Explore the tastes of the region.

The Bellarine is blessed with fabulous food and wine options so it makes perfect sense for hungry cyclists to taste some of the local fare on offer.

Whatever direction you ride you won’t be short of finding places to refuel with great cafes (with excellent coffee!), restaurants and wineries. From mussels in Portarlington, whiskey in Drysdale or fish ‘n chips in Barwon Heads you won’t go hungry or thirsty on the Bellarine!

Guests staying on any of our overnight packages receive a two course lunch or dinner at the fabulous 360Q restaurant on the waterfront in Queenscliff with a bottle of local Baie wine.

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Coffee and Cafes

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If quality coffee is high on your list of priorities then don’t fear! The Bellarine is home to some great cafes who know how to make great coffee. PikNik in Swan Bay and Kyosk in Ocean Grove are a couple of top picks!

Wineries

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The Bellarine region has many local wineries, breweries and even a whiskery! Many are close to our suggested ride routes with dining options at most. Some of our favourites are Banks Road Winery and the Queenscliff Brewhouse.

Restaurants

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From fine dining to lazy long lunches on the waterfront, you are spoilt for choice on the Bellarine! Those staying on our overnight tours will enjoy a two course lunch or dinner at the popular 360Q restaurant in Queenscliff.

Breakfast

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There’s no better way to start the day off before a days riding with a hearty breakfast. Breakfast cafes can be found everywhere on the Bellarine and guests on our overnight packages will also enjoy an a la carte breakfast at Athelstane House.