Photos And Useful Information About The ‘wildfish’ Restaurant in Port Albert
The thoughtfully planned ”wildfish’ Restaurant has been perfectly positioned right on the harbour in the beautiful little fishing village and trendy resort of Port Albert. To find out more about the areas attractions and local facilities, visit the Port Albert page.
It’s easy to spend all afternoon sitting on the deck overlooking the water or snuggled up inside near the warm fire (in winter) in this beautifully decorated and comfortable restaurant. Indulge in a glass of wine from their extensive collection and enjoy the culinary delights specially prepared by one of the best chefs in the region.
If you only have time for a quick meal, the Wharf Fresh Fish And Chips Shop right next door is the perfect option for some of the tastiest fast food you’ll ever eat.
The photographs below will give you a good indication of the superb decor and delightful surroundings that will make you yearn to return again and again!
Where to Stay – You’ll find Bed & Breakfast accommodation, self contained cabins, caravan parks in the surrounding areas, motel rooms and a myriad of holiday rental properties to choose from. Places like “Blithe Spirit“, an enchanting double story residence overlooking the harbour also provide respite care as well as homestay accommodation. Many are quite luxurious and most are very well maintained. To find out more, go to http://sailing.south-gippsland.com/things-to-do/.
How To Get To Port Albert – Port Albert is just over a 3 hour road trip from Melbourne along the South Gippsland Highway, through Korumburra, Leongatha, Foster and Welshpool. It’s then only a short drive from where you turn-off at Alberton (just before the Caltex service station).
An alternate route from Melbourne is to drive east along the Princes Highway to Traralgon, turn right towards Yarram on the Hyland Highway, then on to the South Gippsland Highway.
If you are traveling from New South Wales, take the Princes Highway to Sale, then the South Gippsland Highway through to Yarram.
You will find the Wild Fish Restaurant right on the harbour front in Port Albert.