Mallacoota is a coastal town of around 1,000 residents on the easternmost tip of Victoria. Surrounded by Croajingolong National Park and the Cape Howe Marine National Park, it is blessed with an abundance of wildlife, forests, unspoiled beaches and a spectacular lakes system.
Information about activities in and around Mallacoota is available from the Mallacoota Visitors' Centre.
Flathead, bream, taylor, mullaway and perch and mullet are among the abundant fish species at Mallacoota.
Breathtaking views of Mallacoota inlet, Gabo Island and East Gippsland's forests are available from Genoa Peak lookout.
Mallacoota Golf Club is just 10 minutes' walk from Lin House.
Croajingolong National Park supports some 1500 plant species throughout its spectacular and ever-changing landscape.
Hire a boat and go fishing, or cruise the lakes and rivers around Mallacoota.
More than 300 species of birds call Mallacoota home.
Gentle strolls, brisk walks, strenuous climbs and overnight hikes—there's an outing to suit all levels of fitness.
Mallacoota is a paradise for landscape and wildlife photographers.
Hire a pushbike and ride around the lake boardwalk or along the coast bike path.