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Port Fairy Luxury Accommodation

Port Fairy, Vic
3 Bed Rms, 6 to 8 Guests
Meals - Full Self-cater, Eat-out or Order-in

About Us

A Modern Luxury Home,
Facing the Southern Ocean,
Port Fairy, Victoria, AU

About Port Fairy

Port Fairy is a coastal town in south-western Victoria, Australia. It lies on the Princes Highway in the Shire of Moyne, 28 kilometres (17 mi) west of Warrnambool and 290 kilometres (180 mi) west of Melbourne, at the point where the Moyne River enters the Southern Ocean.

The Gunditjmara aboriginals lived in the Port Fairy area prior to European arrival.

About OceanView

Facing the Southern Ocean you walk out the door and a full ocean beach for recreation and endless walks awaits you.

Entertain a rousing family or guest group, or while away some silent hours reading a book, any time of year, in pure luxury.

Wake to an amazing sunrise, retire to a gentle sunset, upstairs or down.

A message from the owners & Hearn’s Port Fairy Accommodation

We sincerely hope you have a wonderful stay and enjoy all that our beautiful town has to offer.

OceanView has been thoughtfully put together to make for a relaxing getaway for you and your guests.

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3 Bedrooms – upstairs

King Double Room with ocean view & en suite

King Double Room with farmland view & en suite

2 King Single bunk beds for up to 4 people

 

 

Bedrooms

Baths

Guests

The Luxury Ocean-view Suite

Sleep in the pure luxury of Egyptian cotton & super-down.
Wake to a dazzling sunrise, or draw the blinds and doze until brunch.

  • Luxury Private Bathroom
  • King size Bed
  • Magnificent views of the beach and Southern Ocean
Price Per Night – see booking agency calendar

The Luxury Rural-view Suite

Sleep in the pure luxury of Egyptian cotton & super-down.

  • Luxury Private Bathroom
  • King size Bed
  • Magnificent views of the rural landscape and Belfast Lough

Double Bunk Bed Room

More than enough space to share in a room with the biggest, softest bunk beds

  • Two Luxury King Single Bunk Beds
  • Main Bathroom
  • 4 Young ones or 2 Adults

Outdoor Rooftop Private Area

Loft style entertaining deck, BBQ with both Rural and Ocean views

  • Gas BBQ on the deck
  • Loads of space for everyone
  • A private elevated space for parties, smokers, sun-bakers, reading that book, children to play, and a view forever

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Amenities

Free WiFi
Air Conditioning
Central Heating
Full Euro Kitchen plus equipment
Coffee Maker
Dishwasher
Dining for 8
Flatscreen TV
Laundry - Washer only
BBQ - Gas
Deck - rooftop & beach
Free Parking - 2+ vehicles
Checkin & Checkout

Check In:   3.00pm

Check Out:   10.00am

Cancellation Policy
House Rules

Strictly No Smoking inside the Property

No pets permitted at property

No more than 6 adults in any single booking

About Port Fairy

Port Fairy is a coastal town in south-western Victoria, Australia.  It lies on the Princes Highway in the Shire of Moyne, 28 kilometres (17 mi) west of Warrnambool and 290 kilometres (180 mi) west of Melbourne, at the point where the Moyne River enters the Southern Ocean.

The Gunditjmara aboriginals lived in the Port Fairy area prior to European arrival. 

In the early 19th century whalers and seal hunters used the coast in this region.  The bay was named by the crew of the whaler The Fairy in 1828.

John Griffiths established a whaling station in 1835 and a store was opened in 1839.  In 1843, James Atkinson, a Sydney solicitor, purchased land in the town by special survey.  He drained the swamps, subdivided and leased the land, and built a harbour on the Moyne River.  He named the town “Belfast” after his hometown in Ireland

The post office opened on 1 July 1843 (the post office actually opened in 1837 as “Port Fairy” but was renamed “Belfast” on 1 January 1854 before reverting to the original name on 20 July 1887.)

Agriculture developed in the region, and Belfast became an important transport hub. 

By 1857 the town had a population of 2,190.  In the mid-to-late 19th century, Belfast was one of Australia’s largest ports, catering to the whaling industry.  In 1887, the town was renamed Port Fairy as a result of an Act of Parliament.

A railway was extended to the town in 1890, but closed in 1977. It has been converted into the Port Fairy to Warrnambool Rail Trail.

Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia

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Location & Nearby Attractions | Things to Do

Time and Tide Gallery and Tearoom

21 Thistle Place, Port Fairy

A few minutes out of the historic seaside town of Port Fairy you will find Time and Tide Gallery and Tearoom serving sensational food and wine with ocean views to match.

Belfast Aquatics Community Pool and Gym

37 Campbell Street, Port Fairy

Indoor heated pool and gym.

Blarney Books & Art

37 James Street, Port Fairy

Blarney are proud supporters of local talent and have lots of works by people from around the region (both in books and art).

Bay of Islands Coastal Park

Great Ocean Road, Peterborough

This coastal park has outstanding ocean views and geological features. Sheer cliffs and rock stacks dominate the bays, and heathlands display colourful spring wildflowers. Beaches are accessible at some points.

Cheese World and Museum

5330 Great Ocean Road, Allansford

Cheese World is the cellar door for the Warrnambool Cheese and Butter (WCB) Factory.  They offer free tastings and sales of the award-winning cheeses.

Coffin Sally

33 Sackville Street, Port Fairy

This historic building was once used as a coffin makers; today it’s well regarded for traditional thin-crust pizzas, cooked in an open kitchen and wolfed down on streetside stools or in the dimly lit dining nooks out back next to an open fire. Its bar is also a good spot for a drink.

Basalt Wines

1131 Princes Highway, Killarney

Just outside Port Fairy in Killarney is this family-run biodynamic winery that does free tastings in its tin shed, with a glass atrium to enjoy the views. They do tasty tapas dishes too, such as smoky lamb ribs, and abalone with wasabi mayo, as well as local cheeses, charcuterie and locally distilled gins, single malts and vermouths. Grab a Cuban cigar to round it out.

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We’d love to hear your feedback and look forward to welcoming you back to ‘OceanView’ again soon.

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A hassle-free property, well equipped, beautiful location on a beach where you can walk for an hour in one direction, swim all year round, and walk right back into a pure luxury home. Most of all it’s quiet, private, and away from the crowds, yet a few minutes to all the shops, restaurants, cafes, & services if required. An absolutely perfect getaway. 5 stars!

Ray & Vanessa

What a house, what a beach, perfect break from the city to visit a postcard destination. The 1 hour beach run is great for cardio & legs… oh my legs.! Thank you for the opportunity to stay at an idyllic location.

Ben & Kate

The wife & I love this place. We’ve been here a few times, and keep coming back. The golf course is just along the beach & we like the charter fishing. Fantastic golf links. Thanks folks.

John Jones

Great beach for kite-surfing, swimming, and any outdoor activities. Early morning sunrise is spectacular. Best retreat in years.

Tom & Jenny

More than I expected, much more. I’m a professional and also beginner surfer & this beach is a good place to start in the right conditions. Coming back with boyfriend again soon. Thanks for hosting a special place. Jane

Jane Green

I love the lighthouse walk (with hubby) from ‘OceanView’, back around through town for a coffee, and lunch at the local winery. Very nice day. Coming back soon to explore some more attractions. Thank you to the hosts.

Mary Parkson

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03 5568 3150 - Booking Agency
Port Fairy, Victoria, Australia