Historical information

The Ozone at Queenscliff was the former house of the Baillieu family and originally called Baillieu House. It became one of the hotels in Queenscliff, operated by the family. It then became known as the Ozone Hotel after the Ozone Paddle steamer that brought many people to the area from Melbourne for their holidays. It was built in 1881 to the designs of William Ellis, and is now on both the Victorian Heritage Register and the Register of the National Estate.

Physical description

Photograph of a three storey building with tower.