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Visiting Dartmoor

Dartmoor is situated on the banks and floodplain of the scenic and peaceful Glenelg River.

In 1918, an avenue of Atlantic Cedars were planted as a memorial to those that served in the first World War. The Dartmoor Community and a local chainsaw artist, joined together to create nine tree carvings in the avenue of Honour, depicting service men and women in the army, navy and air force.

Things to See and Do in Dartmoor

  • Walk along the Avenue of Honour and view the tree carvings that line the main street or enjoy the view from the picnic area.
  • Fort O' Hare situated on the banks of the Glenelg River offers picnic areas, free camping, fishing, walks and a watering hole.
  • Visit the Stainglass Studio.
  • Try your luck at fishing in the Glenelg River
  • Hire a canoe from Winnap and paddle down the river

For even more information about Dartmoor and it's surrounds, go to the Dartmoor & District Progress Association website and find out about the local events and attractions.

For more information on things to see and do in the Dartmoor area, contact the:
Portland Visitor Information Centre, Lee Breakwater Road
Open daily 9.00am-5.00pm (except Christmas Day)
Phone: 1800 035 567 (toll free)
or Email: PortlandVIC@glenelg.vic.gov.au

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