Portarlington Mill

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Portarlington Mill

How does one bake bread? And how does one make the flour to bake bread?

Visit Portarlington Mill to answer this question.

What We Offer

  • Guided tours
  • Education services
  • Filming/photography locations
  • Gallery for hire

Built in the 1850s from sandstone carved from nearby cliffs, it was the second flour mill to open on the Bellarine Peninsula. Milled flour from cereal crops grown in the Western Districts. After 20 years as a mill, it was used to make bricks, the fertiliser.

The local council bought it in 1970 and transferred it to the National Trust.

Opening hours

Open from 12 noon to 4pm, Saturdays and Sundays from the middle of September to May 31st. Also open on Wednesdays during the month of January.


Turner Court
Portarlington 3223 VIC



Entry fees

Adults:$5, Concession:$4, Children:$3 Family:$12 (2 adults + 2 children)