YOUR STAY IN PORT FAIRY

Maisies on Moyne
3 Bedroom split level accommodation on the Moyne River - suitable for one couple or a group of six adults.
From $225 per couple per night, $400 for 2 couples per night, $500 for 3 couples per night (excluding Folk Festival, May Races and Spring Music festival)

 

Maisies Cottage
2 bedroom heritage listed cottage - perfect for couples or families.
From $140 per couple per night (off season)
$20 for each extra guest

 

Julia Rose

Newly renovated 2 bedroom cottage, sleeps 4.
From $150 per couple per night (off season)
$20 for each extra guest

 

Overniter
Private self-contained flat sleeps 2.
From $120 per night (off season)

 

Sea Shanty
Renovated 3 bedroom beach house accommodation 100 metres from the pristine waters of the famous East Beach.

 

 

Things To Do

Life Guards on duty on East Beach Port FairyEast Beach

Swim between the flags on East Beach, it's Lifeguard Patrolled. Be on the East Beach on the weekend to watch the sailboards and keel boats racing. Laze on the beach, soaking up the sun in the sheer bliss of doing absolutely nothing or grab your board and hit the surf.

 

The Lighthouse on Griffiths Island, Port FairyLighthouse, on Griffiths Island
Take a walk around Griffiths Island, see the lighthouse and the remains of the light-keepers' cottages. On your scenic walk, keep watch for swamp wallabies, seals, and the colony of shearwaters (mutton-birds).
For a leisurely afternoon, take along your fishing gear to make 'the catch of the day' along the Moyne River or the causeway.

 

Port Fairy Community MarketPort Fairy Markets
Port Fairy Farmer's Market is held the 3rd Saturday of each month. "Its central location, lovely stallholders and a variety of good quality products make the Port Fairy Farmer's Market a must to visit."
Port Fairy Community Market is held every other Saturday each month.  A great range of crafts, jewellery, plants and delicious local produce is available at this market.

 

The CragsThe Crags
At The Crags you'll gain an understanding of why this is called the Shipwreck Coast. Only a few minutes drive from Port Fairy, the scenery here is breathtaking. Look out to Lady Julia Percy Island; steeped in indigenous history. The Koori name is Deen Mar.

 

 

Visit a Volcano!
Tower Hill State Game Reserve (midway between Port Fairy and Warrnambool) is a haven for native flora and fauna. Only a 10 minute drive from Port Fairy. It last erupted only 7000 years ago. Kangaroos, koalas, echnidas, and emus are sure to be seen here.

 

 

Whale Watching Platform at Logan's Beach, WarrnamboolWhale Watching
Port Fairy and Warrnambool. Warrnambool is regarded as the Southern Right Whale nursery of the South-West (20 min. drive from Port Fairy). The whales return to our warm bays in June to have their young and stay until mid September. Often the whales and their calves can be seen off East Beach in Port Fairy once the calves are experienced enough to travel.

 

The 12 Apostles, Great Ocean RoadThe 12 Apostles on Great Ocean Road
The Port Campbell National Park is less than 2 hours drive from Port Fairy. Famous for the 12 Apostles and shipwrecks (The Loch Ard Gorge), the parks diverse coastline contains limestone stacks and arches, coastal cliffs, dunes, wetlands and woodlands.

 

 

Baroka Lookout, overlooking Halls Gap, in The GrampiansThe Grampians
The Grampians National Park, Halls Gap. Go to the Baroka Lookout (pictured above) to view spectacular mountain formations within 2 hours drive of Port Fairy. While in Halls Gap visit the Brambuk Heritage Centre and learn about our indigenous heritage or enjoy a cafe latte al fresco at one of the cafes while being serenaded by the native birds flying overhead.


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