An idyllic stay in beautiful Port Fairy…
Nestled beside the picturesque Botanic Gardens on the banks of the Moyne River and just a stone’s throw from the ever-popular East Beach, a tranquil break is awaiting you at the Gardens Caravan Park.
Ideal for the whole family with grassy open spaces surrounded by the iconic Norfolk pine trees, this caravan park is perfectly located to ensure that the whole family enjoys the variety of attractions that Port Fairy offers its guests.
Smell the sea air and enjoy the natural open spaces from the deck of a self-contained cabin, or choose one of the spacious, grassed camping sites for the duration of your stay.
Just 600 metres from the Port Fairy town centre, this dog-friendly caravan park is ideally situated for all of your holiday activities. Gather your group large or small, and relax and recharge in these idyllic surroundings.
Gardens Caravan Park
Keeping Your Best Mate SafeThinking of enjoying a Summer holiday in Port Fairy with your four-legged friend? Moyne Shire Council and Port Fairy Caravan Parks are proud to announce a new ‘Keep Your Best Mate Safe’ initiative! These free dog tags are a great way to ensure your fluffy friends are well looked after whilst on holidays in Port Fairy. Although they aren’t compulsory, we encourage the use of the tags to help us reunite you with your dog.
Visitors to be treated to an on-site artist, creating interactive sculptures from old tree trunksArtist Mark Rosenbrock began his career in cartooning and puppet making. Today, he makes his mark through large scale wood carvings and sculptures. From November 8, through to December 10, 2019 Mark will be on-site at Gardens Caravan Park to transform our massive fallen tree trunks into a majestic whale sculpture and swimming seal pups. The trees have come to the end of their life and will take on a whole new purpose as seating and art for visitors to admire and enjoy.
Port Fairy is your oysterSoak up Port Fairy’s peaceful atmosphere. Watch the waves roll in at The Passage. Explore our beautiful shops and cafes. No worries about finding a car park in town. Come visit in the quieter months and the locals will be sure to make you feel welcome. Check out our specials page to find ways to save on your accommodation.
Port Fairy Folk Festival
Folk Festival site bookings open on the 1st of September.
Check out what amazing deals you can pick up for your next holiday to Port Fairy.