Port Kenny


Port Kenny

Port Kenny is a small township situated on the Flinders Highway, between Elliston and Streaky Bay, overlooking beautiful Venus Bay and catering for the needs of the surrounding mixed farms, local fishing industry and holiday makers.

Port Kenny was originally named Kenny’s Landing and was used to transfer grain into the barges for shipping out from Venus Bay.

Offering easy access to some of the best experiences along the West Coast, Port Kenny is a short drive from the Sea Lions of Point Labatt, the remarkable rock formations called Murphys Haystacks, the awesome beach of Mount Camel plus many other attractions, including Talia Caves, Baird Bay and Venus Bay Conservation Park. 

With pub and caravan park accommodation, together with a service station, it’s the perfect base for jetty or boat fishing. Garfish, snook, flounder, trevally and King George whiting are never far from the hook, while nearby surf beaches are fast gaining kudos among board riders and those in search of salmon.

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