Cape Bridgewater is a town in Victoria, Australia. It is located on the western shore of Bridgewater Bay, 21 kilometres south-west of Portland, and 383 kilometres from Melbourne.
Cape Bridgewater is home to a colony of up to 650 fur seals and the highest coastal cliff in Victoria. The cape itself also boasts a large blowhole and a petrified forest. It is classed by the government as the second most important coastline in Victoria, after the ‘Twelve Apostles’, along the Great Ocean Road.