Luxury accommodation with ocean views from every room. Seascape Accommodation offers spa and self-contained suites. Watch for whales from your own private balcony or walk to the beach.
Seascape provides three accommodation options; Fully self-contained Spa Unit, Self-contained Queen Suite or Queen Suite.
Each suite or unit features private balcony, individual ensuites, reverse-cycle air conditioning, superior queen beds, flat screen television, DVD and CD player, comfortable chairs, high quality linen, wireless internet, barbecues and free off-street parking.
For all the comforts of home, Seascape's Self-contained Spa Suite provides a fully equipped kitchen with a dining suite for six, en suite with spa, balcony and sea views from your queen-sized bed.
The Self-contained Queen Suite also features a kitchenette, en suite, balcony and sea views from your queen-sized bed.
Seascape Accommodation is close to town, restaurants and the beach, ideal for couples or group bookings of up to nine people. Corporate rates and packages also available.
Location Location. Watch for whales and dolphins, international shipping and the local fishing fleet, magnificent moon and sunrises all from the comfort in your room at Clifftop Accommodation Portland. Three Studio apartments available all with outstanding sea views.
There is a new whale viewing platform adjacent to the accommodation.
Perched on a clifftop in Portland along the Great Ocean Road, Clifftop Accommodation Portland offers several styles of accommodation including bed and breakfast, and apartments for holiday and business travel.
There are beautiful walks, beaches you can swim at, a tourist cable tram and fishing access all adjacent to the Clifftop Accommodation Portland.
The modern and stylish apartments or bed and breakfast accommodation overlooking Portland Bay and the busy Port of Portland in an easy to find, quiet location close to town and meals.
Portland is one of Victoria's best kept secrets with endless hiking, fishing and whale watching
The large rooms all offer cooking facilities, ensuites, queen beds, quality linen, leather lounges, telescopes, binoculars, high definition television with DVD player, free Wi-Fi internet, reverse cycle heating and cooling and balconies all with free off street parking....
Portland Bay Holiday Park is a great value holiday park located in a quiet cliff top location on Victoria's Discovery Coast. The park is only a short stroll to Portland's shops, cafes, port and local attractions. An affordable holiday destination, the park is a great spot for families, keen fisherman and those wanting to just relax.
There is no shortage of space at Portland Bay Holiday Park with a range of powered and unpowered sites for camping or caravanning. Affordable cabin accommodation and bunkhouse style accommodation for groups is also available.
There are lots of things to do while on holidays at Portland Bay Holiday Park. Famous for fishing, Portland is an anglers paradise and the only deep sea fishing port between Adelaide and Port Phillip Bay.
There are also many natural attractions along the coast including Cape Bridgewater Beach where you can book a boat trip to visit the home of over 600 Australian and New Zealand Fur Seals. The historic cable tram is also a must do on any Portland visit.
Facilities include free Foxtel television in cabins, free fresh milk and newspaper daily in newspaper in cabins, free wireless internet, free kids activities during school holidays and free gas barbecues.
The Comfort Inn Richmond Henty is well established as Portland's most reputable and comprehensive hotel complex. Our clean and comfortable studio rooms are contemporary in style and suit both corporate and leisure travellers alike. With a range of dining options available including Edwards Waterfront Cafe & Restaurant (a la carte), The Thistle Bar & Bistro (lounge & bistro facilities) and The Iron Bar (public bar & dining facilities), the choice is all yours. Car, coach, boat & trailer parking is available free of charge on-site (boat ramp visible from hotel). Bottleshop on premises. Conference & venue hire available.
Small Quite Friendly Park by the ocean the setting is grassesd and tree sites. Catering for boats and drive through sites has standard cabins with on site vans. Also have large powered and unpowerd cabins. Public phone shop lpg ice fish freezer and full laundry facilities. Pets allowed at managers discrition.
The Melaleuca Motel has 16 ground floor units with parking in front of your room . All our units are larger than average size and all contain Queen beds, Split system Heating and Air Conditioning, Electric Blankets, Desk/Bench top space or Table and chairs, Microwave, Kettle, Coffee/Tea/Sugar, Fresh Milk, Aromatherapy Soap, Shampoo and Conditioner, Hairdryer, Iron and board, Flat-screen TV, and Foxtel.
The property features landscape gardens, Free guest laundry facilities and Free unlimited WiFi.
Need breakfast? We have Continental Breakfast Baskets or we can deliver a continental or cooked breakfast to your room at your chosen time.
Located only minutes walk to fantastic cafes, shops, restaurants and hotels and the beautiful beachfront, jetty, port and harbour. We are directly opposite the Portland Arts Centre and Aquatic Centre and one block from the Portland Cable Tram, Powerhouse Motor & Car Museum and Fawthrop Lagoon.
The Melaleuca Motel is part of the Golden Chain and we strive to offer clean, comfortable and reliable accommodation right in the heart of Portland, at a reasonable price, and in a genuine and friendly manner.
Modern luxury suites in the heart of the city within walking distance of beaches, tourist attractions, hotels and restaurants. Quiet location, executive/honeymoon suites with corner spas. All units are ground floor with air conditioning, toasters, tea/coffee making facilities, remote TVs, iron and board, modem port, electric blankets, hair dryers, queen size beds and mini bar. Our apartment section features 2x1 bedroom apts and 2x2 bedroom apts all equipped with spa baths, split system air conditioning, cooking facilities including microwaves, with all utensils, video players, sofas and dining tables.
