|Things To Do||Places To Go|
|Bush walking||Bemm River|
|Bike riding||Buchan Caves|
|Cannoeing||Cabbage Tree Palms|
|Paddle Boarding||Cann River|
|Estuary fishing||French’s Narrows|
|Off shore fishing||McKillop’s Bridge|
|Beach fishing||Mt Raymond|
|Scuba diving||Raymond Falls|
|Wind surfing||Point Recardo|
|Whale watching||Sailor’s Grasve Brewing Orbost|
|Boating||Bullant Brewing Bruthen|
|Red Bluff Brewers Lake Bunga|
The small village of Marlo, has a population of around 600 residents and is a well kept secret on the most desirable of destinations list. Just 15 minutes from Orbost and the Princes Highway. With wetlands, rain forest, sand dunes and backwaters, the estuary boasts some of the best perch and bream fishing to be found anywhere. Along with yellow eyed mullet, trevally, tailor, luderick, and other associated species. Marlo is truly a fisherman’s paradise. Winter brings the excitement of trawling for salmon and tailor in the estuary. The sheltered waters allow fishing year round in most weather conditions. We are only a few minutes drive to a number of surf beaches such as Point Ricardo, famous for its great catches of large salmon, tailor, gummy shark, flathead and mullet.
Located diagonally opposite the Marlo Caravan Park and Motel. Daily counter lunches and dinner available from 6pm.
Marlo General Store & Post Office
Close by in Argyle Parade. ATM, fuel, ice, groceries, newspapers, magazines and postal services available.
Marlo Jetty and Cape Conran Boat ramps
Marlo Jetty boat ramp located 200 meters from the park