You’ll find so much to do. Extensive waterways to cruise, try your luck with fishing, walk or cycle along lake edge tracks and there’s regular live music, monthly markets and great food at the many eateries. Something for everyone....even if you just want to relax with a view over the water.

 

Visitor Information

Paynesville

Paynesville

In Paynesville you’ll find a multitude of cafes and restaurants, a wide variety of retail outlets, safe swimming areas and playgrounds plus many walking trails to keep wanderers happy. The lakes are perfect for motor cruisers, yachts, power boats, jet skis and kayaks. More information to be provided at the Village Information Centre at the Newsagents.

Town Map

Town Map

When you come into town on the main road look for the Town Map which gives you a guide to finding the main services such as accommodation, shops, and launching ramps.
Boating and Weather Info

Boating and Weather Info

Follow these links for the current conditions, notices to mariners, tides and more.

 

Elders Weather for Paynesville

Seabreeze

Bureau of Meterology

weather.com.au

Eagle Point

Eagle Point

Only 5 kilometres from Paynesville, this peaceful lake edge area gives access to rivers, lakes and secluded waterways.

Eagle Point is a place where you can truly relax. The sheltered waterways are perfect for boating, kayaking and fishing. Stroll around the nature reserve or along the foreshore and see echidnas, kangaroos and so much birdlife. Perfect jetties for the avid fishermen abound.

The unique Silt Jetties are a must see by bicycle or car.

Newlands Arm

Newlands Arm

If you are keen to explore further, drive to Dawson’s Cove at Newlands Arm where the boardwalks and cycle tracks take you along the reedy banks to find ducks, swans and peaceful places to relax. Take a boat out along the calm waterways for some excellent fishing. This area is well utilised by the many water skiers who come during the summer months.

Raymond Island

Raymond Island

Raymond Island is accessed by a car ferry that departs regularly. Only a two minute trip, take your car over and experience this island community. Drive down roads lined with eucalypts or banksias and wander the bush tracks to find koalas in their natural habitat. Even better, if you walk or cycle the ferry is free of charge.

 

If you have further enquires please email: info@visitpaynesville.com.au

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