Port Fairy

Koroit

Warrnambool

Points of interest along the trail

PORT FAIRY TOWN – Ride through the back streets of Port Fairy and absorb the old world charm of the town.  Plenty of cafes and accommodation.

PORT FAIRY GOODS SHED – Port Fairy siding contains one of the few remaining railway goods sheds in the region.

MOYNE RIVER – This section of the Moyne River was cut in the early 1800’s to drain the swamp lands to the north and open up farming land.

MOYNE SIDING – One of the few forested areas along the trail.

NORTH LINK – This is the junction of the old line to Hamilton.

KOROIT STATION & GOODS SHED – The Koroit old rail station building is being restored by the local community.

KOROIT TOWN – Ride through the back streets of Koroit and absorb the old world charm of the town.

TOWER HILL – is an extinct volcano, Victoria’s first State Park.

KELLYS SWAMP – Kellys swamp is a wetland wonderland.

MERRI RIVER – This section of the Merri River was man made to provide water for the Woollen Mill and Warrnambool.

WOOLLEN MILLS – The Mill was established in 1874 and closed in 2000 and has been developed into a housing estate.

LAKE PERTOBE – Once a swamp, this area is now a significant playground and recreation area.    

BREAKWATER AND MIDDLE ISLAND – A working port, yacht club with refreshments available  in the pavilion.

TOWN CENTRE – A vibrant regional city with a wide range of accommodation and eating options