Clifton Springs is a beach front town situated on the Bellarine Peninsula, close Geelong, Victoria, Australia. Clifton Springs, frequently assembled with its neighboring town, Drysdale, ignores Corio Bay, the You Yangs and Geelong. This consolidated urban zone had an expected populace of 13,494 at June 2016. The region has experienced huge changes over the previous decade, with new lodging advancements on the north side of the town. In the mid 1960s, as a major aspect of a vast land improvement in Clifton Springs, which they named "Clifton Springs and Country Club Estate", land operators Willmore and Randell raised a striking passageway structure in Bayshore Avenue.
The structure incorporated a wellspring, which in the long run go to the control of the Greater Geelong Council. The wellspring has corrupted after some time, and in late 2006 it was exhausted until further notice, because of water limitations. The springs zone, situated around Fairy Dell, was shut because of conceivable avalanches, yet was re-opened in 2007 after broad work to repair the territory. The previous Mineral Springs site on Spring Street is recorded on the Victorian Heritage Register.