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Historic Portland is a hidden treasure on the Western end of the Great Ocean Road. Renowned for its beautiful beaches, wonderful national parks and the Great South West Walk. Steeped in maritime history, Portland and its surrounds offer great fishing from both land and boat, coastal walks through pristine bushland or along sandy beaches.

Explore the 1800’s with a walk through the town centre viewing buildings and visiting local museums.

Take a tour of the oldest permanent settlement of  indigenous people on their traditional lands Budj Bim and learn more about their life style and aquiculture systems at Tyrendarra and Lake Conda.

Must See and do in Portland and Surrounds

Portland Botanical Gardens


Botanical Gardens Treloar Roses

Great South West Walk


Great South West Walk  the full walk or one of the many short walks.

Portland Museum


Indigenous and European Powerhouse, World War II museums.

Portland Foreshore Tram


Take a ride on the tram along the foreshore.

Portland Foreshore


Take your picnic and sit on the foreshore watching the truck unload at the port whilst the children play in the all abilities play ground.

Whale Watching Victoria

Whale Watching

Whale Watching in season ( June – Aug).

In the Region

  • Cape Bridgewater
    Petrified Forest, Blow Holes Seals and an superb sandy beach
  • Cape Nelson
    Historic lighthouse
  • Casterton
    Home of the Kelpie
  • Dartmoor
    The memorial Streetscape features many tree carvings reflecting the experiences and images of war veterans and native animals
  • Heywood
    Water tower mural, Wagon Shed Museum