Queenscliff is approximately 1 hour and 20 minutes via car from Melbourne CBD. Road map from Melbourne to Queenscliff
There are no designated car parking areas, but Queenscliff is a small town and street parking is usually available (some subject to limitations) just a short walk to the festival site. During the weekend, electronic signs will be maintained and updated with parking availability.
Coming from Mornington/Gippsland way? Take a scenic 40 minute trip from Sorrento to Queenscliff on Searoad Ferries for a wonderful Festival journey. Packages available
Coming from Melbourne CBD? Travel with Port Phillip Ferries from Docklands to nearby Portarlington. Head here to find out how to get from Portarlington to Queenscliff.
From Geelong or the Bellarine Peninsula, jump on the local McHarry’s Buslines which runs extended services throughout the event including late night services.
A Festival shuttle bus will operate between Queenscliff, Point Lonsdale, Ocean Grove, Barwon Heads, Portarlington, Leopold, Drysdale and Geelong over the Festival weekend.
V/Line Trains have regular rail services from Melbourne to Geelong for connection with McHarry’s Buslines from Geelong to Queenscliff.
Avalon Airport is approximately 50 minutes from Queenscliff. The Avalon Airport Shuttle Service operates from the airport to Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula.
Tullamarine Airport in Melbourne is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes from Queenscliff via road. The Gull Airport Shuttle Service operates from Tullamarine Airport to Geelong Station where you can connect with the McHarry’s Buslines from Geelong to Queenscliff.
Also Avalon Airport Shuttle runs to/from Avalon Airport and can pickup/drop off in Queenscliff.
Sail your own yacht and dock at Queenscliff Crusing Yacht Club right on the Festival doorstep for a classic Queenscliff experience.
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