Located between the Lind National Park and the Alfred National Park on the Princes Highway, Cann River is a good place from which to explore Croajingolong National Park, Point Hicks lighthouse and the ancient rainforests of Victoria’s far east. Cann River is a convenient place to stop and gather supplies and is a turning point for many journeys.


Between Lakes Entrance and Metung is the idyllic village of Nungurner. Nungurner is cradled by the waters of Bancroft Bay and great views of the Gippsland Lakes and Ninety Mile Beach. Nungurner is a great place to base a fishing holiday with its great access to a wide variety of waters. Kayak anglers will love the close proximity to some great bream and flathead fishing. It is central enough to much of the East Gippsland experience, but still retains that wonderful feeling of being away from the ‘rat race’. East Gippsland is the perfect destination for the whole family or the serious angler. There are enough different activities to keep the busiest family occupied, and the fishing here is famous Australia wide. There is no better time to plan your summer escape to East Gippsland than now – how many fish do you think you can catch?