Mallacoota Victoria
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Mallacoota Beach. Tourism VIC, Brian Gilkes
Mallacoota Beach. Tourism VIC, Brian Gilkes
Mallacoota Cave. Tourism VIC, Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Cave. Tourism VIC, Gavin Hansford
Camping Riverside, Mallacoota. Gavin Hansford
Camping Riverside, Mallacoota. Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Pelican. Photo by Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Pelican. Photo by Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Coastline. Photo Tourism Victoria
Mallacoota Coastline. Photo Tourism Victoria
Betka Beach, Mallacoota. Photo Gavin Hansford
Betka Beach, Mallacoota. Photo Gavin Hansford
Four Pelicans. Tourism Victoria, Brian Gilkes
Four Pelicans. Tourism Victoria, Brian Gilkes
Mallacoota Beach Scene. Photo Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Beach Scene. Photo Gavin Hansford

Mallacoota Information

Mallacoota in Victoria is a small holiday town with about 1,000 residents. During the holiday periods the township swells in size to about 8,000 people.

There are plenty of activities in Mallacoota for tourists to enjoy. The beach lifestyle is a major drawcard and suggested things to do include swimming, surfing, fishing, water skiing, kayaking, snorkelling, sailing and beach walks.

Nearby Mallacoota is the Croajingolong National Park, which provides over 100 kilometres of wilderness to discover and explore. There are vast networks of walking tracks for the perfect eco-tourism walk. The variety of flora and fauna make it excellent for all aspects of nature studies and photography.

A great place to see is the Bunker Museum run by the RSL and Historical Society. The museum highlights the history of World War II and the vital role the bunker played in the Australian defence of the eastern coastal region. The Bunker at Mallacoota was the headquarters for the RAAF coastal intelligence and 5 kilometres off the coastline at Gabo Island featured the radar and signal station, which monitored activity.

Surfing is excellent at Bastion Point, which is one of east coast’s best-known surfing spots. During northerly or southerly winds Bastion Point has surfable waves due to its geographical location. During eastern or western winds the best spots surfing spots are at Davis Creek beach or Tip point.

Golfing enthusiasts will enjoy a round of golf at the Mallacoota Golf and Country Club located at Nelson Drive. Set amongst some excellent coastal fauna with ocean views you will no doubt enjoy the perfect game. The 18-hole golf course is a par 71 and is approximately 6 kilometres in length.

Another great attraction not to miss is a river cruise. There are some great charters available or you can hire your own boat to take in the wonderful scenery.

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Betka Beach Rugged Coastline in Mallacoota. Tourism Victoria, Gavin Hansford
Betka Beach Rugged Coastline in Mallacoota. Tourism Victoria, Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Foreshore and Park Grounds. Tourism Victoria. Photo Gavin Hansford
Mallacoota Foreshore and Park Grounds. Tourism Victoria. Photo Gavin Hansford