Gippsland

Gippsland offers a wide array of rivers, lakes and beaches making it one of Australia’s best and most varied boating destinations. It is home to Australia’s largest and most beautiful inland waterways, the Gippsland Lakes covering over 600 square kilometers. The Lakes are separated from the ocean by coastal dunes known as Ninety Mile Beach.

Boating and sailing form a major part of the Gippsland tourism industry with a range of tour operators, fishing charters, cruisers, charter yachts or day boats operating in the region. Gippsland has a large range of launching ramps, public jetties and boat storage and many accommodation businesses also offer private jetty mooring.

Be inspired by boating in Gippsland and set sail into Gippsland’s vast expanse of lakes and rivers to explore stunning coastal parks, secluded beaches and mountain streams just perfect for a spot of fishing. Stop in at portside towns and take advantage of the excellent pubs, restaurants, picnic facilities, public jetties and marinas on offer.

For boating holiday inspiration visit inspiredbygippsland.com.au


Boat Ramps and Access:

Gippsland offers many boat ramps, berthing and moorings across the region.

Information can be found at Gippsland Ports: Gippslandports.vic.gov.au

Featured videos

Victoria has some wonderful waterways to spend time with family and friends. The more we see, the more we love boating. In this video our new friend Bridie, takes us around the Gippsland Lakes from Lakes Entrance to Metung and then to Paynesville for ice creams after trip over the sandhills to 90 Mile Beach.

 

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