Victoria has some of the most amazing places to stand up paddleboard in Australia.
The top part is if you do not mind some chill mornings all through winter, you will be capable to have them all to yourself.
Gippsland Lakes, VIC
If you are looking for an amazing inland place to paddle in Gippsland, the charming waterways of the Gippsland lakes are dream stand up paddle boarding place.
There are over four-hundred square meters of waterways that are bursting with remarkable scenery and wildlife.
The rivers flow into three key lakes, lake Wellington, Lake Victoria, and Lake King.
Mount Martha, Mornington Peninsula
Home to some classic batching beach boxes, Mount Martha is a remarkable coastal town with north-west facing the beach – best for SUPPING when the hot months sea-breezes blow.
With its crystal and shallow clean water, this area is remarkable for families and starters. For the experienced paddlers, you can even paddle around the cliffs.
Lake Wendouree, Ballarat
Lake Wendouree is not the first location people think of when looking for SUP places, but this inland lake at Ballart is well value your time.
The tree-line lake was used during the 1956 Olympics for rowing and canoeing events and is well-maintained all through the year making it the best place for a paddle.
The lake is packed with wildlife including ducks and black swans and the top part is there are heaps of best coffee spots nearby for after a paddle.
Barown River, Barwon heads
Barwon Heads is famous as the sea-side town for the wealthy as well as the place of a famous TV show.
The town is also best for paddling with the sandy beaches along the final few kilometers of the Barwon River tailor-made for a lazy paddle on a Sunday after a coffee at one of the famous cafes on the key street.