Nothing says Aussie summer like a holiday to the beach. Add a spot of beach cricket or frisbie and you just might enter heaven.
Port Fairy is set on a 5.8 km long beach, extending in a broad, curving arc from Reef Point in the east, where it faces south, to the North Mole or harbour entrance wall in the south, where it faces east. West of Griffiths Island, the beaches continue, extending 2km past the caravan park.
Learn to surf
Get a taste of surfing at the end of the Great Ocean Road on Port Fairy's fantastic white sandy beaches. catering for classes for 7 to 70 years old, from couch potatoes to elite athletes so you can learn to surf the right way in a safe and structured environment.
Port Fairy Surf Schools rent surfboards and wet suits to people in and out of classes.
Slow down. You're on holiday. Park the car, hide the keys and explore the great outdoors with the wind in your hair and sun on your back.
Port Fairy and surrounds is well set up for pedal or foot exploration with coastal and hinterland trails running in every which way. In the saddle, over bridges and pastures, head south on the Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail. On foot, discover marooned shipwrecks whilst exploring the beautiful coastline.
Port Fairy to a tee
Port Fairy Golf Club is less than five minutes from the centre of charming, historic Port Fairy
The Links Course was designed by Michael Clayton and is situated right along the coastline making for some spectacular views, while the course itself is consistently voted in the Top 50 public access courses in Australia.
Clubhouse facilities including bar and catering are available along with a stocked Pro Shop.
Address: Woodbine Road, Port Fairy
Phone: +61 3 5568 1654