Port Albert

  • The coastal town of Port Albert in Gippsland was Victoria's first established port and continues to operate as a commercial port and a recreational fishing hot spot. From the mid-1800s, Port Albert was the supply port for Gippsland's pioneers until the completion of the Melbourne-Sale railway in 1878. It has berthed ships from Europe and America and welcomed thousands of Chinese on their way to the goldfields. More than 40 Georgian and Victorian-style buildings still exist in the town, including The Port Albert Hotel, the oldest continually licensed hotel in Victoria. A beer and a meal of local fish and

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