Gorey is a modern town with a traditional feel. Its rich history as a market trading town is reflected today in the high number of local businesses and producers. The region is abundent with everything from high fashion to authentic gourmet eateries, great places to stay, as well unlimited outdoor recreations, a thriving arts and culture community and plenty of pubs filled with live music and atmosphere.


Whatever you are looking for, North Wexford has literally hundreds of things to do, places to explore and attractions to enjoy. In terms of places to live and
quality of life Gorey has to be top of the list.

Retail Facilities


Gorey Shopping Centre (Anchor store Dunnes Stores)

Tesco Shopping Centre



Gorey Main Street

Esmonde Street


Financial Institutions


AIB, Main Street, Gorey

Bank of Ireland, Main Street, Gorey

Ulster Bank, Main Street, Gorey

EBS, 102 Main St, Gorey

Gorey Credit Union, Mc Dermott St, Gorey

Post Office Tel: 053-9421314


Transport Services in Gorey




Gorey is ideally located on Ireland’s N11 Euro-route midway between Dublin and Rosslare Euro-ports. Whether you are coming South from Dublin or North from Rosslare the best way to get to Gorey is to use the N11.




Bus Eireann and Wexford Bus operate several daily services to and from Dublin and Rosslare. They also provide

airport transport with regular services. Tickets are available to purchase locally or via www.wexfordbus.com or www.buseireann.ie




Iarnrod Eireann operate a number of services to and from Dublin daily, with a commuter train now in operation, making Gorey an easily accessible commuter town.



The main ferry ports for the South East are Rosslare (just over 50kms from Gorey) and Dublin / Dun Laoghaire

(100 kms). Rosslare has services to Pembroke, Fishguard and Cherbourg (France).Dun Laoghaire has services to Hollyhead and Dublin has services to Hollyhead, Liverpool, Douglas (seasonal). All the ferry ports have excellent access for freight, passenger and car passengers and Gorey is linked to all ports by Euro Route 1.




Dublin Airport (110 kms) and Waterford Airport (100 kms) are the main airports servicing the South East. The main operators Ryanair, Aer Arann, BMI and Aer Lingus offer scheduled services to the UK and Europe. Aer Lingus also has services to the United States. From the airport get a bus or taxi to Dublin city centre and travel onward by bus or rail.


State Agencies


Enterprise Ireland

Wexford County Enterprise Board

Wexford Local Development

Local Employment Service

Employability Wexford

Wexford County Council

Industrial Development Authority


Health Board


Gorey Hospital

Wexford Hospital




There are a number of excellent primary and secondary schools in the Gorey region including Educate Together,

Private and national schools.