Travelling daily between Melbourne and Portarlington on the Bellarine.
Summer has been an absolute ball so far with more and more passengers coming on board to explore the journey across the waters. The service has provided a fabulous outing for day trippers and regular commuters.
They’ve seen heaps of new faces on board with a bunch of locals and many international tourists making a point to enjoy the service. The word is getting out that this is one of the must do things when visiting the Bellarine or Melbourne.
Their packages and experiences have been incredibly popular with opportunities for people to book a complete package to enjoy one of the many great venues on the Bellarine. Melbourne visitors and residents have been cruising across to have lunch at wineries like Terindah Estate, Basils Farm and other delicious places like the incredible Q Train and The Whiskery.
Head in the other direction, and cruise to Melbourne for a big city adventure. With heaps of family fun activities available, plus Melbourne is heaving with festivals and great events. Check out their What’s On page for inspiration. For the foodies, this is the way to travel. Get off at Docklands, hop on a tram and head straight for the city centre for all the top eateries... and bars too. As you step off the ferry you can get straight onto the free CBD tram network. No Myki card needed.
Port Phillip Ferries are looking forward to commencing services to Geelong later in 2019. This will involve two return services, directly between Geelong and Docklands, 365 days of the year. Stay tuned for when this commences.
Cruising 365 days of the year, Port Phillip Ferries offers the most relaxing and unique journey. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the bay, while you simply sit back and enjoy your voyage. Don’t forget the licensed on-board café for snacks, coffee and local wines. Bring your bike along if you please and use one of the free bike racks (make sure you book them on line as they sell out fast).
So for your next dose of Vitamin Sea, there’s only one way….Port Phillip Ferries. Make sure you take heaps of selfies along the way and get ready to #setthecruisecontrol…