Mallacoota’s mild and temperate weather make it a perfect all-season camping getaway. A favourite holiday destination for Victorians, Canberrans and those hailing from New South Wales! Families have been creating memories in this picturesque coastal town for decades -sometimes camping on the exact same site for years!

Relaxing and quiet over winter, as soon as spring and summer hit Mallacoota becomes a vibrant hub with visitors streaming into town for their annual outdoorsy getaway. From lazy sunsets by the campervan to bush walks, fishing endeavours, and long BBQ nights after days of play, this is the definite place to unwind and relish the moment.

Genoa free camping

Free Camping in Genoa? Yes please! This quiet and quaint campground has 27 sites and runs on a first-come, first-served basis, with a maximum stay of 72 hours.

The campground includes a toilet block, a tennis court, picnic area, BBQs, and a playground for the little ones.

Sites are located among beautiful large Gum trees providing shady, spacious camping. The nearby Genoa River offers swimming and fishing, and across the foot-bridge visitors will find the tiny town, Genoa.

Riverside Campground
Turn off from Princes Highway

Foreshore Holiday Park

Where else can you unzip your tent and watch the sunrise over the water -all from the comfort of your sleeping bag?

The Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park is, by far, the largest campground in town with over 600 sites scattered around 7 acres of waterfront joy. Lying right alongside Mallacoota Inlet, the majority of sites have water views, and some even have their own jetties -for water-fun on steroids!

Just a 5-minute walk from town, the beach, the main wharf and its boat launching ramp, check the website for bookings and further enquiries.

Shipwreck creek

Shipwreck Creek Campground invites visitors to delve into a peaceful camping experience under mighty Eucalypt trees, just steps away from the shores of Croajingolong National Park.

Only a 20-minute drive south of Mallacoota, access to the camping area is through a 2WD friendly dirt road.

Travellers longing peace and solitude can easily walk to Shipwreck Beach, play under the sun and explore the wrecks of The Schah, one of Victoria’s oldest shipwrecks.

Toilet facilities available. Book your stay through . Parks Victoria website

All other camping

Shady Gully Caravan Park
Offering cabins, powered and non-powered campsites set on 6 acres of native bush, only 1 km from town!

Beachcomber Caravan Park
For a hassle-free camping or caravaning experience just metres off Lions Park, head to Beachcomber Caravan Park!

A’Wangralea Caravan Park
Located right in the heart of Mallacoota, an intimate campground with  grassy sites for large campers, trailers, tents and cabins.