Welcome to Williamstown
Small but gracious Williamstown is nestled within the heart of the Purple Valley, so named because the surrounding mountains often seem shrouded in a lavender veil at dusk. Folks congregate in the friendly town center, which is only two blocks long, while dogs and kids frolic in the ample green spaces.Williamstown is a quintessential New England college town, its charming streets and greens dotted with the stately... Read More
Top experiences in Williamstown
Melbourne City and Williamstown Ferry Cruise
City to Williamstown Cruise past Melbourne's shipping channels on your journey to the old maritime seaport of Williamstown. Explore this early colonial settlement, boasting a charming array of restaurants, cafes and galleries amongst picturesque gardens. Take in the stunning waterfront bay views overlooking the coastal waters. Duration: 50 mins to 1 hour.Williamstown to City Ferry Depart from this inner city treasure and historic coastal village. Journey across the bay into the Yarra River, past the port and docklands. A wonderful opportunity to see the magnificent vistas of the Melbourne skyline before entering into the hustle and bustle of city life.Duration: 50 mins to 1 hourWilliamstown and CityFor a great day out, take a return trip to or from Williamstown or the city. A wonderful range of activities, restaurants and attractions to explore for everyone. Duration: 1 ¾ - 2 hoursYou can choose to go one-way or return! Just select which option suits you at the time of booking.Onboard Facilities:Tea and CoffeeInformative commentaryLarge panoramic windowsAlfresco sun decksComfortable onboard amenities (restrooms)
Melbourne Blues Brothers Evening Cruise
After another release from prison, Jake reunites with his brother, Elwood and their band, with one "Mission from God": to take you on a 4-hour boat cruise around the stunning views of Port Philip Bay to reminisce about the legendary The Blues Brothers' movie, directed by John Landis in 1980.Boat chases (instead of cars) involving the Historic Lady Cutler Melbourne Showboat and music performances by the loved performers with appearances of the Blues Brothers cover band. They will be covering the memorable performances of the musical featuring songs from the 60's, 70's and 80's including songs of Aretha Franklin, James Brown, Cab Calloway, Ray Charles and John Lee Hooker.Cruise inclusions: A 4-hour cruise (includes boarding and disembarking time) from Docklands to Port Melbourne, Williamstown and St.Kilda Beach Classic Blues Brothers performance on upper deck and DJ on main deck to dance the night away Hot food and drinks are available on board! Bar closes 30 minutes before end of cruise Time: The Melbourne Showboat will board at 7pm and depart at 7:30pm sharp, returning at 11pm.