You will need to use a boat to explore the marine park further offshore, where some of the underwater landscapes are outstanding. There are boat
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You will need to use a boat to explore the marine park further offshore, where some of the underwater landscapes are outstanding.
There are boat launching facilities at Inverloch on Andersons Inlet, although the sand bar at the mouth of the inlet can be hazardous.
A concrete boat ramp at Cape Paterson gives access to the park, but it is exposed and may also be dangerous in poor weather conditions.
20 Nov 2013
Parks Victoria, the Friends of the Parks and Reserves of the Gippsland Lakes and the Lakes Entrance Community Landcare Group recently united for a working bee at the Gippsland Lakes. The focus of the working bee was to hand-weed the invasive species Euphorbia paralias, commonly known as ‘sea spurge’ at…