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Portland Maritime Discovery Centre

Lee Breakwater Rd, Portland VIC 3305

At Portland Maritime Discovery Centre you'll experience a range of activities. Step inside the rib cage of our Sperm Whale skeleton. Unfold the history of Victoria's birthplace through Portland's images of the past. Explore treasures from the shipwreck trail. Discover your links with the sea. Unfold a wealth of activities available at our regional visitor information centre.

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Cape Nelson State Park

Cape Nelson Rd, Portland VIC 3305

The picnic areas at Cape Nelson State Park set in quiet bush surroundings are an ideal location for a pleasant meal with family and friends. A range of linked tracks offer the opportunity to walk as little or as much as desired, allowing you to explore the spectacular coastal cliffs, diverse bird life and picturesque surrounds of the park. Aboriginal Traditional Owners Parks Victoria acknowledges the Aboriginal Traditional Owners of Victoria - including its parks and reserves. Through their cultural traditions, Aboriginal people maintain their connection to their ancestral lands and waters. Further information is available from Aboriginal Affairs Victoria AAV and Native Title Services Victoria. Before you go Conditions can change in parks for many reasons. For the latest information on changes to local conditions, please visit the relevant park page on the Parks Victoria website. Be bushfire ready in the great outdoors. Refer to the Bushfire Safety section on the Parks Victoria website for tips on how to stay safe.

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Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum

corner Percy and Glenelg St, Portland VIC 3305

The Portland Powerhouse Motor and Car Museum features veteran, vintage and classic cars, motorcycles, a Penny Farthing bicycle, stationary engines, signs, models, a 1920s Cable Tram and Grip car, tractors and general motoring memorabilia. There are also interactive displays for the children including a moving steam engine, and two sectioned, push button operated motors, a Holden 6 cylinder grey motor and a Mazda rotary. Group bookings are most welcome.

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Timandra by the Sea

82 Windham Street, Portland VIC 3305
Guests are often taken aback by the beautiful garden that is Timandra by the Sea. This sustainable, award winning garden is loved by adults and children alike. It is a natural garden and a haven for many different birds and koalas. Having won the 2014 Landscaping Victoria 'The Sustainable Landscape' award, the garden is a showcase of the wonders of working with nature in all of its forms. Entry to the garden is via an honour system, which works really well for patrons. Bring a picnic hamper with a rug and enjoy the large one acre garden in peace. In summer, the garden can be up to five degrees cooler than elsewhere, such is the powerful, cooling effects of the multitude of magnificent trees within it. There is a detailed information sheet in the fire-engine red information box for you to read and a feedback form. More information is available on the website detailing available packages if you would like to consider coming with a group. The owners are often working in the garden, especially on weekends. Feel free to stop and have a chat if you want. They hope that you enjoy the serenity of this space - it is a remarkable place.
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Portland Cable Trams

2a Bentinck Street, Portland VIC 3305

Come and explore Victoria's birthplace by the sea onboard Portland Cable Trams. Travel along Portland's historic foreshore and enjoy the breathtaking views of the bay in our fully restored saloon and grip cars. Running seven days a week from 10am to 3pm, our iconic tram stops at the WW2 Lookout Museum, Portland Botanic Gardens, Portland Information Centre, Powerhouse Museum and Tram Depot. The Portland Cable Tram Depot is more than just a tram stop. Housing a museum of historic local artefacts, featuring a local gemstone display, local model railway club display and gift shop. Enjoy a coffee while watching a short film documenting our local history.

Seascape Accommodation

271 Hanlon Parade, Portland VIC 3305
Luxury accommodation with ocean views from every room. Seascape Accommodation offers spa and self-contained suites. Watch for whales from your own private balcony or walk to the beach. Seascape provides three accommodation options. Fully self-contained spa unit, self-contained queen Suite or queen Suite. Each suite or unit features private balcony, individual ensuites, reverse-cycle air conditioning, superior queen beds, flat screen television, DVD and CD player, comfortable chairs, high quality linen, wireless internet, barbecues and free off-street parking. For all the comforts of home, Seascape's self-contained spa suite provides a fully equipped kitchen with a dining suite for six, en suite with spa, balcony and sea views from your queen-sized bed. The self-contained queen suite also features a kitchenette, en suite, balcony and sea views from your queen-sized bed. Seascape Accommodation is close to town, restaurants and the beach, ideal for couples or group bookings of up to nine people. Corporate rates and packages also available....

Timandra by the Sea

82 Windham Street, Narrawong VIC 3285
Guests are often taken aback by the beautiful garden that is Timandra by the Sea. This sustainable, award winning garden is loved by adults and children alike. It is a natural garden and a haven for many different birds and koalas. Having won the 2014 Landscaping Victoria The Sustainable Landscape award, the garden is a showcase of the wonders of working with nature in all of its forms. Timandra by the Sea is now Ecotourism certified with Nature Based tourism. Guided tours have Ecotourism certification along with two day workshops on the site of Timandra by the Sea. Entry to the garden is via an honour system, which works really well for patrons. Bring a picnic hamper with a rug and enjoy the large one acre garden in peace. In summer, the garden can be up to ten degrees cooler than elsewhere, such is the powerful, cooling effect of the multitude of magnificent trees within it. There is a detailed information sheet in the fire engine red information box for you to read and a feedback form. More information is available on the website detailing available tours, workshops and packages if you would like to consider coming with a group....