Lakes Entrance is a tourist resort and fishing port in eastern Victoria, Australia. It is situated approximately 320km east of Melbourne near a managed, man-made channel connecting the Gippsland Lakes to the Bass Strait. The township was originally named Cunninghame but was renamed Lakes Entrance on 1 January 1915.
I was there for a fishing and camping trip with the family and relatives from Melbourne. Most of my time was actually spent catching up and also doing some fishing along the rivers and crabbing by the jetty, so I didn’t quite get much time at all behind the camera. I took a few photos of the beach and sunset photos from the hill over-looking the entrance of the lakes.
Melbourne is the capital of the state of Victoria, Australia. It is the second largest and most-populous city, and the second smallest state in Australia.
Melbournian (Melbourne residents) comes from a very diverse cultural background, and is also home to resident born overseas, such as Europe (United Kingdom, Italy and Greece) and Asia (China, Malaysia, Philippines, Vietnam and Hong Kong). The CBD itself is very unique, with many old heritage sites and buildings such as the Flinders Station mixed with modern skyscrapers like the Eureka Tower. However Melbourne does not have a proper look out area with a vantage view of the city and its skyscrapers, and the fact that the location of these buildings are split by the Yarra River means one has to go really far away from the city, to get a good full view of the city.