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Water sports

Victoria offers the boating enthusiast a range of activities in a variety of environments. Set sail on Australia's largest bay, board a cruise along the Yarra River or an historic paddle steamer chugging along the Murray River, or see the banks of the Gippsland Lakes from behind the boat strapped to a pair of waterskis.

Ocean, bay and river beach fun

Those who like to get wet can choose from white sand beaches along the Murray River, the sheltered bay beaches that extend along the Mornington Peninsula from Frankston to the heads, or the pristine Ninety Mile Beach in Gippsland.

Scuba diving, surfing and sailing

Victoria offers scuba divers a rich underwater world of shipwrecks, diverse marine life, kelp forests and colourful soft corals. Follow an underwater shore trail, or join a local dive boat to explore rocky reefs and wrecks.

Surfers come from around the world to catch the famous breaks at Victoria's beaches, including Bells Beach. Learn to surf with an expert, or watch the champions at work at the annual Rip Curl Pro event.

Boating licences are required for boat operators, including persons hiring or chartering a boat, and fines apply if you are caught without one.

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Water sports

Canoeing and kayaking

Discover Victoria's wilderness on a canoe or kayaking trip through rivers, lakes and waterways.

Boating and sailing

Sail around the bay, cruise the Yarra River, or wind your way down the Murray River in a houseboat.

Scuba diving

Swim through spectacular caves, soft corals and shipwrecks teeming with fish life and seahorses.

Surfing and windsurfing

Ride the crystal clear waves that roll in along Victoria's famous and tempestuous coastline.

Swimming

In Victoria's beaches, rivers, lakes and year-round public pools there's always a place to cool off.

Waterskiing

Strap on your skis at waterskiing hotspots around Victoria, from Lake Eildon to the Murray River.

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Across Victoria

Water sports

High Country

Get a new perspective amid the waterways and ravines of the High Country on a white-water holiday.

Mornington Peninsula

Launch yourself into Mornington Peninsula's welcoming waters with a variety of aquatic activities.

Gippsland

Enjoy watersports on the Gippsland coast with world class surfing, swimming, diving and snorkelling.

The Murray

Enjoy white water thrills, paddle through flooded forests, or the captain of your own houseboat.

Melbourne

With sandy bay beaches and a river through the city, there's plenty to do on, in and by the water.

Phillip Island

Have fun in, on and around the water, with swimming beaches, wild surf and top boating facilities.

Great Ocean Road

Take to the water along the Great Ocean Road and choose from an abundance of sporting activities.

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