Steeped in a rich maritime history having been the cornerstone of the land transport connections in the early 1800’s. A picturesque and peaceful location, Port Albert attracts visitors from around Australia and overseas. It’s ‘off the beaten track’ location means a short 6km detour from the main road is required to visit this charming little town. Photographers, artists, anglers, historians, walkers, diners and anyone with an interest in maritime history will relish in what Port Albert has to offer. Its close proximity to Tarra Bulga National Park & the famous 90 Mile Beach makes it a ‘must stop’ destination for those traveling the East Coast.
MMT RIDE: H’s “Gippsland & Port Albert” Ride
June 16 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm
First Meeting Place: Code Black Coffee in North Melbourne at 9:30 am
Second Meeting Place: BP/McDonalds 65 Princes Highway, Officer at 10:30am
H is taking us on a ride down through Gippsland to the old port town of Port Albert which was founded in 1841.
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