CRAFT YOUR STORY IN THE MAKING
Inspire your imagination in our creative enclave. Mingle in a passionate community of local artists, artisans, musicians, crafters and makers. Soak up the energy of the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival or meander through quaint galleries and quirky boutiques. Celebrate your own creativity with like-minds against a backdrop of nature’s finest work.
I am a maker, thinker, doer and creator
Find your tribe in a passionately creative community inspired by nature.
Follow the sound of fiddles to toe-tap with the crowd at the local pub. Express yourself – grab your sketchbook or your paintbox and join the arty types capturing the harbour scenery on paper.
Nurture your creative heart with an art class or studio visit. Contemplate an inspiring calendar of music and art festivals stretching year-round.
GALLERIES OF PORT FAIRY
Port Fairy Art Map
The Port Fairy Art Map is a collection of galleries and studios open to the public in an easy walking distance in Port Fairy.
Garden Studio 70
Nestled on one acre, this welcoming garden is where designer and maker, Jill Edwards creates. Her artworks have intrigued and been enjoyed by many who have followed her creative journey...
Mortlake Historical Society Museum
The society produces an excellent newsletter which is included in the annual membership.
Eclectic Designs Glass Blowing Studio
Living in Port Fairy, Eclectic Designs Glass Blowing Studio is extremely aware of the colour combinations of water and sand and how rapidly they change with the weather.
Karen McKenzie Art
Originally from Mount Gambier, South Australia, Karen McKenzie moved to the seaside town of Warrnambool, Victoria, to complete a Bachelor of Arts Degree in 1991.
Mills' and Mott's Cottage
Explore two exceptional Victorian Heritage Listed cottages. Mott's Cottage - 5 Sackville Street, Port Fairy. The original timber cottage was built in 1842 by William Bird, a blacksmith.