Rural living close to beautiful beaches

Rural living close to beautiful beaches


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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 10
2 baths

About our home

We are located about 3 minutes drive from Port Fairy. 25 minutes from Warrnambool and 3 hrs from Melbourne. We are about 7 minutes to the beach.
If you love the peace and quiet of country living but only a stones throw from town and the beautiful beaches of Port Fairy our home Is ideal.
The house was built in 2012 and is located on a little bit of acreage. So plenty of room for the kids to run around and explore. There are a couple of chickens to be fed and a couple of horses that are not to be handled.


More about us

  1. We are a family of 7
  2. I am a midwife and completing my masters in education
  3. My husband Michael is an instructor.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
There is a wide range of fine dining, cafe and takeaway restauarnts available.
Cool bars
Coffin Sally is pizza and cocktail bar, The Sta and The Victorian
Cozy cafés
Rock Salt, The Hub, Charlies on East and Blakes to name afew
Retail therapy
To many to name.
Bit of culture
Port Fairy is home to the famous Port Fairy Folk Festival, The Port Fairy Art map is a collection of galleries and studios open to the public in easy walking distance around the town. A hard copy of the map plus other brochures are available for free from the Port Fairy Visitor information centre.
Walks in the park
There are mulitple walking tracks in and around the town, there are several beach walks as well.
Spot of exercise
Cycling club has regular trainings.
Day tripping
Visit volcano;Tower Hill State Game Reserve, The Great Ocean Road, The Crags, The Grampians, Port Campbell National Park, The Great Southwest Walk, Glenelg River, Whale watching at Logon's Beach and The Great Southwest Walk.

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