Original Lighthouse Keepers Bluestone Cottage Circa 1890. Situated in a quiet Court close to town centre. Affordable accomodation every day of the year.We offer period ambience, style and comfort. Well appointed osteo supreme beds invite the weary traveller to rest. A welcoming cuppa and slice awaits you. A complimentary home cooked breakfast at a time to suit you / sleep ins too.Within easy walking distance ( ten minutes ) to the Beach, Reseraunts, City Centre & the Tourist Centre. Stroll along the cliff and watch for whales. Enjoy our open fire on cold nights. Stay a while and enjoy.
The William Dutton Motel is a friendly family run motel that boasts clean comfortable affordable accommodationfor any type of family. We have standard double single and family rooms available along with a 2 bedroom unit and interconnecting rooms for those larger families. We are right on the edge of the city centre approx 100m from PO which makes it easy to walk to shops restaurants beaches clubs and sporting and business facilities.
Since its debut in 1976, the continued success of the Portland Art Exhibition has caused it to grow in both size and importance within the arts communities of Portland and the surrounding regions.
In prior years, any money raised from art sales has been distributed back into the local community. The works are displayed in the Crystal Theatre, itself a historical and highly valued icon in a town widely known as a hidden gem in the Central Tablelands.
Opening night is on Friday, 4 March. Wine and a light supper will be available.
You can visit the Mount Piper Power Station Energy Expo every day of the year, except Christmas Day, between 9am and 4pm, tours are available by prior arrangement. Here you'll be able to enjoy exhibits, models, displays, photographic and printed information, videos and touch screens and gain an understanding of the way NSW electricity is produced and distributed.
While the tour mainly focuses on coal-fired thermal power stations, like EnergyAustralia's Mt Piper, you'll also get to explore information on developments in renewable energy sources. Entry and tours are completely free, and the power station includes picnic facilities, a children's playground and electric barbecues to make for a great day out for the whole family.
Bookings are essential. ...
Discover a wealth of information about Portland and the Discovery Coast region at Portland Visitor Information Centre.
Located at the western end of the Great Ocean Road, the Portland Visitor Information Centre not only can provide you with great ideas for your holiday but also the centre features the Maritime Discovery Centre.
The region boasts rich maritime history, and inspiring natural attractions. The region's towns include historic Portland, scenic Cape Bridgewater, Cape Nelson and the quaint village of Nelson and the rural towns of Casterton, Heywood and Dartmoor.
The Portland Visitor Information Centre provides a diverse range of information and assistance to tourists travelling throughout the area. The centre sells cold drinks, souvenirs and stamps and provides free WIFI internet access.
The friendly staff can assist with all your holiday planning needs, including accommodation and activities....
2017 will see the first Stealth Series offshore competition in the Southern states. With Australian Kayak Specialists running hugely popular events up North for a few years now, Sea Sherpa have taken up the challenge of bringing a competition down south. They are expecting a solid turnout, with a few border hoppers from South Australia having already put their hands up to try and pants the Victorians.
With a cracking kingfish season down the coast this year and plenty of reports of tuna mixed with kingfish schools, Portland?s North Shore will be the venue. The competition will be based at Henty Bay Beachfront Park with ramp access to North Shore.
Accommodation will be busy, so plan ahead. The competition briefing, equipment check and final chance for registrations will be on the Friday night, 27 January 2017 at 8pm, with Saturday fishing from 6:30am to 1:30pm. Barbecue and presentations will take place back at the caravan park afterwards....
The Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum features veteran, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, a Penny Farthing bicycle, stationary engines, signs, models, a 1920's cable tram and grip car, tractors and general motoring memorabilia.
There are also interactive displays for the children including a moving steam engine, and two sectioned, push button operated motors, a Holden six cylinder grey motor and a Mazda rotary.
Group bookings are most welcome....
Come and explore Victoria's birthplace by the sea onboard Portland Cable Trams.
Travel along Portland's historic foreshore and enjoy the breathtaking views of the bay in our fully resorted saloon and grip cars.
The iconic tram stops at the WW2 Lookout Museum, Portland Botanic Gardens, Portland Information Centre, and Tram Depot.
The Portland Cable Tram Depot is more than just a tram stop. Housing a museum of historic local artefacts, featuring a local gemstone display, local model railway club display and gift shop....
The Upwelling Festival in Portland offers a fantastic and vibrant way for visitors and Portland locals to celebrate and showcase the unique eco-tourism features of the beautiful coastal town, the Bonney Upwelling.
The Bonney Upwelling is a seven month long natural ocean occurrence where krill form dense swarms up to a kilometre in length. These exceptional feeding conditions trigger a feeding frenzy of whales, seals, giant crabs, tuna, crayfish, squid, fish and seabirds.
The Festival includes the Blessing of the Fleet, Street Parade, Festival Market, Live Entertainment, Marine Environment Talks, Whale Boat Races along with a major community art project.
The Festival is run in conjunction with two other well-established and popular local events - the Rotary Art Show (all weekend) and the Portland Three Bays Marathon (Sunday morning). Together these events provide a weekend-long program of activities for locals and visitors....
The picnic areas at Cape Nelson State Park set in quiet bush surroundings are an ideal location for a pleasant meal with family and friends.
A range of linked tracks offer the opportunity to walk as little or as much as desired, allowing you to explore the spectacular coastal cliffs, diverse bird life and picturesque surrounds of the park.
Aboriginal Traditional Owners
Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria.
Before you go
Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website.
Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe....