes Entrance

Unsurpassable and more than even meets the eye! Abundant abodes, accommodation from the village van park to the chic sophistication and rarefied indulgence of five star resort relaxations. Who could ask for more?

Charters, cushy cruises, carnivals! Galleries, gaiety, gourmet food and the novel delight of the funky, floating Ferryman's Seafood Cafe! Bullock Island and the Fisherman's Co-op for fresh fish and food from the sea! Catch your own in the Strait or lull with the tidal shifts in the Lakes.

And if fishing's not your thing, a genteel cruise of the Lakes with luscious lunch at the memorable Metung Pub! Suitable for every season! Spot the dolphins, see the seals, diving, delving in the bays. Wonderful wildlife - fabulous and free.

And for the dabbling daredevil? Experience the ecstatic exhilaration of an aerial skydive tandem! Too true!

Layers of local history at the Lakes Entrance History Centre. Museum magic with a maritime feel!

For walkers and water-babies - the windswept shorelines, the blast and burst of blissful Bass Strait! Course along Cunninghame Arm at a cruisier pace! Or Tour Lake Tyers; spy sooty owls, the nightjar, the brilliant blue of the iconic azure kingfisher.

And as dusk descends...finish with a stroll across the footbridge to the perfection of the peninsula.

It's all so's just all so Lakes Entrance.


  • Colquhoun State Forest
  • Cunninghame Arm
  • Flagstaff Lookout
  • Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park
  • Jemmys Point Lookout
  • Kalimna Jetty
  • Lakes Art & Print Gallery
  • Lakes Entrance History Centre & Museum
  • Lake Tyers
  • Lake Tyers Forest Park
  • Ninety Mile Beach
  • Nyerimilang Heritage Park
  • Seafarers Multicultural Festival
  • Stony Creek Railway Bridge

More about Lakes Entrance (from Travel Victoria)