There is a charm and quiet ambience about Port Albert.
Situated at the southern end of the Ninety Mile Beach, Port Albert is a picturesque seaside fishing village and is one of the few remaining fishing villages still in operation along the Victorian coastline. It was originally the gateway to eastern Victoria as shipping arrived directly from overseas to Port Albert bringing settlers and cargo to the Gippsland Region.
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Port Albert is steeped in rich maritime history and the former Bank of Victoria building houses the Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum showcasing treasures and artifacts from the wreck of the ‘Clonmel’, as well as displays showing Port Albert’s role in Gippsland Gold.
Port Albert is closely located to Tarra Bulga National Park.
What Port Albert has to offer;
- Scenic Boat Tours
- Coastal Park
- Make sure you have the famous fresh caught daily fish and chips at the Port Albert Wharf.
- Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum, the former Bank of Victoria building
- Old Port Walking Trail
- Historic Buildings dated 1850-1900.
- Jetty with fishing fleet
- Local artist gallery
- Recreational fishing
For more on Port Albert visit: http://portalbert.vic.au
Or find them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/portalbert
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Camera Systems located at the Wildfish Restaurant, Port Albert, Victoria, Australia
Wildfish Restaurant: Lat: 38 40.500’S Lon: 146 41.847’E
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