Whether you are planning on cruising the magnificent Gippsland Lakes or looking for a way to entertain the family during the race; here are some links to ensure you don’t miss a thing when visiting Paynesville.

Boating Destinations

Sperm Whale Head
Resides Jetty – Raymond Island
Eagle Point
Progress Jetty Paynesville
Plover Point
Ocean Grange
Lakes Entrance
Emu Bight

Paynesville Classic Boat Rally

Paynesville Classic Boat Rally
28/02-01/03 2020

Paynesville Music Festival

Paynesville Music Festival
21/02-23/02 2020

Ports and Waterways

East Gippsland Tourism

East Gippsland Tourism

Nature and Environment

Raymond Island

Raymond Island Koala
There are many things to see on Raymond Island, most famously being the Raymond Island Koala Trail. Not only are you guaranteed to see many of our cuddly locals, but you might even see some Kangaroos and Lorikeets, maybe even some Echidnas if you’re extra lucky!

Buchan Caves Tours

Buchan Caves
Buchan Caves don’t just offer the best caving experience in the area, they also are home to an icy cold spring-fed pool, amazing picnic spots – complete with walking tracks, plus Cafes and Pubs suitable for the whole family!
(75-minute drive from Paynesville.)

Eagle Point Walking Track

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Starting at the end of Burden Place (near the Petrol Station in Paynesville)
The Eagle Point Walking Track follows the shore of Lake King for 1.5km into Eagle Point and beyond.
This is a perfect walk for the kids and can be accessed on bikes.

Eagle Point Silt Jetties

Since Hurricane Katrina took out the Mississippi Silt Jetties,
our silt Jetties are now the longest in the world!
Drive or cycle the 7.5km track and maybe enjoy a spot of fishing along the way.