|Take the binoculars for some birdwatching at Wingan Inlet|
|Mallacoota Wharf VIC|
Under New Ownership
Spectacular 2 Hour Cruise of Croajingolong National Park aboard the M.V. Lochard.
Contact Captain Dale for further information
|Walk to the Wingan Rapids or stroll through the ferny pockets of rainforest. Bird watching is very popular in this area.|
|Approx 45 minutes fron Cann River. Start at the Thurra River Camp Ground approx 4kms 2 hours return. Souring sand dunes that tower 30metres above the Thurra River can be reached by a track winding to their summit through coastal banksias and heathland. Make sure you can retrace your steps back to camp.|
You may also like to consider the following which may be located nearby:
|Post Office Jetty on the Esplanade Lakes Entrance VIC 3909|
2 hour family cruise of the Gippsland Lakes aboard the 20 metre Thunderbird a 190 seat catamaran - a memorable Lakes Entrance experience.
Not to be Missed: The Stormbird 4 hour Cruise which includes lunch at the Metung Hotel.
Cruises depart from Post Office Jetty on the Esplanade.
The Peel family have been sailing the Gippsland Lakes for over 85 years.
Metung Cruise departs 11am daily (weather permitting)
|Across Footbridge Lakes Entrance VIC 3909|
"Holiday Fun For All Ages"
Paddleboats. Aquabikes. Catamarans. Canoes.
Paddleskis. Cruise Chair.
Body Boards for the Beach ID is required
Family Paddle Boat - Up to 5 Persons (4 adults 1 small child)
|Cunningham Quay 340 Esplanade Lakes Entrance VIC 3909|
Scenic Eco Nature Based Gippsland Lakes Cruise with Expert Commentary
On Board the Historic "Lonsdale"
Selection Of Cruises Available.
The Lonsdale is also Available for Private Functions.
Cruises depart from Cunningham Quay on the Esplanade (weather permitting)
|Lakes Squash & Movie Theatre|
|52 Myer Street Lakes Entrance VIC 3909|
Year Round, Modern, Air Conditioned Cinema Playing Latest Release Movies 2D and 3D
Squash and Racquet Ball. Hire Equipment.
Change Rooms/Showers. Licenced Coffee Shop.
Movie Info: 03 5155 1941
| Swim or surf only at beaches patrolled by lifeguards|
Always swim between the flags marking the area safer for swimming.
Read and obey the signs
Be careful where you dive accidents often result from diving into shallow waters.
Be aware of slippery banks and rocks when fishing
Dont swim under the influence of alcohol or drugs
Always swim under supervision
If you get into trouble in the water, stay calm. Signal for help, then float and wait for assistance
Float with a current or undertow. Dont try to swim against it.
When out on the water always wear the correct safety equipment.