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An early morning on Sorrento Pier, February 2013 (Photo: James Cordwell)

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Sorrento Pier and its Historic Shed, January 2013 (Photo: James Cordwell)

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Sorrento Pier, January 2013 (Photo: James Cordwell)

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Built in 1870, Sorrento Pier is visited by both recreational and commercial vessels. The Sorrento Pier provides access across the bay to Queenscliff via a 40 minute ferry ride. For timetable and booking information visit the Searoad Ferries website.

Fishing from the pier is a popular activity and is a particular hotspot for King George whiting, with the peak season being from November- April. Other popular activities include swimming in the calm, safe waters or casually strolling down the beach.

Located within a short walk of the Sorrento Pier is the town of Sorrento, one of Victoira's oldest seaside communities. Visit Sorrento for a variety of cafes, resturants, galleries, picnic and barbeque facilities.

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