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I AM HUNGRY FOR TODAY.
In Port Fairy, on the Great Ocean Road, every day unfolds with simple pleasures: romance and whimsy, art and music, nature and nurturing. Beat to the rhythm of life of a perfect fishing village nestled on the edge of the Southern Ocean.
CRAFT YOUR STORY IN THE MAKING. Inspire your imagination in our creative enclave. Mingle in a passionate community of local artists, artisans, musicians, crafters and makers. Soak up the energy of the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival or meander through quaint galleries and quirky boutiques. Celebrate your own creativity with like-minds against a backdrop of natureâ€™s finest work.
OLD-WORLD CHARM AND NATURE AT YOUR FEET Walking or cycling is the best way to explore our superbly preserved 19th century village streetscapes. Unearth a watercolour vista on a harbour-side amble. Poke around a still-thriving fishing village rippling with old-world charm. Take a trail to the Southern Ocean, Moyne River, surf beaches, swimming spots or a lighthouse that feels a million miles away from care.
BE SURPRISED By foodie adventures into incredible regional produce. By hand-made treasures and local talent. By boats bobbing gently on the river, superb coffee, wide open streets and big, beaming smiles. By the sense of belonging you feel in a place youâ€™ve never been.
WHERE TO BEGIN
Port Fairy and Region Visitor Information Centre Railway Place, Bank Street, Port Fairy Ph: 03 5568 2682 or 1300 656 564 www.portfairyaustralia.com.au www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au #iamportfairy #visitgreatoceanroad
CREATIVE + HERITAGE
I AM A MAKER, THINKER, DOER AND CREATOR.
Find your tribe in a passionately creative community inspired by nature. Follow the sound of fiddles to toe-tap with the crowd at the local pub. Express yourself â€“ grab your sketchbook or your paintbox and join the arty types capturing the harbour scenery on paper. Nurture your creative heart with an art class or studio visit. Contemplate an inspiring calendar of music and art festivals stretching year-round.
I AM A TRIP BACK IN TIME ON A BRAND NEW DAY. Where maritime mystery ripples through the sea and the river and into the streets. Tap into the past and imagine a simpler life centred on the harbour and bustling fishing fleet. Wander to Battery Hill to discover historic cannons or fossick through photos, relics and time-worn tales at the Historical Society Museum.
CULTURE HIGHLIGHTS > The hardest thing about an enclave of talented artists is finding them. Grab the Port Fairy Art Walk Map and guide your own tour through a collage of galleries and working studios. | portfairyartmap.com > Plan your stay around the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival, a toe-tapping, thigh-slapping March weekend that has thousands thronging to enjoy a program bursting with talent old and new. | portfairyfolkfestival.com > Lay your eyes on the oldest surviving self-righting lifeboat in the world at the Lifeboat Station, along with a collection of 19th century maritime rescue equipment. Book a guided tour through the Visitor Information Centre. > Get to know our town. Take a stroll past charming fully restored buildings and stone cottages built by whalers and seamen. Grab a map at the Visitor Information Centre and head out on the Port Fairy Historic Town Walk. > Wander on foot around windswept Griffiths Island where 19th century whalers toiled. The 1859 bluestone lighthouse still casts its warning light out across the ocean. Collect a brochure and map from the Visitor information Centre before following the interpretive walking trail.
I AM THE SMELL OF COFFEE GROUNDS AT DAWN. Gifts of the sea and the land abound in Port Fairy. The just-plucked freshness of local produce will draw you again and again to eateries to savour the tastes of the region. From barista coffee and fine dining to fish ‘n’ chips on the wharf, there’s a menu to suit your every whim. Relax and go with the flow. You’ll unearth amazing foodie encounters. Wash down native flavours and wild textures with artisan-produced brews and vintages. Meet the growers on their land, or at the market. Rustle up a picnic basket of wholesome goodness. And you’ll find a myriad of places, many occupying quaint historic buildings, to order up a sharing table of gourmet delights or a breakfast of champions you’ll never forget.
