Your Chance To Support The Portarlington Ferry daily regular trial
This is our chance to show the Ferry operators and Government how much people of the Bellarine & Geelong want this service so please support it if you can by joining us on board.
Port Phillip Ferries are very pleased to provide with the news that after 3 very successful passenger trials, Port Phillip Ferries is proceeding to commence regular trial passenger service from this Thursday 11 August 2016.
This service needs your support to help it move from a trial to a permanent and we encourage you to spread the word to make sure the vessel is well used on each passage commencing with the morning commuter service. CLICK IMAGE BELOW FOR LARGER PDF PAGE.
Please get on board!
The maiden voyage video below shows how pleasant and relaxing the journey to Melbourne from the Bellarine can be. Certainly worth considering for your daily commute.
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