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Mallacoota is a beautiful holiday and fishing town located in the most eastern corner of Victoria.  Quaintly retaining its 'undeveloped' charm, the town's remoteness has made it popular as a quiet seaside experience in an area surrounded by forests, secluded beaches and pristine waterways.  Croajingolong National Park embraces the village, and extends for over 100 kilometres along the wilderness coast of the region.  There are a number of lighthouses nearby, the most prominent being built in 1862 on the granite outcrop of Gabo Island, 13 kilometres off the coast of Mallacoota.


   Point Hicks Lighthouse cottage                                                                                  


Mallacoota Inlet captivates with its shimmering lakes, rivers, quiet beaches and forests - the Top Lake, Bottom Lake, little inlets, cliffs, beaches and mountains offer innumerable places to explore, boat, fish, walk, paint/photograph the scenery or simply sit and watch the wildlife, flora and sunsets.  Mallacoota is a most relaxing place to holiday or stopover free from the intense holiday crowds found elsewhere.    

                                                                                                                            Mallacoota camping view



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  • Numerous places to explore.
  • Lake and ocean fishing.
  • Water skiing, surfing, reef diving, snorkelling and safe swimming areas for children.
  • Bush and coastal walking tracks
  • Wildlife watchers paradise (whales, seals, dolphins and over 280 species of birds).
  • Visit Gabo island known for its historic pink granite light house and experience the natural setting of the largest colony of penguins in Victoria.
  • Visit Gipsy Point known for its friendly kangaroo population.
  • Historians can visit the World War II bunker at the Mallacoota Aerodrome.

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