EXPLORE PORTLAND

THE WHALE TRAIL

Along the Whale Trail through Warrnambool, Port Fairy and Portland, you’ll spot Southern Right, Humpback, Blue and the occasional Orca. But whale sightings are just the beginning – find out more!

BUDJ BIM CULTURAL LANDSCAPE

After a decade of campaigning, the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape has been granted World Heritage Listing. Budj Bim, previously known as Mount Eccles, is a long dormant volcano that erupted over 30,000 years ago. This eruption created a lava flow which extends over 50 kilometres southwest and covers what is now known as the Budj Bim Cultural Landscape.

OCEAN FRONTIER

Take a step off the edge of the Earth and visit the place where the beach meets the deep and the oceans biggest fish, swells and whales can be experienced from the breakwater.

BREATHTAKING LANDSCAPES

Take in the sweeping vistas of the Great South West Walk or wander through the Petrified Forest and blowholes of Cape Bridgewater to experience the best Mother Nature has to offer.

TOWNS OF GREAT SOUTH WEST

During your stay, take the time to explore the townships, each one offer something different from sweeping scenic views of rolling hills and productive agricultural land, to perfect pine plantations through the hinterland, and coastal beaches and rugged cliffs.

PORTLAND WHALEMAIL

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TALK TO THE LOCALS

Portland Visitor Information Centre
Lee Breakwater Road, Portland
Phone - 1800 035 567

Casterton Visitor Information Centre
139 Henty Street, Casterton
Phone - 03 5554 2440

Nelson Visitor Information Centre
Leake Street, Nelson
Phone - 08 8738 4051

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