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Playgrounds abound

If you’re looking for free, family-friendly fun during your stay on the Bellarine, a visit to a local playground is the perfect option. The recently...

Kidding around

From fossicking in rockpools, making sandcastles or just swinging about at a playground, the kids will love it here. Rockpool rambling at low tide is...

Life’s a beach

In peak season, you’ll find the Bellarine Peninsula’s beaches packed with families and teenagers on their summer break. Three beaches are patrolled by surf lifesaving...

Hit the shops

Looking for some retail therapy? There are heaps of options on the Bellarine Peninsula. St Leonards Mill Markets are held each Saturday in January and on...

Town by town

Each town on the Bellarine has its own unique character. With a permanent population of around 55,000, that number swells to three times that amount...

Watch the world go by

Ocean Grove is the epicentre of the Bellarine Peninsula. With a thriving cafe and beach scene, the largest town on the peninsula is crazy busy...

Double the tranquility

Drysdale and Clifton Springs offer the best of both worlds. Drysdale is a rural town that offers fresh local produce, such as cheese, olives and...

It’s all on in bustle town

Barwon Heads is no longer the sleepy little coastal village it used to be. It’s a bustling town 365 days of the year, although there’s...

A splendid history

Queenscliff is positively dripping with historical charm. Its Victorian-era heritage and location, almost completely surrounded by water, has been a drawcard for visitors for more...

Port is really buzzing

As you enter Portarlington by road, you could be forgiven for thinking you are a long way from the ocean. At first the rolling farmlands...

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Coastal living is a breeze

Having already lived on the Bellarine Peninsula for a few years, the move from Portarlington to The Breeze in Point Lonsdale felt totally natural...

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