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Quest Portland - Portland Hotels

Quest Portland

66 Julia Street, Portland - Map
Hotel was good. We arrived late, staff were very friendly and professional. Room was very clean and well presented, tv connection was poor as we kept loosing signal but that was the only fault with the room. Good place and had a very nice time
A Traveller
Portland Holiday Village - Portland Hotels

Portland Holiday Village

37 Percy Street, Portland - Map
" convenient"
peaceful . Easy access to major localities . Only stayed one night . The host and hostess were most helpful
A Traveller
Best Western Whalers Rest Mtr Inn - Portland Hotels

Best Western Whalers Rest Mtr Inn

714 Henty Highway, Portland - Map
Convenient to locations I had to visit. 5 minutes to town centre.
A Traveller
Stay at this charming and quiet Portland motel, situated at the western end of the Great Ocean Road and close to attractions …More
Victoria House - Portland Hotels

Victoria House

5 Tyers Street, Portland - Map
loved the decor and ambiance. Also the hospitality could not have been nicer. Easy Walking distance to everything Great place and breakfast, too.
A Traveller
Victoria Lodge Motor Inn And Apartments - Portland Hotels

Victoria Lodge Motor Inn And Apartments

155 Percy Street, Portland - Map
Great large well appointed rooms, stayed in many motels this is one of the best!
A Traveller
Victoria Lodge is a family owned business situated in historic Portland. We offer 2 styles of guest accommodation for the …More
Mariner Motel - Portland Hotels

Mariner Motel

196 Percy Street, Portland - Map
"Overnight Stay Some people might have trouble with"
Simply an overnight stay to break a long trip. Recommend to others.
A Traveller
William Dutton Motel - Portland Hotels

William Dutton Motel

141 Percy Street, Portland - Map
"Covered all the basics for a great week end"
We were two boys on a week end fishing trip. This hotel had all the basic essentials and was quite comfortable for us to relax in the evenings. Convenient location in the middle of town, allowed us to walk to bistro for dinner and drinks. Hosts were friendly and accommodating. We would stay again next time.
Traveller from Melbourne
Econo Lodge Portland - Portland Hotels

Econo Lodge Portland

1 Gawler Street Building B, Portland - Map
Wasn't there long, it had everything I needed , the location was fantastic and could easily get a meal at night and breakfast in the morning.
A Traveller
Comfort Inn Richmond Henty - Portland Hotels

Comfort Inn Richmond Henty

101 Bentinck St, Portland - Map
Pool was a disappointment ( no chairs, sun protection, etc when supervising the kids), however your staff are amazing and the food was incredible.
A Traveller
Annesley House - Portland Hotels

Annesley House

60 Julia Street, Portland - Map
great & pleasant stay would recommend to all close to every thing
A Traveller
If you are looking for a refined experience while traveling through this great country, you will want to book your stay at …More

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    Accommodation In Portland

    Nestled along the dramatic and spectacular Great Ocean Road, Portland awaits you on one of Australia’s greatest scenic drives! This historic maritime city has it all. From amazing seaside scenery to pioneering history and close to sacred aboriginal sites, there’s so much to explore from the land to the sea. Get in and book your Portland accommodation before the secret gets out!

    Victoria’s first permanent settlement in 1834, Portland is set around the port where Lieutenant James Grant sailed into on the Lady Nelson in 1800. With a strong maritime history, the city itself is lined with over 200 gorgeous heritage buildings. History-buffs can indulge in the self-guided Historical Buildings Walk to get a closer view and a detailed insight into the historical significance of the city.

    A thriving harbourside city today, Portland is also proud to be the retail heart of the Discovery Coast. Boutique shops, mainstream stores, great cafes and restaurants mean it’s always bustling with activity. Head to the mall, a shopping centre, or explore the streets dotted with opportunities to browse and give that credit card a workout. Then a cold drink in the sun by the harbour is always going to satisfy.

    Of course, if you’re coming to Portland it would be a crime to leave without even getting your toes wet. Excellent surfing and beautiful beaches make it hard to resist. If you’re angling for a bite, this fisherman’s paradise will have you hooked on fresh King George whiting, flathead, snapper and tuna. But if you’d rather a little splashing, take a whale watching tour or say hello to the playful Australian fur seals waddling around on rocks nearby. Once you’ve seen it all firsthand, get a bit of history to the water at the Portland Maritime Discovery Centre. Get photos that’ll wow your friends when you step into the rib cage of a Sperm Whale skeleton and uncover treasures from the many shipwrecks off this rugged coastline.

    Back on dry land, pull on those joggers and traipse a section of the 250-kilometer Great South West Walk, or take a day trip out to the amazing Grampians. The Grampians National Park boasts impressive rugged mountain ranges, eye-grabbing wildflowers and many Aboriginal rock art sites. If you’d rather an urban day trip, head to Port Fairy, just under an hour away. The charming fishing village has a buzzing local art scene, interesting old stone churches and gorgeous wide streets lined with Norfolk pines. But the biggest prize on your doorstep in Portland is the entire world-class Great Ocean Road!

    Perfectly located between Melbourne and Adelaide, getting to Portland is super easy. Just follow the Great Ocean Road signs! If you’re in a rush, alternatively you can drive straight up the Princes Highway from or Adelaide. If you’re looking to channel your inner explorer, some people even ride the journey. Whatever you do, you won’t regret it! Check out our range of Portland hotels today!

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