Geelong and the Bellarine
The Queenscliffe Historical Museum is situated in Hesse Street between the post office and library, in the township of Queenscliff. Opened in 1974, specifically to house socially historical materials peculiar to the Borough of Queenscliffe (which includes Queenscliff, Point Lonsdale and Swan Island) the museum is home to many thousands of items including photographs, documents, paintings, newspapers and toys, just to mention a few. There is also a display of shipwreck relics recognised by Heritage Victoria. From 1838 the maritime history began with services offered by pilots such as George Tobin, and lighthouse keepers and signal masters such as Captain
Tourism Greater Geelong & The Bellarine's trained guides will take you on a tailored walking tour around the vibrant Geelong CBD. You will venture through the arts precinct, see significant buildings including the National Wool Museum, Deakin University, the new state of the art Library and Geelong Gallery through to the spectacular Waterfront. Afterwards you will enjoy a complimentary ride on thehHistoric Geelong Carousel followed by morning or afternoon tea at The Novotel.