|McLennan's Strait is a long channel of water that connects Lake Wellington to Lake Victoria. On the northern side of the Straits there are extensive wetlands that are important bird habitats - so important, in fact, that they are international Ramsard Agreement sites.|
At the eastern end of the Straits is the small township of Hollands Landing: a jetty and a general store at the caravan park. There is usually very good fishing at this jetty.
Further along the Straits, there are some small clearings in the otherwise heavily vegetated banks on the southern side. These clearings are just large enough to moor your boat. Drop a line, and watch the abundant birdlife taking the fish you wish you were catching!
Plover Point is at the far end of the Straits and is your western cruising limit. There is a small beach here (except when the water is high) and it's a lovely spot to moor for the night if your holiday is long enough to travel to this far end of the Lakes.