Lakes Entrance, Victoria


Another animal action day on the beach at Lakes Entrance. We took the 4km walk along the beach to the entrance to Gippsland Lakes, then back along the historic bushwalk on the northern side of the strip. Rusty relics lie in the bushes, winches used to build the seawall, timber posts that used to house bells, and much more besides. Seals and dolphins swam into ride the waves at the entrance, while a group of seals basked further out, sunning their flippers out of the water as they lay on their backs.

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Categories: Animal Action, Journey Narrative, Location, Travel, Travel Adventure, VIC | Tags: , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Lakes Entrance, Victoria

  1. Reblogged this on Bruce Acacio.

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  2. Judy

    I knew you would love Lakes Ent. I stayed on the hillside overlooking the lake. Lovely sleepy town.

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