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
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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 Horn picnic areas. Minimal firewood is provided at other picnic sites around the Inlet. Fresh water is not available at these sites so bring as much as you will need for the day.
There are also picnic areas on the picturesque Betka River, at Betka Beach and at Double Creek at the commencement of the nature trail.
Rubbish bins are not provided at any of these locations so please take your rubbish away with you.
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