The Borough of Queenscliffe, and its seaside towns of Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale, offers visitors a wealth of attractions and experiences.
The rich historical character of Queenscliff is set off by a vibrant and contemporary cultural scene. Stately Victorian façades conceal modern art galleries and award-winning restaurants; heritage buildings house new-age provedores and ice-creameries. Contrasting this, the new Queenscliff Harbour provides a unique dining and retail space.
Point Lonsdale is a casual holiday settlement famous for its lighthouse, boutique shopping and café strip overlooking the infamous Rip, where the waters of Bass Strait and Port Phillip Bay meet.
Visitors staying within the Borough can explore the whole Bellarine Peninsula, enjoying a scenic drive to nearby beaches, seaside villages, alluring wineries, or making the most of numerous other family-friendly activities.