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Fort Queenscliff Museum, Queenscliff
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A sprawling facility that originally served as part of Port Phillip’s defences, Fort Queenscliff Museum now documents a large part of the recent military history of the area. The aim of the museum is to fully restore the fort in order for visitors to gain an accurate sense of what it would have been like to be stationed at Queenscliff during the colonial era. Make Fort Queenscliff Museum a centerpiece of your Queenscliff vacation itinerary, and find what else is worth visiting using our Queenscliff trip itinerary maker.
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A great heritage experience, the Fort dates back to 1860 when it started off as an open battery on the bluff. Apparently the first artillery shots of World War I were fired from the fort, on a German ... read more »
We stumbled on the fort looking for the ferry and so glad we took the tour. Amazing. Answered so many questions and was such an interesting place. Still in operation and not just a tourist trap. Marga... read more »
Amazing information from the tour guides , great landscape, and quite a lot to see and learn. Well worth a tour for all ages.
Great day here. So much history. We arrived on a very hot day and the volunteers were still very happy to see us. Because it was just the two of us (because of the weather) they customised it for us. Will be back one day
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