This flat and easy ride is great for young children and an ideal way to get a feel for Lakes Entrance as you pass fishing trawlers going in and out to sea. Take walking shoes to include a trip over the footbridge to the ocean and the magnificent Ninety Mile Beach.
Location: Lakes Entrance
Distance: 2.7km one way
Track: Sealed bicycle path or shared pathway
Grade: Level 1 – No experience required, suitable for beginners and children.
Start: Footbridge, Lakes Entrance
Finish: Just before Short Street, Lakes Entrance
Note: Paths are flat and wide suiting young riders, and are right next to the water
Getting there: Travel via Monash Freeway (M1) and Princes Highway (A1) to Lakes Entrance approximately 318 km east of Melbourne. The path is between the main street and the lake shore and can be accessed anywhere along the Esplanade.
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