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The Bellarine peninsula offers the best of old and new in this historic seaside village, situated at the entrance of Port Philip Bay.

Treat yourself to a discovery of delights, as you explore the main street of past elegant Victorian-era hotels, stately churches, quaint fishermen’s cottages, heritage architecture, art galleries, shops and great places to dine.

Enjoy the amber fluid with friendly locals at one of the many pubs or licensed restaurants.

Peruse the local boutiques, or enjoy a picnic of piping hot fish and chips under the shade of the giant foreshore pines.

For the golfing enthusiasts, Queenscliff Golf Club offers sweeping greens and a unique island setting.  Whilst in November, both local and international acts, take the stage in a friendly family atmosphere at the Queenscliff Music Festival.

If you like exploration, there are endless opportunities for water activities on Port Phillip Bay, with a range of charter boats departing Queenscliff. Or you can dive down to some of Australia’s best reefs and shipwrecks to check out the abundant marine life beneath the waves. Swim with dolphins and seals or try a spot of fishing from piers, beaches or charter boats. Ride the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento, a 40-minute journey, which takes passengers and cars to the other side of Port Phillip Bay.


The Queenscliff Walk, is about learning about Queenscliffs historical connection with the land and waters of early Australia.

Those wishing to take part in the Queenscliff Heritage Walk please  contact the Queenscliff Visitor Information Centre:

Queenscliffe Visitor Information Centre


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