Secrets of Camping in Lakes Entrance
As the biggest fishing port and inland waterway of Victoria, Lakes
Entrance is well-known among fun-seekers for its Gippsland Lake. Here,
you can enjoy the utmost of water-sports and unlimited relaxation that
Australia has to offer. However, if you have a mind to spend a few
nights here, then camping in Lakes Entrance is the best decision.
If you are geared-up to go camping then check the necessary
requirements. First time visitors of Australia need to have a camping
permit from the wildlife services. Next, you need swag, mosquito net and
a functional camp stove. Take care that you are not interrupted by
cattle while you camp.
While camping in Lakes Entrance you can choose ‘Golden’ Beach for the
perfect haven of camping sites. Situated between Paradise Beach and The
Honeysuckles, these are wonderful spots for starting a camp-fire. But if
you are keen to add the ‘floaty’ feel to your camping ventures, don’t
miss the boat based bush camping sites around Bunga Arm in Steamer
Landing. Don’t fear running out of your supplies because these sites
have adequate drinking water and other amenities. For a total family
tour, Eastern Beach Tourist Park is the right place to be in. Here, you
would get supplies of tents, caravan and RV.
Camping grounds of Lakes Entrance
Lakes Riviera Country Caravan Park: Under the dreamy shades of
cottonwood trees, comfortable lounges and laundries are available for
Koonwarra Family Holiday Park: It specializes in warm-water pools
and spa for that plush feeling.
Caravan Park and Camping Ground: It offers both cabins (powdered
and non-powdered) and playgrounds for adults and kids alike.
Besides this, you can also purchase The Camping Guide to Victoria
that lists the names of more than 560 camp sites, national parks,
conservation reserves and forests where you can enjoy your camping
expeditions. Thus, carry out an ‘overnight picnic’ that is
far-from-ordinary while camping in Lakes Entrance.
If you don't mind a
bit of bush camping, this
free camping spot is 12km NW from lakes entrance in the
Colquhoun State Forest.