FLAVOUR INSPO > Chill with a glass of pinot noir or tasting paddle of craft beers, a delish grazing platter and fine convo about brewing and winemaking. > Scour providores for Shaw River Buffalo Cheese, a local specialty, family-farmed and produced at Yambuk. The hand-stretched mozzarella is to die for. | shawriverbuffalo.com > Let the day unfold over a leisurely breakfast at a different venue every day of your stay. > Grab a basket and get up close and personal with the growers and makers at the Port Fairy Farmersâ€™ Market and the Community House market alternating every Saturday at Railway Place. Local produce at its peak and characters aplenty.
I AM THE SURPRISE DELIGHT OF A TREASURE FOUND. Port Fairy is a haven for shoppers and treasure-hunters – a one-of-a-kind enclave of passionate, boutique traders and artisans who promise you a style of retail therapy that’s easy to love. Leave the chain stores and glitzy malls behind for a quintessential village shopping experience. You’ll find hundreds of fashion labels carefully curated in quaint and quirky shops. Old buildings ingeniously transformed into chic little outlets bursting with character. Browse fledgling labels and known brands. Shop chic homewares, gifts, funky vintage stuff, curiosities, antiques, jewellery, bodycare, books and florals. Seek out hand-made, home-crafted, artisan-designed and bespoke. Thrill to a rare find, a treasured artwork or new favourite to carry home. Dive into a surprising and eclectic mix from fishing and sporting goods to fashion, hair + beauty, and wellness. Or perhaps you fancy a rummage through the Saturday community market?
RETAIL INSPO > Indulge and escape the everyday with a 2-hour package at Port Fairy Day Spa – sigh your way through a geisha spa, hydropool bath and scalp, face and foot massage. | portfairydayspa.com.au > Labels like never before. Put together a distinctive head-to-toe outfit at fall-in-love boutiques. > Keepsakes should be things you love. Muse over creations by local artists, gracing the walls, courtyards and passageways of cafés, shops and studios. Settle on a masterpiece to make your own. > Pick up a page-turner. Discover your next favourite read in one of two book shops or simply browse to your heart’s content. > Swoon over stunning handcrafted jewellery at Luone, and maybe order a custom-made keepsake. | luone.com.au
I AM THE RAINBOW ON THE RIVER THAT PULLS YOU TOWARDS THE SEA. Answer the call of the wild on your terms. Port Fairy is nestled on the edge of the Southern Ocean at the mouth of the Moyne River. It’s a dynamic, wildlife-rich environment where you don’t need to go far to feel a million miles away. Yes, you can have it all – a solo surf, a quiet beach to yourself, an amble by a rocky groyne without a care in the world. No bustle, no crowds, no distractions. Just you and nature’s serenity. From June to October, keep your ocean eyes peeled for the mighty splash of a Southern Right Whale. Look for wallabies as you wander the windswept trails of Griffiths island (almost in the heart of town). Size-up emus, koalas and kangaroos in their natural environment at Tower Hill.
NATURE’S GIFTS > Take a tour offshore to ogle a fur seal colony on Lady Julia Percy Island, Australia’s only submarine island formed when lava erupts underwater. Check at the Visitor Information Centre for tour details. > See a spectacular summer sight – thousands of short-tailed shearwaters (mutton birds) in return flight to their nests on Griffith Island each day at sunset between September and April. > Go wild at The Crags a short drive west of Port Fairy. Explore the rugged shoreline – rocky cliffs, calcified tree roots, jagged outcrops and panoramic coastal views. > Birdwatchers get twitchy at South and East Beach (hooded plovers), Sandy Cove (wetland species) and the river mouth mudflats (pelicans and swans). Bring your binoculars and check at the Visitor Information Centre to see what you might tick off your list. > While away the day at Tower Hill Nature Reserve, only 10 minutes up the road. Pack a picnic or, for the more adventurous, take a 2-hour guided twilight tour to eyeball nocturnal critters and pay homage to the haunting, silhouetted crater landscape at sunset. > Day trip to Macarthur, to explore Budj Bim, Australia’s most recent active volcano and a sacred indigenous site that’s rewriting history.
