Port Albert is a great access point for boaters, and the local jetties can be fished on the run-in tide for most species.
Food & Drink
Port Albert is famous for its Fish & Chips but today the area boasts a much larger range of food & drink options.
Port Albert is supported by a range of community groups, in most cases run by a passionate team of volunteers.
With Port Albert's beautiful weather, scenic landscapes, and numerous activities, you'll easily find something unique to do at the Port.
Arts & Culture
Soak up the energy of Port Albert by wandering through its quaint galleries and museums or nurture your creative heart with an art class
Walks & Tours
Get some excercise and take in some of the beautful scenery and wildlife. Read the historic markers located on the front of significant buildings around Port Albert
Health & Fitness
Keeping active is simple here at Port Albert with yoga classes, strolls around the foreshore, or the extensive walking and bike trails.
Why not venture a little further into South Gippsland...
Port Albert is right in the middle of South Gippsland and surrounded by many wonderful places to visit within a 30-45 minute drive.
Port Welshpool: Walk their famous Long Jetty.
Agnes Falls: National Park waterfalls and water holes.
Minnihaha falls: Located at Hiawatha.
Woodside Beach: Surf beach.
McLoughlins Beach Boardwalk: 1 klm return foreshore walk.
Tarraville Church: Historic Church.
Wilsons Promontory: Photographers delight.
Yarram: Business and shopping precinct (5 min drive).