Enjoy boat-based camping at Bunga Arm. Boat-based bush campsites are available at Bunga Arm east of Steamer Landing. Bookings are required for camping and fees apply. Contact Parks Victoria on 13 1963 for bookings. Dogs are not permitted on boats or on land in Bunga Arm.
Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park
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The tranquil Gippsland Lakes are a system of coastal lagoons separated from the Tasman Sea by the coastal dunes of the Ninety Mile Beach.
Seven rivers terminate at the lakes – the Latrobe, Avon, Nicholson, Tambo, Mitchell, Macalister and Thomson rivers.
A favourite holiday destination for many Victorians, days can easily be filled with a range of activities on the water or on dry land.
Boating and fishing are what attracts most to the lakes. You can bring your own boat or hire a cruiser, yacht or day boat.
Surf fishing along Ninety Mile Beach, or lake fishing from a boat, bank or jetty is popular with Bream, Flathead, Skip Jack, Luderick and Mullet the main fish caught.
Relax with a quiet paddle on the lake or river areas in a kayak or canoe.
Take a walk on the beach or through the bush.
Go for a swim along the sheltered lake shores.
Explore the park west of Loch Sport on horseback.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, the Gunaikurnai identify the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park as their Traditional Country.
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The Lakes provide excellent opportunities for boating and water skiing in designated areas. Boat ramps are situated at Seacombe, Wattle Point, Paynesville, Metung, Nungurner, Loch Sport and Lakes Entrance. Jetties for access to the park are provided at Barrier Landing, Drews Jetty, Ocean Grange, Silver Shot Landing and Steamer Landing.…
Enjoy camping at Paradise Beach. Designated campsites are situated between Paradise Beach and The Honeysuckles along Shoreline Drive at Golden Beach. There is access to the beach from the Paradise Beach camping area. Dogs are permitted (on a leash at all times) at Paradise Beach.
The entrance to the Gippsland Lakes was constructed in the 1880s. Before that time, the lakes were generally closed to the sea, with the barrier being breached only on rare occasions. The original construction involved wooden breakwaters extending a short distance out to sea, and some of the old construction…
Surf fishing along Ninety Mile Beach, or lake fishing from a boat, bank or jetty is popular throughout the park. Bream, Flathead, Skip Jack, Luderick and Mullet are the main fish caught. Please note that a recreational fishing licence is required for all coastal and inland waters.
Call Parks Victoria on 13 1963
07 Mar 2014
Parks Victoria has reopened two more Mallee parks ahead of the forthcoming Labour Day Long Weekend. Wyperfeld National Park and Lake Albacutya Park will reopen from today, however North West District Manager Dale Antonysen says a number of road closures will be in place throughout both parks. “Parks Victoria staff…