Mallacoota is located on the far eastern coast of Victoria, in East Gippsland, approximately 520 kms (6 hours travel time) by road from the Melbourne CBD. It is accessed by the Princes Highway through Orbost to Genoa, and then along the Genoa Road to Mallacoota.
The village is nestled on the 300 kilometre shoreline, with an entrance to Bass Strait. The entrance closes from time to time. Mallacoota is a popular tourist destination for holiday makers and anglers alike, and is also home to a significant abalone fleet.
The shoreline includes the waters of Mallacoota Inlet and stretches upstream to the Genoa and Wallagaraugh Rivers, and is enclosed by the majestic Croajingalong National Park and extends to the tip of Bastion Point.
Do As Little Or As Much As You Like While Enjoying Your Stay in Mallacoota
- A family B.B.Q. up the Lake
- Enjoy a cruise
- Water Skiing and Wakeboarding
- Ocean and Estuarine Kayaking and Canoeing
- Beach Fossicking
- Bushwalking and Exploring flora and fauna
- Hike the Wilderness walking tracks
- Mountain Bike riding
- Joy Flights
- Bird Observing
- Golf, Bowls, Tennis
- Seasonal Local Markets
- Visit the WW 2 Bunker Museum
Go For A Cruise or Charter a Vessel!
Bucklands Jetty Boat Hire
0428 580 660
Mallacoota Air Services
0408 580 806
Mallacoota Hire Boats
0438 447 558
Porkie Bess (Charters and transfers to walks)
(03) 5158 0109