5 locals recommend
Tips from locals
Our closest restaurant is just 100 metres walk away. If seafood is your thing, look no further. Fancy dining.
The historic Dublin House building in Port Fairy been has been given a second life and now operates as Blakes Restaurant. Serving top quality Australian seafood and other hearty meals to warm the belly. Bookings are essential.
Places to stay nearby
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“Look for the little blue door beside the pharmacy in the main street ! Coffin Sally is a funky little bluestone take away wood fire pizza place in front & bar with open fire & amazing cocktails & designer ales with small amount indoor/outdoor dining out back! Bookings a must during peak season!”
- 33 locals recommend
“A selection of movies are shown in Port Fairy throughout the year, brought to you by Port Fairy's passionate Film Society.”
- 2 locals recommend
“The Merrijig Kitchen is open for dinner from 6pm Thursday to Monday nights. They offer a daily written menu highlighting our local & regional artisan producers & farmers. The menu evolves throughout the season, inspired by 'what's good' on the day. They love it when our local producers pop into the kitchen with some goodies & show off their wares - this really is Tanya's inspiration! Their wine list is carefully crafted focusing on passionate producers, using sustainable practices, to produce wine which tells its own story. ”
- 11 locals recommend
“A beautiful walk of approx 3km. At dusk and dawn between September and April, experience the amazing shearwater colony leave and return daily from their epic fishing journeys. Many little wallabies might pop their heads up through the bushes, so keep your eyes out. And enjoy the beautiful view from the lighthouse.”
- 15 locals recommend