Gipsy Point Lodge, Mallacoota Inlet, East Gippsland, Victoria
Gipsy Point Lodge, Mallacoota Inlet, East Gippsland, Victoria

Gipsy Point Lodge is a small guesthouse situated at the junction of the Genoa and Wallagaraugh Rivers at the head of Mallacoota Inlet in Victoria. Surrounded by Croajingolong National Park and the waterways.

The Lodge is in the furthest corner of the East Gippsland wilderness coast and provides a base for access to a remarkable diversity of environments of forests, rivers, lakes and coastline. The area is still as nature designed it – unspoiled and famous for its beauty end serenity. The rivers and the inlet are noted for their excellent bream and flathead fishing.

The Lodge has seven guest rooms and three self-contained cottages accommodating up to twenty-five guests. Rooms are large and comfortable with queen or twin beds. All guest rooms have private ensuites.

Amenities include a guest lounge, billiards room, tennis court, a boat launching ramp and jetties, and motor boats for hire for touring the waterways and for fishing.

The tariff includes a hot breakfast, packed hamper lunch and a three-course dinner in the evening. Tea and coffee are available from the lounge at all hours. There is a licensed bar for guests’ drinks before and during dinner. In the cooler evenings the open fire in the lounge provides a cosy atmosphere.

Phone 03 5158 8205
Fax 03 5158 8225


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