So much to Explore in Williamstown

Historical Sites, Museums, Libraries and So Much More

 
Walking Tours

Williamstown Heritage Walks – Seaside

Williamstown Seaside

 

A beautiful walk around Seaside Williamstown beginning at the Historical Society Museum, Electra Street, Williamstown, proceed along Melbourne Road to Pasco Street and turn left.

3.1 St Ayles, 72 Pasco Street
3.2 Williamstown Grammer School and High School
3.3 Williamstown Hospital
3.4 Worker’s cottages, Osbourne Street
3.5 Botanical Gardens Gates
3.6 Williamstown Botanical Gardens
3.7 Clark Statue
3.8 Williamstown Bathers’ Pavilion
3.9 Pilots House, The Esplanade
3.10 Ellerslie, corner of Cole and Esplanade
3.11 73-75 Cole Street
3.12 54 Osborne Street
3.13 Former Bridge Hotel, corner of Thompson and Osborne Streets
3.14 Williamstown Railway
3.15 Rear St Andrew’s Church and site of Former Manse
3.16 Cole Street Cottages (see especially 52 Cole Street)
3.17 Former Market Reserve
3.18 Morning Star Hotel, 3 Electra Street

For more information and Brochure visit: 
Hobsons Bay Visitor Information Centre,
Commonwealth Reserve, Williamstown
Phone: 03 9932 4310
Email: visitorinformation@hobsonsbay.vic.gov.au
Website: 
www.visithobsonsbay.com.au

Opening hours 9am-5pm excluding Good Friday and Christmas Day

Williamstown Ferry (Williamstown – Southbank) 

www.williamstownferries.com.au

Williamstown Ferry (Williamstown – St Kilda)

www.cruzycruises.com.au

14 Con (this includes senior card or students) return $22

$8 Child – $14 return
$42 family (2a 2c) – $66 return
$16.50 Adults – $22 return

Ferry leaves from Gem Pier on Nelson Place, Williamstown.

11 am – 12.00pm
1.00pm – 2.00pm
3.00pm – 4.00 pm

The boat can handle 48 passengers. Any questions contact Rob on 0412 320 315

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