East Gippsland acknowledges the Gunaikurnai, Monero and the Bidawel people as the Traditional Custodians of the land that encompasses East Gippsland Shire. We pay our respects to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people living in East Gippsland, their Elders past and present.

Surf, Sand and Hamburgers

Pack the beach towels, the sunscreens and the fishing rods. Pack the esky and pack that book you have been meaning to read, because at Lake Tyers Beach, you will have time to live that lazy beach day dream. After your day of surfing the region’s most popular break, Red Bluff, imagine sitting back to take in the view of the lake over the ocean with a cold one from the deck of the local pub.

Lake Tyers and the Ninety Mile Beach live side by side most of the time, but occasionally become one when the sand dunes break through. The lake is very popular amongst fishing fans with great catches of flathead and bream often recorded from the depths. 

Traditional owners of this land, the Gunaikurnai, have deep roots of history in this area and still live by the productive lake. 

Just a little further along the way you will find Nowa Nowa. This artist-rich town sits to the top of Lake Tyers infusing outdoor adventure with nature. Take on one of the many walks around the town or jump on your bike to race around the popular mountain bike trails. Kayaking, paddle boarding and fishing are also high on the list of activities to enjoy before indulging in a hamburger from Mingling Waters


 

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