The redeveloped Queenscliff Harbour is definitely worth the trip. Restaurants and cafes complement the setting and the viewing tower provides stunning views over Port Phillip …
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The redeveloped Queenscliff Harbour is definitely worth the trip. Restaurants and cafes complement the setting and the viewing tower provides stunning views over Port Phillip Heads and Swan Bay. The historic Queenscliff Pier and the charming Queenscliff Township are only a short stroll away.
Catch a ferry to Sorrento for a day trip, you can even take your car. For timetables, ticket and booking information visit the Searoad Ferries website.
Or visit the Maritime Museum or the Marine Discovery Centre. The pier and lifeboat shed were an integral part of the infrastructure provided to improve the safety for ships entering or leaving Port Phillip. Many lives were saved though the efforts of the crews that manned the lifeboat, which is now located in the Queenscliffe Maritime Museum.
Water based activities are well established, dive schools offer scuba and snorkelling tuition, boat charters offer fishing or dolphin tours, jetty angling, surfing, sailboarding - the opportunities are endless. Or drop a line from the end of the Queenscliff Pier and utilise the picnic and barbecue facilities that are just along the foreshore.
19 Apr 2013
An all-terrain wheelchair, the ‘Trailrider’, will feature in today's Oxfam Trailwalker, a 48 hour, 100 kilometre hike through five outer eastern national parks. Pushing the wheelchair, with team member Bruce Towers onboard, will be a team from Parks Victoria, including the Member for Caulfield David Southwick and with the Member …