Around the Mallacoota Inlet there are plenty of walks suitable for families as well as more challenging ones. The most interesting one is the one that extends the length of the park along the coast, extending for about 100kms. Mallacoota itself is a low key tourist resort village, popular with visitors from overeas as well as Australians.
There are a number of camping spots - Thurra River, Mueller Intlet and Wingan Inlet.
The Gippsland Region is a vast wilderness area, watered by the rivers and streams flowing from the High Country in the west. The coast and lakes are known for its fishing and sailing.
A 100kms of coastline of National Parks and wilderness areas provide an endless variety of walking tracks and the beaches are pristine, good for surfing, fishing, diving and swimming. In the hinterland, the rich farmlands and historical towns provide a grand and varied gourmet experience.
See the Map: Far South Coast Map.
In the Gippsland of Victoria and the South Coast of NSW there is a good choice in places to stay, accommodation available includes a wide range of styles to suit almost any budget.
Ocean side resorts set in stunning locations, hotels, charming bed & breakfasts, caravan parks, serviced apartments, seaside, beach accommodation, pub stays, homesteads and holiday lettings are just some of your options.
Enquire at the Central Gippsland Tourist Information Centre about the many national parks, activities, things to do, Croajingolong camp sites and picnic areas, lakes, unique flora and fauna in the on the East Coast of Victoria. Located on the Princes Highway, Sale, VIC 3850 Phone +061 3 5144 1108.
Main Photo: Beach and Wilderness Mallacoota.
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