Festivals & events

Summer Markets

Mallacoota’s Summer Markets are an absolute holiday must! Back every year to treat you to a plethora of mouth-watering goodies and shopping opportunities, simply wander around the stalls and be amazed by the finest local products.

Find the Summer Market in and around The Lion’s Park and The Mallacoota Mudbrick Pavilion -within The Mallacoota Community Precinct.

Run during school Christmas Holidays and Easter, stalls open every Saturday from 8am to 12pm. 

Artisan and Produce Market

Running on the first Saturday of the month -except during January and Easter- from 8 am to 12 pm, this is Mallacoota’s staple market. A gathering place for families and friends, come in and claim your piece of home-grown and hand-made products!

The market is held at Lion’s Park and The Mudbrick Pavilion, within The Mallacoota Community Precinct.

Wild Harvest Seafood Festival

18-20 September 2021

Celebrate the unique life breeding below the abundant shores of East Gippsland and its neighbouring regions. Sign in for three days of feasting at the Wild Harvest Seafood Festival, and try the most exquisite marine delicacies, beer, wine, and local produce.

Indulge your palate at charming Mallacoota, all with the Wilderness Coast as your background.

The festival kicks off September 18th and lasts for three full days. Find the schedule on the website, and mingle with the locals at any of the festival’s many community events and fun activities.

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Far Easter Surf Festival

Run by the Mallacoota Boardriders, the Far Easter Surf Festival is here to stay! Born to celebrate the local surf community and the town’s ocean culture, the festival is a parade of surf competitions, karaoke, live music, and even an Easter egg hunt.

Each year, the organisers choose a different theme, so stay tuned and register on the website for more information.

East Gippsland Winter Festival

East Gippsland’s brand new winter festival is bound to entertain the whole family. Showcasing a wide array of fun activities across the region, visitors will enjoy from lighting and art displays to live performances, nature-based adventures, cultural tours, workshops, and more.

From June 19 to July 11, 2021, there’s no excuse to skip winter this time! Register your interest at the website.