Use this Bellarine Peninsula accommodation guide to plan your next stay in Ballarat
The Bellarine Peninsula was formerly a farming community.
You will still find many small farms dotted across the land.
Located in southern Victoria, the peninsula is bounded by the Bass Strait to the south, the Rip at Port Phillips Head to the east, Swan Bay and Port Phillip Bay to the north, and the Barwon River to the west.
You can find many historic buildings here, as well as such attractions as Fairy Park, Point Richards Railway, the Bellarine Peninsula Railway, Australian Skydive, and Stillwater Harbour Jet.
Golf courses, weekend craft markets, wine tastings, seal watching, and endless swimming make Bellarine a vacation hotspot.
Bellarine Peninsula Accommodation Option #1 : Ti-Tree Village
Ti-Tree Village is a collection of 23 cottages and a restaurant called the BarkHut BBQ and Bar. This Village is within walking distance of the Ocean Grove beach and many shops and restaurants. Each of these log cottages has a fully-equipped kitchen, open fireplace, TV, VCR, CD, and a Queen-sized bed in the Master Bedroom. However, the Garden Cottages include a second bedroom. The Deluxe Spa Cottages offer a 2-person spa bath and a large private veranda that overlooks landscaped gardens. The Family Spa cottages feature loft bedrooms and large balconies. There is truly something here to suit everyone. Also on the premesis you will find a game room with a pool table, a playground for children, laundry facilities, a video library, as well as their own Barbeque restaurant and bar. This is a must-see place! Click here to visit their website.
Bellarine Peninsula Accommodation Option #2 : Lonsdale Light Houses
If you want to be right on the beach, then the Lonsdale Light Houses are just the place for you. These ultra-modern luxury apartments have beautiful views over Swan Bay. Each has a fully equipped kitchen and laundry. Other amenities include TV, DVD, AC, gas log fireplaces, and queen sized beds. To find out more about what they have to offer, visit their website.
Bellarine Peninsula Accommodation Option #3 : Benambra Bed & Breakfast
Benambra Bed & Breakfast in Queenscliff was built as a guesthouse back in the 1870’s. It has since been renovated and now features seven beautifully decorated rooms, each with ensuites. There are two large living rooms to relax in, one with an open fire for chilly evenings and the other a beautiful sitting room for reading or chatting with friends. Benambra is within walking distance of the beach, ferry, cafes, pubs, shops, and steam train. They are quite famous for their food. Homemade cake with coffee or tea is served upon your arrival. Every morning you will be treated to a sumptuous cooked breakfast with fresh fruit. They even offer organized activitiesa sunset cruise, swimming with the dolphins, a massage, fishing trips, riding the steam train, just to name a few–so that you dont have to do all that planning yourself! You will definitely want to check out their website.
The Bellarine Peninsula has been a favorite holiday destination for more than 100 years.
We have no doubt that you will be able to see why, should you decide that this is the right vacation spot for you.
We hope youll make the most of your stay in this gorgeous area which offers the best of sand, sea and fun.
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