Absorb the creativity at your next virtual meeting and Zoom into work from a gorgeous Port Fairy backdrop.
GET YOUR NEXT RETAIL FIX FROM A LOCAL BUSINESS
Leave the chain stores and glitzy malls behind for a quintessential village shopping experience from the comfort of your home.
Nothing says Aussie summer like a holiday to the beach. Add a spot of beach cricket or frisbie and you just might enter heaven.
VIRTUAL FUN WITH HISTORY - WEEK 1
Welcome to our virtual Fun with History Tour! We kick things off this week with ‘EMOH’ The original house of William Rutledge, the merchant known as the ‘King of Port Fairy’.
BATTERY HILL, WORTHY OF EXPLORATION
Located across the bridge from Port Fairy's picturesque harbour, Battery Hill is worthy of exploration. Why was a Battery and Garrison established in Port Fairy? In the nineteenth century, the colonial government was concerned about the wars raging in Europe.
THE HISTORIC TOWNSHIP OF PORT FAIRY
The old township of Port Fairy, located near the Moyne River and with many historic buildings, is worthy of exploration.But there’s a popular saying at the VIC – “Don’t just visit Port Fairy, visit Port Fairy’s history!” So why don’t you ask yourself one question: “Why was Port Fairy once called Belfast?” If you want to explore this question and find answers - read on!