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Motts Cottage
3 Sackville Street Port Fairy VIC
National Trust Building dating back to the 1840’s. Open 2-4pm Wednesday and Saturday
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Historic Lighthouse
Historic Lighthouse
Situated on Griffiths Island and constructed from local bluestone by Scottish stonemasons in 1859. The keepers cottages were demolished in the 1950’s but the lighthouse still operates on wind and solar power. The light is visible 19 kilometres out to sea.
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Lady Julia Percy Island
Fascinating island to the west of Port Fairy. Australia’s only submarine volcano, the lava flows have created an unusual flat top and almost vertical cliffs surround the island. Home to the largest fur seal colony in the southern hemisphere - you are able to book a boat trip from the wharf (subject to weather).
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Short Drives - Mount Eccles (40 minutes North West)
Mt Eccles is one of several volcanoes that produced the lava forming Victoria’s Western volcanic plains. Nestled in the centre of Mt Eccles is the beautiful Lake Surprise. There are 4 major walking tracks taking in the crater rim, lava caves and canals.
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Short Drives - Warrnambool (20 minutes)
Short Drives - Warrnambool (20 minutes)
Warrnambool is the largest city on the Great Ocean Road with a permanent population of 31,000. Overlooking the sheltered beach of Lady Bay the town is renowned for its visiting whales, the grand national steeplechase and the fabulous laser & light show at Flagstaff Hill
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Short Drives - Koroit (15 minutes North West)
Historic township midway between Port Fairy and Warrnambool on the northern slopes of Tower Hill. Speciality shops, historic buildings, eateries
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Horse Riding - Rundells Mahogony Trail Rides
Millers Lane off Princes Highway IIowa VIC
near Warrnambool
Open: 7 days except Christmas
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Battery Hill and the Powder Magazine
The hill first served as the Garbour Master’s signal point for shipping. Local militia units established the gun batteries and built the concrete fortifications that were completed in 1857. The collection of such weapons is exceptional. The bluestone powder magazine was built in 1860 to store explosives used in construction of the river wall.
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Easy Rider Surf School
Port Fairy and Warrnambool
Learn to surf with professional coaches
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Tower Hill Reserve
Located on the Princes Highway between Warrnambool and Port Fairy.
Discover ancient volcanic land formations, wildlife, aboriginal culture. Guided walks with Worn Gundidji’s experienced team. Contact Information Centre for further details.
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