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View from the top (on a cloudy day)

2 years ago from Andrew

Location: Genoa Peak

1st lookout

2 years ago from Andrew

Location: Genoa Peak

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Camping at Croajingolong

A number of secluded campgrounds located throughout the park are a perfect base for beach walks, birdwatching, boating and fishing. Most campgrounds have communal picnic facilities and fireplaces. Car-based camping…


Experience some of Australia’s best flat water canoeing on the many rivers, streams and estuaries throughout the park. The Mallacoota Inlet and the lower sections of the Betka, Genoa and…


Croajingolong is fantastic for boating. There are many spectacular areas around the Mallacoota Inlet and along the Wallagaraugh and Genoa Rivers which can be explored by boat. There are launching…

Walking the Wilderness Coast

The Wilderness Coast Walk extends 100km from the Eastern Shores of Sydenham Inlet in Croajingolong National Park, to Wonboyn in the Nadgee Nature Reserve, NSW. The walk can be accessed…


There are picnic facilities at various locations around Mallacoota Inlet, some of which are only accessible by boat. Free gas barbeques are provided at Gravelly Point, Captain Creek and Cape…

Cape Howe Wilderness Zone

Cape Howe Wilderness Zone is part of Croajingolong National Park. It adjoins Nadgee Wilderness Area along the border between Victoria and New South Wales. The Nadgee-Howe Wilderness Area is considered…

Genoa Peak

North west of Mallacoota, Genoa Peak offers magnificent views of the Wilderness Coast, the Thurra Dunes and Mallacoota Inlet. To access Genoa Peak, a gravel road from the Princes Highway…

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