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Bellarine Taste Trail

Treat your tastebuds to the best of the Bellarine Peninsula on the Bellarine Taste Trail. Visit wineries, farmgates, provedores, restaurants and more to savour the flavours of the region. Take a tour or make a weekend of it and map your own itinerary on a self-drive epicurean adventure.

Farmgates and provedores

Stock up on picnic and pantry goods along the trail – fresh seafood, gourmet cheese, farm-fresh vegetables and succulent seasonal berries. Make sure you pack an Esky and a picnic basket to bring home the bounty.

Buy the region's famous mussels and oysters fresh from Advance Mussel Supply and White Fisheries. Sample gourmet, handcrafted goats cheese at Drysdale Cheeses. Go DIY and pick your own at Tuckerberry Hill Berry Farm, or get fresh salad goods to go at Lonsdale Tomato Farm or the Farmer's Harvest. Add olives to your basket from your pick of groves: Lighthouse and Manzanillo. Buy the best of fresh, local and regional produce from the Bellarine Community Farmers’ Market. Or there is the made by hand spices, dressings, condiments, granola and much more at Wildings Pantry Essentials.

Restaurants and cafes

Leave the foraging and preparation to the experts and sample the best of the region's produce at the Peninsula's celebrated restaurants and cafes.

Get a taste for old-world goodness and regional flavours with the tasting menu with local matching wines at Queenscliff's iconic Vue Grand Hotel.

A visit to the Elk Horn Roadhouse or Piknik will challenge your roadhouse preconceptions: no bains-marie here, instead, freshly made gourmet cafe fare and coffee well worth stopping for.


Sample an exciting range of cool-climate wines at the cellar doors of the peninsula's wineries. You'll find wineries large and small, pouring a tipple for all palates: pinot noir, pinot gris, pinot grigio, chardonnay, riesling, sauvignon blanc, zinfandel, gewürztraminer, shiraz, viognier, merlot, cabernet franc and cabernet sauvignon.

Enjoy the bay views and stay for lunch at award-winning winery restaurants like Bellarine Estate, Basil's Farm, Leura Park Estate, McGlashans Estate and Oakdene Vineyard. Take a cruise down MacAdams Lane with its views of the You Yangs and pull up at Jack Rabbit Vineyard or Terindah Estate or savour the aromatic local wines at Barwon Heads Winestore and Noble Rot Wine Bar in Point Lonsdale.

Places to stay

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Yes Said The Seal

Yes Said The Seal is a premium new winery on The Bellarine. Located on site at the spectacular Flying Brick Cider House, Yes said the Seal comprises...

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For the Love of Grape

For the Love of Grape Wine Tours offer a relaxing and memorable experience to the variety of wineries in the Bellarine, Geelong, Mornington...


Harry's Kiosk

Harry's Kiosk is an iconic cafe located on the Queenscliff front beach foreshore. Harry's has a contemporary menu mixed with Asian flavours. Harry's...


La salle a Manger

For those with an appreciation and expectation of good international cuisine, affordable fine wines and welcoming service, La salle a’ Manger is the...

Local produce

White Fisheries

White Fisheries recently opened a new purpose built seafood factory in the centre of the Bellarine at Drysdale, a 15 minute drive from Geelong. The...


Basils Farm (Formerly Kiltynane Wines)

Learn about Kiltynane's passion for biodynamic and sustainable farming practices while sampling quality, handcrafted wines at the cellar door.


Scotchmans Hill

Established in 1982, Scotchmans Hill is located in the heart of the Bellarine Peninsula. A producer of premium cool maritime climate wines,...


Barwon Heads Winestore

The Barwon Heads Wine Store is an independent wine merchant, offering a vast selection of product and bringing the finest wines, spirits and beer to...

Craft breweries

Flying Brick Cider House

Open seven days a week, the Flying Brick Cider House is a retro-inspired landmark venue. Think innovative space, a tasting paddle of ciders, amazing...


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Outdoor activities


Enjoy picturesque coastal views on a relaxed day of pier fishing or out on a game fishing tour of Port Phillip Bay and out into Bass Strait.

Geelong & the Bellarine


Get out and about and enjoy everything from world-class cycling races and rock festivals to fine wines, local delicacies and aerial acrobatics.

Things to do

Nature and wildlife

From wetlands to coastal woodlands, the Geelong and Bellarine region is the feeding ground for many native animals, marine life and migratory birds.

Things to do


Unwind at a beachfront bar or lively pub in downtown Geelong, hop aboard the Blues Train in Queenscliff or get your sporting fix.