Gippsland Lakes, Lakes Entrance

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The Gippsland Lakes are a network of lakes, marshes and lagoons in east Gippsland, Victoria, Australia covering an area of about 354 square kilometres (137 sq mi). The largest of the lakes are Lake Wellington (Gunai language: Murla), Lake King (Gunai: Ngarrang) and Lake Victoria (Gunai: Toonallook). The lakes are collectively fed by the Avon, Thomson, Latrobe, Mitchell, Nicholson and Tambo rivers.

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  • Beautiful location surrounded by the lakes. We went on ferry ride across the lakes. Can watch seals and dolphins as well.  more »
  • Lovely area but not a lot for elderly people. We did a few walks. Wanted to do the Entrance walk but after 25 minutes one way we gave up. Didn't realise it was sand all the way and hard going. We...  more »
  • Awesome weather and a nice for a walk and talk. The beach is also great.
  • I loved it because it was bioluminescent, it glows at night!

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