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.
Mallacoota Information Centre for visitors is located in the new Mallacoota Service Centre corner of Alan Drive and Maurice Ave. See also specific visitor and tourist services available in Mallacoota.
Additional web-based information is available about Mallacoota Business Services and in our Mallacoota Community Directory.
The Information Centre is staffed by local volunteers and is open 7 days a week; if unattended literature can still be openly accessed and browsed in the Mallacoota Service Centre, or phoning (03) 5158 0800.
The Mallacoota Information Centre also provides details of Mallacoota service providers including accommodation, tours, eateries, equipment hire, Gabo Island transport and much more, as well as additional information on the Croajingolong National Park, the immediate area and beyond within Victoria and Southern NSW.
Souveniers and publications on the area, tea towels, postcards, photo CDs and DVD’s of local wildlife are all to be found for purchase in the Information Centre.
Much of the information in this website is contained in the Enjoyable Activities booklet available for a gold coin donation from the Information Centre.
A visit to the Information Centre is chance to experience a little local colour and talk to a resident, many of the volunteers will have a special area of expertise in town knowledge and history.
While you’re there please sign our visitors book!