Gippsland Lakes Boating Information

Your best information resource providing handy must have tools; essential for getting around the Gippsland Lakes, written by locals who know.

The Gippsland Lakes offers you 400 square kilometres of pristine waterways to explore

Sheltered waterways, secluded coves, navigation details, favourite camping and fishing spots, locations of jetties and toilet facilities, marine and native wildlife parks; find all these details right here.

 
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Lakes Entrance - Cunningham Quay
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Kalimna Jetty
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Lakes Entrance - Myer Street Jetty
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Lakes Entrance - Reeve Landing
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Paynesville - Progress jetty
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Lakes Entrance - Wyanga Park Winery
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Rotamah Island
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Sperm Whale Head
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Steamer Landing
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Eagle Point
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Emu Bight
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Lakes Entrance
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Gravelly Beach / Point (Raymond Island)
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Resides Jetty (Raymond Island)
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Plover Point
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Paynesville
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Tambo River
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Bairnsdale on the Mitchell River
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PS Curlip needs your help
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Nungurner
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Boating on the Gippsland Lakes
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Canvas Barn Marine Trimming
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Barrier Landing
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Metung
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Duck Arm & Picnic Arm
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Nicholson River
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Gippsland Lakes Burrunan Dolphins
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Love Our Lakes
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Tourism Victoria Gippsland Lakes "Inspired" Video
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ArcGIS Gippsland Lakes Online Interactive Mapping Tool
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Ocean Grange
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