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Tumaini for Africa Gallery and Accommodation Suite

13 Wharf Street, Port Albert, Victoria, 3971

Centrally located in the historic coastal village of Port Albert, Tumaini for Africa Gallery and Accommodation Suite is situated in the iconic 150-year-old former Post Office building.

A fully refurbished space with a combustion heater, separate bathroom, bedroom and sitting room fully independent from the main residence with its own entrance. There is a kitchenette for breakfast and light refreshments provided. A peaceful getaway for singles or couples.

Marvel at the beauty of the harbour and jetty aglow at pristine sunrises. Stroll to nearby eateries to watch the sunset over Nooramunga Marine and Coastal Park and distant Wilsons Promontory. Fresh air, history, fishing, boating and absolute idyllic beauty surrounds you.

Great walks, bike trails and recreational activities nearby including the award-winning Gippsland Regional Maritime Museum, Port Albert Art Gallery and highly acclaimed resident artist Warren Curry - both located in historic buildings with colourful pasts.

Nearby you'll find the beautiful Tarra Bulga National Park, Balook, and Agnes Falls. The newly restored Port Welshpool Long Jetty, and charming Yarram home of the newly developed Mural Art Trail by renowned street artist Heesco Khosnaran. Discover the rugged beauty of the many coastal hamlets along the East Gippsland coast and the stunning Golden Beach and the breathtaking Ninety Mile Beach, that is, if you feel you need to venture from Tumaini and your complimentary local wine and cheeses.

Content: Tumaini for Africa Gallery and Accommodation Suite
$120.00 - $120.00

Standard price for singles or couples $120 per night - no minimum booking requirement. Longer stays price negotiable - more than 3 nights.

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  • Disabled access available, contact operator for details
  • Car park
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Boat ramp
  • Free Wifi
13 Wharf Street, Port Albert, Victoria, 3971

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