A gorgeous walk along the shores of Lake Cunningham, to the actual Entrance of the Gippsland Lakes. Always seals and or dolphins frollicking in the tidal pulls at the Entrance.
A: Lakes Entrance
B: Turn right over Footbridge
C: The Entrance
This is an amazing, short and easy walk. Perfect for a morning stroll or an early evening wander.
Cross the Footbridge, then turn right immediately. The walk is signposted at this point.
Continue along the walk, until you arrive at the Entrance. Take care here with small children, as there are no barricades or fencing.
Many seals love to hang around this point, catching fish on the incoming and outgoing tides. Very scenic spot.
Walk back along the beach, until you arrive at the Surf Lifesaving Lookout tower. That takes you back across the Footbridge.
Many of the old houses along the Lake are still in excellent condition and are privately owned, so please respect their privacy.
If you're thinking of holidaying in Lakes Entrance, then checkout our large selection of Lakes Entrance Accommodation - we have 100's to choose from.
Whilst you're in Lakes Entrance, take a Lakes Entrance Charter Cruise on the Gippsland Lakes. See our Charter Cruises here.