The Queenscliffe Herald is a terrific supporter of 360Q and has published another great story about our restaurant. This time it’s a report on our new partnership with exciting local sporting event, the Rip Swim. Proprietor Barry Iddles speaks about how 360Q will play host to swimmers who make the treacherous journey from Point Nepean to Point Lonsdale. Read the full story here!Details
Jamie Durrant, photographer, writer and editor of Essentials Magazine, visited 360Q recently and wrote this incredible story about proprietor Barry Iddles, the menu and the venue’s history. Here’s our favourite quote from Barry in this piece: “How bloody beautiful is this place?” Read the full story here!Details
Nadine Cresswell-Matt, a freelancer writer with food and travel website Great Australian Bite, visited 360Q lately as a guest of proprietor Barry Iddles. She also stayed at the historic local luxury accommodation, Clydesville, which offers five bedrooms to sleep 10. Her review of both has just been released – read it here!Details
Thanks to the team at the Queenscliffe Herald, one of Queenscliff’s longest-running local newspapers, for publishing this great chat with Mathew Hallam, head chef at 360Q on Queenscliff Harbour operated by chef and caterer to the stars, Barry Iddles.Details
Thanks to Geelong and Surf Coast Living Magazine for giving 360Q proprietor Barry Iddles the opportunity to share one of his favourite summer fruit recipes in your summer edition.Details
Queenscliff restaurant and function venue 360Q has reopened its doors to the public at Queenscliff Harbour with a grand dinner for 166. The restaurant is now open seven days and bookings for weddings and functions are flying in.Details
Word got out pretty fast about Sorrento Catering owner Barry Iddles taking over the iconic 360Q restaurant venue at Queenscliff Harbour. Here’s the first article in a series of many about the reopening. It’s a piece by Shane Fowles published in the Geelong Advertiser newspaper, August 17.
A SHOWPIECE complex at Queenscliff Harbour will soon re-open, after lying idle for more than three years. Restaurant 360Q’s first floor will be transformed into a premier 140-seat events venue, while the downstairs area will become a daily cafe, bar and restaurant.Details