From Melbourne: Bay Sightseeing and Ferry Ride with Lunch

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Spend an action-packed day exploring the bay in the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas. Take in cultural and natural wonders, visit a craft brewery, and admire panoramic clifftop coastal views.


  • Explore popular sights on the Bellarine and Mornington Peninsulas
  • Get up close with local emus and wallabies at the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre
  • Sail across the bay on a ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento
  • Enjoy freshly brewed craft beer at St. Andrews Beach Brewery
  • Admire the panoramic clifftop coastal views from Arthurs Seat Lookout


Start the day off with a walk along the spectacular Geelong Waterfront on Bellarine Peninsula. Take the opportunity to breathe in the fresh sea air and scenic views with the locals. After that, you’ll head to the Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre to discover Victoria’s largest collection of Aboriginal art and artifacts and greet the local emus and wallabies in a native garden. The next stop along the Bellarine Peninsula will be a stroll around the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse for a fantastic photo opportunity before boarding the ferry from Queenscliff to Sorrento. Savor the moment of sailing on the bay while enjoying a regional produce picnic lunch onboard. Observe some of the most serene bay views that the coastline has to offer. Set upon the pristine Portsea Surf Beach, you’ll see the London Arch, a unique rock formation and impressive natural wonder. Venture on to St. Andrews Beach Brewery, set among the beauty of the Mornington Peninsula and formerly a world-class horse training facility. Join the locals for a beer paddle tasting, and watch the brewers crafting and pouring great brews right from their stable doors. Next stop at Arthurs Seat to admire the panoramic views from Murrays Lookout across the bay to the city. Finally, take a glimpse into local heritage-protected history and the world-renowned Mornington Peninsula beach boxes. Situated along the coast, these iconic bathing boxes are the area’s symbol of summer and a popular tourist attraction. Enjoy the return trip back to Melbourne after a full day of sightseeing and exploring some of the greatest destinations around the bay.


National park fees Regional produce picnic lunch Ferry crossing Beer paddle tasting Friendly and informative guide Round-trip transport from and to meeting location

Important Information

  • At least 2 people are required for this tour to take place Child fares apply to travelers 0-15 years old and must be accompanied by an adult

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