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If you're planning a trip to Victoria, Australia, consider visiting the Bellarine Peninsula. This beautiful coastal area offers visitors a wide range of activities and attractions to enjoy.

Getting There

The Bellarine Peninsula is located about 100km south-west of Melbourne, and can be accessed via the Princes Highway. Alternatively, you can take a ferry from Melbourne's Docklands to Portarlington or Queenscliff. The drive from Melbourne to the Bellarine Peninsula takes around 1.5 hours.


The Bellarine Peninsula offers a range of accommodation options to suit all budgets, from luxury resorts to cozy bed and breakfasts. Some popular options include:

  • Sebel Bellarine Estate
  • Vue Grand
  • Point Lonsdale Guest House
  • Bellarine Bayside Holiday Parks

Things to See and Do

The Bellarine Peninsula has something to offer everyone, whether you're interested in nature, history, or just soaking up the sun on the beach. Some must-see attractions include:

1. Ocean Grove Beach

This popular beach is a great spot for swimming, surfing, and sunbathing. The beach is patrolled by lifeguards during the summer months.

2. Portarlington Mill

This historic windmill dates back to the 1850s, and is now a museum that offers a glimpse into the area's past.

3. Adventure Park

This theme park offers a range of rides and attractions for children and adults, including waterslides, mini golf, and go-karting.

4. Queenscliff Maritime Museum

This museum houses a collection of shipwreck artefacts, and offers visitors the chance to learn about the area's rich maritime history.

5. Point Lonsdale Lighthouse

This iconic lighthouse offers stunning views of the surrounding coastline, and is a popular spot for photo opportunities.

Food and Drink

The Bellarine Peninsula is known for its fresh seafood and farm-fresh produce. Some popular dining options include:

  • The Whiskery
  • Jack Rabbit Vineyard
  • Queenscliff Brewhouse
  • Driftwood Cafe

Whether you're interested in nature, history, or just relaxing on the beach, the Bellarine Peninsula is the perfect destination for your next holiday.

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