TWO GREAT LOCATIONS
The Bemm River Township is located in East Gippsland in Victoria, Australia on the shore of Sydenham Inlet 441 kilometres east of Melbourne. The Bemm River flows into the inlet east of the town and the ocean beaches are a short drive to the southwest. The township is famous for its fishing but in more recent times other nature based activities have also attracted holiday makers to the area including bird watchers, eco-tourists and hikers.
Bemm River is unique in its position - one of Victoria's best bream fishing spots and is quickly gaining a reputation as a prime destination for flathead. The river is still classified as being in good condition thus providing clean, fresh water to the estuary and feeding our schools of fish. On the eastern side of the estuary is Croajingalong National Park; to the north is Bemm State Forest and to the west is the Cape Conran Coastal Park. Bemm River also provides access to some of the best remote beaches you'll visit along the Victorian coastline.
2012 October/November Max Temp: 31 Degrees Celsius
2012 October/November Min Temp: 10 Degrees Celsius
Bemm River is accessible from both Melbourne and Sydney by road. The drive from Melbourne to Bemm River is 450kms and takes about 5.25hrs.
From Sydney there are 2 choices to get to Bemm River, and inland route via Canberra, a distance 670kms and a traveling time of 6.75hrs. The coastal route is distance of 640kms and involves a traveling time of 8 hrs.
The peaceful town of Marlo is set on the East Gippsland coast, where the mouth of the Snowy River meets the sea. The Snowy River starts in the Australian Alps near Mt Kosiusko and completes its 500km journey at Marlo. The Snowy winds across a broad flood plain and is joined by the Brodribb River, forming the picturesque Snowy Estuary which boasts some of the best bream fishing in the state. These sheltered waters allow for fishing all year around.
2012 October/November Max Temp: 34 Degrees Celsius
2012 October/November Min Temp: 6 Degrees Celsius
Marlo is accessible from both Melbourne and Sydney by road. The drive from Melbourne to Marlo is 410kms and takes about 4.5hrs.
From Sydney there are 2 choices to get to Bemm River, and inland route via Canberra, a distance 640kms and a traveling time of 6.75hrs. The coastal route is distance of 650kms and involves a traveling time of 8 hrs.