Gabo Island

Just 500 metres off the sandy shores of Croajingolong National Park is Gabo Island, believed to be the site of the world’s largest breeding colony of little penguins. Although there are no regular tours of the island, you can rent the relatively inexpensive assistant lightkeeper’s cottage, with room for up to eight people, and have your own 154 hectares of paradise, with white-bellied sea-eagles overhead, little penguins, seals, shearwaters and other birds onshore, and whales and dolphins occasionally cruising past. Wilderness Coast Charters will take you out to the island for your stay, or for a day trip.

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