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Towns on the Gippsland Lakes & 90 Mile Beach

  The Gippsland Lakes is the largest inland lake system in Australia. To help protect this amazing lakes system the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park was established in 1979 and covers the area all the way from Seaspray in the south to Lakes Entrance in the north. The...

5 things to do in Lakes Entrance

For many people visiting Gippsland in summer means only one thing, time to hit the beaches! Gippsland is blessed with some great beaches and none are more popular than the 90 Mile Beach. It's fine white sand, blue waters and sand dunes as far as the eye can see, make...

Marley Point on Lake Wellington

Marley Point is one of those family-friendly, laid back, easily accessible spots on the Gippsland Lakes that is well worth a visit. Be it a day trip, camping or just for a swim in Lake Wellington. Marley Point is best known as the location for the Marley...

Phillip Island Koala Conservation Centre

Phillip Island is in far south Gippsland, about as far as Gippsland stretches. Phillip Island would be the most popular of Gippsland tourist attractions. Phillips Islands close proximity to Melbourne allows it to draw bug crowds all year around. The Koala Conservation...

Where to have a BBQ in Gippsland – Newlands Arms

Where: Newlands Arm Boat Ramp on The Gippsland Lakes Whats 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, its only small but enough the keep the kids occupied...

Gippsland Immigration Park & Heritage Walk

As you drive through Morwell on the old Princes Highway just past McDonald's going one way or just past Mid Valley Shopping Centre Morwell the other way is Lake Kernot. Lake Kernot is home to Kernot Hall and the Gippsland Immigration Park and Heritage...