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Hotels in Port Fairy, Victoria

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(The Stump)

Caledonian Hotel

Caledonian Hotel Built in 1844, "The Stump" boasts the oldest continuously operating hotel licence in the same hotel building, in Victoria. According to its street plaque, the Hotel is pretty much how it was first constructed, due in part...

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41 Bank Street
Port Fairy
Victoria 3284
Phone:
03 5568 1044
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Merrijig Inn

Merrijig Inn Bar open from 4pm * Dining * Accommodation The website claims The Merrijig Inn, Victoria's oldest Inn. Circa 1841 puts it thereabouts but that date is not confirmed with us. Any further info very welcome? Now a B and B and a...

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1 Campbell Street
Port Fairy,
Victoria 3284
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Royal Oak Hotel

Royal Oak Hotel Royal Oak Hotel in Port Fairy - 1857 Licencee: John C. Bond (formerly known as Commerical Hotel) * Dining

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9 Bank St
Port Fairy
Victoria 3284
Phone:
03 5568 1018
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Star Of The West Hotel

Star Of The West Hotel Built 1856 * Accommodation - Old style Pub rooms, shared facilities great rates. Ideal for backpackers. * Dining * Functions

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76 Sackville St
Port Fairy
Victoria 3284
Phone:
03 5568 1715
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Victoria Hotel

Victoria Hotel The Victoria Hotel has been fully renovated - 2009 and now boasts a: * Magnificent wedding and conference facility * Family restaurant with kids room * Sports bar with tab * Brewery bar with Port Fairy's first ever brewed beer...

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42 Bank St
Port Fairy
Victoria 3284
Phone:
03 5568 2891
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Information on Port Fairy, VIC 3284

Main Street Port Fairy
Photo 19/01/2009
Photo and information submitted by Gary Pope, Many Thanks

Port Fairy, sitting on the Moyne River which empties to the sea alongside the small Griffith Island, is one of Victoria's oldest coastal settlements, with some great Pub History.

Bank St and Sackville St bound two sides of the historic town area, whilst the river front with its fishing fleet and boat harbour provides some excellent visitor sight-seeing delights and further historical buildings.

A walk over the concreted foot bridge to Griffith Island and to the lighthouse at the entrance to the river, is also a must-see.

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