Lakes Entrance is a coastal town in eastern Victoria, Australia. It’s known for the Gippsland Lakes, a vast system of inland waterways. There is a pedestrian bridge to Ninety Mile Beach, which stretches along the town’s Tasman Sea shoreline. Wildlife around the beach and lakes includes kangaroos, pelicans and dolphins. The Griffiths Sea Shell Museum has exhibits on marine life and coral reefs, plus an aquarium.