Travelling up river under the old railway trestle bridge be sure to keep an eye on the cliff face for an array of wildlife including Eastern Water Dragon, Blue-tongue Lizards and many beautiful birds including the King Fisher.
Paynesville is the region’s boating capital and provides access to many of Gippsland Lakes marvels including the Koalas on Raymond Island.
Launch from the centre of Bairnsdale at Howitt Park and travel down river towards silt jetties (an unusually long, thin landform that have been formed over thousands of years by sediment deposition from the Mitchell River.
With a total length in excess of 186 kilometres, the Tambo River is one of the longest rivers in East Gippsland.
Set aside the day to visit your own private oasis on the 90 Mile Beach.
Experience and explore the islands and network of waterways at the entrance of the magnificent Gippsland Lakes.
Travel to and explore the picturesque village and waterways of Metung.