Mallacoota Hotel & Accommodation

A small town in the East Gippsland region of Victoria, Mallacoota is a natural holiday stopover on the roads between Sydney and Melbourne and is a pristine spot on the east tip of the Australian mainland.

One of the most isolated towns in the state of Victoria, Mallacoota rests halfway between Sydney and Melbourne. It is approximately a 6 hour drive from either capital city hub. It's also just four hours south of Canberra and a little over an hours drive from nearby tourist town of Eden

Accommodation in Mallacoota is typical of a holiday stopover town in Victoria. With charming inns and kitschy cabins, you have a range of options regardless of your preferences and budget.

Known for its beautiful wild flowers, Mallacoota is beautiful all year round but comes alive particularly during Spring. The region boasts incredibly vast natural beauty, with the inlet estuary consisting of Top Lake and Bottom Lake, and the Croajingolong National Park that surrounds it. The area also boasts some of the country's best 4WDing within a days drive.

Boating, yachting, kayaking, canoeing and fishing can be experienced in the area's uncrowded and pristine waterways. Mallacoota has many picture-perfect picnic spots which are only accessible by boat so exploring the waters comes with its many rewards.

Hiking along Mallacoota's many walking trails and beaches you'll encounter kangaroos, ducks and many species of unique and colourful birdlife. There's also many opportunities to watch whales passing by or see porpoises play in the shallow waters of the shore.

Gabo Island, a windswept island with a cover of sand dune known for its famous lighthouse, stands tall constructed using distinctive pink granite stone. Views from the top of the tower are spectacular, stretching from the Howe Range, across the Wilderness Coast to a stunning backdrop of the Croajingolong National Park.

For a taste of history Mallacoota Bunker Museum is known for its preservation and displays of Mallacoota's unique WWII history and the local history of the district, all located within a large concrete bunker.