Gardens Caravan Park
Gardens By East Beach on the banks of the Moyne River
PORT FAIRY WINNER OF THE WORLDS MOST LIVEABLE COMMUNITY IN 2012
A pet friendly park nestled beside the picturesque Botanic Gardens on the banks of the Moyne River, Gardens By East Beach offers a tranquil break in beautiful Port Fairy.
Just 200 meters from the popular East Beach swimming area, you can smell the sea air and enjoy the open space from the deck of a self-contained cabin, or choose one of the spacious, grassed camping sites for the duration of your stay.
Play ball with the kids on the large reserve after they've enjoyed one of our playgrounds, or take your dog for a stroll to the nearby sandy shores of East Beach.
An easy 600 meter walk into town or the historic working port incorporating the yacht and fishing fleet moorings then onto Griffiths Island to see the light house and mutton birds during the breeding season.
There is plenty of great fishing on offer by either boat or bank river or sea, with boat launching and fish cleaning facilities just 2 minutes from the park.
FOLK FESTIVAL BOOKINGS OPEN ON THE 1ST OF SEPTEMBER. To purchase tickets go to www.portfairyfolkfestival.com
To book telephone or email our office for an application form and information sheet. Bookings are processed in the order received. Phone 03 5568 1060 Fax 03 5568 2576 Email firstname.lastname@example.org
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- Open 365 days a year
- 10 fully self contained cabins all with excellent heating and air conditioning
- Queen beds made up in all cabins
- 312 powered and 26 unpowered grassed and level sites
- Modern enclosed camp kitchen
- Laundry facilities
- Iron and board available at the office
- Wi-fi Internet access
- Large motorhome sites available
- Disabled facilities
- Dump Point
- Pets permitted with site bookings only and must be on a lead at all times
- Resident caretaker
Gardens By East Beach Caravan Park
111 Griffith Street
Port Fairy 3284
Phone (03) 5568 1060 Fax (03) 5568 2576 Email email@example.com
Caretaker: Ken Baker