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The weather in Mallacoota
Check out the climate diagram for Mallacoota. This year, January will have higher average temperatures. No heat wave is expected in July, where minimum average temperatures usally hit a 5° low. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is January.
Mallacoota, in the East Gippsland region, is known for its ample opportunities to swim, fish, surf, sail, and water ski. For days away from the water, most Mallacoota holiday lettings are convenient to stunning Croajingolong National Park. There are a range of large private homes and modern apartments in town, many of which have waterfront views. If you're planning to visit quaint Mallacoota during the summer or Easter holidays, be sure to reserve your holiday letting in advance, as this tranquil spot is quite popular at those times, and with good reason.
Mallacoota's arts and culture
Mallacoota is a town rich in culture and art, despite its tiny population, which is just over 1,000. A great spot to get a sense of this is at the Bunker Museum, run by the Mallacoota and District Historical Society. The museum, housed in a bunker, shows the critical role the area played in eastern coastal region defence during WWII.
The Mallacoota Arts Council has been an active part of the Mallacoota community since the 1980s. It hosts ongoing exhibitions and gives local youth and artists a platform for cultural activities and interaction with the Koori community. For something active and enriching, check out the schedule at Motion Arts, which offers music, yoga, and dance classes.
Mallacoota with the kids
If you're headed to this small town with the little ones in tow, there's much to entertain them, too. Pack the sand toys and make a beach day of it at popular Betka Beach, which is patrolled. Afterward, head to stunning Gipsy Point. Besides the great views from the end of the Mallacoota Inlet, your whole family can also enjoy observing the band of kangaroos which make this point their home.
Whale watching is a great family excursion, with trips leaving from various points along the coast, particularly during the whales' migration season. You'll have the chance to spot not just whales, but dolphins cavorting in the sea.
Water sports, wild nature, and more
Surfing is excellent at Mallacoota's Bastion Point, one of the east coast’s best-known spots for the sport. Head here with your board or just watch experienced surfers do their thing, particularly when there are southerly or northerly winds. During eastern and western winds, the best surfing point is at Davis Creek Beach.
Golf enthusiasts will enjoy a round at Mallacoota Golf and Country Club, on Nelson Drive. Set in a beautiful, coastal expanse of nature with a great waterfront view, it's a memorable spot for a game.
Be sure to visit Croajingolong National Park, which has a vast network of hiking tracks for fantastic ecotourism walks. The gorgeous park, nominated as a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve, is home to incredible plants and animals, making it an excellent point of interest for photographers, bird watchers, and nature-lovers.
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