Drysdale is a rural town about 21km east from Geelong in Victoria. The town is situated on the Bellarine Peninsula. The town has a lot of attractions for visitors to the area and these include the Bellarine Peninsula Railway.
The railway runs to Queenscliff
passing through Drysdale. It offers great views of Port Philip Bay, Corio Bay, Swan Bay and Bellarine Hills. The train station is in Portarlington Road near Lake Lorne Reserve.
Drys Dale Museum is a former courthouse from 1882 that is in the High Street and in Crimea Street you will find the War Veterans Home.
Drysdale has an Anglican Church called St James that dates back to 1872 and is found on the High Street between Bennet Street and Clifton Springs Road.