Plover Point


27th February 2017
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Plover Point is a beach sandbar on the far western end of the McLennan Strait that runs between Lake Wellington and Lake Victoria on the Gippsland Lakes.

Surrounded by the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, Plover Point is a home habitat to a variety of birdlife.

There are no facilities or jetties at Plover Point, and beach access is the only method of disembarking; visitors will need to be 100% self sufficient and use of a ladder to get ashore may be required for larger boats.

Plover Point is a popular 1st stop for boats travelling across lake Wellington early in the morning or a good location to pull up; watch and encourage the participants of two classic boating events that pass through McLennan Straight, the Marley Point Yacht Race and the Sale to Sea disability challenge.









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