Lake Tyers is accessed via the Princes Highway (A1) approx 5kms east of Lakes Entrance - a great holiday destination for fishermen and families.
Lake Tyers Beach enjoys a unique location surrounded by beaches, forests, ocean and the waters of the lake which is separate from the Gippsland Lakes and is renowned for outstanding prawning and fishing.
The shallow, sandy beaches inside the sandbar close Lake Tyers off from Bass Strait making it a great spot for the kids to splash about. On the outer side, there is the grandeur of the ninety mile beach, offering some excellent surf fishing.
The town occupies a position commanding magnificent views of the Ninety Mile Beach coastline and the lake, and despite its close proximity to Lakes Entrance is unspoilt by major development.
The Waterwheel Tavern has meals 7 days a week and is especially popular during summer months when you can dine on the verandah overlooking the ocean.
Accommodation is available at several Tourist Parks one of which is opposite the hotel for those who do not wish to wander far to the watering hole. There is a general store also close to the hotel.
There are several hire boats available who will take you out in search of the big flathead, flounder, garfish or bream.
Cruise Lake Tyers aboard the Rubena bookings at the Lakes Entrance Information Centre.
Surfing is popular at The Bluff, Shelley Beach well known amongst the surfing crowd