Discover the best top things to do in Lakes Entrance, Australia including Lonsdale Eco Cruises, Footbridge Mini Golf, Icecream & Lolly Shop, Mako Fishing Charters, Lakes Entrance Helicopters, Venture Out Australia, Lakes-Explorer Water Taxi & Boat Tours, Wyanga Park Winery, Gippsland Lakes, Lakes Entrance Beach, Cunninghame Arm Footbridge.
Restaurants in Lakes Entrance
5.0 based on 294 reviews
A leisurely 3hr cruise from Lakes Entrance through to Metung , staying onboard but visiting many places of interest including The Entrance to see the beautiful 90mile beach & Bass Strait , Keep a look out for seals & our resident Dolphins , numerous bird life & wildlife & of course Mels famous scones cooked onboard as you cruise , tea/herbaltea/coffee,biscuits & nice cold water provided in your ticket price but are most welcome to BYO drinks or a picnic lunch ! Bathroom facilities onboard !
5.0 based on 151 reviews
A four in one shop. Interactive mini golf, yummy scoop ice cream (30 plus flavors), oodles of lollies, hot chips, soft drinks and a variety plants to choose from. All welcome to come and have some fun.
This is not the average mini golf set up & appeals to all ages. It is very creative and the balls disappear into some weird & wacky places. The team are very organised and do their best to ensure social distancing is maintained. It is also a great place to get your sugar fix. I will be back.
5.0 based on 29 reviews
Local Father & Son team with years of experience out of Lakes Entrance, we know all the best local fishing grounds and target species getting around including but not limited to Gummy Shark, Snapper, Flathead and Morwong. Prices are as follows: 5.5hr ocean charter - $150 3.5hr ocean charter - $100 3.5hr lake charter - $60 please visit our website for more info and updates. regards, Tony & Tyson.
5.0 based on 29 reviews
Lakes Entrance Helicopters provides Scenic Flights, Heli-Experiences, Charters and tailored helicopter services for events and special occasions in the East Gippsland, Victoria region.
5.0 based on 98 reviews
Venture Out is in the business of adventure! We run mountain bike tours through our local forest single track and offer mountain bike rental so you can choose your own adventure. We also rent kayaks, Stand Up Paddleboards and Hobies for you to enjoy the Gippsland Lakes & Rivers. Make the most of your days here and check out our Ride & Dine or Paddle & Dine packages to enjoy the food, beer & wine of our region. We also offer a shuttle service for you to ride or paddle point to point & we will bring you back.
5.0 based on 49 reviews
Skipper Pete runs a Water-taxi service and educational Eco-Tour (Sea-Safari) based at Lakes Entrance. Passenger capacity: Educational Tours & Water-Taxi - 3 adults and 1 child (under 10yo). . CovidSafe Plan in operation. Tours operate on the calm water-ways around Lakes Entrance. The modern (2017) and quick commercial ferry vessel "Lakes-Explorer” is designed to carry passengers to unique and remote locations. Skipper Pete is a Certified Eco-Guide (Eco-Tourism Australia), State Government Licensed Tour Operator, former National Park Ranger (Coastal & Marine), qualified tour guide, member of Wildlife Tourism Australia, member of Birdlife Australia and involved in various wildlife Citizen Science projects. We have been operating since 2007. Winner of 2018 best Marine business in East Gippsland. We have no set departure times as Eco-tours (Sea-Safari) and Water-taxi services are dependant on suitable weather and wildlife viewing.
4.5 based on 134 reviews
Delicious lunch with friends. 2 artsy comfy rooms inside, 2 outside deck areas or sit out the front under the trees, or enjoy the outside fire. Friendly service appreciated. Men folk ordered the burger, made from steak minced on site - you could tell it was awesome, all the best extras including pineapple, served with the best chips with rosemary/garlic salt. They could not stop raving, best burger ever. My friend had the Korean Beef Bowl, it was amazing and I had the Thai Seafood Soup, so delicious and just bordering on not too hot. Beautiful presentation and good care taken with the meals. The wines were delicious. We ate inside and then took another bottle of wine to the front garden. Lovely surroundings. While casual, was a quality experience. Coming back again and bringing our out of town friends. You can also arrive by boat but let them know ahead and they will pick you up from the jetty.
4.5 based on 152 reviews
Australia's largest and most beautiful inland waterways, the Gippsland Lakes are a network of lakes, marshes and lagoons covering over 600 square kilometres. The Lakes are separated from the ocean by coastal dunes known as Ninety Mile Beach. Bird and marine life thrive here, with lake dolphins and pelicans frequenting many locations.
The Gippsland Lakes are a series of lakes ... the largest of these lakes are Lake King, Lake Wellington and Lake Victoria. They cover an area of about 350 square kilometres. These lakes are collectively fed by the Avon, Thomson, Latrobe, Mitchell, Nicholson and Tambo rivers. These form the largest network of inland waterways in Australia making them a great place to visit for a variety of reasons... whether you enjoy fishing, water sports, swimming, walking or simply relaxing... This area of Gippsland has everything covered. There are also approximately 400 indigenous flora species and 300 native fauna species. Three plants, two of them being orchid species, are listed as endangered. There are also Southern Right whales and Humpback whales using the Lake Entrance area ... and the area is home to at least 50 species of dolphins which includes the Burrunan dolphin. It's a really wonderful place to visit all year round.
4.5 based on 135 reviews
Very pretty beach with lots of space on the sand. Rough waves at times so be careful. Lovely area of Victoria, highly recommend
4.5 based on 30 reviews
Great to have a pleasant walk alongside lake and crossing Cunningham bridge to land at Main beach. Can play at lake side water.
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