Fort Queenscliff Museum Fort Queenscliff Museum was originally a garrison fort, built in 1880, and now transformed into a military-themed museum with a large collection of military-related historical artifacts and materials.
We arrived at 6 o'clock in the evening, and we just looked around and around. There is a time limit for visiting inside. Tickets must be purchased and the tour will be led by a full-time staff.
There are lighthouses and along the coast around the museum, as well as several long plank roads extending out of the sea. Standing on the shore and looking at the Mornington Peninsula on the other side, you can still take a few beautiful photos!
We visited the Great Ocean Road by car this time. After going to Geelong, we came to Queenscliff. Mainly walked to the Queenscliff Fort Museum and its surroundings in the southeast direction.
To Queenscliff, if you don’t drive, you can take the Regional Train bound for Waurn Ponds at Southern Cross Station, and arrive in Geelong in about an hour, then transfer to local bus No. 56, and ride for more than an hour. Can be reached.