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Cafe's & Bars

Onboard Cafe

The onboard Cafe is open every ferry sailing. Enjoy a great coffee made by our onboard barista or a yummy snack, as you sail the bay.  There is a great range of regional wine, cider or beer available from 12 noon daily.  

Portsea Lounge

The beautiful Portsea Lounge offers a special sailing experience with its cosy feel and great views from the front of the ship.  Located on the MV Sorrento, it is open to the public most days.  This lounge also hosts a range of onboard events including Brunches, High Teas, Captains Lunch and private functions.

Yardarm Bar

Check out our top deck bar, The Yardarm. Serving St Andrews Beach Brewery craft beer, Scotchmans Hill wines & the odd cocktail or two! Have a brew with a view.

Melbourne painter, illustrator, pianist and all round nice guy, Mike Makatron, created a backdrop for the bar that rivals the view. A colourful and whimsical take on the "Kraken” and underwater scene it makes for a good vibe, along with the bar, wine barrels and plenty of seating.

Located on the top deck of the MV Queenscliff (departs Queenscliff odd hours, Sorrento even hours). Opening hours are subject to weather.

Lonsdale Lounge

The stylish Lonsdale Lounge is located on the MV Queenscliff and is a light and airy space with plenty of seating.  Open to the public most days the Lonsdale Lounge also hosts a range of onboard events including Brunches,  High Teas, Captains Lunch and private functions.   

RORO Café on the Beach

RORO Café on the Beach is located at the Queenscliff ferry terminal with stunning views across the Bay. Serving serious coffee and a fresh menu of local and regional produce, there's a lot to like.  Great food, great coffee, great service.  But it is the views that catch you out. Big windows look out across the bay to the heads, a perfect spot to sit and watch the passing ships.  There is a gorgeous outdoor seating area where dogs are very welcome. Tucked away inside the ferry terminal it's easy to miss.