1 Old Waratah Road, Fish Creek, Victoria
Location: Ideally located, the hotel is twenty-five minutes from the gates of Wilson's Promontory with its beautiful beaches and walking tracks and fifteen minutes from the beautiful beaches of Sandy Point, Waratah Bay and Walkerville. The towns of Leongatha and Inverloch are an easy thirty minutes drive and ten minutes to Foster. The iconic Fish Creek Hotel (1939) is a magnificently imposing Art Deco building located in the heart of Fish Creek. Look for the giant fish sculpture by Colin Suggett mounted on the roof.
Accommodation: There are two types of accommodation available. Upstairs hotel rooms are provided for singles or couples, each room has a queen or double sized bed and are reminiscent of an era gone past. Shower facilities are shared with men's facilities at one end and women's facilities at the other. Upstairs facilities are not available to patrons under the age of 18. If private bathroom / shower / children facilities are preferred, there are nine motel units with a/c and convenient parking.
The Bar/Lounge: Located downstairs, enjoy a quiet relaxation by the fire or in the bar. The bright and spacious 'Fish' room has large windows looking across Fish Creek Township. Let the sunshine in and relax away from the rest of the world.
The Bistro: The Fish Creek Hotel features an extensive menu of fresh and seasonal produce that highlights the best Gippsland has to offer. The wine list features a predominance of Gippsland vineyards. A variety of local, national and international beer and spirits is also available. A separate bar menu caters for smaller, more casual dining in the bar or beer garden.
- 9 Motel Style Rooms
- 6 Hotel Style Rooms (upstairs)
- Linen & towels provided
- Shared or private bathroom facilities
- Off street parking
- Bottle shop
- Bistro is wheelchair accessible
- Free Wi-Fi
- ATM, TAB, Sky Channel
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Booking Conditions: No smoking in rooms. Dogs are always welcome in the beer garden (provided they are kept on a leash).