I AM THE FRESH-AIR GLOW IN YOUR CHEEKS.
Elevate your spirit. Challenge your body. Breathe in fresh ocean air. Park the car and unplug your devices. Move and be moved by Port Fairyâ€™s stunning open spaces and free-as-a-bird places. Get energetic with an ocean surf or sailboarding at East Beach, or paddle out beyond the reef at Pea Soup. Hire a bike or a kite (or both) and whirl your way around town and beyond in search of the perfect spot to set flight. Strap on your running shoes to explore a new-to-you locale at a powerful pace. Kilometre upon kilometre of trails and tracks meander from beach to clifftop to bush to river and beyond. Escape and blow-out the cobwebs with a run, walk or cycle. Fish are plentiful and we recommended you dangle a lazy line into the Moyne River and try to outwit a brown trout.
MOVE IT, MOVE IT > For your own catch of the day, charter a fishing boat and cruise into the big blue yonder where the waters teem with snapper, bream, tuna, whiting and salmon, to name a few. > Relax and loosen up. Tee off for a leisurely round at Port Fairy Golf Club where the fairways overlook the rugged coastline of the Southern Ocean. | portfairygolf.com.au > Challenge yourself to a section of the Port Fairy – Warrnambool Rail Trail. Or all 37km, if you’re up to it, making sure you stopover in Koroit for a coffee. Explore the rural countryside at your own pace: walking, cycling, jogging or full-on running. > Head to Killarney to walk a secluded beach, clamber over shore rocks, surf ocean waves or try your hand at fishing. It’s a top spot for whiting, Australian salmon and flathead. > Wander to Mortlake, Australia’s olivine capital, to fossick for a beautiful peridot gemstone.
LUONE SILVERSMITH & BESPOKE JEWELLERY
LUONE is an Australian jewellery label imbuing elegance and timeless design. Simple & beautiful hand-crafted pieces for women who appreciate jewellery with a bespoke element. Signature details, hand-selected pearls and gems combined with classic precious metals sterling silver, yellow gold and rose gold are features of the unique & distinctive style. Come visit the workshop where customers love to view the process at the workbench. A: Shop 2, 10 Bank St, Port Fairy M: 0428 321 272 E: firstname.lastname@example.org luone.com.au
Merrijig Kitchen & Front Bar
Housed in Victoria’s oldest inn, the Merrijig, our quaint, historic front bar is open from 4pm Thu-Mon. Have a glass or bottle of wine from our highly recommended “2 Glass” Wine List (Aust Gourmet Traveller Wine List of the Year Awards) and check out our carefully crafted selection of artisanal spirits and boutique beer list. Try one of our seasonal cocktails and our scrumptious barrel-fermented Negroni – unique to the Merrijig. Dinner is served from 6pm. A: 1 Campbell St, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 2324 E: email@example.com merrijiginn.com
Perfumed Waters Gallery
Perfumed Waters Gallery is a wonderful boutique fine-art photographic gallery by award winning photographer Simon O’Dwyer. He specialises in unique hand-painted photographs of The Great Ocean Road and awe-inspiring images captured on his travels around the world. Simon also exhibits his hand made artisan frames & furniture that he makes to order. The gallery is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday from 10am - 4.30pm or available by appointment. A: 3/27 Sackville St, Port Fairy T: 0428 975 613 E: firstname.lastname@example.org simonodwyer.photoshelter.com
Michael Davey Massage Therapies
Michael Davey, Remedial Massage Therapist, provides treatments at his room in Port Fairy, or at your home, holiday accommodation and workplace in Port Fairy, Warrnambool, Koroit and surrounding rural areas. Michael offers remedial, relaxation, sports, deep tissue and Hawaiian massage treatments, as well as Bowen Therapies, Reiki and Foot Reflexology. Seven days until late, often available at short notice. Quality, professional treatments. A: Cooinda Crt, Port Fairy M: 0431 709 117 E: email@example.com moynemobilemassage.websyte.com.au
Port Fairy Day Spa
The newly re-furbished Port Fairy Day Spa offers 10 amazing treatment rooms to experience peaceful ambiance, ensuring your time at the spa is one of total indulgent bliss. Offering a comprehensive range of spa, beauty and therapeutic treatments designed to re-balance and de-stress your mind and body. Couples and group bookings are available. Port Fairy Day Spa Boutique stock swimwear, clothing, accessories, and gifts from leading Australian labels. A: 56 Bank St, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 1161 E: firstname.lastname@example.org portfairydayspa.com.au
