Thetraveljunkie.org – This time, we’d share what we got up to on a day in Queenscliff, Australia. The weather has just been lovely for outdoor activity. We took our electric scooter across to Queenscliff on the ferry and rode from Searoad Ferries Terminal to Point Lonsdale Lighthouse, in highlights such as Swan Bay; the distinctive Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre, with its unique grass covered roof; the shoreline of Port Phillip Bay, and with views across the Heads to Point Nepean. This route switches from a bike trail to beach promenade as it zooms between these two adorable towns – one of the best electric scootering routes in Victoria. Stopped in Point Lonsdale for a cup of coffee, fish and chips lunch and enjoyed the pretty views on the smooth of asphalt track. This is an easy and flat ride that we can tack on to many of the other rides if we’re feeling a bit more adventurous. It was all fantastic.
Fun Fact: Queenscliff with an ‘e’ is the entire Borough including Point Lonsdale, and Queenscliff without the ‘e’ is the local Township.
Here are our e-scooter route:
01). Searoad Ferries Terminal,
02). Queenscliff Pier & Historic Fish Shed,
03). Queenscliff to Point Lonsdale Artist Walk & Memory Markers,
04). Black Lighthouse,
05). Fort Queenscliff Museum,
06). Queenscliff Lighthouse,
07). Memorial Cairns,
08). Queenscliff Heritage Walk,
09). Bellarine Historic Railway,
10). Queenscliff Lonsdale Yacht Club,
11). Marine and Freshwater Discovery Centre,
12). Point Lonsdale Front Beach,
13). Point Lonsdale Lighthouse,
14). Return to Bellarine Historic Railway,
15). Queenscliff Maritime Museum,
16). Lookout Tower and,
17). Searoad Ferries Terminal.
What a wonderful Victoria, Australia.
Happy electric scootering!
Happy Sustainable Travels!