The seaside town of Portarlington is located on the north-eastern corner of the Bellarine Peninsula, 31 kilometres from the city of Geelong
The town’s main commercial centre is on Newcombe Street and is dominated by the landmark Grand Hotel which was built in 1886. Parks and recreation reserves occupy the sloping foreshore between the shops on Newcombe Street and the beach, providing good views across the bay and towards the You Yangs mountain range north of Geelong. An historical attraction in town is the old steam-powered Portarlington Mill, which was built in 1857 out of sandstone, and now houses artefacts relating to the history of the region.
Fergos Bongo tours is a unique and personalised way to explore Portarlington and surrounding areas. Our bongos hold 6 passengers, and offer a variety of services from pickup and drop offs to ferry, caravan parks, golf club, eateries, accommodation locations, corporate functions, sporting and community events, Weddings to day to day movements around town.