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Seal pup resting on the 90 Mile Beach near Go
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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 large tent with adjacent vehicle parking and some sites are suitable for camper trailers or caravans.

The western section of the park has two distinct types of camping – coastal camping with ready access to the beach (Shoreline Drive Campgrounds 1-19 and Paradise Beach Campground), and bush camping a short drive to Lake Victoria and Lake Wellington (Red Bluff and Spoon Bay). 

Boat based bush campsites are available at Bunga Arm east of Steamer Landing. 

Advance bookings and payment required year round for Bunga Arm and Paradise Beach,. 

Campgrounds 

  • boating - fishing

    Bunga Arm The Bunga Arm section of Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park was formed over many thousands of years when sand, deposited by the sea, built up by a barrier between the original…

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    Paradise Beach The campground is separated from the beach by a stretch of fenced vegetation. There is access to the beach from the Paradise Beach camping area. Use this access points to…

  • Camper in tent

    Red Bluff Access Red Bluff campground is accessed via sign posted sandy tracks off the Loch Sport Road Bookings No booking, no fees. Camping is on a first in, first-served basis. Dogs…

  • camping - evening

    Shoreline Drive camping Access The western section of the park is accessible by a sealed road via Seaspray and Golden Beach. Located along Shoreline Drive, the campground has ready access to the beach…

  • Camper in tent

    Spoon Bay Access Spoon Bay campground is accessed via sign posted sandy tracks off the Loch Sport Road. Bookings No booking, no fees. Camping is on a first in, first-served basis. Dogs…

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