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Health & Fitness

Keeping your family active is simple at Port Albert.

Why not book a yoga class, take a stroll around the foreshore, or step it up a notch with some of the extended walking and bike trails.

Yoga Classes

Did you know that Port Albert has regular yoga classes thanks to Holly from A Little Ray of Yoga.

An early morning glimpse into the yoga studio.

Enjoy the beautiful smells of incense, warm light from the salt lamps and soft music to help you fully surrender into your practice

Classes are held at the Mechanics Hall (Small Hall) and visit Holly's facebook page for more information

Port Albert Yoga Classes
Photo Credit_ Boat Harbour Jetty B&B

Walking Trails

Get the family moving with a walk around the town and scenic wharf using the maze of flat footpaths and walking tracks.

 

Grab a coffee and quick breakfast while you are spotting the areas extensive wildlife.

 

Step up to another level and grab a map of the Port Albert Heritage Walk from the local museum and follow the signs.

 

The Port Albert Heritage Walk information markers give a good insight into the history of Port Albert. Maps of the Port Albert Heritage Walk are available from the Maritime Museum.

All of these tracks are an easy walk and can also be used by pushbikes as there are no hills!!

Great Southern Rail Trail

Walk or cycle the Great Southern Rail Trail and savour a slow journey through spectacular Prom Country. 
 

Stretching over 70 kilometres from Leongatha to Port Welshpool, the trail traverses lush farmland, historic bridges and native vegetation.

 

Take the full journey and retrace the rail line or choose shorter segments for a more leisurely outing. Be sure to stop and explore the towns and villages dotted along the trail.

Great Southern Rail Trail Gippsland
Alberton Cemetery

Alberton Cemetery Guided Tours.

Meet some of Gippsland's oldest residents by booking a guided walking tour of the Alberton cemetery.

Whats Happening at Port Albert?

Check out what events or activities are being held in and around Port Albert

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