I AM THE SMELL OF COFFEE GROUNDS AT DAWN
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 you’ve never been.
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.
Port Fairy Restaurants
Port Fairy Confectionery
This lovely old Lollie shop has plenty of surprises for you inside. Re-live your child hood or spoil yourself with specialty Chocolates
The Wharf at Port Fairy
The Wharf at Port Fairy is located on the water's edge of the Moyne River in Port Fairy.
Commercial Hotel Koroit
First Licensed in July 1867, current owners Darren & Julie Smith are the 31st in that period. With its proud Irish heritage, warm atmosphere and strong sense of Community, its no wonder why everyone gathers at the Commercial.
Rebecca's Cafe and Ice Creamery
A delicious selection of dishes in the popular seaside town of Port Fairy. Open 7 days from 7am with outdoor seating available
Time and Tide Gallery and Tearoom
A few minutes out of the historic seaside town of Port Fairy you will find Time and Tide Gallery and Tearoom serving sensational food and wine with ocean views to match.
Basalt Vineyard is located along the Great Ocean Road, only minutes from Port Fairy and Warrnambool.