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We found a parking place and went to the Ninety Mile Beach. I wanted to see it. It is not every day that we can see a beach 260 kms long! Wow!
The sand had an orange color. Attractive!
The dunes followed the beach and...More
We spent one night at this friendly, basic, caravan site, in our Motorhome. The park offered powered and unpowered sites, and our lot was a 2 minute easy-access walk onto the 90 mile beach. The owner was very helpful and we were able to hire...More
Visited Main Beach at Lakes Entrance over April school holidays. Unfortunately the weather was a bit cool for a swim and there weren't any lifeguards there. (Assume they are only there in summer) The beach goes on for miles and is very beautiful. It's an...More
I have always loved the Ninety Mile beach for it's natural state. Whether the weather is overcast painting dark, moody clouds over it...or the day shines brightly with an azure blue sky.. .it's a really beautiful place to venture to.
The intriguing aspect of this...More
Fantastic surf beach, quiet most time of the year. If you want a real break, why go somewhere that is overcrowded. South Gippsland and the Ninety Mile Beach are great places to visit if you want real family time!
There is nothing like a walk along a strip of pristine sand with the water lapping at your feet. Here the uninterrupted 'walk-view'' takes on addiitional siignifance as the horizon to horizon view begs just two questions; which way and how far?
This is a...More
Nature in its finest form. Untamed, rugged and rough surf beach. Some parts of this beach are definitely more suited to activities such as photography or sand castle making rather than water play or swimming. Great for taking a long walk however rug up as...More
We stayed for 2 nights early February as part of our trip along 90 mile beach but could easily have stayed longer. We chose a powered site for our caravan in a shady spot down the back, quite a hike to the amenities block but...More
We are staying for Australia Day weekend and park has no fresh drinking water for campers. We paid $40 per night. Been camping here for 40 years, with numerous changes of management, and have never had this occur before. The park changed Management approx 18...More
Beautiful scenery, we accessed at Woodside Beach, plenty of parking, toilets and BBQ.
There where also life savers, but don't expect them to be there all the time.
Great for walking, fishing, enjoying the scenery, but dangerous for swimming.