Bellevue on the Lakes
How has this motel rated in the past?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Bellevue on the Lakes Lakes Entrance
Travel Blogs from Lakes Entrance
Today can best be described as a "driving day". 313 k from Cowes on Philip Island to Lakes Entrance, a fishing port and tourism centre. The drive was not very inspiring with only a couple of dead Wombats to relieve the monotony. Paula put the earphones on and listened to Puccini's Messa di Gloria on the I Pad. I got to enjoy a few soprano …
... to Raymond Island as there is a colony of Koala's there. The drive was about 30kms. The ferry free for foot passengers, runs every 20 mins and takes 5mins to cross to the island.A young lad who was on the ferry pointed us in the right direction for the Koala trail. They are not captive here but are safe from predators and traffic etc. once you have spotted the first one they are then quite ...
... the Chinese restaurant floating on the lake. Unfortunately, when we got there it was full and there were no later servings. A lesson to be learnt here for any future visitors to Oz and that is that most restaurants seem to stop serving about 8 o'clock and you are out by 9. Imagine The Bangla taking last orders at 8pm on aFriday night!
... may find this useful down the track in more remote locations) B. camping kitchen. We have barely used this and prefer to use the camp kitchens in the parks. Again it might be more useful in remote areas. C. Butane oven/cooker. as above. Neither of these generally come out anymore. D. Water and fuel Jerry cans. As above. Haven't needed either yet. E. Pack less toys for the kids. There is plenty to keep them occupied. We only packed two tubs ...
... meager 32 kms. I must admit to taking lots of little recovery breaks but I arrived at the carpark to Mt Wills, (at just over 1600 metres above sea level), without any pushing. Yes, there was a lot of the granny grind, (about 5 hrs), that's low gear for you non-cyclists, but no walking/pushing. It was interesting for this FNQ boy to observe the change in road markings and posts once I’d reached the snow ...