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A village that offers both a sheltered inner harbour and a magnificent vistas of the open Pacific Ocean from the Wild Pacific Trail. From the sheltered inner harbour, watch the bustle of the fishing and charter vessels, spot the ever present bald eagles as they soar overhead, and keep an eye out for the sealions, harbour seals and river otters. The Unique view of the rocky shoreline from the open Pacific Wild Pacific Trail offers a spectacular view and breathtaking winter storm watching. Fun!
Visit Ucluelet Aquarium in Ucluelet
Butlers Bend Holiday Villas
Butlers Bend Holiday Villas combines seaside and country living in Aireys Inlet and offer holiday villas that are fully equipped. Aireys Inlet activities include: mountain bike, canoe hire, horse riding, surfing, fishing and bush walks at nearby Great Ocean Road, Moggs Creek, Otway National Park and Distillery Creek Picnic Area all within easy reach of Butlers Bend Holiday Villas.
Inlet Bay Retreat
Inlet Bay Retreat a beautiful, luxury, bed and breakfast retreat nestled into the forested hillside of Bert Flynn Park in picturesque Port Moody. Spectacular ocean views of the Burrard Inlet and Burnaby Mountain, with 3 luxury suites decorated to blend in with the nature. If you love the water, you'll find Port Moody an excellent choice with lots of water sports and nature activities to keep one busy.
Bute Inlet Lodge Bear Viewing Tours
Bute Inlet Lodge Bear Viewing Tours are an amazing experience with several major streams nearby where the bears feed on spawning salmon. With various tours on offer to view the grizzly bears in their natural environment, you can choose from scenic boat tours watching the bears on the shoreline accompanied by trained and certified guides, or take a helicopter from Whistler direct to Bute Inlet Lodge, and then on via boat and guides to the Orford River grizzly bear viewing area, and back to the lodge for lunch. Come for unforgettable Bute Inlet Lodge Bear Viewing Tours, enjoy other wildlife including black bears, dolphins and more and don't forget your camera.
Aireys-on-Aireys Villas offer the opportunity for casual or longer-term holiday rentals in luxury surroundings in Aireys Inlet near the Great Ocean Road and Victoria's beaches as well as the Aireys Inlet cafes and restaurants. The architect-designed holiday villas with 2 or 3 bedrooms are fully furnished and have equipped kitchens at the Aireys-on-Aireys Villas complex in Aireys Inlet.
Bute Inlet Lodge
Bute Inlet Lodge, ideally located at the mouth of the Bear River in Bute Inlet offers an unsurpassed and remote wilderness experience in this spectacular British Columbia playground. Bute Inlet Lodge offers comfortable accommodations, fabulous seafood and you arrive by floatplane or helicopter. This anglers paradise is perfect for saltwater salmon fishing and trout fly fishing, bear viewing, wildlife watching including whales and offers a stunning view over the bay where the seals and porpoises play. It's all here no matter what adventure you seek, Bute Inlet Lodge offers the magic.
Lightkeepers Inn Motel
Lightkeepers Inn Motel in Aireys Inlet is set in gardens with 20 rooms, small conference room and solar heated pool with BBQ area. Lightkeepers Inn Motel is on the Great Ocean Road, walking distance to restaurants, cafes, beaches, cliff top walks and the landmark Split Point Lighthouse in Airey Inlet.
Sirenuse Beach Villa
Located in Aireys Inlet, Sirenuse Beach Villa consists of a large 7 bedroom double storey beach villa with magnificent ocean and lighthouse views and sleep up to 14 guests. Sirenuse Beach Villa is near the beach for surfing, beach combing, swimming and fishing and within easy reach of bush walks and river canoe at historic Loutit Bay and Otway National Park in Aireys Inlet.
Walk along clifftop tracks to see rocky reefs, rock pools and sheltered coves. Aireys Inlet boasts superb beaches, with Fairhaven the main surf beach for swimming and board riding. Aireys Inlet also has a huge state park at its backdoor with native trees and heathlands that blaze with colour when wildflowers bloom in winter, spring and early summer.