What better way to get around than a walk into town along the inlet or jump in the car and drive to Double Creek (gorgeous at dusk when the ducks land on top lake) or if you are feeling more energetic climb to Genoa Peak and take in the views - gorgeous. Take a becah walk on Bastion Point beach until you get to the mouth of the inlet. Throw down a picnic rug lie back and take in the views across the inlet - magic !
Fishermen we are not ! But we have it on good authority that Mallacoota is a top spot for Brim and Flathead. If you are after the abalone we suggest a meal of these morsels at Lucy's in town.
Hiring a kayak and exploring the inlet is a great way to take in the views and it doesn't hurt to get a little wet every now and then.
Chillaxing is a combination of "chilling out and relaxing" which is what we like to do most. Hanging about in the hammock with a good book is hard to beat and then when hunger strikes I'm happy to take a slow bike ride into town or jump in the car and grab a bite at one of our local cafe's or if its dinner take a dusk drive to the golf club and pass the kanga's on the golf course - you can get up real close. The pub and Lucy's all offer good choices for dinner.
Fishing and Kayaking
Every beach is beautiful. In summer the patrolled beach at Bastion Point is a good choice for safe swimming. If you like the" river meets the sea" type of beach, Betka is our pick and then if you keep going down the same road you will come to Secret Beach with its lovely cave. Let the wind blow your hair and the ocean fire your imagination and the sun warm your back - its escape time for your soul mind and body - set yourself free and enjoy !
Mallacoota - Love It !
Mallacoota is one of Australia's best kept secrets - tucked away in the Croajingalong National Park it sits comfortably alongside some of the most beautiful coastline in Australia. We thought since you were here we could share a few of our favorite tings to do and see in Mallacoota but "shhh" don't tell anyone - just between us OK ?