With Valentine’s Day fast approaching, the Port Fairy region has extensive activities, restaurants and picnic sites to celebrate and spoil your loved one. With destinations for romantic picnics, wine tasting and dining, the admirable towns within the region is the perfect place to enjoy a loved up day.
Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy destinations map.
Who doesn’t deserve to be pampered every once in a while? Revive yourself amongst the spa treatments Port Fairy and region to offer.
Port Fairy Day Spa and Boutique offer luxury pampering treatments in tranquility, ensuring your time is one of total indulgent bliss. The spa offers beauty and therapeutic treatments to relax the body and soul. Couple bookings are available within treatments, so you can enjoy the experience beside your loved one on Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy. The spa also has a boutique stocked with stylish clothing, shoes and swimwear for additional gift ideas.
The volcanic history of the South West region has created nutrient rich soil over time, growing award winning local wines. The two local wineries within the area share their organic wines upon authentic farm scenery, enhancing personal experience and the agricultural pride of south west Victoria. Share an unforgettable experience with your love on Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy.
Suffoir is a family owned boutique producer of craft beer, wine and spirits. Enjoy their sustainably produced high quality products, made with personality and pride. Additionally, Suffoir offer delectable grazing boards and platters, as well as light lunches to satisfy your palate. Enjoy picturesque surroundings of farm life, indulging a sterling experience of romance and authenticity with your Valentine.
Basalt Vineyard offers a rich local experience, capturing the essence of a rural coastline. Their peaceful cellar sits upon a roaming farm of chickens, ducks and baby doll sheep, immersing you in an authentic farm experience. Pair their award winning wines with a baroque lunch, with their menu baring local produce of the region. Soak up a romantic afternoon at Basalt Vineyard, enjoying Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy region.
Towns within The Moyne shire are renowned with high class, boutique and delicious restaurants, bars and pubs. You’re bound to enjoy the extensive variety of dining there is to offer on Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy, for a loved up and unforgettable date night.
Time and Tide is located on the edge of Port Fairy, among the rocks of the Southern Ocean. Enjoy an elegant champagne high tea; a towering assortment of savories and sweets served with a glass of sparkling wine and a pot of tea from an extensive selection. The Tearoom showcases a unique interior with a local artists’ display, giving a whimsical vibe to your high class experience. You will be feeling truly dreamy after your assortments and tea. Let the panorama of turquoise lagoons and crashing waves beyond0 leave you spellbound, as Time and Tide is a wonderous hours getaway with you Valentine.
In the Irish village located 10 minutes from Port Fairy, Izzy’s restaurant provides a cosmopolitan menu with European style pizzas, grill steaks and an incredible selection of seafood dishes. An eclectic wine list and extensive craft beer list pairs perfectly with your meal, with irresistible desserts to round up your Valentine’s evening.
A pub feed… but make it romantic. The recently redeveloped Woolsthorpe National Hotel is a warming country pub, with great food and award winning service. The restaurant has a spectacular outdoor area to explore before or after your meal. Located approx. 20mins from Port Fairy, this wonderful pub one of a kind for a loved up Valentine’s Day.
A picnic is the perfect go to for a date on Valentine’s Day, why not discover a little of the gorgeous sites the Port Fairy region has to offer?
And if in need of a basket, visit the Port Fairy Visitor Information Centre to hire a picnic set for the day!
Breathtaking views of the dormant volcano and surrounding wildlife, Tower Hill has multiple lookouts from the surrounding Lake View Road, that look out to the lush life around the volcano and out to the ocean. There are also barbeques upon entry to the reserve and tables to enjoy a picnic and a romantic picturesque stroll, where you will find kangaroos, echidnas, possums or emus.
Less than 10mins from Port Fairy, Killarney beach is a picture perfect lagoon to sit down for a romantic picnic. The teal waters and white sand, the beach feels like a peaceful and intimate paradise. The 1km stretch is calm and bright, just perfect for endless beach watching.
A picture perfect, nostalgic relaxation spot, complete with a historic rotunda and summerhouse. The lake is a wonderful place for a loved up picnic; spot the beautiful bird species and laze away, soaking up the peaceful, natural vibe.
About 20kms from Warrnambool, Childers Cove is situated around vast green paddocks of dairy farms. Easy access to these stunning coves rewards you with large sea and surf, sandstone stacks and colourful cliffs, walking these beaches is one of those rare experiences of seclusion mixed with awe of the forces of nature. Just by the Bay of Islands Coastal Park, Childers Cove is a great stop to enjoy a romantic picnic whilst exploring the coastline up to Peterborough and the Great Ocean Road.
On the drive there, you will find Childers Cove Cheese Company, selling specialty goats’ cheese from their farm gate. Their cheeses or yoghurts are a perfect local addition to your coastal Valentine’s Day experience.
Celebrate your loved one here in the Port Fairy region on Valentine’s Day. With loads of romantic things to see and do, you will make the most out of your visit with these ideas for the coming weekend. Let the sites allure you into their charming environment. Soak up the vibrant energy, and find out why Port Fairy was voted #1 in the Top Tourism Town Awards of 2021.
Check out our map for Valentine’s Day in Port Fairy here.
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