Things To Do & See

This region has no shortage of things to see and do – visitors are spoilt for choice and can decide to relax and switch off, or pack their days full of history, scenery and adventure.

Whether it be sitting on the beach, fishing, learning about history and indigenous culture, seeing nature at its finest, surfing, dining out at top-class restaurants, walking, sight-seeing, shopping and everything in between, the Moyne Shire region has got your holiday boxes ticked.


The ocean breeze and tall trees make the perfect escape to nature. There’s nothing better than fresh air, good food and nature to nourish the body and soul.

Big Nature

Escape to our diverse natural attractions. Including riverside parks, native wildlife, picturesque botanical gardens and scenic coastline – perfect for winter whale watching.


Discover the beaches in Port Fairy and the Moyne Shire Region or extend your stay and visit the iconic beaches along the Great Ocean Road.

Towns & Villages

Escape to the charming towns and villages of Port Fairy, known for their rich history, stunning coastal scenery, and vibrant local cultures.


You can take your time to explore with handmade treasures, artisanal delights and breathtaking creative talent found in all our villages. We are a creative community and it comes through in everything we say and do. We find the art in the everyday.

Eat & Drink

Indulge in the culinary delights of Port Fairy, where you’ll find a range of dining options from fresh seafood to local cuisine. Savour the taste of local ingredients in cozy cafes and restaurants, and discover the region’s thriving food and drink scene.

Shopping & Markets

A one-of-a-kind enclave of passionate, boutique traders and artisans. You’ll find hundreds of fashion labels carefully curated in quaint and quirky shops. Old buildings ingeniously transformed into chic little outlets bursting with character or perhaps you fancy a rummage through the Saturday market?

History & Heritage

Old-World Charm and Nature at your feet. Walking or cycling is the best way to explore our superbly preserved 19th century village streetscapes. Unearth a watercolour vista on a harbour-side amble. Poke around a still-thriving fishing village rippling with old-world charm.


Discover your own path. Make footprints in the sand on the coastal trail, cycle or walk the scenic rail trail or step back in time with one of the many heritage walks.

Family Activities

At Port Fairy, kids of all ages are spoiled for choice with a patrolled beach, playgrounds, skate park and Australian native animals. The only question is will the kids have enough energy to do it all!


Embark on a tour of Port Fairy and explore the breathtaking scenery, rich history and unique culture of this stunning region. From guided walks to boat tours, there’s something for everyone in this picturesque corner of the world.


You can soak up the fun and a creative atmosphere at one of our many festivals and events. Music, crafts, food and wine are our lifeblood. It’s our dedication to the things that inspire us that makes us great at what we do.

Culture, Arts & Music

Dive into the cultural richness of Port Fairy, a town renowned for its thriving arts, music and cultural scene. Discover local artists, attend live music performances, and immerse yourself in the creative spirit of this vibrant community.

Fishing in Port Fairy

The saltwater angler is well catered for in Port Fairy with river fishing (Moyne), surf fishing (East beach) and boating (Port Fairy Bay) all readily accessible. Slightly further afield, similar options are also available at Warrnambool, Killarney and Yambuk Lake.

Whale Watching

Experience the giants of the deep journey from the Antarctic for their annual babymoon, breeding, birthing and raising their calves in our backyard. Along the Whale Trail through Warrnambool, Port Fairy and Portland, also known as the ‘whale corridor’, you’ll spot Southern Right, Humpback, Blue and the occasional Orca.

Spas, Relaxation & Wellbeing

Recharge and unwind in Port Fairy, a destination renowned for its spas, relaxation, and wellbeing offerings. From tranquil massages to rejuvenating yoga classes, experience ultimate relaxation and rejuvenation in this idyllic corner of the world.


Explore the unique local businesses and attractions in Port Fairy, a charming town renowned for its rich history, stunning scenery, and vibrant culture. From local shops to historical landmarks, this picturesque destination has something for everyone. Experience it all in Port Fairy.


Join in the fun at the many events in Port Fairy, a vibrant town with a thriving cultural scene. From music festivals to food fairs, this picturesque destination is alive with excitement and festivities. Experience the local spirit of Port Fairy through its exciting events.

The Port Fairy Folk Festival

The Port Fairy Folk Festival was established in 1977. The festival has put Port Fairy up front and centre on the world stage of folk music.

The festival is now a part of the DNA of this wonderful township and reinforces its rich cultural traditions as well celebrating new and innovative music and art.

Bookings for a cabin or a site during the Folk Festival are open on the 1st of September. Bookings are processed in the order received.

Explore what makes us great...

Really lovely and small site. Good facilities. Nice and quiet with respectful guests. Good location between Warrnambool and Port fairy for a bit of variety and Tower Hill offers great short walks. Jason was very understanding and accommodating when an unforeseen circumstance came our way. Would stay again 🙂 Would also recommend local pub Mickey Bourkes Parma.
Marli Dowsett
Marli Dowsett
This is a small but busy caravan park. It is run from offsite, so you don't get to meet the owners like you would normally. They were easy to contact by phone on the 3 occasions I called them. Everyone was quiet and respectful, except for the person that took my beers from the fridge while I waited for them to be cold. I suspect that it was not someone staying in the park, as I saw people wandering aimlessly around the place. I guess that is one drawback of not having the owners on site. That being said, I would happily stay here again...
Alan Nicolle
Alan Nicolle
Great Location, well maintained and easy to book via the website.
James Quinn
James Quinn
Beautiful quiant park, botanical Gardens next door has some lovely species of tree and is very well maintained. Could do with a mop and cloth in the showers so you can clean up after yourself.
Jenna Jenna
Jenna Jenna
Lovely little caravan park. Amenities excellent. Friendly helpful manager. Grassy and flat. Beside the Botanic Gardens. If you're looking for a park that doesn't charge like a wounded bull, this is it, and it's only 15 minutes from Warrnambool and Port Fairy where the Caravan Parks are huge and charge almost twice as much.
Veronica Schwarz
Veronica Schwarz
A great small park with clean and tidy amenities. Good value for money.
Bruce Hamilton
Bruce Hamilton