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Griffiths Island, Port Fairy

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A craggy coastline and lush interior are the hallmarks of Griffiths Island, a small islet of wildly varied nature. Rich in wildlife, including wallabies, seals, and a wide range of bird species, the island also boasts attractive scenery and a pleasantly uninhabited atmosphere. A number of trails traverse the island, so you can easily access most of the area. Put Griffiths Island into our Port Fairy trip generator and find out what's close by, where to stay, and where to head next.
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  • Really easy walk in less than 45 minutes.. giving ocean, inlet, scrub, rocks and river...even a walloby or two too. Incredibly pretty, even in the freezing rain. Don't miss. Our highlight of the ocean...  more »
  • A comfortable 40 minute walk with stunning views and potential for wildlife sightings. Pets not allowed.  more »
  • Griffiths Island is joined to the mainland at Port Fairy by a very short causeway The island is best known for its lighthouse which has stood at the end of the island since 1859. It is now the only bu...  more »