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Come and enjoy beautiful Mallacoota


  At the entrance to Bass Strait and surrounded by the untamed wilderness of Croajingolong National Park lies Mallacoota, Victoria's most easterly township. Just waiting to be explored are secluded beaches, stunning ocean clifftops and an expansive lake system fed by the Genoa and Wallagraugh Rivers meaning there is always something new to discovered. Located a short 23km drive from the Princes Highway, halfway between Melbourne and Sydney, you will be sure to enjoy this little gem of a town.

Melbourne 520km

Bairnsdale 230km

Sydney 580km

Batemans Bay 280km


Come for the festival and stay a while. Soak in all that Mallacoota has to offer, we promise it won't disappoint. 

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Visit Mallacoota

For everything you need to know about Mallacoota.

Make the most of your festival adventure and stay a few extra days to explore. There are walks to be done, picnics to be had and sand just waiting to stick to your toes at one of the many beaches surrounding the town. Take a drive and discover the hidden delights of Genoa Falls and Genoa Peak or take a moment to enjoy the quiet on one of the many jetties scattered around the shore of the Mallacoota Inlet.

Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park

Our friends over at the Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park are offering festival goers a discounted rate on bookings during the festival weekend. With a selection of powered, unpowered and waterfront sites, the Mallacoota Foreshore Holiday Park is sure to have the perfect site for your visit!

- Promotional Code: WILD

-10% discount off the base booking rate

- Minimum two night stay between 25-28 April 2024

- Available for online bookings only

- Promotion end date 28 April 2024

Want to stay a little longer?

Book 7 nights and only pay for 6

(details on their website)

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Explore a little further

There is so much to discover on your journey to the Wild Harvest Seafood festival. Take your time and stop in along the way to explore the region a little more.

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