The Venue: Harmony At Tower Hill
Situated between Port Fairy and Warrnambool, on the Great Ocean Road, Harmony At Tower Hill makes for an idyllic hub perfect for forgetting the daily stress and simply relaxing. Guests can take a stroll through the adjacent Tower Hill Wildlife Reserve, take a drive to the Grampians National Park or simply treat their eyes to the soothing views of expansive farmland, coastline and country villages.
Roomy and sleek, the studios are home-away-from-home for all those who enjoy the comfort of self-contained holidays. Mingle with other travellers in the recreation room with billiards and table tennis or cook up a sizzling bite on the BBQ facilities. The continental breakfast pack provided takes care of traveller’s bellies, while discount vouchers is an incentive to explore the local dining scene.
- Bed size/type: King bed
Standard occupancy: two people
- Extra person on a fold-out bed: $25 (request when booking); complimentary cot for a baby under 2 years old
- This spacious (50sq metres) self-contained one-bedroom features full kitchen facilities, lounge/living area with TV, DVD, radio/CD, split system heating/cooling, bathroom with shower; outdoor deck area with rural and ocean views
The Area: Port Fairy, Victoria
The town of Port Fairy is situated at the end of the Great Ocean Road, making it an ideal destination after driving along the picturesque coast. A busy fishing village, Port Fairy is also a unique place to catch a glimpse of whales off the coast or fur seals on Lady Julia Percy Island. A mecca of history buffs, Port Fairy boasts 1880s style architecture and public buildings reflecting the time of Victoria’s early settlers, and Warrnambool boasts a number of attractions such as Flagstaff Hill Maritime Museum (voucher provided) as well as restaurants shopping and sightseeing. The swimming bays and beaches are ideal spots for relaxation or for travellers to try a hand at water sports. The Crags, a short distance away, provide panoramic views and rugged coastline that make great landscape photos.
For Groupies traversing the Great Ocean Road from Adelaide to Melbourne, or vice versa, Port Fairy is an ideal locale to stretch the legs and feel the salty sea breeze. The Great Ocean Road traces a winding route along Victoria’s dramatic coastline, where sheer limestone cliffs are buffeted by rolling surf, and the Twelve Apostles rise like colossal statues out of the sea.