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Ashmont Motor Inn and Apartments
Includes 6 luxury apartments • king size beds • sleep up to five • modern decor • fully equipped kitchens – cook your own meals • flat screen TVs • reverse cycle air conditioning 14 warm comfortable motel rooms • queen size beds • electric blankets • off road parking • microwave, toaster, jug • reverse cycle air conditioning Free and unlimited Wi-Fi In the middle of the restaurant precinct. Park and walk. A: 47 Bank St, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 1588 E: email@example.com ashmontmotorinn.com.au
Bel Miren high quality accommodation offers peace and privacy. The home comprises of 2 queen suites and 1 king suite all with ensuites, spas and private entrances. Relax amongst the enticing courtyard, gazebo, BBQ area and solar heated pool. Feel at home with the well-equipped kitchen / lounge with Netflix and Wi-Fi access, plus laundry. Book the whole house or choose from one of the suites. The perfect place to stay after exploring the Great Ocean Road. From $175. A: 227 Princes Highway, Port Fairy T: 0427 997 245 E: firstname.lastname@example.org facebook.com/BelMiren/
Looking for deluxe, private, secluded villas just a stone’s throw from the Eastern Beach? Then these are for you! Sit back, relax and enjoy some quite time to recuperate on your private balcony while overlooking the Botanical Gardens. With the comfortability to sleep up to seven guests across three lavish bedrooms and the perfect spot to store your surf or boogie boards, this is the ideal spot for families, groups or even couples looking for a coastal getaway! A: Units 1 & 2, 1 Castwood Place, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: email@example.com portfairyaccom.com.au
Gum Tree Caravan Park
Located only 300m off the Princes Highway, our park contains quality self-contained cabins to suit every budget, lawned caravan and camping sites, a great camp kitchen beside our new adventure playground, off-leash dog area and pet friendly cabins and sites. All less than 4km to the town centre. Free Wi-Fi. Powered sites from $25. A: Toolong Rd, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 1462 E: firstname.lastname@example.org gumtreecaravanpark.com.au
Hearn’s Beach House
Have you ever dreamed of escaping to your own private beach where you get to feel the sand nestle between your toes? At Hearn’s Beach House you can do precisely that - and much more! With lavish open living, 5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and ocean views everywhere you look, this home is sure to make your Port Fairy holiday an everlasting memory! Set on rural acreage just a few minutes’ drive from Port Fairy’s town centre. A: 2583 Princes Highway, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: email@example.com hearnsbeachhouse.com
Hearn’s Beachside Villas
Architecturally designed beachfront luxury! Nestled in the sand dunes of the Southern Ocean, these secluded villas allow you to take R&R to the next level. With one, two or three-bedroom villas on offer, we go above and beyond to cater for all guests’ needs. With floor to ceiling windows maximising ocean views, you cannot go past these lavish properties for a romantic getaway, time away with friends or a family holiday at any time of year. A: 13-17 Thistle Place, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: firstname.lastname@example.org hearnsbeachsidevillas.com.au
Hearn’s Port Fairy Accommodation
Craving peace and quiet? Or looking for a fun filled, adventurous weekend on the tip of the Great Ocean Road? With the largest and most extensive holiday accommodation portfolio in town, Hearn’s will provide you with great accommodation and an experience to remember! Whether you are looking for a luxury river view home, secluded villas with ocean views or central cottages with old-world charm, contact the team at Hearn’s, we’ve got the property for you! A: Shop 2/54 Sackville St, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: email@example.com portfairyaccom.com.au
Johansson’s Perch Complex
