The Borough of Queenscliffe has always been a culturally diverse area.
Given its government and military history, since its establishment in the 1860s it has played host to many people from other countries.
The three largest ancestry groups in the Borough of Queenscliffe are English, Australian and Irish.
As at 2016, 4% of people in the Borough speak a language other than English at home.
The Borough of Queenscliffe is situated on the land of the Wadawurrung people – the traditional custodians.