|The Bunga Arm is part of the Gippsland Lakes Coastal Park. This sheltered waterway is separated from wild of Bass Strait by a mere 250-metre wide sand barrier. Because the Arm runs in an east-west direction, the sunsets here are magnificent. Often, in the late afternoon, kangaroos can be seen grazing along the shoreline, and the sea birds swoop in to roost on the long fingers of sand that extend into the Arm.|
Fishing in the Bunga Arm can be very good: bream, flathead, skipjack and mullet; and from the ocean beach, salmon and snapper. Large pods of dolphins often make their way along the Arm following the schools of fish.
Swimming in the Bunga Arm is wonderful.