Experience the beautiful weather and scenic locations with some of the many activities available. As a family, couple or individual, there is always something special to do at the Port.
Take the Boat out.
The new boat ramp leads to inshore waterways within the confines of the local islands are a safe option for those looking to take their boat out for a day on the water chasing Flathead, Whiting and Snapper.
For more experienced fisherman, head out through the entrance and fish for Gummy Shark, Snapper, Salmon, Kingfish, and Tuna. Learn More >>>
Hire a Boat.
Boat hire is also available from Port Albert Fresh Seafoods. Their Kiosk is open on weekends and varied hours through the week for boat hire, food and drinks.
Book a Fishing Charter.
Port Albert has a range of fishing charters available to book.
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Fish off the Wharf.
The various jettys around the Port Albert Wharf provide prime real estate for land-based fishing. Rutters Jetty has been known to hook large flathead, along with Whiting, Garfish and Leatherjackets.
And if the fish don't bite, you can grab Port Albert's best food and coffee from our local food stores.
Port Albert Yacht Club is located in Nooramunga Marine Park.
The Clubhouse has a stunning view over Port Albert.
We are a laid-back country club that is run by volunteers of various age groups.
Racing either with your boat or one of our fleet of dinghies
Learn to sail classes with experienced instructors
Cruising and exploring Corner Inlet and Wilson's Prom for Trailable Yachts
Picnic sails to enjoy the scenery
Social events all year round.
Sailing season is between October and May.
Please check our Facebook page for updates.
Swimming & Kayaking
Lets be honest, the weather at Port Albert can be a bit fresh. However, in summer, the small sand beach near the water tower provides the perfect location for kids to swim, jump off the jetty or even kayak.
If the water isn't quite right for a swim, grab some fish and chips, burgers, coffee or cold drink and sit at the picnic tables along the wharf and enjoy the sunshine watching the boats.
Walks, Tours & Bike Rides
Get some excercise and take in some of the beautiful scenery and wildlife with the numerous walking tracks, tours, and bike paths.
Take a gentle stroll around the town and scenic wharf using the maze of flat footpaths and walking tracks. Read the historic markers located on the front of significant buildings around Port Albert.
Whether its a gentle stroll, hike, or a push bike ride, Port Albert and surrounding areas have something to suit everyone.
Go on a journey through the unspoilt Gippsland wilderness and discover a rich and diverse array of wildlife. Offering everything from abundant birdlife, kangaroos and emus, dolphins, wombats or our resident seal, Gippsland is a paradise for nature-lovers.
Take your time and savour the best of Gippsland’s natural wonders on two feet. Walk under giant ferns in ancient rainforests, stand under magnificent waterfalls, and look out over the ocean from wind-swept beaches and ports.
Each night in Port Albert, you can see the families of Kangaroos and Wallabies feeding in the paddocks behind the houses.
Gippsland and its Lakes are home to around 400 indigenous plant species and 300 native wildlife species.
Parks & Playgrounds
Rutters Park at Port Albert is a feast for children's eyes.
The park features a horizontal rope climbing frame, balance skateboard suspended from three poles, birds nest swing, dual wave slides, stand-on spinner, stepping logs in a curve, swings (one with harness), lovely springers, speed-boat with steering wheel, oars and motor, an elevated pit filled with shells rather than sand, maze composed of poles and chains and a curved distorting mirror.
For the parents, you'll find a shelter with picnic table, seats and BBQ, as well as a large grassy area with amazing water views.
Rutters Park is also the location for various events held at Port Albert such as the Family Fun Days and the New Years Eve Fireworks.
Port Albert has Tennis Courts which are available for hire.
To hire the court please contact the Port Albert General Store.
$5 per person which includes racquet & ball hire.
Tennis courts are managed and maintained by the Port Albert Progress Association on behalf of the community.
Port Albert General Store (Service Station).
49 Tarraville Rd, Port Albert VIC 3971
(03) 5183 2442
Ninety Mile Beach
The Ninety Mile Beach is a sandy stretch of beach on the south-eastern coastline of the East Gippsland region of Victoria in Australia.
The beach faces Bass Strait and backs the Gippsland Lakes.
Less than 1 hour from Port Albert, The Ninety Mile Beach is known to be one of the most natural and unspoilt beaches in the world, and is ideal for any number of beach activities such as beach fishing and swimming to walking, whale and dolphin-spotting or just lazing in the sun.
Scenic Boat Tours
There is nothing like the feeling of being on the water at Port Albert, experiencing the many waterways, sandbars and wildlife.
Whether its a group of friends wanting to spend the day out on the water for lunch, or the romantic sunset cruise for two.
Speak with any of Port Albert's Boat Charters operators about a personalised scenic cruise or fishing charter experience.
Why not venture a little further into South Gippsland...
Port Albert is right in the middle of 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 (10 min drive).