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Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass
"With the Australia Multi-City Attractions Pass you can see Australia’s best attractions at your own pace. There are more than 140 attractions and activities to choose from allowing you to create your own itinerary and save up to 50% on top attractions tours museums venues and more in Australia’s most popular destinations – Sydney Melbourne
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Customized Private Great Ocean Road Day Trip from Melbourne
"The Great Ocean Road and the stunning sights it has to offer is one of the most unique and spectacular natural formations in the world! This is a very eventful day filled with beautiful scenery as you start your coastal drive along the Great Oc rosellas and cockatoos!Stop by boutique seaside towns as you continue your journey along the Great Ocean Road. Visit an ancient rainforest with huge trees ferns and moss everywhere. It's absolutely divine!The day gets better and better as you spend the second half of your day with a big ""bang""! The stunning 12 Apostles Loch Ard Gorge and Razorback. They're gigantic natural formations that were formed over millions of years of weather and other elements. There's no place on Earth like the Great Ocean Road. You will have an excellent tour guide who is very knowledgeable entertaining
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Great Ocean Road Small-Group Eco-Tour from Melbourne
"After morning pickup at your hotel get comfortable on your deluxe minicoach and head southwest along the scenic coast. Your knowledgeable guide shares informative commentary about the sights as you travel. About one hour into your journey travel through Torquay a beach town known for its surf culture and as the start of the Great Ocean Road. Next enjoy a morning tea break at a beachside location before continue another hour to Kennett River where you take a short walk in eucalyptus forest to look for koalas and colorful parrots.Further along at the foot of the Otway Ranges have lunch in the beautiful town of Apollo Bay. Then enjoy free time to explore the shops and marina or take a dip in the water. Your next stop takes you into Great Otway National Park for a leisurely stroll at Maits Rest. A wooden boardwalk lead
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More Things to Do in Port Fairy

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180 Miles By Bike Art Gallery

Driving into Port Fairy it's hard to miss the little orthodox church at 130 Prince Hwy. Owned by local artist John Davis the church is slowly being transformed into a very unique art gallery which...
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Port Fairy Folk Festival - variety of music

Port Fairy Folk Festival - Key Facts Held in March each yearA major Australian International Music Festival Regarded as one of the worlds Top 5 Folk Music Festivals Established 1977. Winner Australia...
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Glass Blowing

We went to visit the glass blowing studio. They had just started a new blowing session, apparently they blow glass for a few weeks at a time and then lampwork beads for a while. It is a small studio...
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Whale Bone Gallery

Following the Art Walk Map available from the Port Fairy Tourist office, we came across Whale Bone Gallery. We were particularily impressed with this gallery as it is a co-operative run by 6 local...
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Fishing Boats Port Fairy

Visit the wharf at Port Fairy, interesting at any time you are sure to see some boat activity or some people fishing. The day we went we saw all of these things and were lucky enough to see a Squid...
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Ferry Trip from Port Fairy

Whilst in Port Fairy we were impressed with the tidy town, the picturesque Moyne River and the interesting waterfront and dock area. Whilst visiting the docks we saw a ferry about to commence a tour,...
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Take a walk by the wharf

One of the things I found very interesting while in Port Fairy was all of the small end commercial fishing boats. The little riverway leading out to the ocean was very protected, but still had enough...
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Port Fairy Historic Town Walk

The historical walk takes you past many of the quaint town's historic buildings. Many buildings from the mid 19thC are highlighted.Due to little economic development after 1900 the town's old world...
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Caledonian Inn

Now here is a pub with history. The building itself, the photos inside, the stories on the wall. The beauty is that all recent landlords have been mindful of that history and it is well recorded. More...
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The Moyne

Though it's a sad excuse for a river, seemingly relying more on tides for flow than anything coming from upstream, it scrubs up reasonably when viewed from the southern side. Once past the town it is...
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Seacombe House

Though started in 1847 by Captain John Sanders, it was taken over in the 1850's by Abijah (don't hear that name too often these days!) Brown when it was the town's social centre, a role it played...
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Mott's cottage

No one knows for certain when this historic cottage was built but it was almost certainly between 1830 and 1840. Though its bright beige paintwork tries to make it seem as one, the only portion of the...
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41b Gipps Street, Port Fairy, Victoria, 3284, Australia
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22 Sackville Street, P.O. Box 79, Port Fairy, Stat
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48-50 Bank Street,, Port Fairy, 3284, Australia
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85 Gipps Street, Port Fairy, 3284, Australia
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47 BANK STREET, Port Fairy, VI 3284
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"Port Fairy"
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Kate-Me

"Port Fairy - at the end of the Great Ocean Road"
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cjg1

"Nice Coastal Town Along the Moyne River"
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ATXtraveler

"Port Fairy - The End of a "Great" Ocean Road"
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tigerjapan

"Quaint Port Fairy - A Wonderful Place To Stop"
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