Port Fairy

Originally named Belfast with a large Irish immigration, was later called Port Fairy in 1887. In the 1850s the port was the second busiest in Australia, transporting goods to England, today the town is mainly a fishing village and tourist destination. The historic Celtic seaside port lined with Norfolk Pines has plenty of charm and character from the 19th century. There are over 50 historic buildings still standing to explore as well as a lighthouse built in 1859 by Scottish stonemasons. The Southern Right Whales migrate to area from June to October to breed.

Nearby towns:
Portland | Warrnambool


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 03 5568 2682

Attractions

Port Fairy Boat Charter
Fishermans Wharf
Tel: 03 5568 1480
Tel: 0409 807 054

Pubs

Caledonian Inn Hotel Motel
41 Bank Street
Tel: 03 5568 1044
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Victoria Hotel
42 Bank Street
Tel: 03 5568 2891
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Golf

Port Fairy Golf Links
Woodbine Road
Tel: 03 5568 2866
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Bowls

Port Fairy Bowls Club
Bowls Court off James Street
Tel: 03 5568 1097

 

Port Fairy

Port Fairy Harbour Port Fairy, Caledonian Inn Port Fairy
Wharf
Caledonian Inn, 1844
Wharf
Port Fairy Victoria Hotel, Port Fairy Port Fairy main street
Replica Ship, Southcombe Park
Victoria Hotel
Township
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Moyne River