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Point Lonsdale Guest House
We buy 75% GreenPower® Accredited Renewable Energy
See what's happening this week

See what's happening this week

Friday Night Dinner and  Basil's Bar at the Guesthouse 

Breakfast in the Westwood Dining Room

Monday - Saturday - 8 - 10.30am  
Sunday is a Full Buffet Breakfast 8.30 - 11am

Searoad Ferries

Bellarine Taste Trail

Bellarine Estate Winery

Leura Park Estate

Point Lonsdale Lighthouse

Little Creatures Village Market 23rd Feb (every Thursday until May)

Acoustic Open Mic Night at Queenscliff Brewhouse - the first Sunday of every month.

Streeton Prints Queenscliff Gallery and Museum until 30th April

Anzac Day Queenscliff Harbour

Visit a local Market

On the Ferry...

The Searoad Ferry operates every hour on the hour taking passengers across the bay to Sorrento.

Checkout their fabulous  School Holiday Program

Visit www.searoad.com.au for information on the different packages and cruises available such as: 

Visit one of the surrounding wineries   for a meal.  

Jack Rabbit Winery open for lunch 7 days a week , Oakdene Winery restaurant open from Wednesday to Sunday. Or visit their cellar door (weekends for Jack Rabbit) Oakdene open 7 days.

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Bellarine Taste Trail

Grab a Map from Reception and explore the Bellarine's very own 'taste trail', boasting over 40 unique food and wine destinations. The trail is littered with farmgate producers, provedores, unique wineries, beer and cider and award-winning cafes and restaurants.

Explore, taste, relax!

Ask us about what we do, how we do it and why we love it.

We love living and producing on The Bellarine and we want you to experience the best it has to offer. 

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Bellarine Estate Winery- Sunday Sessions

featuring a casual yet stylish menu, live music from a variety of local entertainers and an atmosphere perfect for lazy Sundays by the bay.

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Leura Park Estate

Live music from the 60's, 70's and 80's Sunday afternoons on the lawn. Enjoy tasting wine, indulge in a gourmet pizza or platter while listening to some great music. 

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Point Lonsdale Lighthouse

Take a guided tour of the historic Point Lonsdale Lighthouse Sundays between 9.30am and 1pm

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Little Creatures Village Market

If you're feeling a little crafty, or you're looking for a special something that's high in quality and hand made, head on over to our Little Creatures Village Market.  In its third year, our market has not only grown in size, but also in its eclectic range of unique, colourful and delightful offerings, hence the shift in name from the Creatures Craft Market.  Want to come along for a whole load of fun?  Here's the details:

Little Creatures Village Market is held within the Little Creatures Brewery grounds on every Thursday, between 5pm and 9pm.

Our 2017 season commences on the 16th of February 2017 and wraps up on 4th of May 2017.

Head on in, grab a meal, a beer and soak in the cheer that pours forth from all our fellow craft lovin' creatures.

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Acoustic Open Mic Night at Queenscliff Brewhouse - the first Sunday of every month.


Come down to the Queenscliff Brewhouse and join in on their acoustic open mic Sunday Session. Whether you have a style for music, poetry or comedy, come and put your talents on the table. Bring your instruments or props and get up at any stage during the night to entertain, practice your own live skills and create a good vibe.


All for the fun of getting the community together while enjoying and discovering the talents of those who live around the Bellarine Peninsula. Great beers, raw talent and good vibes an absolute guarantee.


Feel free to call the Queenscliff Brewhouse for further information.

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Streeton Prints 

Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop (QG&W) has the great pleasure in presenting this exhibition of never previously published etchings by Sir Arthur Streeton (posthumously printed by Theo Mantalvanos at QG&W).


Together with the 11 etchings, QG&W will exhibit the discovered zinc and copper plates, initial proofs and other related works kindly loaned from the Streeton family members.


The exhibition aims to demonstrate the legacy of an artist such as Sir Arthur Streeton. Nine resident artists will work in the gallery to show their influence, while others create contemporary works especially for the exhibition.


The exhibition will be made possible with the support and collaboration of the Streeton family members and QG&W represented artists (by residency): Joel Wolter, Philip Davey, Emmy Mavroidis, Adam Nudelman, Amanda Firenze, Michelle Joy Caithness, Soula Mantalvanos, Andrew Weatherill and James Pasakos

Venue


Queenscliff Gallery & Workshop

81 Hesse Street 

Queenscliff, VIC 3225 Australia


Open 10am until 5pm

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Queenscliff Harbour Anzac Day

Anzac day is an important day for all Australians.


Queenscliff with its rich military history, prides itself on commemorating the day with a number of services.


The dawn service held upon the cliff top at Shortland's Bluff at the rear of the fort is a most solemn but memorable experience, and one that all are welcome to. The service commences at 5.45am, with a 'Wreath at Sea' being laid by the Queenscliff Harbour via boat at approx. 6.30am.


Everyone is invited to return for breakfast which will be available at a number of Queenscliff Harbour restaurants from 7am.


Following breakfast - the Fort Queenscliff Anzac day Service parade assembly commences at 10.15 at the Queenscliff Post Office, led by the Geelong Highland Pipe Band, it marches along Hesse Street and into the Fort. The service commences at 11am on the Green inside Fort Queenscliff. The Roulettes traditionally do a fly over during this service.


For those with a boat, why not spend the night in the harbour and take part in the services and commemorations on ANZAC day.


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Visit a local Market...

Portarlington

A monthly market run on the last Sunday of each month, with a broad range of items, food and entertainment for the whole of the community.  Harding Reserve Portarlington.  

Barwon Heads Market

Last Saturday of every month at the Community Hall in the main street. Fresh fruit, vegetables, jams, lavender, oils, plants, craft and jewellery.

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