Allow Queenscliff’s pioneers to guide you through the historical sections of the Queenscliff Cemetery. Visit the graves of many of Geelong’s influential pioneers where storytelling and interaction with costumed interpreters will transport you back in time!
Let host James Baillieu introduce you to Dr John Birrell, Mrs Anna Maria Dod, Dr David Williams, Miss Mary Elizabeth Jones and suffragette Henrietta Dugdale.
Saturday 14 October 2023 at 11am
Meeting at the main entrance of Queenscliff Cemetery
189 Point Lonsdale Road, Point Lonsdale VIC 3225
Bookings required and limited places available.
Terms & Conditions: Please make sure you arrive at least ﬁfteen minutes prior to allow time for parking, entry and collection of your tour ticket, with the Tour to commence at the main entrance 189 Point Lonsdale Road, Point Lonsdale. The Tour is suitable for a range of ages, however patrons under 18 must be accompanied by an adult and parent discretion is advised. Please note that a fair amount of walking is required and the Tour is within the old sections of the cemetery, on a range of diﬀerent surfaces including grass and gravel which may be uneven and have restricted wheelchair access in some pathways. To ensure the Tour is completed on time, and all patrons experience the interactive element to the Tour, patrons are requested to stay close to the tour guide. Please note that tickets are not refundable except in the event that Geelong Cemeteries Trust cancels a Tour – at which time all patrons will be notiﬁed in advance and fees will be refunded. As this Tour is performed outside, it is recommended to dress for the forecasted weather and if needed, bring your own umbrella. Your booking can only be conﬁrmed once payment is made. All personal information provided will not be used for any purpose other than to book the Tour. The Tour is strictly alcohol and drug free. The Trust reserves the right to refuse entry to those under the inﬂuence and those behaving in a manner that may disrupt the Tour. The tour guides and actors receive a fee for their service, and any funds remaining from this program will be used for future memorial restoration projects as determined by Geelong Cemeteries Trust.