Lakes Entrance is the gateway to the Gippsland Lakes, which is Australia's largest inland water system. Lakes Entrance is located on Ninety Mile Beach and can be found 360km east of Melbourne. It is a popular holiday destination due to it's large water areas, making fishing, boating, swimming and surfing popular past times in the area.
Aboriginal Arts and Crafts
There are some genuine Aboriginal artifacts here as well as arts and craft items for sale. 239 The Esplanade (03 5155 3302).
Entrance Walking Track
Just over the footbridge in Lakes Entrance there is a bush and beach walking track that is very scenic and will take approximately two hours return.
Griffith's Sea Shell Museum
This museum features at least 90,000 shells and also has a gift shop and a model railway area. 125 The Esplanade (03 5155 3000).
Kinkuna Country Fun Park
This is a fun place for families as there are pools, water slides and toboggan rides. There is also a wildlife section where a highlight is the feeding of the lions. Princes Highway (03 5155 3000).
This park is situated on Lake King and has bush walking trails, picnic areas and also overlooks three islands in the area.(03 5156 3253).
Wyanga Park Winery
Located 10km from town, there are wine tasting's here as well as a restaurant. The winery also runs popular day and evening cruises from Lakes Entrance Club Jetty. (03 5155 1508).