Queenscliff is a stunning town located inside the Port Phillip Bay in Victoria, Australia. It is filled with stunning vistas, pristine beaches - perfect for scuba diving and has an abundance of accommodation. With countless areas to explore by rental car, it's the ideal location to check out on your Aussie holiday. If you are searching for an idyllic seaside town paired with world class restaurants and countless activities, you need to add this location to your itinerary. On one side of the port is Sorrento and the other, Queenscliff. We recommend exploring both sides for the ultimate holiday.
Because this ferry does not service any offshore Islands, this network is classified as part of the Australian road network. What this means is that rental cars are usually allowed to travel on the Queenscliff - Sorrento ferry. It takes 40 minutes to get from Sorrento to Queenscliff by ferry.
You can pick up your rental car in Melbourne City, from Melbourne Airport or closer by in the Mornington Peninsula. There are a large range of suppliers in Victoria, so you can pick and choose the perfect one to suit your needs. In order to rent a car, you will need a full driver's licence printed in English. If you are aged between 21-24 you may need to pay an age surcharge. Always double check with your chosen supplier to ensure you are able to rent a car. Additionally, in most cases, those who use the Sorrento-Queenscliff ferry are covered for damage while on the ferry which means you can have peace of mind on your trip.
Luckily, getting around Queenscliff is super easy. Areas are clearly marked and places are accessible. Once the ferry arrives into the harbor you can drive straight off into the town centre. You’ll then be able to explore the historic buildings and charm of this seaside paradise.
|Point Nepean National Park: Before you hop on the ferry over to Queenscliff, Point Nepean National Park is a stunning display of nature right on the coast. You’ll find historic forts, beautiful trails to explore and stunning beaches to relax at - sounds perfect to us!|
|Fort Queenscliff: Dating back to 1860, Fort Queenscliff was a part of the harbors that the British Empire used as a defence. You can explore the Fort and learn about the history of the area and how they provided defence in Australia. While you are here, you need to check out the Queenscliff Lighthouse.|
|The Harbour: Filled with amazing restaurants, bars, cafes and shops, Queenscliff Harbour is the place to be for all things water related. Whether you want to enjoy seafood at sunset, go boating on the water or treat yourself to a facial at the spa, you’ll find it all right here.|