Cape Howe Marine National Park, Mallacoota

#10 of 10 in Things to do in Mallacoota
National Park · Hidden Gem · Water Body
The Cape Howe Marine National Park is a protected marine national park situated off eastern Gippsland in the far eastern tip of Victoria, Australia. The 4,050-hectare (10,000-acre) marine park extends from just east of Gabo Island to Cape Howe and the New South Wales border, and is adjacent to Croajingolong National Park.
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  • Mallacoota is one of those end-of-the-road finds that is well worth the detour. The campgrounds are vast and enjoy prime position waterfront. Will have to return and spend more time here  more »
  • Cape Howe Marine National Park lies next to the Croajingolong National Park near the NSW border just beyond Gabo Island. The Iron Prince Reef forms part of its boundary and it takes about 4 hours to.....  more »
  • Only just passing through really... looked nice though.
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