Metung Activities

Food and Wine; Omeo Region; vineyard; winery
Mallacoota; boats; jetty; water

Metung is the place to stay in East Gippsland which offers a range of activities for everyone.


Looking for an alternative place to eat?
Try the unique Windmill Pizza. A fully licensed restaurant 631 Stephenson road Tambo Upper 17.3 Klm or 15 minute drive from us. Visit their website for hours of operation and menu.
Only a bit further on Bullant Brewery in picturesque Bruthen, 24.8 Klm 21 minute drive from us, great food, great views, enjoy an ale.


The Lakes National Park and the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park are a haven for birds and native animals, as well as beautiful scenery. Parks Victoria has installed facilities for visitors to enjoy the remote areas while also protecting the sensitive environment. Various hire boats are available, making it possible to explore the magnificent Gippsland Lakes area …… you may even spot a dolphin!

Fishing and Exploring

A network of rivers feed the Lakes, so chances of fishing and catching a Lake specialty are highly likely. You can also walk, bike or drive around the shores and experience the beauty. The 90 Mile Beach is very accessible, and yet you could find yourself the only person walking this vast and pristine stretch of white sand.

For the adventurous located just 9 klm or 10 minutes from us is the Colquhoun Mountain Trail Bike Park which has trails from 5 to 35 klm.
Of course you can’t forget about the world class Buchan Caves 70.4 klm away or 56 minute drive. For more details and tour times call Parks Victoria on 13 1963 Or visit


Just two minutes from Edgewater Terraces is the golf course in Metung at Kings Cove, other courses are within 15 minutes of the resort. Most courses have spectacular lake or high country views, and welcome visitors.

Touring Further Afield from Metung

With the Great Alpine Road also at our doorstep, and so many quaint villages, wilderness and high country to discover, your choice will not be easy, but it will be rewarding. You might stumble across a farmers market, local fishermen hauling in the catch or visit one of the hosts of regional wineries, galleries or restaurants.