Burnt Bridge, Long Point, Crystal Bay and Cherry Tree are all very popular fishing spots with Bream and Flathead being the main species caught. Surf fishing is popular on the ocean beach at Pettmans and Gibbs Beaches. A recreational fishing licence is required to take fish (including bait and shellfish)…
Lake Tyers State Park
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Lake Tyers State Park extends from Lake Tyers Beach to Mount Nowa Nowa. Tall eucalypt forests surround the northern shores of Lake Tyers, and a thin sand spit divides the lake from the ocean.
The park offers opportunities for low impact bush camping in a natural environment, with fishing in the lake and on the Ninety Mile Beach. Lake Tyers State Park also offers a number of areas for picnics, beautiful bushwalks and forest drives.
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 Lake Tyers State Park as their Traditional Country.
Popular things to do
Lake Tyers is a popular location for boat based fishing. The tranquil waters of the numerous arms are ideal for canoeing with many species of birds being observed. Water skiing is only permitted in the lower lake.
Camping is available in the park, east of Nowa Nowa Arm. There are four camping areas – Pettmans Beach, Glasshouse, Camerons Arm (No. 1 Track) and Trident Arm. All of these areas have limited facilities. There is no booking required and no fees apply. Please note that camping is not…
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