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Bird watching
Camping
Fishing
Horse riding
Hunting
Sight-seeing
Swimming
Water skiing
Yachting/Sailing

Boating

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…

Camping

There are a number of options for camping in the park. Sites are unpowered and most will accommodate up to six people and one vehicle. Most sites will fit a…

Entrance Bay

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…

Fishing

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…

Horse riding

Horse riding is permitted along formed tracks within the park west of Loch Sport and west of Merrimans Creek within the Ninety Mile Beach Marine National Park boundary. Horse riding…

Hunting

Licensed hunting of game duck, Stubble Quail and Hog Deer is only permitted in accordance with hunting regulations during the designated game seasons and in the nominated areas for each…

Swimming

There are swimming sites along the sheltered lake shores. Take great care when swimming along the Ninety Mile Beach. It is recommended that swimming be contained within flagged areas patrolled…

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