Gipsy Point and Mallacoota Inlet are two of Victoria’s most popular boating and fishing areas, so throw in a line for bream, flathead or mulloway!
Venture onto the waterways by commercial cruise, self-cruise or canoe; or treat yourself to a scenic flight and take in the rich tapestry of the region from the skies. On Gabo Island, you’ll find home to penguins, seals and the second tallest lighthouse in Australia. If you’re keen for a swim or surf, there are many perfect spots to choose from along the pristine ocean beach or tranquil lakeside.
Short and long walking tracks wind their way throughout the National Park, including those to Genoa Peak and Genoa Falls. The Old Coast Road Walk gives you breathtaking ocean views across coastal heath-land and spectacular wildflower displays.
Other must-see destinations include Shipwreck Creek, Sandy Point and South West Arm on Mallacoota Inlet’s Top Lake for a picnic or barbecue. If you like local history, don’t miss the secret WWII communications bunker or the ruins of the Spotted Dog Gold Mine.
However you choose to spend your time in our unique region, Gipsy Point Lakeside offers the key elements for a perfect holiday escape: the finer things in life combined with the best of nature.