Mallacoota often described as a paradise for anglers is one of Victoria’s most remote and peaceful holiday destinations.
Nestled in the far eastern corner of the state in the heart of the 86,000 hectare Croajingalong National Park designated a “World Biosphere Reserve” combining undisturbed natural habitats supporting rare and significant plants and animals. There are 100 kilometers of coastline, 320 kilometers of lake shoreline and countless river, freshwater creeks and mountain rivers to explore.
Mallacoota Inlet with its sparkling lakes, rivers, ocean, beaches, forests and pristine wilderness areas has been a favourite get away from it all destination since the early 1900’s
Boasting a great year round climate and located approximately half way between Sydney and Melbourne (approx 530kms east of Melbourne) and just over 3 hours from Canberra it’s the ideal destination for a long relaxing holiday or a short break.
The township of Mallacoota has a hotel serving bistro meals seven days, cafes and take-aways, modern accommodation including tourist parks, motels, apartments and camping reserves, also facilities for tennis, golf, bowling and pool swimming.
Excellent jetties, concrete all weather boat ramp and picnic areas are dotted around the shoreline of the park, making fishing, sightseeing and bushwalking the main activities for visitors to Mallacoota. Surf and rock fishing in the nearby Pacific Ocean is also popular.
Boating -Water Sports – Guided Tours
Motor boats launch from Mallacoota to explore the top and bottom lake where the bird life will astound. Canoes and Kayaks can also be launched from Gipsy Point to explore the waters of the Wallagaraugh and Genoa Rivers. You will quite often catch a glimpse of the magnificient Sea Eagles which frequent the area.
Guided activities include 4 wheel drive tours, canoeing, kayaking, fishing, rafting and sea kayaking can all be enjoyed with experienced local operators.
Plan Your Trip With a Printed Map
Coastal Stays produces Visitor Maps for The Great Ocean Road,
Sydney to Warrnambool Coastal Drive, Lakes Entrance, Tarwin Lower/Venus Bay,
Inverloch, Phillip Island and Apollo Bay.
Click to download a map.
MALLACOOTA Weather Guide