Where: Newlands Arm Boat Ramp on The Gippsland Lakes
What’s there: At the Newlands Arms boat ramp, you will find 2 hotplates ready for a BBQ. The BBQ’s are free to use. There is a child playground onsite, it’s only small but enough the keep the kids occupied while you cook. The kid’s playground is covered by a shade cloth, which is great for sun protection.
There are 3 sets of picnic tables, 2 under cover of a shade sail and one near the edge of the water in direct sunlight. There are public toilet facilities available to use. We have had a bbq a few times at Newlands Arms and found this location to be empty and uncrowded.
You will usually have the bbq facilities for yourself. This means the hot plates are generally clean and ready for use.
There is only 1 store at Newlands Arms, a handy convenience store selling the essentials. We suggest you bring everything you need for a bbq with you to Newlands Arms.
Things to do at Newlands Arms bbq area:
- Swimming – shallow sandy calm waters great for little kids
- Kite Flying – There is usually a light breeze.
- Fishing – There is a jetty to fish off
- Canoeing and boating
- Ball Games – There is a large grass area adjacent to the BBQ area for kicking a football and cricket.
- Drone flying
Where is Newlands Arms:
Newlands Arms is located just a stone through away from Paynesville Victoria and Bairnsdale on the Princes Highway in Gippsland.
- Bairnsdale to Newlands Arms 17.8km
- Paynesville to Newlands Arms 10.9km
Where to stay at Newlands Arms:
There are no hotels – motels in Newlands Arms. Your best choice is Paynesville accommodation. Paynesville has one of the best things to do in Gippsland. The Raymond Island Koala Walk is a special experience for the whole family
We hope this article from us here at Travels in Gippsland has you inspired to have a bbq today in Gippsland. For more amazing ideas on where to bbq in Gippsland click through to our Gippsland BBQ page for more brilliant inspiration.
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About the Author
Mark has grown up and lived in the Gippsland area all his life. Being born and raised in Gippsland he knows a thing or 2 about this amazing region. When Mark is not working he is out exploring the best of Gippsland with his wife and kids