Events and Festivals will color your whole vacation ensuring you are fully entertained, and Queenscliff Music Festival is the biggest of them all. This festival is usually held live in Queenscliff every last weekend of November. This festival started in the year 1997 and is sill running to date. Australia boasts of dozens of festivals each year, and this has kept tourists visiting in large numbers just to experience this magic repeatedly.
This year' Queenscliff Music Festivals are starting on Friday 27 November through to Sunday 29 November. The concert will feature guest artist and local artists and top on the list are; Missy Higgins, You Am I, Diesel, TZU and the King Cannons.
These festivals normally light up the highways with live performances from these renowned musicians. The Queenscliff Music Festival sells its tickets to the public months before the concert, and it's quite simple as you can purchase these tickets online on their official site as well as about a thousand other sites.
The Queenscliff Music Festival tops the list of all festivals hosted in Queenscliff, and this year's performance will see 150 performances and 60 acts on 5 different stages on the Queenscliff Music Festival "Family Express" train which dons the streets during the entire festival. The Queenscliff Ferry offers rides to people and their cars across to the festival from other areas such as the Mornington Peninsula. This festival allows locals and tourists to listen to their favorite Australian musicians as well as other indie music groups and review their albums as well. The Queenscliff Music Festival aims at reconciling contemporary and modern fusion of Victoria's historical details in a simple entertainment package. You can buy tickets for the entire weekend or just a single day. You are also given a chance to go camping at a fee of only $30.
The Port Philip Bay provides you rare fun events on the MV Sorrento and Searoad Ferries which offer magical experiences for visitors on board. For students on school holiday get face paintings and many more other activities that include learning fun facts about the Bay animals. There are other numerous craft activities like sculpting of balloons and a close interaction with marine wildlife.
Toast to the Coast event brings together people from other states that surround Queenscliff such as Geelong and Melbourne for activities that look to promote food and wine of these lands. Here are more than 30 wineries in Australia display their best products and toast to their success with good food, music, fun and the wine of course.
The Queenscliff Blues Train offers tourists visiting from August through to May an opportunity to ride this steam train and enjoy the music, food and fun that comes with it. You get a chance to ride with your favorite music bands all the way and experience the quiet and dark evenings of Queenscliff. Point Lonsdale Market that is hosted throughout the year by Lonsdale Primary School in Bowen Road every second Sunday of the month, is also an interesting event you should not miss.