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Welcome to: Port Fairy Accommodation

Port Fairy would have to be one of the most charming seaside villages along the entire Great Ocean Road. Living history, heritage walks, art and craft, music festivals, events and markets of all description and so much more. You've made the right decision to stay in Port Fairy, all you need to do now is to choose which accommodation venue. Happy holidaying.

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the boomerangs on the great ocean road

The Boomerangs

If you need a stop over on the way to Port Fairy why not try The Boomerangs @ Johanna. Half way to Port Fairy from Melbourne. Three award winning, boomerang shaped cottages. Each cottage is fully self contained and surrounded by three acres of magical, landscaped gardens which offer guests sensational valley, forest and ocean views. You really can't get more Australian than this! Sorry, no pets. 
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orchard cottages

Orchard Cottages

Two delightful self contained cottages in a garden setting close to the river & beach. Peaceful, secure & no passing traffic. Each sleeping 4, the cottages are made from recycled timbers & are well equipped. While offering great privacy the cottages are only 5 minutes walk to the town centre, beaches, parks, swimming pool, history centre, galleries & the mutton bird rookeries on Griffith Island. 
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maisies on moyne

Maisies on Moyne

Maisies on Moyne is one of Port Fairy's newest accommodation properties. A luxurious three bedroom and three bathroom, split level residence on the banks of the beautiful Moyne River. Suitable for one couple or up to a group of six adults, Maisies on Moyne is easy walking distance to restaurants, shops, the beach and the wharf or a short drive to the Port Fairy Golf course. 
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Choose from a wide variety of accommodation options in Port Fairy and surrounds.

Walking through the streets and surrounds of this small, historical, seaside village is like walking back through time. Lots of old homes and charming, old, refurbished whaler's cottages and numerous stately buildings, many of which have been classified by the National Trust. Along with Portland, Port Fairy was one of Victoria's earliest ports. The reason for this is that the beautiful and picturesque Moyne River affords one of the safest harbours along the Victorian coastline. In the early 19th century, whalers settled along the banks of the Moyne River - revelling in its safe anchorage and consequently hunting the Southern Right Whale to the point of extinction. Today however, the whales have made the area their home and come to nearby Logan's Beach each year in winter to give birth. Rather than hunt whales; crayfish & lobster are now on the menu and the local fishing fleet lay side by side with a large variety of sailing craft including some luxurious, ocean going yachts. Port Fairy Accommodation is not only extensive but varied. Irrespective of your budget or your taste you will be assured to find something to suit in this magical, seaside village. Whalers' cottages are always popular and each cottage has its own remarkable history and personality. There is a wide variety of motels and bed and breakfasts and for its size there is a large number of caravan parks. This attests to Port Fairy being a very popular family destination. Port Fairy is also home to some of the most incredibly modern villas and apartments in Victoria and most of them come with fantastic ocean views. And if you are keen on your food then Port Fairy will not disappoint. Many of the accommodation venues in this region offer in house meals of a very high standard. If however, you prefer to eat out, you can choose from a wide variety of great pub meals, cafes and restaurants. As far as things to do is concerned you won't be disappointed - just checking out the fantastic coastline will take days and there is much more to this area than simply the coastline. For those who prefer a more subtle form of relaxation there's always the Port Fairy Day Spa. Port Fairy Accommodation really is unique - just ask all the holiday makers who return year after year.

Port Fairy : A very special place

In 2012 Port Fairy was judged the "world's most liveable village." The UN endorsed Livecom 2012 Award was presented to Moyne Shire Council officlas at a ceremony held in the UAE in November 2012. Award finalists were judged for strategic planning, environmental practices, lifestyle plus arts and heritage. Port Fairy ticks all these boxes and then some more. Why not come and see for yourselves why the Port Fairy lifestyle is such a unique experience?

Port Fairy is just a very special place. It is so different to all the other coastal towns you will pass through as you drive along the Great Ocean Road. Port Fairy is quite unique in that it has evelved over time to offer its own special blend and as with most seaside towns there is lots of accommodation available but during the peak season you would be wise to book your stay well in advance as this is a very popular destination and you wouldn't want to miss out. The population of Port Fairy at these times can surge to significant numbers. Port Fairy has a large number of caravan parks as it is fast becoming one of the most popular family destinations in Victoria. Port Fairy is also home to some of the most incredibly modern villas and apartments in the state and many of them come with breathtaking ocean views.

Ongoing Events throughout the year in Port Fairy and surrounds.

 

Moyneyana Festival.

Championship sheep dog trials.

Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Koroit Irish Festival. (near Port Fairy)
Mutton Birds begin to migrate. Laang vintage rally.

Warrnambool May Race Carnival.

FUN4 KIDS FESTIVAL in Warrnambool & Whales arrive at Logan's Beach in Warrnambool.
Winter Weekends in Port Fairy.
Koroit Photowalk. Southern Right Whales arrive.

FUN4 KIDS FESTIVAL in Warrnambool.
Winter weekends in Port Fairy.

Winter Weekends in Port Fairy.

Port Fairy Festival of Words.
Mutton Birds fly into Griffiths Island.

Port Fairy Spring Music festival. Woorndoo Country Music Festival.

Port Fairy Show.
Tarerer Gathering of the Clans.

Carols by candlelight.
Moyneyana festival.
Great Victoria Bike Ride along the Great Ocean Road.

 

 

 

Great food and plenty to see and do.

Who among us does not like their food? We all love a good meal and appreciate quality cuisine, especially when we are on holidays. Almost all of the accommodation in Port Fairy offer in house meals which would satisfy even the harshest of food critics. If however, you would rather take advantage of all those deliciously enticing cafes and restaurants, you can select from a broad range where everything from Chinese, to Thai, to Italian, Indian and so much more. Keeping yourself occupied during your stay in Port Fairy will not pose any major problem - it will take you at least a few days to have a good look at the ruggedly marvellous coastline and if you are staying longer there are a few gems just a short drive away. Check out all the great shops and galleries in Port Fairy. Port Fairy Accommodation really is unique - just ask all the holiday makers and families who return year after year. Enjoy! And if you decided not to drive your own car there is no cause to worry as there are a number of melbourne car hire companies. Jump in your preffered mode of transport in Melbourne and enjoy the fantastic drive along the Great Ocean Road and the Shipwreck Coast to your Port Fairy accommodation.


Coming from interstate or overseas?

If you are on your way to Port Fairy and to have a good look around the Great Ocean Road then you may be coming from interstate or overseas. If this is the case then you may also need some accommodation in Melbourne and perhaps car hire. Have a great holiday and drive carefully!