High Seas at Sailors’

Spring is just around the corner and we have the perfect way to make the most of a sunny Sunday afternoon…

Picture this… You and a bunch of your friends enjoying a Seafood High Tea, sipping on cocktails, overlooking the bay from the best seats along the waterfront…

Sounds pretty good doesn’t it?!

We have teamed up with 3 of the finest Gin Distillers in the Geelong & Bellarine region, to create just that!

Starting with a cocktail on arrival, you can expect to devour bites to the like of Ceviche, Fresh Oysters, Grilled Sardines on a bed of Romesco, Barramundi Sliders, Prawn Rolls and more!

$69pp including cocktail on arrival.

Available in our Lounge Bar every Sunday from 3-5pm.

Groups from 4-8 people, bookings are essential.

2 hour sittings

Launching September 12th, we will be collaborating with the following distilleries.

Anther: 12th Sept – 3rd Oct
Bellarine Distillery: 10th Oct – 31st Oct
Flowstate: 7th Nov – 28th Nov


Anther Distillery sits below the landmark Federal Mills chimney, it is a beckoning site as you enter the thoroughfare of Geelong!

Anther Distillery is co-owned by Sebastian Reaburn and Dervilla McGowan, a well-known and awarded hospitality duo. The pair bring industry skill and scientific knowledge to the brand.”

Bellarine Distillery

Bellarine Distillery was established in 2015 by Russ Watson & Lorelle Warren and is the first Distillery on the Bellarine Peninsula and the first in the greater Geelong region since the closure of Corio Distillery in the 1980’s. 

The idea originated – as most great ideas do – after a couple of alcoholic beverages. Having visited Scotland in 2012 and the romance of the highlands, the concept of starting our own distillery seemed like a good idea.”


“The brothers and founders, Shaun and Leigh are Seekers. Whether it be through their travels, close relationships, or career paths the boys have always been seeking to find their life’s passion and do it every day.
Flowstate Brewers and Distillers is a result of the brother’s eclectic backgrounds in the building, brewing and horticulture industries, together they bring practical creativity and a botanical sensibility to their production processes and drink styles.”