Wake in a wonder world at Port Albert
History heralds us in with a freshener and fabulous fish and chips at the Wildfish restaurant which overlooks the water. Steeped in heritage, its walls feature paintings that tells the story of Port Albert - Gippsland's oldest port.
Anglers amble and kids can careen along the 250 metre long jetty. A fisherman's paradise, a salty's supreme scene! Maritime magnificence and fishermen's fare at every turn. Marina majesty...bring the boat! Secluded inland waters waiting for you now.
Uncover memories of the past at the Maritime Museum...the wreck of the Blackbird and the Clonmel, hand-held sextants to the latest loops in hi-tech boating!
This is premium pelagic! Amateurs with runabouts...tried and true to the pounding power of the Strait! Moorings aplenty, and the winding walks and tracks of the pristine Nooramunga Marine and Coastal Park for the land-lubber! Sand spits and beaches...brimming with birds...sea-eagles soar.
Ahoy...accommodation aplenty! And as the sun sets, slouch back and sink a tinnie or two, as the sunset streams across the bay.
- Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum
- Main Wharf
- Manns Beach
- Nooramunga Marine & Coastal Park
- Tarra Festival
More about Port Albert (from Travel Victoria)
Jetties along Wharf Street
Park at boat ramp