Where the lakes meet the sea

A sprawling network of blue coastal lagoons, the Gippsland Lakes are a family playground for anyone who loves the outdoors. Boating, camping, fishing or hiking, you won’t stay still for long. The lakes reach the coast at Lakes Entrance’s Ninety-Mile Beach, a seemingly never ending stretch of white sand, perfect for those long, long beach walks. 

Beyond the lakes, Gippsland is home to fertile green farmlands, fairy caves, the old gold mining town of Walhalla, and Wilsons Promontory, the Australian mainland’s southernmost tip where you can camp among kangaroos and wombats. Still wearing the scars of the bushfires, Gippsland is eager to have holidaymakers back enjoying its lakes once again. The Gunai/Kurnai people are the traditional custodians of this land.