Queenscliff is an easy 25 to 30 minute drive from central Geelong. Ryrie Street one of the Geelong’s east to west main streets veers off to what becomes the Bellarine Highway B110 near the Geelong Hospital. The Bellarine Highway passes East Geelong, Newcomb, Moolap, Leopold, Wallington, Marcus Hill and Point Lonsdale before reaching its final destination Queenscliff.
Queenscliff is also accessible from the rest of the Bellarine Peninsula towns using the Portarlington to Queenscliff Road (C136).
A bus service links Queenscliff with Geelong and a ferry service runs between Sorrento on the Mornington Peninsula and the town. For those wanting a more interesting journey to Queenscliff catch the Drysdale to Queenscliff historic railway which operates weekends and some holidays.
Queenscliff’s main township is on a triangular peninsula and streets work on a grid pattern, it consists of two main streets running nearly north to south, Hesse Street is home to many of the shops and cafes, while Gellibrand Street overlooking the foreshore parkland has many of the grand guest houses.
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