90 Mile Beach
From the shallow inlets near Port Albert to the wide open lakes of Lakes Entrance lies the Ninety Mile Beach, a 90 mile long stretch of pristine golden sand that separates the Gippsland Lakes from Bass Strait.
It is believed to be the third longest uninterrupted beach in the world - just over 151 kilometres (94 miles) running northeastward from Port Albert passing the coastal towns of Woodside, Seaspray, Golden Beach, and Loch Sport.
This is one of the most natural and unspoilt beaches in the world. The beach lies on the edge of a long slender sand dune and the absence of rocky outcrops or headlands results in a vista of endless sand that stretches as far as the eye can see.
Places of interest
Endless beach 45 miles in each direction
Offshore oil platforms visible
Marine national park
Creek running out to the ocean
Life saving club
Timber beach access platforms
Accommodation options along 90 Mile Beach can be found in Seaspray, Golden Beach and Loch Sport and include B & Bs, cottages and apartments. For further information please visit:
Wellington Visitor Information Centre
8 Foster Street (Princes Highway), Sale
Open: 7 days a week 9.00am-5.00pm
Telephone: 03 5144 1108
Email: [email protected]
|Distance from Melbourne||235 kilometres, 146 miles and 3.25 hours driving time|
|Road access||South Gippsland Highway|