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200m to the beach. 10 minutes to "Krusic's Ride Park". Short drive to the Gippsland Lakes. Close to Loch Sport, Sale, Longford, Seaspray and much more... 1 hour closer to Melbourne than Lakes Entrance and a shorter drive than Wilsons Prom!


Detailed information about Golden Beach township can be viewed HERE
 

Within a 2 minute WALK...


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The beach is the highlight of course and the pristine golden sand is only 200 metres from your front door. Even when you are not enjoying the beach you will hear its call as the waves constantly lap the shore.

Walk around Golden Beach and Paradise Beach (starting at your front door) and be among kangaroos, emus, echidnas, wombats and beautiful wildflowers whilst admiring the prolific bird life including crimson and eastern rosellas, yellow tailed black cockatoos, blue wrens, eastern spine bill and many other honeyeaters.



Golden Beach is the ideal launching location to enjoy a Gippsland Lakes region holiday
. If you feel like remaining local but are more energetic you can enjoy lawn bowls, a nine-hole golf course and the kids can play in the newly upgraded park, or enjoy a bit of cricket or footy on the oval, walk the many walking or bush tracks or ride quite streets.  Lunch at the local cafe, or chips on the beach.

Best of all - everything is within easy walking distance from our property!



"Krusic's Ride Park" - the brand new National Standard motocross park is less than 10 minutes drive away. We are the closest fully self contained accommodation with plenty of off street parking for bikes, trailers and vehicles. Check out our "90 Mile Beach House & Villas" Facebook Page to see images of the park.   

Within 15 minutes drive ...

You can launch your boat in McLellan’s Strait and begin your adventures on the Gippsland Lakes. McLennan's Strait is a long channel of water that connects Lake Wellington to Lake Victoria. From
your boat (or just enjoying a picnic on-shore) there are extensive wetlands on the northern side of the straits that are important bird habitats -so important that they are listed as “Wetlands of International Importance”.

Six kilometres from Golden Beach Township lays The Trinculo Shipwreck.The barque Trinculo weighed 318 tons and was built 1858 measuring 138.1 feet. It was forced ashore by a gale in 1879. The ship struck a sandbar 30 metres from shore and slewed broadside to the beach. Luckily all on board survived after the heroic efforts of the crew. Also surviving to this day is the wreck which is best seen after king tides have removed lots of sand!

Within 30 minutes drive...

"SALE"
is only 25 minutes drive away. Sale is a large regional city. There is a large shopping centre with many of the "majors", boutique shops, museums, galleries, eateries and bars, picnic areas, a huge skate park, markets and many other great things to pass your days! Visit Gippsland Regional Art Gallery, Historical Museum in Foster Street, St Pauls Cathedral and rectory built in 1885, Historic homesteads and gardens, Bataluk Cultural Trail, Sale Powder Magazine, RAAF Roulettes Display, Wetlands Boardwalk, Lake Guthridge/Guyatt environmental playground, Antiques and Bric-a-brac, Greenwattle racecourse, Botanic Gardens and Fauna park, National Trust classified Swing Bridge, Sale Heritage walk/drive, Historic Cobb & Co Stables.

Top 100 Must-Do Aussie ExperiencesNinety Mile Beach is the longest uninterrupted beach in Australia and the world. In the November 2009 "Voyeur Magazine" Virgin Blue (go to the web archive) there is a feature:

 "100 Must-Do Aussie Experiences"

Australia's top 10 beaches are listed and
Ninety Mile Beach is one of them!!! 

Golden Beach is a largely undiscovered coastal holiday hamlet located half way along Ninety Mile Beach with miles of secluded beach in both directions as far as the eye can see. It adjoins Paradise Beach and is surrounded by coastal, state and  national parks plus the famous 400 square kilometers of Gippsland Lakes - the largest inland waterway in Australia! 

Read Article by Bernard Salt in the The Australian where he describes Golden Beach as an "unpolished Gem" and: Victoria's best "Sea Change" location!


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