Metung is situated on the Gippsland Lakes and is a central part of the Victorian Riviera - a haven for boats and yachts.
With a village atmosphere and nestled in a bush like setting, Metung is a delightful holiday destination with everything you need including a
waterfront hotel, cafes, restaurant, yacht club, bowling club, tennis courts, general store, Post Office, gift and interior design shops, marina, public jetty, launching ramp.
From Metung you can tour over 400 kilometers of magnificent lakes, bays and waterways. Places to visit include the Tambo and Nicholson Rivers, Nungerner,
Swan Reach, Johnsonville, Loch Sport, Ocean Grange, The Barrier and Paynesville. Metung is a comfortable 3.5 hour drive from Melbourne.
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The Gippsland Lakes
All year round boating
Wide open lakes are excellent for all year-round sailing, boating or fishing. Tiny coves and inlets offer private & secluded moorings, and deep rivers feed into the lakes adding to the experience of exploring the waterways and making each moment memorable.
Great holiday destination
The Gippsland Lakes is truly a boating paradise where you can spend your mornings swimming, your days boating, your afternoons sipping espresso, and your evenings watching the most glorious sunsets.
There are three lakes that make up the Gippsland Lakes: Lake King, Lake Victoria and Lake Wellington. And there are numerous navigable bays and inlets, such as Bancroft Bay, Duck Arm, Boxes Creek and Reeve Channel.
Lakes Entrance is situated on the Gippsland Lakes and Ninety Mile Beach.
Situated on the shores of Bancroft Bay in the heart of Gippsland Lakes, Australias largest inland waterway, the village of Metung has been a premier resort area for nearly 200 years.
You may a tie up in some of the quiet creeks or jetties that abound in the protected waters of the Lakes systems.