Paradise Beach Campground

Paradise Beach Campground

Paradise Beach Campground

Paradise Beach Campground

Paradise Beach Campground

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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.
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Escape to Paradise Beach on the western side of Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park for a dog-friendly coastal stay.

You'll find this little slice of secluded paradise perched between the ocean and Lake Reeves — nestled amongst tea tree and coastal banksia.

Offering 12 unpowered sites with non-flush toilets and communal fireplaces, some sites are suitable for caravans, while others are for tents, campervans, and camper trailers only.

With easy access to the beach, explore the secluded stretches of sand, ride the waves, take a dip in the ocean, or try your luck at surf fishing.

Feast on your catch of salmon or snapper back at camp, or gather with friends and family for a picnic in the shelter of a large rotunda.

Things to do in the area

 
A woman enjoys a cup of tea while sat at a picnic table infront of her tent at Bunga Arm Campsite in the Gippsland Lakes.

Camping in Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park

The campground is separated from the beach by a stretch of fenced vegetation. There is access to the beach from the Paradise Beach camping area. Use this access points to reduce damage to the sensitive coastal vegetation.

Ninety Mile Beach Marine National Park

Located 30km south of Sale and adjacent to Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, this park covers 5km of coastline. This untamed stretch of coastline runs alongside the slender strip of sand dunes that protect the Gippsland Lakes.
The Homestead at Nyerimilang Heritage Park in the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park.

Nyerimilang Heritage Park

Magnificent views and a rich variety of plant and birdlife are some of this Gippsland park’s attractions. A highlight is Nyerimilang Homestead, in a delightful garden setting on a cliff top above the beautiful Gippsland Lakes.

How to get there

Paradise Beach

Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park is located in East Gippsland. The western section of the park is accessible by a sealed road via Seaspray and Golden Beach. Paradise Beach Campground is located in campgrounds along Shoreline Drive.

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Need to know

Paradise Beach

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Parks

    Seasonal road closures 2022

    Some roads in this park are subject to seasonal road closures. Seasonal road closures generally operate from after the long weekend in June through to the end of October, but may be extended due to seasonal conditions. Visit the seasonal road closures page for maps and more information.

  • Paradise Beach Campground (Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park)

    Paradise Beach Campground beach access closure

    The northern beach access track at Paradise Beach Campground is closed until further notice. Erosion has caused the steps leading to the beach to collapse. 

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Beach Access Closure

    Due to recent storm events leaving a severe drop at the end of the beach access track, the camps 2, 5 & 17 beach access tracks are closed until further notice. There is currently no beach access at camps 2, 5 & 17. 

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A couple in their thirties play with their dog at Johanna Beach Campground next to their tent and campervan.

Johanna Beach Campground

Nestled between coastal sand dunes, a lush, grassy hinterland and a prime surf beach, the dog-on-lead friendly Johanna Beach Campground has everything you need for an unforgettable seaside camping experience. Take in the salty ocean vistas, go surfing, fishing or hike a section of the Great Ocean Walk.
A woman enjoys a cup of tea while sat at a picnic table infront of her tent at Bunga Arm Campsite in the Gippsland Lakes.

Bunga Arm

Accessible only by boat, Bunga Arm was formed over many thousands of years when sand, deposited by the sea, built up between the original bay (now Lake Victoria) and the ocean. Approximately 250 metres divides the tranquil waters of Bunga Arm from the pounding surf of Bass Strait - and you can stay at one of the seven boat-based bush campsites located there. If you don’t have your own boat to access Bunga Arm, you can hire one at one of the lakeside towns.
A tent setup next to a banskia serrata tree  at Emu Bight Campground in the Lakes National Park

Emu Bight Campground

Emu Bight is a peaceful family-friendly campground tucked away in the bush near the shores of Lake Victoria.
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