The Bellarine Peninsula is the ideal location to base yourself if the ocean is calling your name.

Launch your boat or jet ski from one of five Bellarine Bayside managed boat ramps situated on our foreshore. One of these is located within the Portarlington Holiday Park for the exclusive use of holiday...

 

The Northern Bellarine foreshore, including the Point Richards Flora and Fauna Reserve, possess significant ecological, recreational and tourist values.

Areas of low-lying dune system, herb-rich woodlands and a mosaic of wetlands traverse the coastal landscape providing habitat for flora and fauna and a source of natural history. The headlands and cliffs are distinctive...

The Bellarine Taste Trail Map is the perfect place to start your Bellarine food journey.

Pick up a map from reception or download one here and discover the local delicacies and farm produce of the Bellarine Peninsula directly from the farm gate. Enjoy wine tasting and a bite to eat at one of...

There are a plethora of events and festivals staged on the Northern Bellarine foreshore throughout the year. From long-standing events such as the Gatorade Triathlon, National Celtic Festival and Portarlington Mussel Festival to newer events such as the Bellarine Sunset Run that take advantage of our beautiful coastline.

Apart from fishing and swimming in the beautiful Bay, there are activities aplenty all over the Bellarine Peninsula for the kids to enjoy!

Have a day out on the water slides at ADVENTURE PARK in Wallington (closed throughout winter). Check out the MARINE AND FRESHWATER DISCOVERY CENTRE at Queenscliff. Unexpected summer rain...