In Gippsland there are some great opportunities for scenic cruising. The Gippsland Lakes, surrounded by national parks, towns and farmland, and with the Ninety Mile Beach just over the sand dunes, offer a variety of sights to take in. For those who prefer to explore the lakes system themselves, hiring a cruiser is a perfect choice. Spend the time on the water, or tie up to a jetty or moor on a beach and explore the area's towns and surrounding bushland.
Offering short water taxi services for up to 4 people who wish to visit remote locations around Lakes Entrance which have jetties for bushwalking or relaxation. Educational boat tours are also available at certain times of year which focus on wildlife and include short guided walks.lakes-explorer-sea-safari-water-taxi.business.site
Hop aboard a 10 metre fibreglass boat at Port Welshpool and choose from a range of cruise options. Scenic cruises provide a different perspective of the iconic Long Jetty and incredible views of the Corner Inlet basin. There are also sunset cruises and family fishing charters available.www.longjettypromcruises.com.au
Take a luncheon cruise through the Gippsland Lakes from Lakes Entrance to Metung on the ML Stormbird or one of the longer scenic cruises on the MV Thunderbird into Lake King and Lake Victoria, passing by Paynesville, Raymond Island and around the shores of Metungwww.peelscruises.com.au
Board The Rubeena, a classy 1912 wooden boat fitted with an electric motor, for a cruise from the Port of Sale along the Thomson River to the historic Swing Bridge. Spot a myriad of birdlife and wildlife on the journey as you drift back into a different time and discover the history behind what was once an important transport route.www.saleheritagecruises.com.au
Wildlife Coast Cruises offers an incredible adventure as you cruise around one of Victoria's most beautiful and national areas - Wilsons Promontory. See untouched islands and rugged coastlines that are inaccessible by land, including stunning rock formations and spectacular marine and wildlife areas. The modern catamaran cruiser departs from Port Welshpool jetty, with coach pick-up available from towns along the coast.www.wildlifecoastcruises.com.au
Operating out of Port Albert and Port Welshpool, Wyldside Charters offers fishing and tour charters in Corner Inlet, Bass Strait and Wilsons Promontory. Try your hand at inshore and offshore fishing or just relax and enjoy a sightseeing cruise with visits to remote beaches.www.wyldsidecharters.com.au