|Popular hotel||Comfort Inn Port Fairy|
|Popular area||Toolong / Rosebrook|
|Nightly rates from||GBP 68|
Seafood is really fresh. Ate at The Wharf Commons, would rate it 5/5. Nature lovers will love exploring Griffith Island.
Beautiful Historic fishing port and wildlife reserve So nice to see so many original buildings restored and still standing.
Very good selection of restaurants and the Farmers Wife cafe tucked away off Sackville street is a hidden gem had a delicious breakfast there, great coffee as well The scenery is magnificent just a perfect place to unwind we visited in July still stunning.
A walk round Griffith Island was rather interesting with sightings of wallabies and some birds; at the right time of the year, watching the shearwaters return at dusk is a great experience.
Port Fairy is very much a Heritage town..We have been there on a previous occasion a) for a day visit then b) to view the return of the Mutton Birds.
There are many great day trips from Port Fairy..eg Grampians , Karoit (Irish History), Warnambool plus the Great ocean road..12 Apostles etc..
it is recently rated as the most livable cities among the world in 2013, it definitely lives up to its name.
the building all beautiful, influenced of old victorian style, the ppl are by far the friendliest and the food is THE BEST. Recommend to drop by Rebecca's cafe for bfst and lunch and must try their to die for pastries and cakes. For dinner, head to the pizza outlet which is by far the best we have tried
A great town on Victoria's "Shipwreck Coast" This is part of one of Australia's premier sightseeing areas along the "Great Ocean Road" The beaches and coastline are beautiful and rugged.