Fish Creek, or Fishy to its friends, is a small, vibrant community in South Gippsland near Wilsons Promontory and Cape Liptrap Coastal Park. It is ideal farming country and has thriving dairy, egg, cattle and sheep farms, as well as olive groves, herb farms and wineries.
There are a number of galleries and shops in Fishy showcasing the work of local artists and artisans. These include the Celia Rosser Gallery, Alison Lester Gallery and Bookshop, Stefani Hilltop Gallery, Gecko Studio Gallery, Ride the Wild Goat and Roland Harvey Gallery and Bookshop.
Good tea, coffee and food can be found at Gibson’s Licensed Cafe & Larder, Headquarters at Gecko Studio Gallery, The Paddock, the Fish Creek Hotel, the Banksia Cafe at Celia Rosser Gallery, the Fish Creek General Store and the Fish Creek Roadhouse & Cafe.
The Great Southern Rail Trail goes right through the town on its way to Foster, Toora and Welshpool to the east and Buffalo, Stony Creek, Meeniyan and beyond to the west.
The Fish Creek Memorial Hall, built in 1930 and owned by the local community, serves many purposes. On the first Friday of the month you will find local film lovers at the hall enjoying a Prom Coast Film Society screening, and of course the hall is the home of the Tea Cosy Exhibition and festival events!
Fishy is also home to the Big Mullet which lies atop the Fish Creek Hotel and is one of the many examples of street art in the town.