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Griffiths Island, Port Fairy

Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 400+ reviews on the web
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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  • Take time to do this walk but as about 400m is on sand and over a few rocks you need to be steady on your feet . Took us an hour. 
  • A great little walk and there's a really nice lighthouse at the end of the island. Lots of wildlife (birds) but you'll have to come back at dusk to enjoy the spectacle of returning Mutton birds. 
  • Such a surprise. Smooth, easy path for walking. An interesting pavilion with some history plaques. Abundant fish and birds to see. Beautiful any time of the day. 
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