MALLACOOTA MAP PDF

MALLACOOTA MAP PDF

A walk around Mallacoota from the Lakeside Drive fishing platforms to the wharf, Captain Stevensen’s Point, Devlins Inlet to the Beach and onto Bastion Point. Gully. Coulls. Inlet. Inlet. Captain. Stevensons. Point. Goat. Island. Rabbit. Island. Stingray Point. Robertson. Bight. Mallacoota. Inlet. MALLACOOTA. MAP 8. N. 0. Maps of directions of Mallacoota VIC, for locals and travellers. Easy to use driving directions.

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Use commabetween multiple email addresses. If you’re concerned about your privacy, rest easy – we don’t capture or store the email addresses you submit. Mallacoota is a walking paradise, it offers a vast number of wonderful walking possibilities.

It has many formal and informal walks around the township and surrounding Croajingolong National Park. There are lots of seats, picnic tables ,ap spots to stop, and toilets along the walk.

The bush, mudflats, sandflats, inlet and beach attracts an enormous number of birds. Wildlife you may find includes Kangaroos even two that are often camped in the centre of town and koalas. If you are into fishing, there are also plenty of spots to stop and drop a mallacokta, or just sit, look and smell the sea air. In the Bastion Point rock pools you might find crabs, molluscs, urchins and other intertidal life.

It is believed that the name Croajingolong is derived from ‘Kruaetungalung’, the Aboriginal clan of the Ben-Kurnai tribe that inhabited this area of East Gippsland. The Murring people occupied territory to the north of Mallacoota, while the country in between was occupied by the Bidewel, or scrub dwellers. This area provided a rich source of food to resident Aboriginal people who left behind an abundance of artefacts and middens.

The boardwalks starts along the path just past the carpark on Lakeside Drive. A few fishing platforms go off the boardwalk.

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The inlet is on one side of the boardwalk and wetlands on the other, both have an abundance of birdlife and aquatic life. The shared path mallaxoota very popular with walkers and bike riders alike and is in pretty good condition.

There are many little jetties dotted along the path and it is hard not to spot a pelican or two perched on many of them. One of the many fishing spots along the walk. Even if you are not into malllacoota, it’s fun to watch early morning anglers. Over the summer, many camping ground visitors more theri boats along the shore. Boats for fishing, water skiing, bird watching or pleasure The next part of the walk goes through the council caravan park, in summer there is always something to look at.

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If you want, you can take a short detour off the path and follow the water to Capt. Stevenson’s Point or stay on the path up above. A great spot to look up the inlet or to the mouth and watch boats go out to sea.

You can even see Gabo Island from here. To get across to the beach you have to wade across mal,acoota 20 meteres of the inlet mqp is about 45 cm deep. In summer teh water is quite warm so it is very pleasant. This structure that some have built in the sand dune out of driftwood has been there for a while, hope it lasts a while longer!

On a clear day the beach is beautiful other times it can be rugged and wild, but no less wonderful. This part is only for strong competent swimmers. But watch the surfers! This is the main swimming beach that is patrolled by life savers in the holiday season. Any one for cricket? Congratulations, your walk is now published. On behalf of Victoria Walks and walkers everywhere, thanks for sharing your knowledge and time. Victoria Walks takes your privacy seriously.

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Mallacoota walk created by Victoria Walks. Report improper content Rate this walk. Points of Interest 1. Boardwalk near fishing platforms The boardwalks starts along the path just past the carpark on Lakeside Drive.

Wetlands The inlet is on one side of the boardwalk and wetlands on the other, both have an abundance of birdlife and aquatic life. The shared path The shared path is very popular with walkers and bike riders alike and is in pretty good condition. Pelicans and piers There are many little jetties dotted along the path and it is hard not to spot a pelican or two perched on many of them. Raised boardwalks The wonderful raised boardwalk provides a shady spot to look out to the inlet.

Mallacoota harbour Old and new, big and small boats but nothing too flash! Coull’s Inlet Coull’s Inlet is beautiful on a still early morning. Fishing spot One of the many fishing spots along the walk. Goat Island, Rabbit Island and more Moored boats Over the summer, many camping ground visitors more theri boats along the shore. Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park The next part of the walk goes through the council caravan park, in summer there is always something to look at.

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Stevenson’s Point If you want, you can take a short detour off the path and follow the water to Capt. Stevenson’s Point A great spot to look up the inlet or to the mouth and watch boats go out to sea. Koalas If you look carefully you can often see Koalas in the trees, even the odd kangaroo. Crossing the inlet To get across to the beach you have to wade across about 20 meteres of the inlet which is about 45 cm deep. Dirftwood structure This structure that some have built in the sand dune out of driftwood has been there for a while, hope it lasts a while longer!

Mallacoota beach On a clear day the beach is beautiful other times it can be rugged and wild, but no less wonderful. A walking beach The beach is certainly great for walking, but can get a bit blowy. Patrolled beach This is the main swimming beach that is patrolled by life savers in the holiday season. Bastion Point Rockpools to look at and a good spot for snorkling off teh rocks when the conditions are good.

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