Campsite Fees Contact Details: This used to be a free camp site, late in 2014 camping rules changed, and now you must pay to stay here.
Campsite Fees: Yes
Road Access: Asphalt
Parking Area: Gravel
Elevation above Sea Level: 10.7 metres
Drive through site: Yes
Big Rigs: No
Power Available: No
Dump Point: No
Rubbish Bins: Yes a few scattered here and there.
Drinking Water: Bring your own
Shade: Limited so be quick
Picnic Tables: No
Fixed Fire places: No
Fixed BBQ's: No
Pet Friendly: Yes Dogs Permitted
Childrens Playground: No
Short Walks: Yes
TV Reception: Yes
Mobile Phone Reception: Mobile phone coverage is available depending on your carrier.
Internet Access: Mobile
Free camping areas located between Golden Beach and Seaspray in the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park, also camping at Paradise Beach. Toilets at every 2nd site. Hot showers available at Golden Beach. Some areas dogs allowed on leash, no dog areas signed. Further information Ph: (03) 5146 3188.
Walking along the Open Ocean and collect a few shells.
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The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of south-eastern coastline of Victoria, Australia along the Gippsland Lakes region of East Gippsland on Bass Strait. The beach is just over 151 kilometres (94 mi) long running north-eastward from a spit near Port Albert to the man-made channel at Lakes Entrance. The beach is located just over 250 kilometres (160 mi) from Melbourne and can be reached from the South Gippsland Highway passing the coastal towns of McLoughlins Beach, Woodside, Seaspray, Golden Beach, and Loch Sport.
The beach is made up of long sandy dunes which separate the various lakes and lagoons from the ocean. For the northern part of its route the beach runs along a sandbar on what amounts to a series of tidal islands and behind which are several large lakes and numerous shallow littoral lagoons. The three main lakes are Lake King, Lake Victoria and Lake Wellington. The area comprises The Lakes National Park.
The beach's length ensures that the waves break too close to the beach for good surfing, and there are strong rip currents and cross-currents making the conditions somewhat hazardous for the inexperienced swimmer. The local authorities recommend that swimmers swim at Woodside, Seaspray and Lakes Entrance, which have life saving beach patrols during the summer season.
The beach is a white sand beach, with crashing waves and a natural bush environment. It is part of the Ninety Mile Beach Marine National Park, which covers 2,750 hectares and 5 kilometres (3.1 mi) of coastline, 30 kilometres (19 mi) south of Sale. There are basic camping facilities within the park at Emu Bight, as well as accommodation at Seaspray and Lakes Entrance.
Rotamah Island, which is part of the Lakes National Park, has a large bird observatory, and can be visited by boat from Paynesville, about 6 kilometres (3.7 mi) away.
The beach is believed to be the third longest uninterrupted beach in the world, behind Praia do Cassino on the Brazilian southern coast and Padre Island on the US Gulf Coast.
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