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  • Colquhoun State Forest

    Located between Lakes Entrance, Nowa Nowa and Bruthen, this forest features a variety of native flora and fauna, the Stony Creek Trestle Bridge, walking tracks and picnic areas

  • Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

    Australia's largest and most beautiful inland waterways, the Gippsland Lakes are a network of lakes, marshes and lagoons covering over 600 square kilometres. The Lakes are separated from the ocean by coastal dunes known as Ninety Mile Beach, from Seaspray to Lakes Entrance. Bird and marine life thrive here, with lake dolphins and pelicans frequenting many locations.

  • Lakes History Centre & Museum

    Housed in the former Johnsonville school building, the museum exhibits items of historical significance to the Lakes Entrance region

  • Lake Tyers State Park

    This park surrounds much of Lake Tyers and extends from the Ninety Mile Beach east of Lakes Entrance and inland to Mount Nowa Nowa. Activities include boating, fishing, camping, bushwalking and forest drives.

  • Nyerimilang Heritage Park

    Magnificent views and a rich variety of plant and birdlife are some of this Gippsland park's attractions. The highlight is Nyerimilang Homestead, in a delightful garden setting on a cliff top above the beautiful Gippsland Lakes. Perfect picnic spots are surrounded by garden and scenic walks meander along bush and farm tracks, past Kurrajong trees, wetland areas and through the East Gippsland Indigenous Plant Garden.