Mission Lodge Lookout, Victoria

#6 of 37 in Things to do in Victoria
Lookout · Tourist Spot
Sea and mountains form the view from Mission Lodge Lookout, a famous vantage point offering a panorama of lush rainforests and coastline. Bring your lunch to a shaded and peaceful confine of a gazebo, a secluded lookout at the end of a pleasant scenic hike. Watch the birds and sit amidst many small fruit trees. The place is known for hosting Queen Elizabeth II who took her tea break here in 1972 and inaugurated the lodge four years prior to the declaration of independence. Put Mission Lodge Lookout into our Victoria trip planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Victoria.
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  • We drove up to see the view right after we arrived in Mahers airport. Was a great way to start the trip to take in the views and get our bearings!  more »
  • The silence, the forest , the history and mainly, the view! We can see several local flora, especially, the cinnamon tree in its habitat.  more »
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