LAKES ENTRANCE | When visiting Lakes Entrance, a visit to the beautiful Ninety Mile Beach is a must. The 151 kilometre (94 mile) sandy stretch of beach faces Bass Strait and backs the Gippsland Lakes. It’s length makes it the fourth longest stretch of uninterrupted beach in the world.
While not a surfing beach, there’s no shortage of things to do here. The beach offers a wide variety of activities such as swimming, camping, picnicking, whale watching, and beach and water-based activities. Aside from that, it’s simply a pleasure to walk along the golden sand, watching the waves of clear blue water crash onto the shore.
Long slender sand dunes and the absence of rocky outcrops or headlands make for an uninterrupted vista as far as the eye can see. As well as Lakes Entrance, the beach can also be reached the via towns of Woodside Beach, Seaspray, Golden Beach and Loch Sport.
The beach is very accessible, with wheelchair access beach wheelchair hire available from both the Lakes Entrance Main Beach and Surf Lifesaving Club and the Seaspray Surf Life Saving Club.
Ninety Mile Beach