Queenscliff Tourist Park is centrally located within the township of Queenscliff and only a short walking distance to the bustling Hesse Street shopping precinct, cafes, restaurants, galleries and visitor attractions.
The new deluxe cabins afford magnificent ocean views, grab the fish and chips and a bottle of the best local Bellarine wines and you will not have to leave your cabin to watch the passing parade of shipping and pilot boats.
The park boasts a range of accommodation including new deluxe self contained two- bedroom cabins with views of the Mornington Peninsula and The Rip, budget cabins, powered camp sites and a state of the art 'camp kitchen'.
Pitch your tent amongst the beautiful native 'Moonah Trees' on generous grassy powered sites. If you are really lucky you might even see a passing dolphin or whale. Watch the sunrise or sunset along Queenscliff's pristine and safe swimming beaches which are right at your doorstep.
Just one and a half hours from Melbourne, Queenscliff offers magnificent views, long beach walks, excellent fishing and great places to eat and shop.
It's a place where you can truly indulge yourself in all this beautiful heritage town has to offer.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
Suitable for two adults and up to two children, the Deluxe Cabins include two bedrooms (one queen size bed and two single beds).
Suitable for two adults and up to three children, the Budget Cabins include one double bed in bedroom and a triple bunk in a separate room.
Whether you are staying overnight or here for the long haul, Queenscliff Tourist Parks can accommodate groups of all sizes all year round. With powered sites available across all their parks, there are a range of options to suit your needs (subject to availability and season). Pets welcome at camp sites (must be under effective control) during off-peak and shoulder seasons only.
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