Queenscliff Harbour

Landmarks and Buildings

Queenscliff Harbour is a destination in itself and being a working harbour there is always something to see and do. The 250 berth marina is home to the historic couta boats, yachts, power boats and a popular destination for local and interstate visiting vessels.

The busy working boat yard has the largest straddle carrier in Victoria which can lift vessels up to 150 tonne.

Walk along the boardwalk and you will find a dynamic retail precinct which includes, charter / dive operators, eco tours, men’s and ladies fashion, nautical gifts, gift ware, hairdressers and a day spa.

Foodies are not forgotten, from fine dining to fish and chips, wood fired pizza, coffee, cake, ice-cream and the best local produce all available in pristine surroundings offering incomparable bay views.

Make time to climb or catch the lift to the top of the 42 metre observation tower which offers stunning 360 degree views of Queenscliff, Port Philip, The Rip, Bellarine Peninsula, Swan Bay, Mornington Peninsula, pilot boats entering the bay or you might even spot a stingray.

Facilities

Bar Boating Boating Facilities Cafe Carpark Caters for hearing impairment Caters for high support needs Caters for limited mobility Caters for vision impairment Coach Parking Conference/Convention Facilities Enquiry Desk Family Friendly Fishing Food and Refreshments Free Wifi Lookouts Pet Friendly Public Toilet Regional Tourist/Tourism Association/Organisation Restaurant Scuba Schools International Shop Wheelchair access

Rates

Free Entry

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