|Short Drives - Codrington Settlement & Gardens|
|4887 Princes Highway Codrington VIC|
(23 kilometres West of Port Fairy)
Licensed Restaurant open Thursday to Sunday 10-4. Antiques, local artists works, 3 acres of gardens.
|The Wharf Area - at its peak in the 1850ís the port was the second busiest in Australia. Wool, wheat and gold were loaded onto great sailing ships bound for England. |
Today, The Wharf is a wonderful place to relax and watch the world go by. The Norfolk pines and colonial buildings form a picturesque background to the tranquil waters of the Moyne River. An active fishing fleet still operates out of the harbour which is also home to a small fleet of pleasure craft.
|22 & 33 Bank Street Port Fairy VIC|
Open: Daily during summer holidays and weekends. Surf, snorkel and bike rental. Surf lessons
|At the Wharf Gipps Street Port Fairy VIC|
Open: 7 days weather permitting
30 minute cruise scenic and informative. Fishing trips rods, reels and bait supplied.
|Information about fishing along the Great Ocean Road.|
List of best baits to use for each fish species.
Detailed information on the species of fish you might expect to catch in this area.
|5 Gipps Street Port Fairy VIC|
Fishing clinics, social functions and all your fishing advice
|Mulloka Cruises||Kids U/17 free. Adults $10|
|The Wharf Gipps Street Port Fairy VIC|
Open: Phone to arrange cruise. Join Jane and crew for a fun, informative and scenic 30 minute bay cruise. Kids U/17 free. Adults $10
|The waters around Port Fairy abound with many varities of fish, such as whiting, snapper, bream, salmon and brown trout. Ocean fishing trips and bay cruises opearate from the wharf. Remember you need a fishing licence.|
|Woodbine Road Port Fairy VIC|
Consistently ranked amongst the best 25 public access courses in Australia. Green fee players most welcome.
Pro Shop open 8am to 5.30pm
|Old School, Downs Road Codrington VIC|
Open: Usually open but advisable to ring
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