About the listing
An attraction in its own right! Port Campbell’s weathered jetty juts defiantly into the bay, dwarfed by limestone cliffs and frequently by waves on the offshore reef. A crane on the iconic structure lowers the small fishing fleet directly into the Southern Ocean, delivering from the ocean to your plate in a matter of hours.
The jetty provides an ideal platform to watch the world go by, let the swell beneath your feet carry away your cares! Steal a kiss from a loved one, tell your kids you love them or plan an alfresco snack to remember.
Breathe deep: watch a southern ocean swell lick its way along the cliff-line before expending itself in a sigh upon the sandy shore. Exhale: fall into the relaxed easy sway of our village by the sea!
- Length: 100m from nearest parking options
- Time: View for 10 minutes; contemplate or fish for hours
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- The ramp to the pier has a medium gradient.
- The upper level of the jetty is generally accessible for prams and wheelchairs.
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Car parks in Cairns Street and Morris Street offer good viewing of the pier.
I challenge you to show us a better setting from an ocean jetty anywhere in the world! Talk to Port Campbell shopping about best baits and what works best at different types of year.
Species: Australian salmon, squid, trevally
Location: Lord Street Port Campbell