Queenscliff Accommodation

Queenscliff is a small seaside town, with a strong maritime history. Indeed, the town itself is populated by many period buildings and excellent examples of late 19th century architecture. For visitors to Queenscliff, this provides a whole host of hotels that have been converted from historic buildings, a charming place to spend a vacation.
There is plenty to explore in the town of Queenscliff despite its relatively small size. Art galleries, restaurants and small boutique shops are the order of the day here. Moving a little outside town, the local vineyards and wineries offer tours for visitors.
Looking out across Bass Strait and Port Phillip Heads, visitors to Queenscliff are rewarded by stunning views across the bay and the wild, rugged coastline.
See below some of our beautiful accommodation options for Queenscliff.

Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve The reserve is home to an array of indigenous plants and animals
Port Phillip Bay Coastal Reserve Port Phillips marine national parks and sanctuaries are magnificent places for exploring marine life, snorkeling, scuba diving and other water related activities
Port Phillip Heads Marine National ParkThe habitats found within this park are diverse, ranging from mudflats and seagrass meadows to deep and shallow reefs, rocky shores and beautiful pelagic waters