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How To Reach Port Fairy From Melbourne?

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The road trip to Port Fairy from Melbourne is an awe-inspiring one that is laden with a series of surprises on the way to add to the memories.


Road trip from Melbourne to Port Fairy is one of the most exciting trips as hosted by the most famous roads of Australia that is The Great Ocean Road.  This is the highlighted route, but there is no need to rush through these awe-inspiring experiences.

Take the direct route to Port Fairy so that you have a good time to spend time in the beautiful beaches and chill out at some local spots. Reserve a budget-friendly accommodation, spend two or three evenings at Port Fairy, and surely enjoy the amazing food the town is offering. Next, come up on the road on the next day early morning to take down a scenic ride from Great Ocean Road from Port Fairy back to Melbourne. Remember you're an important friend's camera!

Now We Shall Break It down.

M1via Hamilton Highway is the most direct route to Port Fairy from Melbourne which takes about 3 hours. If needed then stop after 2 hours 20 minutes and stop at Camperdown at a little shop to relax and revive your soaring legs and eyes. Sip some tea or coffee and savor some baked treats and then prepare yourself for the remaining journey.

Just as you reach Port Fairy, then locate your reserved budget accommodation in Port Fairy. Despite the family size you might be traveling with or the budget you are having, you need to reserve accommodation to avoid problems later.

The hotels, motels, and house rentals at Port Fairy are great for accommodation equipped with full facilities which include parking facilities, kitchen and BBQ facilities, air-conditioned rooms, lavish beds, better washrooms, and more.  

Do you have to enjoy a leisurely afternoon on the beaches?  Then Killarney Beach and the East Beach are both famous for having tranquil, calm, and turquoise waters best for the youngsters. After the drive, when you want to move a little, then walk up to Tower Hill that is an old inactive volcano situated out of town. If you like you could walk for more 4kms and visit the great nature reserve within Tower Hill showcasing a range of cute animals.

Very soon, you will need food. If you want seafood, then Blakes is your right stop. Or else you can help yourself with Italian, Thai, and delicious ol' Aussie pub grub. At Coffin Sally, the Pizzas are really mouth-watering.  Before returning to the hotel or motel if you want some treat, then indulge yourself with a delicious ice-cream treat at Poco Artisan.

Farmers' Wife offers superb quick coffee that will help you to feel rejuvenated when you are on your journey back to the accommodation. Take the Princes Highway for starting with your mesmerizing journey on the awesome Great Ocean Road. In the first place, you have to stop at The Twelve Apostles that you cannot miss. These are the real impressive magnificent limestone stacks where you will find a lot of places to take photos with a close-up view.

Now from the Twelve Apostles, you can keep on following the breath-taking drives by following the windy Great Ocean Road and reach Melbourne within 4 hours while making sure you take many stops as you drive. You shall pass through the Otway National Park and more such interesting towns. If you like to, then stop at the beautiful and quaint seaside town at Lorne for one or two days if you want to spend more days. Look out for the seals.

In case, time is the constraint,  then Princes Highway will be taking you about 3 hours to take you back to Melbourne. This ride is among the most amazing road drives in Australia. Nevertheless, when you can drive to the top of the massive limestone cliffs with an awesome glacial blue ocean that gets crashing at its base, then it is really a spectacular experience!


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