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What’s on in Lakes Entrance

Far Out Fishing Charter
Tony Kemna
Mobile: 0428 401 819

Far Out operates Off-Shore Fishing Charters in Lakes Entrance. If you’re looking for an off-shore fishing adventure and a chance to hook Gummy Shark, Snapper, Mako Sharks or Flathead.

Taking a maximum of 10 people on their fast 370hp turbo charged Volvo penta diesel FarOut II vessel. You can also tailor your fishing charter to seek out Marlin, Tuna and Sharks.

Snowy River Cycling
Liz Mitchell
Mobile: 0428 556 088

Snowy River Cycling Self Guided Rail Trail tours allow you to explore the area at your own time and pace.

Snowy River Cycling will tailor a journey for you of two to four days or more, providing you with a bike, helmet and day bag, book your accommodation, transfer your luggage and arrange your return transport, as well as providing maps and information to make your journey more enjoyable.

Lazy Acre Log Cabins
Booking Enquries
Mobile: 0418 516 555

Being pampered at Lazy Acre Log Cabins with MBS Escape is a holiday within itself, taking pride in providing exceptional service, packages and treatments that suit all. from a Relaxation, Remedial Massage to Myotherapy.
All our treatments are exclusively designed to ensure you receive maximum benefits and results.

MBS Escape is the perfect detour from the fast lane, so come and slow down with us… you know you deserve it.

Why You’ll Enjoy Staying With Us

Lazy Acre Log cabins is a traditional settler-style log cabin . We have nine self-contained cabins. All are built in the same rustic log cabin style, which if you ask me gives the perfect place for beach, nature lovers, fishing and boating enthusiasts with access to parking boats or Jet skis.

There is one three-bedroom cabin, while the rest have either one or two bedrooms. One of the cabins has wheelchair access. Bedding arrangements vary, but all cabins have a queen bed in the main bedroom, and either single or bunk beds in the other room. Fresh linen, towels, doonas, pillows, are all provided and the beds have electric blankets.

The self-contained cabins are clean and tidy on the inside and equipped with everything you will need for a family fishing holiday. This includes a shower and toilet area, separate laundry and washing machine. In the kitchen there are fridge, microwaves, stove, kettle, and all the usual cutlery, crockery, and saucepans. The rooms are complete with 1 to 2 seated sofas, reverse cycle air-conditioning, heating, and a television. Complimentary coffee, tea and milk are provided upon arrival.

We have a NO cooking crab policy in the cabins or onsite. If evidence of stored crabs or crab nets are found in or outside the cabins then a cleaning fee of $500 will be charged.

  • Free parking is available onsite
  • Free WIFI
  • Private BBQ Area and Playground
  • Spa and swimming pool access
  • Onsite Remedial Massage and Myotherapist

Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Clean, cosy and friendly”

Clean, cosy and friendly. We will stay here again next time we are in the area. The cabins were clean and well equipped. Owners were attentive and helpful with recommendations about the area. Kids park was just right for our little ones.


Rating: 5 out of 5.

“Spacious and comforatable”

The log cabins were in a great area it was quiet but close enough to walk to the shops and beach. They were very clean and spacious with cooking facilities if you don’t want the expense of eating out. The bed was vey comfortable as was the lounge when watching the television. Would definitely recommend staying here.


Rating: 4.5 out of 5.


The staff here went out of there way to ensure our needs were meet, so much so that they moved us to another unit to accommodate my 82 yo mother. The property was spotless, it may be a little outdated but that took away from nothing. Clean and comfortable. Thank you so much.


Meet us better at Lakes Entrance

Plan your next experience and stay at Lazy Acre


Located 319 kilometers from the city of Melbourne and stretches 542 kilometers north-east to Victoria’s border with New South Wales offering a host of wilderness and wildlife, great drives and gourmet treats.


Cross the footbridge and take a stroll, fish, swim, watch whales, pelicans, or dolphins along the seemingly endless golden sand dunes of the Ninety Mile Beach. A 90 mile stretch that separates the Gippsland Lakes from Bass Strait.


Entrance to the Lakes Walk, Foreshore Cycling Track, Discovery Cycling Trail, Golf, Bird Watching, Local Shops, Cruises, Clubs, Cafes, Restaurants and RSL Scallopot Bistro for delicious meals on 221 The Esplanade. A fishing capital where there’s plenty of shady spots to fish, or you can drop a line from a jetty.


The Culture and Heritage of the Gunaikurnai people, Lakes National Park, the shores and waterways of the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park. All centrally located to Bairnsdale, Paynesville, Raymond Island, Orbost, Kalimna, Nicholson, Metung and Lake Tyres.