Beach combing, bush walking, boating or fishing it's all here at our beautiful Woodside Beach, or if you're a bird watcher, watch the skies for a glimpse of the rare sea eagle or a pair of local wedge tailed eagles who have made their residence in the coastal scrub.
Surrounded by farm and bush land, why not bring your bicycle, motorbike or horse and take advantage of the many tracks set out in Jack Smith, Mullundung or the But But woodland scrub.
If adventuring a bit further afield is more your thing there is the Tara Bulga National Park, Hiawatha Waterfalls, Agnes Water Falls and townships of Yarram and Historic Port Albert to explore.
Looking for a country souvenir or something a bit different from the local shops, visit the regional townships of Sale and Traralgon.
Stretching for over, you guessed it, 90 miles. 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. Near Golden Beach, look for the wreck of the Trinculo, partially buried under the sand. Woodside Beach and Seaspray have beach patrols in summer.
If you enjoy a relaxing day out on your boat just letting time go by or prefer deep sea fishing, McLoughlins Beach is the local boat ramp just round the corner from Woodside Beach.
All around Woodside Beach is one thing "Wildlife". From kangaroos and koalas, to water birds and a growing population of black cockatoos. Go for a short walk and spot echidnas digging their little holes, or drive to beautiful local landscapes to spot some rare and unusual animals.
Throw a line, let it sink and watch ripples of waves wash up on the clean sand. If you are a big game fisherman or a newcomer to the sport our waters along the Ninety Mile Beach hold fish like:
So get down here, crack open a cold one and get in tune with the Ninety Mile Beach!