Need to take a break from all of life’s stressors? Looking for some peace and quiet by a lavish and unique setting? The Johansson’s Perch complex offers quaint, luxury accommodation in the heart of Port Fairy’s Moyne River. With two-bedroom and three-bedroom units available, along with a roadside cottage, the Johansson’s complex makes for the ideal group or couples retreat. Sit back, relax and enjoy a wine or two on your very own river viewing balcony. A: Units 1, 2, 3 & 4/43 Gipps Street, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: firstname.lastname@example.org portfairyaccom.com.au
Boasting one of a kind river views, this enormous and luxurious double storey property is ideal for your next golf or foodie getaway! With modern state-of-the-art kitchen facilities both up and downstairs, matching ensuite to every bedroom and multiple living area’s, this comfortable property sits just 400 meters from the main street, meaning everything you could ever want is right at your doorstep! A: 53 Gipps Street, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: email@example.com shearwaterhouse.com.au
Port Fairy CAR AVAN PARKS
Gardens Caravan Park A: 111 Griffith Street, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 1060 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Southcombe Caravan Park A: James Street, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 2677 E: email@example.com
Killarney Beach Caravan Reserve A: Mahoneys Road, Killarney M: 0428 314 823
Koroit-Tower Hill Caravan Park A: High Street, Koroit T: 03 5565 7926
Yambuk Caravan Park A: Carrolls Road, Yambuk M: 0419 006 201 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mortlake Caravan Park A: Jamieson Avenue, Mortlake M: 0409 428 870
If you’re looking for spacious accommodation just a stone’s throw from the beach then this one’s for you! Ideal for families and small groups, this spacious home has two living areas, one with gas log fire, four bedrooms and two lavish bathrooms. With plenty of space to entertain outside, lounge around in the backyard and soak up the sun from one of your many balconies with ocean views, there is nothing more you could want. A: 25 Reardon Street, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: email@example.com portfairyaccom.com.au
Spectacularly Designed Beachfront Home! Sitting on the edge of Port Fairy’s Southern Ocean, Whispers is the place that allows you to fall in love with Port Fairy time and time again. Recuperate and relax whilst listening to peaceful sounds of the ocean in all of its picturesque glory. Equally well appointed for summer and winter stays with quality fixtures and fittings throughout, this home comfortably sleeps 10 across four spacious bedrooms with matching ocean views. A: 4 Ocean Drive, Port Fairy T: 03 5568 3150 E: firstname.lastname@example.org whispersportfairy.com.au
Port Fairy Golf Links
Consistently ranked within the 25 best public access courses in Australia this classic links course winds its way through unspoilt sand dunes and provides spectacular views of the Southern Ocean. The gently rolling sand dunes of Port Fairy Golf Links have been largely unaltered by man, only mown in order to define fairways and rough, giving rise to a wonderful natural ‘feel’. Visit our website for ‘stay and play’ packages. A: Woodbine Rd, 2kms east of Port Fairy T: 03 5568 1654 E: email@example.com portfairygolf.com.au
Shaw River Buffalo Cheese
Shaw River Buffalo Cheese farm over 400 Water Buffalo, producing handmade farmhouse cheeses from 100% Water Buffalo milk. Our products are available from local retailers and feature on many local menus. Our hand-stretched mozzarella, natural yoghurt and unique semi-hard cheeses are iconic regional delicacies. Please see our website or contact Port Fairy VIC for details of our farmgate trading times, or email us for group booking enquiries. A: Princes Hwy, Yambuk (West of Port Fairy) T: 03 5568 4321 E: firstname.lastname@example.org shawriverbuffalo.com 25
For more than 130 years, and with over 2,000 works ranging from European Salon and Colonial Paintings and Indigenous artefacts, to Australian Modernist and Contemporary works, the Warrnambool Art Gallery has facilitated rich experiences for audiences both through its Collection and through an inspired program of exhibitions and events in and beyond the Gallery.
