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We were blessed with a beautiful blue sky in spring with lots of flowers in blossom. Our guide Alison was very informative and had a great sense of local knowledge and community. It was just a short walk through a couple of blocks and were...More
What a brilliant and informative walk Kevin was full of awesome information what a great way to learn about the town and its history and afternoon tea to finish was just greatMore
Date of experience: June 2017
Maree G, Manager at Queenscliff Heritage Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 6 June 2017
We have a wonderful team of Heritage Guides who are very protective of our local history, and honour it by sharing with our visitors. We are very privileged to have retained many original old stately homes and guesthouses. With the support of many...More
This walk gives the opportunity to view beautiful heritage houses and to learn about the history of this fishing and tourist destination. Many of the old buildings are ornate and very well preserved. The seaside setting adds another dimension to this relaxed and laid back...More
This is not a long walk and provides some interesting insight into the early history of Queenscliff. I particularly looked out for the house used in the Queenscliff episode of the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries TV series. Along the walk, there are also many other...More
Queenscliff is a pretty town near the coast. The main streets have some beautifully maintained old buildings that give one the feeling of going back to a previous era. Worth stopping here for a short while to capture some of these buildings on your camera
With is endless streets full of history and its delightful old homes reminiscent of elegant times past the heritage walk is a real treat.
The Queenscliff Historical Society was a great place to start with an array of items from times past and great pictures...More
Many attractions here...the beaches...lighthouse and the old fort. Lovely wide main street has is a feast of shopping and dining experiences...also catch a ferry[car/pedestrian] across the rip to the other side...Portsea/Sorrento. A great little spot...we always enjoy our visits.
Love the beauty and history of the town.
It has kept its integrity and is relatively unscathed with progress.
It is close enough from Melbourne to do a day trip but there are enough activities in town and along the peninsular and Great Ocean Road...More