Sorrel kayaks at Gipsy Point.
Peaceful Gipsy Point Lodge.
Dining at Gipsy Point Lodge.
At the furthest corner of the East Gippsland wilderness coast is where you'll find Gipsy Point Lodge, a small, secluded and welcoming spot.
At the head of the Mallacoota Inlet in Victoria is the junction of the Genoa and Wallagaraugh rivers. This area is the furthest corner of the East Gippsland wilderness coast and is where you'll find Gipsy Point Lodge, a small, secluded and welcoming spot with three self-contained cottages and four guesthouse rooms which are queen or twin, all with ensuite facilities.
The guesthouse accommodation, lounge and sundeck have views overlooking the lodge gardens or the river. Whipbird and Mulloway cottages have two bedrooms and the Chief Engineer's Residence is a comfortable one-bedroom cottage. All have kitchen facilities.
The lodge has canoes and kayaks and 4.8-metre motor boats for hire for fishing or cruising the local waterways.
Owners Ian and Libby Mitchell serve wonderful meals, their place is also a favourite spot with locals.
At least 250 types of birds can be found in the area, which adjoins the Croajingolong National Park. The whole region has remained unspoiled and is known for its serenity and beauty. Gipsy Point Lodge has three 4WD vehicles available for bird enthusiasts, field naturalists and sightseers.
If you are a hiker or bushwalker, the Lodge can arrange drop-off and pick-up.
Other activities include photography, swimming, picnics, tennis, billiards, plus the wonderful gardens.
Near Mallacoota, six hours east of Melbourne.
Gipsy Point Lodge guesthouse rooms cost $120 per person per night, including all meals.
Self-contained cottages start at $80 per night with a two-night minimum stay.
Boat hire is from $60 per day.
Please note prices are valid at time of transmission and to the best of our knowledge are inclusive of GST.
Gipsy Point Lodge: Ph: (03) 5158 8205
Freecall: 1800 063 556www.gipsypoint.com