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Level 1 48 Brougham Street Geelong 3220

Why Choose Our Destination?

With waterfront views from its front yard and the Great Ocean Road in its back yard, Geelong is a stunning, feature-filled package. Geelong’s Waterfront is abuzz with action. Where else can you take a cruise on a boat, ride on a chopper or take a spin on an antique carousel, all in one day? This vibrant city blends grand historical buildings with contemporary architecture, commercial hubs with brilliant cultural treasures, major shopping centres with multicultural dining and shopping strips. Compact and comprehensive, Geelong packs a powerful payload of possibilities into a walkable radius.

Distance from airport

  • Avalon Airport

    14.29 mi. from city center

  • Tullamarine Airport

    50.33 mi. from city center

Local Attractions

Echidna Walkabout

Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours are the 2014 Gold Winner - Best for Wildlife Conservation at the World Responsible Tourism Awards, presented at World Travel Market, London. Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours are an international award-winning ecotour operation and Social Enterprise. Tours benefit wildlife and ecosystems - through the Make a Home for Koala Clancy project, Ghost Net Removal project and linked not for profit Koala Clancy Foundation. Connect with nature, join wild animals in their natural habitats and absorb dramatic scenery while enjoying genuine Aussie hospitality. See wildlife in the wild with an experienced Wildlife Guide. Echidna Walkabout have been guiding international travellers on top quality wildlife tours since 1993. Tours are available to FITs, conference and incentive groups, cruise ship shore excursions, volunteer, educational and community groups. Most tours depart Melbourne and other locations around Australia and travel to carefully chosen wildlife locations in South Eastern Australia. Echidna Walkabout Nature Tours have a suite of scheduled small group and private tours from one to twenty-one days in duration and offer a range of group tours for groups large and small. Itinerary can also be designed to suit your needs.
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Golfing Experiences

Throw your clubs in the boot and make your way around the bay to one of Victoria's premier golfing destinations. Choose from a range of courses across the region, from Geelong to Queenscliff, Portarlington to the famous fairways of Barwon Heads. Revel in stunning coastal views, crisp sea air and friendly wildlife when you test your skills on one of the renowned courses at Barwon Heads. This coastal village is home to three of the top 50 Australian public access courses as ranked by Ausgolf. Tee off at Thirteenth Beach on Nick Faldo's Creek Course or trust your day to the design by Tony Cashmore at the Beach Course. The heritage-listed Barwon Heads Golf Club is a much lauded favourite and known for its ambience and old world charm. Other memorable golfing hot spots include Queenscliff's 'island course' and the Curlewis Golf Club, which came in at number 78 in Golf Australia's top 100 courses in 2016.
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Experience Local Produce

Discover the makers and growers, chefs, brewers and vignerons who are behind Geelong and the Bellarine's growing reputation as a foodie destination. Dine on fresh seasonal produce, sample artisanal delights, and enjoy creative cuisine at wineries, cafes and restaurants - from the Moorabool Valley in the north-west and the city's vibrant waterfront and urban precincts to the rolling hills and sandy beaches of the peninsula. Farm fresh Stop at farm-gates, talk to the producers and sample their wares. Try goat cheeses, tomatoes, olive oil mixes, award-winning ice creams, and fresh ocean catches, from mussels to oysters and abalone, pulled straight from Port Phillip Bay. Dining out Dine at sunny cafes and hatted restaurants offering seasonal menus inspired by the best local produce. See what all the fuss is about at Igni, named The Age Good Food Guide's Regional Restaurant of the Year. Visit award-winning wineries and taste an impressive range of wine varieties renowned for their bold and complex flavours. Pop into microbreweries and cider houses and be inspired by the science and precision that goes into making a finely crafted brew. Off to market Take a cruise out to one of the many produce markets and let your senses do the talking. Taste handmade cheeses, fresh local berries and homemade jam. Be led astray by the smell of freshly baked bread, local soaps and beekeeper's honey. And on your way home, be sure to stop in at a local provedore to stock up on gourmet goodies for the journey home.
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The Geelong Gallery

Geelong Gallery was established in 1896 and is one of Australia’s leading art galleries, with a magnificent collection of Australian and European painting, sculpture, printmaking and decorative arts dating from the 18th century to today. The Gallery’s outstanding collection includes many works of national significance such as Eugène von Guérard’s View of Geelong 1856, and Frederick McCubbin’s A bush burial 1890. One particular focus of the collection is early images of the Geelong region, documenting the evolution of the important city and its environment. The greatest strengths of the Gallery’s collection are colonial paintings, including of early images of Geelong and its wider region such as Alexander Webb’s Yarra Street, Geelong (1872); colonial metalwork including Edward Fischer’s Geelong gold cup (1890); English painted porcelain from 1750 to 1850, Worcester, Buckingham Palace card tray (c. 1840–45); works on paper; and modern and contemporary Australian paintings, sculpture and decorative arts including works by Fred Williams, Peter Booth, Ann Thomson, Juan Davila, Rosalie Gascoigne, Jan Senbergs and John Brack. Each year the Gallery presents a vibrant program of temporary exhibitions along with a diverse range of artist talks, tours, workshops, lectures and family-friendly activities.
Little Malop St
Geelong Victoria, AU 3220


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