WARRNAMBOOL ART GALLERY 26 Liebig Street Warrnambool Victoria 3280 Tel. 03 5559 4949 Open Monday–Friday 10–5 Weekends & Public Holidays 10–3 www.thewag.com.au email@example.com Visit our website for Public Programs, Special Events & News Owned and operated by Warrnambool City Council as a memorial to Sir David Fletcher Jones obe, with the support of Creative Victoria Department of Education & Training, & the Catholic Diocese of Ballarat, Education.
Image: Hobie Porter From little things, big things oil on polyester canvas 120 x 200 cm. (detail) Purchased 2016.
Experience Tower Hill – a dormant volcano of geological significance, now a wildlife reserve and a haven for many of Australia’s animals. You have the rare opportunity to observe these animals in their natural habitat. A guided walking tour provides an opportunity to see and learn about this natural environment and the native animals that call it home. Our guides introduce you to this world, as well as giving you an insight into Indigenous culture. A: Princes Hwy, west of Warrnambool T: 03 5565 9202 E: firstname.lastname@example.org towerhill.org.au
Cape Otway Lightstation
Climb Australia’s most significant lighthouse (1848) to experience awesome views 90m above the wild Southern Ocean. Explore our Cultural Centre for insight into local indigenous ways, artefacts and bush tucker plants. Heritage buildings including the Telegraph Station, WW2 Radar Bunker or even stay in the original Lightkeeper’s Cottages. Enjoy fresh food at our Lightkeeper’s Kitchen. See koalas and kangaroos in nearby Great Otway NP. Whales May-Oct. Open daily 9am-5pm, last entry 4.30pm. A: Cape Otway Lighthouse Rd via Great Ocean Rd, Cape Otway T: 03 5237 9240 E: email@example.com lightstation.com
FIND YOUR PEOPLE Visit one of Port Fairy’s iconic events during your stay. > Port Fairy Jazz Festival | portfairyjazz.com.au > Winter Weekends | portfairywinterweekends.com.au > Port Fairy Spring Music Festival | portfairyspringfest.com.au > Moyneyana Festival | moyneyana.port-fairy.com > Koroit Irish Festival | koroitirishfestival.com.au
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ITâ€™S EASIER THAN YOU THINK. Drive. Around 3.5 hours from Melbourne via the Princes Highway (or 5.5 hours via the Great Ocean Road). From Adelaide, 6.5 hours. Train. From Melbourneâ€™s Southern Cross Station, take a train to Warrnambool then a coach to Port Fairy. | ptv.vic.gov.au Bus. Board a V/Line bus service at Warrnambool Train Station. | ptv.vic.gov.au Fly. Fly into Melbourne Tullamarine or Melbourne Avalon. From Essendon airport (in Melbourne) catch a regional flight to Warrnambool, Portland or Port Fairy Airstrip (dry weather only). | moyne.vic.gov.au/Our-Services/Port-Fairy-Airstrip | melbourneairport.com.au | avalonairport.com.au | essendonairport.com.au
EXPLORE PORT FAIRY + SURROUNDS. We’re front and centre to all the action. Port Fairy is a perfect springboard for exploring the Bay of Islands Coastal Park, the Kanawinka Global Geopark and Hopkins Falls Reserve. Make the fun last – stay a few days and really get to know us.
PORT FAIRY VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE Railway Place, Bank Street, Port Fairy Ph: 03 5568 2682 or 1300 656 564 www.portfairyaustralia.com.au www.visitgreatoceanroad.org.au #iamportfairy #visitgreatoceanroad
This publication is a cooperative initiative of Great Ocean Road Regional Tourism Ltd, Moyne Shire Council and Port Fairy Tourism Association. For advertising opportunities contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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Published on Nov 16, 2017
Published on Nov 16, 2017
I AM PORTFAIRY - information and map on where to go and what to do in Port Fairy, Great Ocean Road, Victoria, Australia