Meet, Eat, Play: New Ways To Do Business In Queenscliff
The coastal town of Queenscliff continues to feel the love from visitors on holiday, but it’s increasingly becoming a popular destination to host corporate events, conferences and workplace retreats. And, with three new businesses making an entrance to the region, Queenscliff has marked its place as a professional and enjoyable business event destination.
Meet: Business Hub at Queenscliff Marina
This newly-minted co-working spaces doesn’t just offer desks for hire, a professional 20-seater boardroom and a 40-person seminar room with state of the art technology to host workshops and seminars – it also has some of the best water views on the Bellarine.
Located on the Queenscliff Marina, the Business Hub is a premiere venue for conferences, workshops and a perfect location for city-bound teams to take a break from the office and regroup and refresh in serene surroundings. High-speed internet, printing, ergonomic stand-up desk and brand new visual technology for presentations are part and parcel of the services offered.
For more information visit www.bhqm.com.au
Eat: 360Q Restaurant
Just a short stroll from the Business Hub is 360Q, a two-storey waterfront restaurant open seven days a week for breakfast meetings, coffee chats with clients, long lunches and team dinners. The private upstairs function space offers sweeping views over the Harbour, Port Phillip Bay and the neighbouring Searoad Ferries dock as well as the Queenscliff township. It can accommodate 120 for more formal, sit-down dining events and up to 240 for cocktail style networking functions. All menus are catered to each group’s needs. There is also a private seminar space which can cater for up to 80.
Play: The QTrain experience
For a fun and different experience on your visit to Queenscliff, get your team aboard the QTrain. This collection of restored 1950s railway carriages is literally a moveable feast with passengers served a three-course degustation menu as the train travels from Drysdale Railway Station to Queenscliff, with a stop at Suma Park Historic Homestead, and returns four hours later.
Featuring three dining carriages, and two bars along with a dedicated kitchen carriage, the QTrain exclusively serves local, independent wines, beers and ciders from the Bellarine and across Geelong and the Otways, so this is a great chance to spoil your team and sample the best the region has to offer. Guests can meander through the trains carriages to admire the restoration, gather for a tipple in the Club Loco Bar Ca or stay seated and take in gorgeous water views of Swan Bay.
For more information visit www.theqtrain.com.au
There it is: meet, eat, and play in Queenscliff – with three new businesses who can’t wait to be part of your next business event on The Bellarine.