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49-55 Hesse Street
Queenscliff, VIC 3225
PO Box 135
Queenscliff, VIC 3225
6 days a week 11.00am to 3.00pm
(closed Thursdays in Winter)
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday
Phone: (03) 5258 2511
Free Entry
Small donation welcomed
Annual and Life Memberships are also available

Where to find us

The Queenscliffe Historical Museum is located within the Queenscliffe Community Hub at 49 – 55 Hesse Street, Queenscliff.

The Hub also contains the Library, the Visitors’ Centre, and public toilets.

Queenscliff is located on the Bellarine Peninsula in Victoria, approximately 105 kilometres south-west of Melbourne CBD. The estimated travelling time by car is 1 hour 40 minutes.

Queenscliff is near the town of Point Lonsdale. Both towns come under the Borough of Queenscliffe (note: the Borough spelling of Queenscliffe has an ‘e’ on the end, and the town name is Queenscliff, without the ‘e’.

Plan your visit

The Historical Museum can be reached by car. There is free, time-restricted parking in the town outside and near the Museum.

Disabled access to the Museum is via the flat front entrance court at 49-55 Hesse Street.

Buses run to and from Geelong Railway Station, via Ocean Grove, to the Museum at Queenscliff (Bus 56)

For Geelong or Melbourne train timetables, fares, maps and travel information, visit the V/Line website or phone V/Line on 1800 800 007.

The Sorrento ferry goes to and from Queenscliff. It is an approximate 1.1 kilometre walk to the Museum or take the No. 56 bus stop at the Harbour car park to the stop outside the Queenscliffe Community Hub.