Port Fairy Holiday Park
The last town on the famous Great Ocean Road, historic Port Fairy is an ideal location for a relaxing holiday. The town itself has loads of character and features quaint nineteenth century cottages, enormous Norfolk pines and excellent museums. There’s also a vibrant festival and local art scene.
Your stay in Port Fairy will be made all the more enjoyable by booking in at Port Fairy Holiday Park. The large range of accommodation available is all situated within lush, garden-like surroundings, with green grass, mature hedges, and an abundance of trees. Whether you are looking for cabin accommodation or you prefer to set up the caravan or a tent, you’re guaranteed a comfortable stay in a beautiful location.
The cabin accommodation available at the Port Fairy Holiday Park is immaculately presented. Many of the cabins are cedar both inside and out, giving a cosy feel whatever the weather. The one bedroom deluxe cabin built for two is perfect for a romantic break, while the two bedroom deluxe cabin or family cabins are perfect for groups of up to five people. There are also standard cabins and villas available.
All of the cabin accommodation offers comfortable sitting areas, private bathrooms and well-appointed kitchens. Each also has a veranda for relaxing and enjoying the coastal evening breeze.
If you’ve arrived at Port Fairy Holiday Park with a caravan or tent, you’ll be impressed by the large, shady powered and unpowered sites. Each site is surrounded by trees offering cool shade and fabulous privacy. All visitors to the park also have full use of the range of facilities available. The kids will love swimming in the large indoor pool, burning off excess energy on the giant jumping pillow or having a hit of tennis on the tennis court. While the kids keep themselves busy, you can prepare a meal in the modern, clean camp kitchen or use one of the spotless BBQs available onsite. There is also a kiosk and store on site for those last-minute needs.
The town of Port Fairy is known for its great food, especially fresh local seafood. The Port Fairy Folk Festival is also a major draw, and there are a number of walks you can take to learn the fascinating history of the town.
Whether you’ve at the start or end of a Great Ocean Road adventure, and coming from Melbourne for a long weekend away, Port Fairy Holiday Park is a great place to set and enjoy this great town and picture-perfect coastal region.