Things to do

The Bellarine Peninsula is home to amazing wineries, great surf beaches and quaint seaside villages. The Bellarine also links up with The Great Ocean Road and is the perfect place to stay and enjoy for a few days. We are able to put together bespoke tours to suit your interests through one of our luxury tour partners.

Moorabool Valley

• Queens Park and history of Barwon River

• Provenance Wines - Wine Masterclass & Tasting

• Old Paper Mill Tour– built in late 1870’s (includes Button Hill)

Moorabool Valley Lunch Option

• Clyde Park Winery - Tasting and Chef designer lunch

Moorabool Valley Photo Opportunities

• Cement Works, Silos & Historic Asylum

• Steiglitz Historic Park adjoining the Brisbane Ranges (Ghost Town)

• Aboriginal sacred places - Bunjil Lookout and Dog Rocks Sanctuary

Bellarine Peninsula

• Fort Queenscliff

• Maritime Museum

• Q Marina

• Ship Wreck coast – The Rip

• Dolphin Swim

• Surfing Lesson

• Brew House - Regional wines, cider or whiskey tasting with regional food sampling

• Whiskery Tasting 

• Scotchman's Hill Tasting and platter

• Point Lonsdale Lighthouse and the rip

Lunch Options

• Q Train lunch (depending on availability)

• Merne at Lighthouse – Multi dish grazing lunch

Great Ocean Road

• Torquay – Australian National Surfing Museum

• Bell’s Beach

• Aireys Inlet Split Point Lighthouse

• Lorne Surf beach and waterfalls

• The Twelve Apostles

• Loch Ard Gorge

• Port Campbell

• Otway Fly

Lunch Opportunities

• Grand Pacific Hotel Lorne - Chef Designer lunch in Private Dining Room

• A la Grecque - Modern Greek cuisine served in a bright restaurant with a veranda

Golf

The Bellarine Peninsula hosts some of Australia's best golf courses, set amongst the regions coastal beauty.

Of the 10+ courses within pitching distance, 6 rank in Australia's top 100;

  1. Barwon Heads (8th),
  2. 13th Beach - Beach (9th),
  3. 13th Beach - Creek (26th),
  4. Curlewis (74th),
  5. Portarlington (78th) and
  6. The Sands Torquay (80th).