A home base for many local tours and excursions, the cheap hotels in Lakes Entrance are centrally located. A holiday resort town and fishing village, Lakes Entrance is near Alpine North and the mines of Omeo. The Baw Baw National Park has year-round activities for the whole family. Skiing in winter and hiking Mt. Erica in the summer are some of the most popular outdoor pleasures. In nearby Foster visitors can see the gold strikes of Turton’s Creek.
The Gippsland Heritage Park is a short drive from the budget hotels in Lakes Entrance. Visiting the park is like stepping back in time. Historical buildings from the 1850’s include a dress shop and a coach house while transportation is by horse drawn carriage. The history of coal is very important to the local area and is honored at the Coal Creek Community Park and Museum. Coal was discovered here in 1872 and the museum traces the history of mining in Australia.
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