Maritime history at Port Albert Parking Area

Photo credit: Di and Jim O'Mara and No Boundaries
Photo credit: Di and Jim O'Mara and No Boundaries

An overnighter – but a beauty!  Just a slight detour in off the beaten track, Port Albert is a sleepy fishing village on the Victorian coast that caters well for a few self-contained RVs right on the foreshore

The town is steeped in maritime history with some of its buildings dating back to the mid 1800’s. We enjoyed a late afternoon walk around the Old Port Walking Trail, followed by a counter meal at the charming Customs House Inn a short stroll from the parking area.

The PORT ALBERT PARKING AREA is pet friendly, has a dump point and amenities are provided. We stayed here as a jumping point to Wilson’s Prom the next day.

Find this Parking Area for six RVs at 37 Wharf St, Port Albert.

GPS: 38 40 22 S 146 41 38 E

This VIC site 114 in CAMPS 10 or if you have our CAMPS AUSTRALIA WIDE App – simply go to the map or list and search for the site name!

Port Albert Victoria - Photo credit: Di and Jim O'Mara and No Boundaries
Photo credit: Di and Jim O'Mara and No Boundaries

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