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Modern Australian in Beachport

Mayura Station

Mayura Station – a cattle property in Millicent, midway between Mount Gambier and Beachport – has a serious rep for its fine Japanese full-blooded Wagyu beef. Book a table in advance at the classy/farmy dining room …
Pub Food in Beachport

Beachport Hotel

The second-biggest thing in Beachport (after the jetty) is the pub, a chunky old two-storey boozer serving classic Aussie pub grub (if you've never had a 'surf 'n' turf' before, here's your chance). Check out the lo…
Nature Reserve in Beachport

Beachport Conservation Park

There are some great walking tracks in this 710-hectare park, sandwiched between the coast and Lake George 2km north of town, taking you past Aboriginal middens, sheltered coves, lagoons and bush camping sites (per …
Pub in Beachport

Tantanoola Tiger Hotel

This snug country pub is home to the legendary Tantanoola Tiger. Pull up a bar stool and oggle the famous beast (actually a sheep-eating Assyrian wolf, which met its maker in 1895) over a cold beer and a schnitzel.
Museum in Beachport

Old Wool & Grain Store Museum

In a stately National Trust building on the main street you'll find relics from Beachport's whaling and shipping days, rooms decked out in 1870s style, and a display on the local Buandi people.