Victoria's premier coastal fortress

The ultimate objective of the Fort Queenscliff Museum is a fully restored Fort and the development of a museum which will allow visitors to tour the Fort and inspect a multitude of indoor and outdoor displays.

Today visitors are encouraged to look upon Fort Queenscliff as a part of the national heritage which belongs to all Australians. Accordingly, the Fort Queenscliff Museum has sought to create an environment that evokes public interest and reminds visitors of our early military history. 

Join the Curator for a special tour! 

The Curators tour features exhibits not on public display.

The tour take 2 hours approx

Tour Dates: 14th and 22nd July

                        11th and 26th August

Tour starts at the front gate at 10.30am

$30.00 per person, includes Devonshire Tea with the Curator

Limited Spaces available - BOOK NOW!

(03) 5258 1488 or



Fort Queenscliff Museum Tours Sat & Sun at 1pm & 3pm

(11am & 1pm July/August)

Queenscliff Historical Tours 11am Mon - Fri excluding School Holidays

January School holidays Daily at 11am, 1pm & 3pm.

July School holidays Daily at 11am & 1pm

Closed on some public holidays.

Photographic I.D. is required at the gate.

Gates open 10 minutes before the tour starts.

Group tours available anytime upon request

Morning & afternoon tea facilities available for groups.

 Public tours may be cancelled due to extreme weather conditions.

Currently Tours and Shop sales are Cash Only

EFTPOS available from September 23

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The Museum is located at King Street, Queenscliff, 3225

Telephone: (03) 5258 1488

Fax: (03) 5258 1788

 Australian Army History Unit is a direct command unit of Army Headquarters (AHQ), under the control, for administration purposes, of the Chief of Staff AHQ.

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