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42 Victoria Street, Paynesville, Vic, 3880


Telephone or TXT: 0427 545 266



Paynesville Lions Market, 2nd Sunday of the month, Gilsenan Reserve Paynesville, 8:30am - 1pm


Paynesville Farmers Market, 3rd Saturday of each month, A J Freeman Reserve, Main Road Paynesville


Bairnsdale Market, 4th Sunday of the month, Howitt Park Bairnsdale, 8:30 - 1pm


Bairnsdale Farmers Market, 1st Saturday of the month, Farmers Market, Bairnsdale Secondary School 8am - 


Bairnsdale Makers Market, 1st Saturday of March, June, September and December, Boucher Hall Bairnsdale Secondary College, Corner McKean and Wallace Street, Bairnsdale Indoor handmade market


Metung Farmers Market, Second Saturday of each month, Village Green In Metung, 8.30am to 12.30pm 


Bruthen Village Market, 4th Saturday of the month, Bruthen Mechanics Hall, Main Street 9am - 2pm


Lakes Entrance Market,1st Sunday of the month, Foreshore Market, 9am - 3pm

East Gippsland All Abilities Playground


The ‘From the Mountains to the Sea’ themed playground is designed to signify different parts of East Gippsland, from the timber mills to the shipwreck coast, and the extensive day visitor facilities, including shelters, BBQ’s and picnic tables, make it a perfect place for a family day out.


The playground features a Liberty Swing, which enables people in wheelchairs to experience the simple, yet often taken-for-granted, joy of swinging at a playground, and the entire playground design has a strong emphasis upon creating an experience for people with special needs, but it is open for the enjoyment of all.


A key to the accessible toilet (with electric hoist and a shower) and the Liberty Swing can be borrowed from the Bairnsdale Police Station (47 Main Street, Bairnsdale) or master keys can be purchased using the information in the attached flyer. Purchased keys also open other toilets and facilities across Australia that are fitted with this specially designed lock.

Raymond Island



There is a car ferry that costs about $12 return for a car, or free for pedestrians, bicycles, or wheelchairs, and leaves about every 20 minutes for the short trip across to the Island. On the Island there is a Koala trail, roads (both made and dirt) that provide access to many views.



Lots to do in and around Paynesville


Visit Paynesville, the Heart of the Gippsland Lakes website for a wealth of information.


Come to see our New Years Eve fireworks display launched from a pontoon off the beach, with music and fairground activities, that make Paynesville a great place to welcome in the New Year.


The large country town of Bairnsdale is nearby with plenty of major store shopping, in Woolworths, Coles, Aldi, Kmart, Target, Rivers, BCF and markets.


A scenic drive to nearby Metung and Lakes Entrance gives access to more holiday activities too.