Ninety Mile Beach
Ninety Mile Beach starts at Seaspray and continues until Lakes Entrance. The beach is made up of long sandy dunes which separate the various lakes and lagoons from the ocean. The 3 main lakes are Lake King, Lake Victoria and Lake Wellington.
Ninety Mile Beach is also part of the Lakes National Park, which has fantastic coastal bushland. There is basic camping facilities within the park at Emu Bight, although there is further accommodation at Seaspray and Lakes Entrance (either end of the beach).
You can also visit Rotamah Island from Ninety Mile Beach where there is a large bird observatory and homestead accommodation.
Destinations within Far South East
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