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Absolutely paradise in Victoria. Take everything you need with you except for linen. Well stocked kitchen, extra large freezer. Bring you binoculars for whale, dolphin, seal, penguin and boat watching. Do a tour of the lighthouse with the keeper. No real mobile phone service so...More
Stay at the light house Keepers cottage. Old school cosy and warm. Fully stocked kitchen, microwave, oven, gas stove top, large fridge, big freezer on the enclosed verandah.
Internet patchy so go “Amish style” no technology for your stay.
Wonderful spot for watching whales, seals,...More
If you can get a boat ride over there....do it (or take your own I guess). It is remarkable since it is a working lighthouse & this is where they record weather for that part of Victoria.
It is secluded and the homestead is original...More
Did a day trip to Gabo Island by charter boat from Mallacoota which took about 20min each way. Relaxing walk from the jetty past the old boat shed to the cemetery and monument. Then onto the museum and weather station near the lighthouse. Did a...More
Gabo Island, home to a historic lighthouse and the world's largest colony of Little Penguins, is a small island 500 meters off the southeastern Australian coast (13 km from Mallacoota, Victoria), managed by Parks Victoria and accessible only by boat or small plane.