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St Leonards

St Leonards and neighbouring Indented Head are two small seaside townships on the eastern end of the Bellarine Peninsula some 30 kilometres east of Geelong’s centre. In-between Portarlington to the north west and Queenscliff to the South…

About

Bellarine Peninsula’s seaside villages of St Leonard’s and Indented Head are a favorite for holiday makers over the summer wanting relaxation and tranquility away from a busy life. …Read more

Highlights

The highlights are pretty much nothing much is going on. Spend a pleasant day on the beautiful beaches with a good book and watch the day or have an extended lunch with friends down at the pub, its not hard to get use to this lifestyle. …Read more

History

The town of St Leonards took its name from a pastoral station that was in the area, which in turn, took its name from the town St Leonards in Sussex England. While the whole of the peninsula was once called Indented Head. …Read more

Places to Stay

Hundreds of campers flock to the foreshore reserves with their tents, caravans and campers, while others hire out holiday houses and apartments with beautiful views of Port Phillip Bay. …Read more

Map

Located on the Eastern shores of the Bellarine Peninsula overlooking Port Phillip Bay, St Leonard’s and Indented Head are in easy reach whole peninsula and Geelong region. …Read more

Attractions

There are plenty of historic sites to explore and some beautiful waterfront to enjoy, whether it be boating, sailing or just kicking back on the sandy beaches these towns are so pleasurable. …Read more

Photo Gallery

Beautiful blue water, sandy shores and plenty of nature are the lovely sights these two seaside towns ar famous for. …Read more

Fishing

Fishing in Port Phillip Bay doesn’t get any better than this, the waters have some pretty good fishing whether it be off the piers or off shore in a boat. …Read more

Did you Know

Escaped convict William Buckley lived with the local Aboriginal tribes for several years in the area well before European Settlement came to the peninsula.