Fairhaven accommodation is located 300m walking distance from beautiful Fairhaven Beach. And the best part of this accommodation when it comes to the beach is that it is a FLAT walk which is perfect for kids wrestling surfboards and boogie boards. Fairhaven surf club is at the end of the street which also ensures a short walk to be swimming within the flags - great for piece of mind.
Sleeping 10 guests comfortably consisting of 3 bedrooms on ground level (1 x Double bed, 2 Bunks and 2 x Single Beds), a lounge room with TV/Foxtel and DVD Player, a bathroom and laundry. There is also an outdoor shower for when you come back from the beach.
Upstairs to an open plan area of kitchen, dining room, loungeroom and the master bedroom (1 x King Bed) with ensuite. The second level also has a choice of two decks to enjoy the breeze and sun.
LINEN IS NOT PROVIDED however pillows, duvets and blankets are provided. You will need to bring with you the following:- flat and fitted sheets, pillow cases and towels.
What to do in and around Fairhaven!
Fairhaven to Eastern view offers 8km's of of pristine beach ideal for walks, surfing and swimming.
Walking distance to Airey's Inlet along the coastal walking path to visit the Airey's Inlet Lighthouse and coffee shops and eatery's. The Airey's Inlet Hotel is family friendly. A short 15-20 minute drive along the Great Ocean Road to Lorne and the opposite direction to Angelsea with beautiful views of the ocean.
Discover magnificent scenery from cliff-top and wilderness walks and secluded beaches leading to sheltered coves. Horse riding, fishing, surfing, swimming, dirt biking / mountain biking in the National Park, hang gliding and paddling a canoe along the creek are some of the other popular activities. Above Moggs Creek is a popular launch site for hang gliders. Nearby is one of the few guided rides where you can ride horses through the bush and onto the beach. The Great Ocean Road is also becoming a Mecca for cycling enthusiasts with some of the most picture cycling in the world along this stretch of road from Fairhaven to Appolo Bay.
Enjoy a delightful 1km walking circuit including the Split Point Lighthouse, Bark Hut, Allen Noble Sanctuary and a historical trail. The bark hut, in Inlet Crescent, is a replica of a settler’s hut from the 1860s 8 that was destroyed in the Ash Wednesday fires in February,1983. Watch native birds in the Allen Noble Sanctuary, a wetland located in the centre of Aireys Inlet. The Memorial Cairn, on the Cliff Walk, marks the resting place of early settlers 9 Thomas Butson Pearse and his wife, Martha Pearse.
Mountain bike riding is permitted in the Great Otway National Park on open named vehicle roads and tracks.