Your plans for summer in Port Fairy start here | Summer in Port Fairy magazine

By Jess Densley

Summer in Port Fairy is your essential seasonal guide of things to see and do in this beautiful coastal town.

There’s an overview of summer festivals such as the Moyneyana Festival and Port Fairy Jazz Festival, plus a look ahead to festivals you need to plan for during the coming months, such as Music in the Vines and the iconic Port Fairy Folk Festival.

Enjoy being a tourist in your own backyard, with a list of interesting places to visit in Port Fairy and a handy calendar of events. Read about some of Port Fairy’s wonderful sporting and recreational clubs and how they’re spending the summer months supporting the community.

There’s also information on summer wellbeing, fashion, books, art, day trips, and a delicious recipe to try.

Enjoy your summer!

Click hereto read Summer in Port Fairy magazine online.


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