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Reviewed 2 days ago

We had a day to spare and decided to go to Williamstown. An easy drive from East Melbourne to a pretty area across the bay. There are heaps of shops, cafes and restaurants, and lots of interesting historical spots. After coffee, we had a look...More

Thank RussCanberra
Reviewed 6 days ago

We dropped into Williamstown on a Sunday, to walk around the Craft Market, browse the local shops and have a beer, and also to enjoy views from Gem Pier and finally to have dinner at Williamstown Beach. Williamstown is one of our favourite Melbourne suburbs...More

Thank tommomelbourne
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a historical part of Melbourne's Port Phillip Bay. Metropolitan bars and cafes, beautiful parks and the jetty. Lots to see and do. A market on some week ends. There are bike paths and points of interest in the area. A short drive to...More

Thank Andrew L
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We got the cruise to Williamtown, there are lots of cool shops which mainly sold hippie/spiritual/new age/tarot/fairy/angel kind of things, they also did reading etc, there was soo many to look at, we could have spent longer in Williamtown, there are some lovely walks by...More

Thank Divinginnz
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Williamstown has a maritime history, and you can see this from what remains of the piers reaching out into the bay. Here you will find public foreshore parkland and natural landscape, all close to the metropolis of Melbourne proper. I loved my visit to Williamstown...More

Thank Star707
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Love walking around here it is so peaceful being near the ocean and especially at night it is great with lots of places to stop and eat

Thank vampslayer01
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

For a long time Williamstown, one of Melbourne's oldest suburbs, was rather cut off from the rest of Melbourne, which meant that much of the older housing has survived. Now it's fairly easily accessed either by driving across the Westgate bridge, or by ferry. For...More

Thank wendycO9624WI
Reviewed 19 May 2017

We took a mid morning Ferry over to Williamstown the other day. Lovely little waterfront town with a bunch of shops and Restaurants and a Beautiful view of Downtown Melbourne across the Phillips Bay. We stopped at the Information Center and sweat lady told us...More

Thank Davis S
Reviewed 16 May 2017

I didn't see anything remotely interesting here other than cute cottages and magnificent houses. Come here for a view of Melbourne from the port.

Thank JamieTanBK
Reviewed 15 May 2017

A lovely waterfront suburb of Melbourne that is very popular with the tourists. Well worth checking out. You can drive there or take public transport however the ferry from downtown Melbourne is possibly the nicest way to arrive

Thank Sharon D
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