Ninety Mile Beach

Stretching seemingly forever, Ninety Mile Beach is an unspoilt span of golden sand facing the Bass Strait surf. Because the Gippsland Lakes lie behind the dunes, much of the beach is remote and tricky to get to, attracting just the odd surfer or angler – which is just how the locals like it. There are campsites along the beach, as well as various accommodation options at the five small seaside communities of Woodside Beach, Seaspray (the largest), Golden and Paradise beaches, and Loch Sport (which is technically on a lake rather than a beach, although it has beach access via a causeway). Near Golden Beach, look for the wreck of the Trinculo, partially buried under the sand. Woodside Beach and Seaspray have beach patrols in summer.

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