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Ruby's Queenscliff - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Ruby's Queenscliff

2 St Andrews Street, Queenscliff - Map
"Excellent location and facilities"
Excellent location and all basic requirements. Heater was already on when we arrived - very welcoming
Traveller from Shepparton
Vue Grand - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Vue Grand

46 Hesse Street, Queenscliff - Map
"One night stay"
A lovely old world hotel, nicely appointed and clean. The staff were very friendly. No elevators so a bit difficult for people that have trouble with stairs. Very comfortably and great location.
Traveller from Mt Macedon
BIG4 Queenscliff Beacon Resort - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

BIG4 Queenscliff Beacon Resort

78 Bellarine Highway, Queenscliff - Map
"Nice place to stay"
My wife and I enjoyed are stay and found our chalet was both clean with plenty of room. All the esencials were there plus a few extras.
Traveller from Wyndham Vale
Whether you are into complete relaxation, adventure holidays or exploring the natural wonders of the Great Outdoors, the …More
Athelstane House - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Athelstane House

4 Hobson Street, Queenscliff - Map
Helpful , friendly staff , couldn't fault it at all . room was small , but it said that when we booked so no surprises there . would certainly recommend it
Traveller from MELB
Come to the Athelstane House for a wonderful Victoria weekend getaway or on your way to the seaside resort of Sorrento …More
Queenscliff Inn - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Queenscliff Inn

59 Hesse Street, Queenscliff - Map
"Backpacker standard at a B&B Price"
Tiny heater in room, not really enough - room was cold even though hallways seemed quite warm. We had to request extra doonas. Bed was saggy and uncomfortable and pillows terrible, thankfully we had brought our own pillows - only to be told we weren't allowed to use them (in case we had bed bugs). Shared kitchen is useful with kettle, toaster, fridge and hotplate. I had rung the day prior to check that there was a microwave available for use - I was told there was - however on arriving with our dinner to heat up, found it to be out of order. Shared unisex bathroom dated but functional. Water in the shower ran hot and cold and there was no shelves to rest belongings or soap. Overall, it was better than sleeping in a tent, but next time we'll find somewhere else even if it means paying a little bit more.
Traveller from Melbourne
Springhill House on Pardalote - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Springhill House on Pardalote

13 Pardalote Close, Queenscliff - Map
"weekend in Queenscliff ?"
Lovely house closer to Point Lonsdale than Queenscliff? Very clean,nice room, had to drive to everything. Not a lot of local information in room?
A Traveller
Seaview House - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Seaview House

86 Hesse Street, Queenscliff - Map
4.7 out of 5 (68 reviews)
Queenscliff Hotel - Queenscliff Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Queenscliff Hotel

16 Gellibrand Street, Queenscliff - Map
"Cosy hotel close to town & beach"
Beautiful, grand building. Lovely, welcoming caretaker. Booked a deluxe room, quite expensive & was expecting it to look like the photo in the ad. It was not at all like the photo. Very small & sparse room. I asked if this was the deluxe room & was told yes, it's larger than the standard room. I've stayed at numerous hotels & my definition of deluxe is certainly different to Queenscliff Hotel's. Still, if it's comfort you're looking for, this place is it!
Traveller from Melbourne Vic

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    Pocket Guide: Queenscliff

    Nestled on the Bellarine Peninsula, on a spit jutting out into the blue waters of Port Phillip Bay, Queenscliff has location down pat. Surrounded by the sea on three sides, this historic village will charm you with its beauty, Victorian-era architecture and A-grade fish and chips! Just an hour and a half from Melbourne and 45 minutes from the start of the spectacular Great Ocean Road, wot’s the hold up? Book your Queenscliff accommodation with us now!

    The first white man to live in the area was escaped convict William Buckley, who befriended local Aboriginals of the Wathawurung tribe and lived with them for over 30 years in the early 1800s. Queenscliff was settled in the 1850s and by the 1860s its prime location at the entrance to the port made it a strategic defence post. Named for Queen Victoria, Queenscliff today has a population of just a couple of thousand people, but it still packs a punch to see.

    With Queenscliff’s strong defence and maritime history, don’t leave town without exploring the 19th century Fort Queenscliff, one of Victoria’s most important historic sites. The Queenscliff Historical Museum and the Maritime Museum are also well worth a visit. For fewer displays and more living history, wander through the town’s streets – Hesse Street in particular – to discover the well-preserved heritage buildings housing shops, eateries and art galleries. The Queenscliff Harbour is also home to a strip of cafes and restaurants overlooking the harbour – complete with a 30-metre-high observation deck projecting panoramic views over the city and the bay.

    With so much water around, the list of aquatic-based activities here is never-ending. Take a charter boat out to sea, throw a line off one of the piers or beaches, or dive down to some of the country’s top shipwrecks and reefs. You can even go swimming with dolphins and seals! When your fingers start to shrivel, head to the Queenscliff Lighthouse, built in 1862, and the Black Lighthouse, Australia’s only lighthouse made from bluestone. There’s also a longstanding legend that Queenscliff has hidden treasure, so harness your inner spy and see if you can unveil any clues to its whereabouts. You never know!

    All around Queenscliff there are many other towns and villages to visit. Geelong is just 30 minutes up the road, and Torquay – the start of the Great Ocean Road – is just 45 minutes away. There’s also a ferry between Queenscliff and Sorrento, on the other side of the mouth of Port Phillip Bay. Part of the beautiful Mornington Peninsula, Sorrento and nearby towns such as Rye make for a wonderful day trip. You can even make the journey to Queenscliff along this route from the Melbourne CBD if time isn’t your top priority. The fastest way to get here though is up the Princes Highway to Geelong, then turn off towards Queenscliff. Tempted? I think we all know it’s time you got booking with one of our Queenscliff hotels!

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