Start in pretty Queenscliff where the Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre runs come-try-fishing expeditions and other ocean education.
Head to Piknik, an old roadhouse that showcases local and seasonal produce. It's just five kilometres to Merne at Lighthouse, for contemporary dining with outstanding views, then a few minutes further to Tuckerberry Hill, where you can pick strawberries and blueberries in season.
Go on towards Portarlington and Advance Mussel Supply where you can enjoy local mussels on site or take seafood home.
Terindah Estate and Jack Rabbit are so close that you might as well drop into both, then it must be time for Drysdale Cheeses, where you can meet the goats on the first Sunday of each month (October-June).
Scotchmans Hill is a Bellarine veteran and has a beautiful cellar door among the vines.
It's 15 kilometres to the final pitstop, the energetic indoor-outdoor Flying Brick Cider House, which incorporates boutique winery Yes Said the Seal. 52km