The Queenscliff Pier and lifeboat shed were an integral part of the infrastructure provided to improve the safety for ships entering or leaving Port Phillip.
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The Queenscliff 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 nearby Queenscliffe Maritime Museum.
Today, visitors can take a relaxing stroll or try their luck fishing from the end of the pier. Picnic and barbecue facilities are located nearby along the foreshore.
Public berthing is available on Queenscliff Pier for up to 48 hours at a time (vessels should be attended). Other restrictions are detailed on Parks Victoria signs.