Book an affordable campervan rental in Victoria and explore the charming town of Port Fairy. VroomVroomVroom compares camper rentals from Australia's top RV suppliers, and allows you to easily reserve a vehicle that meets your requirements. Reserve a motorhome hire early to take advantage of great deals.
This lovely fishing village lies on Victoria's iconic Great Ocean Road, providing beautiful seafront views. Port Fairy has a colourful history, and visitors can follow the History and Shipwreck trails to learn more about the town. Enjoy the local artworks, try fishing in the perfectly blue waters, play golf, dine or shop for unique items. If you are visiting in March be sure to participate in the Port Fairy Folk Festival.
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Belfast Cove Caravan Park is at 139 Princes Highway, Port Fairy. It is a beautiful garden site with the finest facilities, serving as an access to Port Fairy's historical spots, cafes and restaurants. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, gardens, Wireless Internet Access, laundry, movie hire, playground, full size tennis court and indoor swimming pool. Pets are also allowed in the park, which is located within a naturally beautiful area. Belfast Cove Caravan Park is also great for outdoor activities such as bird watching, cycling, fishing, golfing, surfing, swimming and playing tennis.
BIG4 Port Fairy Holiday Park is located at 115 Princes Highway, offering a wide range of accommodation from standard to luxury, nearby Port Fairy's restaurants, cafes and pubs. Camping, cycling, fishing, golfing, swimming and tennis are popular park activities.
Catalina Caravan Park and Takeaway is situated at 531 Princes Highway in Port Fairy. The park is owned by Lloyd and Janet Phelan and is popular for the friendly service and accommodations it provides. Cabins, powered and unpowered sites, a store, barbecue, playground and a beach located nearby are some of its features.
Gum Tree Caravan Park Port Fairy can be found at Amble Lane (off Toolong Road). The park is pet friendly and offers a wide variety of accommodation such as cabins and powered and unpowered sites. Free barbecues, fully tiled amenities, kiosk, laundry, playground, camp kitchen, gas exchange and onsite management are some of the park's features.
Griffith's Island can be found at the mouth of Moyne River in Port Fairy. It is a scenic site that is connected by a causeway to the mainland, enabling people to reach it on foot. The site's main features include its lighthouse, beach and population of short-tailed Shearwater or Australian Muttonbirds.
Port Fairy Day Spa is situated at 56 Bank Street. It is a five star day spa designed to offer its guests the finest pampering. It has an indoor heated saltwater pool with hydrotherapy massage facilities, pedispa, wet/dry rooms, dual geisha tubs and high quality beauty products.
Port Fairy Folk Museum Festival is a four day annual music festival that features national and international artists. It started in 1977 and has been entertaining the community ever since.
Wisharts and the Wharf lies at 29 Gipps Street, Port Fairy, Victoria 3284, Australia. It is a popular bar and restaurant that offers great tasting seafood and drinks. Its fish and chips are delicious and the wine list is fantastic.