Sign at Queenscliff on the Bellarine Peninsula.
I do not really know why the name Queenscliffe is spelt both with and without an "e".
The ferry's name and the fort are spelt without an "e"
but the maritime museum and the region spell it with an "e".
According to the maritime museum's web page, the two spellings are historically based. ‘Queenscliff’ refers to the town and ‘Queenscliffe’ refers to the Borough which includes Queenscliff and Point Lonsdale.
However, places within Queenscliff seem to interchange between the two spellings.
NOTE: The name of the township 'Queenscliff' was first gazetted in June of 1853.
The 'Borough of Queenscliffe' was formed in May 1863.
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