Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

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Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park is one of the jointly managed parks within Gippsland. The Joint Management agreement recognises the fact that the Gunaikurnai people hold Aboriginal Title and maintain a strong connection to Country. As custodians of the land, they are the rightful people who speak for their Country. These parks and reserves are cultural landscapes that continue to be part of Gunaikurnai living culture. For more information on Joint Management, please visit the Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board and the Gunaikurnai Land and Waters Aboriginal Corporation.

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park adjoins an extensive lake system separated from the Tasman Sea by the sand dunes of Ninety Mile Beach. Swim, kayak, boat, or fish along the scenic expanses of sheltered water. Among the tranquil campgrounds, choose from 90 Mile Beach, Bunga Arm or Paradise Beach.

Set sail on the Gippsland Lakes. Hire a yacht, boat, canoe or kayak, bring your own or join a tour. 90 Mile Beach is well known for its surf fishing, while the calm waters of Gippsland Lakes are great for catching salmon, tailor, whiting, flathead and bream.

With many places to camp, pitch a tent along Shoreline Drive or Paradise Beach and hear the roar of the ocean in the distance. Or opt for the more remote fee based camping at Bunga Arm, only accessible by boat. If camping isn’t your thing, base yourself at accommodation in Loch Sport, Paynesville, Metung or Lakes Entrance – all gateways into the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park.

For more information on joint management please visit Gunaikurnai Traditional Owner Land Management Board

A man in a yellow jacket holding a cup of tea walks towards his partner in a tent

Bunga Arm Campground Bunga Arm Campground

Escape the crowds and make your way to Bunga Arm, a 250-metre sand barrier formed over thousands of years separating the tranquil waters of the Gippsland Lakes from the rough ocean swells of Bass Strait. Choose from seven scenic campgrounds only accessible by boat nestled on this bird-rich island.

A Koala in a tree.

Camping in Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park Camping in Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

In addition to the bookable sites at Bunga Arm and Paradise Beach there are some free campsites available on a no booking, no fees,camping is on a first in, first-served basis.

Two men fish along 90 mile beach.

Paradise Beach Paradise Beach

Pack your four-legged friend for dog-friendly car-based camping at Paradise Beach in Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, west of Loch Sport

Camping & accommodation

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park adjoins an extensive lake system separated from the Tasman Sea by the sand dunes of Ninety Mile Beach. Swim, kayak, boat, or fish along the scenic expanses of sheltered water. Among the tranquil campgrounds, choose from 90 Mile Beach, Bunga Arm or Paradise Beach.
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Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

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Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

Loch Sport Office
National Park Road
Loch Sport VIC 3851
13 1963
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