Welcome to Mallacoota!

Wilderness Coast Victoria on the south eastern corner of Australia


Located in the far south eastern corner of Victoria on the Australian mainland, Mallacoota is centrally located within Australia's Coastal Wilderness surrounded by Croajingolong National Park and Cape Howe Marine National Park.


Mallacoota offers year round, nature based, adventure/outdoors tourism experiences. Whether from the air, on water or terra firma, Mallacoota offers so much to enjoy in the outdoors, in your vehicle or with a little history indoors at the Bunker Museum.

Visitor Information

Mallacoota welcomes visitors from all over Australia and the world. It is prominently listed in travel publications like Lonely Planet and on many websites, primarily due to its pristine environment, the Gabo Island Lighthouse, its birds and wildlife, abalone industry and fishing.

Come and see it for yourself

Relaxation in a pristine environment

Bush and wildlife, extensive waterways, walking trails, Gabo Island historic lighthouse, on and off shore fishing and a relaxed lifestyle, just 23kms off the Princes Highway. Mallacoota is well known to generations of Australians and by our international guests.

You can stand on a beach with the wind in your hair and easily imagine being thousands of miles from anywhere or simply watch the whales passing by or the dolphins at play in the shallows. Throw in a line and fish in the solitude of a morning sunrise or the evenings glow.

We invite you to gain an appreciation of Mallacoota, Croajingolong National Park and the surrounding area and would like to assist you in finding out more. You will also find links with access to information about events and entertainment happening during your stay.

Need more information?

Contact us at Visit Mallacoota. See Mallacoota Maps for Mallacoota Town, Mallacoota Inlet and Mallacoota CBD. Check out Mallacoota's weather
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