Lakes Entrance Accommodation, Hotels, Tours & Information
Places nearby Lakes Entrance
- Bellbird Creek
- Bemm River
- Bete Bolong
- Bingo Munjie North
- Black Snake Creek
- Brodribb River
- Butchers Ridge
- Cabbage Tree Creek
- Cann River
- Chandlers Creek
- Clifton Creek
- Club Terrace
- Crooked River
- Dinner Plain
- Doctors Flat
- Eagle Point
- Errinundra National Park
- Flaggy Creek
- Forge Creek
- Gabo Island
- Gipsy Point
- Glen Valley
- Glen Wills
- Golden Beach
- Goon Nure
- Granite Rock
- Haydens Bog
- Hollands Landing
- Hotham Heights
- Iguana Creek
- Kalimna West
- Lake Tyers
- Lake Tyers Beach
- Lindenow South
- Loch Sport
- Martins Creek
- Mount Taylor
- Newlands Arm
- Nowa Nowa
- Ocean Grange
- Raymond Island
- Sardine Creek
- Suggan Buggan
- Swan Reach
- Swifts Creek
- Tambo Crossing
- Tamboon South
- The Brothers
- The Fingerboards
- The Walnuts
- Tonghi Creek
- Tongio West
- Toorloo Arm
- Upper Tambo
- W Tree
- Wuk Wuk
- Wy Yung
A much loved Victorian holiday spot, Lakes Entrance occupies a spectacular position in the memories of holiday-makers and on the edge of Ninety Mile Beach where the Gippsland Lakes meet the Southern Ocean.
Summer is spent on the water in Lakes Entrance. Cross the footbridge to the popular Ninety Mile Beach surf beach, patrolled by lifesavers during the summer months, or take a hike to 'the entrance' of the Gippsland Lakes.
The Lakes Entrance township has an easy seaside charm that invites visitors to unwind and relax. It doesn't get much more laid-back than a boat cruise on the Gippsland Lakes, the largest inland network of waterways in Australia. You can get more active and hire a paddleboat or catamaran.
Head to Jemmy's Point Lookout for sweeping views of the town, lakes and the entrance. Cycle the Gippsland Lakes Discovery Trail from Bairnsdale. Make Lakes Entrance your base as you explore the historic Nyerimilang Homestead and Park and the beautiful Lake Tyers Township and the Lake Tyers Forest Park.
Lakes Entrance is renowned as a 'seafood capital' due to the large number of fishing trawlers operating in the area. Catch your own fish or savour the catches from fresh seafood shops.
Play a round of golf at either one of the golf courses or tee off for fun at one of the mini golf parks.
Lakes Entrance is approximately four hours from Melbourne along the Princes Highway. It is serviced daily by rail to Bairnsdale and then coach to Lakes Entrance from Melbourne.
Lakes Entrance: Where To Go / Sightseeing
Nyerimilang Heritage Park
Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.
Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.
Nungurner, VIC, 3909
Located 7.7K from Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance: Events
Bronze Camp - Lakes Entrance
The Surf Bronze Camp provides an excellent opportunity to learn new skills in an activity, which not only offers personal and physical development but also an invaluable community service while having fun at the beach.
Applications close 30 November, so make sure to book early.
The Hummocks Main Beach
Lakes Entrance, VIC, 3909
Located 1.0K from Lakes Entrance
Opera By The Lakes
Featuring international music theatre star Silvie Paladino, with Opera Australia and Opera Victoria starJeremy Kleeman, plus Coloratura Soprano Georgia Wilkinson and award winning Il Davo Opera five tenors.
A stunning venue, set in natural amphitheatre with views across the lakes that take your breath away, with glorious voices.
Pre-order a boxed picnic, or bring your own picnic, chairs provided. Do not bring your own alcohol, wine can be purchased at the venue, afternoon tea available from Red Cross.
Tickets on sale now by contacting booking office by telephone. This is a ticketed event and it does sell out.
20 Cliff Road
Nyerimilang, VIC, 3909
Located 5.3K from Lakes Entrance
Bruthen Blues and Arts Festival
The Bruthen Blues and Arts festival is held in the main street of town and apart from the main events and some workshops, it is free to enter.
The weekend has something for everyone, kicking off with the Friday night Jam Competition. Bring the family and wander the main street markets, the local brewery, bakery, cafes, music shop and second-hand stores. With free music on the street stage, followed by the laid back, family friendly Blues Cafe at the Hall and the Big Blues Bash event at the Bruthen Inn Hotel on the Saturday night, the festival provides entertainment right across the weekend.
The free street stage music and market continues on Sunday, along with the popular parade and the Duck Race on the Tambo River. The Festival winds up Sunday afternoon with the Blues Recovery Session at the Bruthen Inn Hotel.
Bruthen, VIC, 3885
Located 23.5K from Lakes Entrance
Lakes Entrance: Travel Tips
Lakes Entrance Visitor Information Centre
With eight magnificent National Parks on the coast and in the high country of Gippsland, more than any other region of Australia. These include the Alpine National Park - Victoria's biggest, the Snowy River National Park and the UNESCO- listed Croajingalong National Park that embraces 100 kilometres of coastline.
The region has two of Australia's greatest driving routes. The Great Alpine Road, which winds through the Alpine National Park and Victoria's high country. The Sydney to Melbourne Coastal Drive, which in East Gippsland, starts at Croajingalong National Park and ends at the Gippsland Lakes.
With the country's biggest fishing port at Lakes Entrance, we're the fishing capital of Australia.
Book a lakeside apartment or canal villa with a boat moored at your private jetty, never leave the waterways for your entire holiday. Or stay in a country inn up in the clear mountain air of Victoria's Alpine country and simply wander through the wildflowers.
2 Marine Parade
Lakes Entrance, VIC, 3909
Located 0.8K from Lakes Entrance
Metung Visitor Information Centre
Metung is a small Village of 1100 permanent residents located on a narrow peninsula of land separating Bancroft Bay from Lake King. Situated in East Gippsland and ideally placed with the surrounding protected waters of the Gippsland Lakes.
The Metung Visitor Information Centre can also help with information on day boat hire, overnight cruiser or yacht hire, scenic cruises, galleries, restaurants, cooking school, walks, sightseeing, wineries, food trails, tours and scenic drives.
They are able to assist visitors with their free accommodation booking service, whether it be a motel, bed and breakfast, waterfront apartments, cabin, cottages and houses either in the village or the surrounding area, please contact Metung Visitor Information Centre.
Please contact Metung Visitor Information Centre for further information.
50 Metung Road,
Metung, VIC, 3904
Located 11.4K from Lakes Entrance