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To discover the spectacular 87,000 hectare Croajingolong National Park, choose one of our Mallacoota hotels, and you’ll have a prime spot from which to explore the park and nearby wild, Australian coastline. Mallacoota is located on the far eastern tip of Victoria, and is enough off of the beaten path that it retains a charming ambience and a relaxing lifestyle.

After you check into your Mallacoota accommodation, head out on a tour of nearby Gabo Island. The profusion of wildlife on this island is astounding! See penguins, dolphins, and seals, maybe even a whale passing through. Watch for white-faced storm petrels and other exotic sea birds. Get your own birds-eye view of the island and surrounds atop the Gabo Island Lighthouse. Get your adrenaline rush with surfing lessons, which you can secure in town. Bastion Point is just one of the prime spots to ride the big waves yourself, or watch in awe as other brave souls do.

Make your trip to coincide with the annual Mallacoota Golf and Country Club Inc. 18 Hold Amateur Tournament, where the groomed course and the knockout view will vie for your attention. Book your stay in Mallacoota with HotelClub to enjoy exclusive offers for our members. Membership is free, so booking your perfect Mallacoota getaway is easier than ever.

You can get to Mallacoota by flying into Sydney, Canberra, or Melbourne airports, then picking up a rental car to finish the trip. Additionally, there are small charter airplanes that service the small Mallacoota airfield. You’ll be free to roam the lush forests, scenic coastline, and island paradises that are Mallacoota’s allure.

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1 Mallacoota's Shady Gully Caravan Park

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Ideal for short- and long-term stays, Mallacooata's Shady Gully Caravan Park Hotel offers various cabin options amidst a six-acre serene parkland near town centre. While staying in Mallacoota,... More

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