Henty Activities
Henty is a beautiful region boasting miles of rugged coastline and pristine countryside. A great way to view this vast area is from the air and located at Portland airport you will find Heli-eXplore who offer flight to nearby wineries and extended trips to other wine regions. One of their highlights is Blue Whale watching over the Southern Ocean.

If your visiting the Henty Wine Region in early March be sure to drop into Port fairy for the Port Fairy Folk Festival. The festival presents a unique line-up of International and National artists - folk roots, blues, jazz, bluegrass, Celtic roots, crossroads country and rock, and music of the world. Held over the Labour Day long weekend this festival is well worth putting in your calendar.

If your looking for something a little more active then the Discovery Bay Coastal Park has you covered. Discovery Bay Coastal Park is a majestic 50 km sweep of ocean beach, huge dunes, Aboriginal middens and coastal lakes. Attractions include freshwater lakes, massive dune systems, magnificent coastal cliffs, volcanic features and sweeping ocean beaches. Outstanding features of Discovery Bay Coastal Park at Cape Bridgewater include a seal colony, blowholes, the "petrified forest" and the highest coastal cliffs in Victoria, 130 metres above sea level. The Bridgewater Lakes within the Park, 16 km west of Portland, are popular for picnics, swimming, boating, water skiing and surf-fishing. Other activities include surfing, scenic driving, walking (The Great South West Walk passes through Discovery Bay Coastal Park) and camping at Swan Lake and Lake Monibeong. More information can be located on the Parks Victoria Website website.

Here is a list of website links for some of the activities in the Henty Wine Region.
Discovery Bay Coastal Park Heli-eXplore Port Fairy Folk Festival
Cellar Door & Wine Tasting Henty Wineries