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Learn more about how to get here, where to stay and more.

How to get to the Bellarine Peninsula

By Road

The Bellarine Peninsula is just 30 minutes from Geelong or 90 minutes from Melbourne via the Westgate and Princes Freeways.

By Sea

For those visiting from Melbourne CBD, Port Phillip Ferries sail to Portarlington with courtesy bus tours to Portarlington Golf Club.

For those looking to bing their car, Searoad Ferries offer daily shuttles from Mornington Peninula’s Sorrento Terminal to Queenscliff Ferry Terminal.

For those planning a visit from Tasmania, Spirit of Tasmania sails daily to Geelong, just 30 minutes from the Bellarine Peninsula.

By Air

Touch down at Avalon Airport, just 50 minutes from the Bellarine Peninsula. Fly in, rent a car and you’re on the way to a memorable golfing adventure.

Where to Stay

On-course Accommodation

Unwind from a day on the greens at Curlewis Golf Club’s eco-suites, aptly named Accommodation @ Curlewis

Perfect for a Stay & Play package or simply just to enjoy the beautiful Bellarine, 13th Beach offers luxurious and spacious Studio Lodges and 2 Bedroom Suites overlooking the first hole of the Beach Course.

Described as the ‘one of the great golf destinations’, Barwon Heads Golf Club also offers accommodation within its historical clubhouse. Choose from golf and stay packages or bed and breakfast options.

Things To Do

(When You’re Not Golfing)

Bellarine Taste Trail

Sip and savour your way throughout Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula on the Bellarine Taste Trail

From award-winning wineries like Jack Rabbit Vineyard, Basils Farm and Oakdene Estate to local breweries and distilleries like Little Creatures and The Whiskery.

Surfing and Water Sports

Being just a stone’s throw away from the world-famous surf breaks of the Great Ocean Road, the Bellarine Peninsula is a haven for surfers and water sports lovers of all abilities. With steady, strong waves at Point Lonsdale, Ocean Grove and Barwon Heads’ 13th Beach, there’s plenty to choose from for those looking to catch a wave.

If fishing is your pastime, try your luck at Portarligton, Clifton Springs, St Leonards or Queenscliff with plenty of hot spots at your disposal.

Local Attractions

The Bellarine is home to a number of scenic cycling tracks including the 35km Bellarine Rail Trail and the 17km Bellarine Coastal Trail.


For sports fans, time your visit to catch a game of AFL or Big Bash cricket at GMHBA Stadium in Geelong.