The Myer Christmas Windows in Melbourne have been loved by generations of families and now for the first time ever Myer Geelong has brought some of the enchantment and magic to its Geelong store.
This year Geelong has set out to become “Australia’s Christmas Capital” and what a magnificent atmosphere and sight it is, bringing joy to young and old....Read More
The Geelong Town Hall is a wash with colour every night until Christmas with an incredible projection show featuring a very Australian themed Christmas with native animals and plants coming together with Christmas themes in an amazing production....Read More
Geelong is Australia’s Christmas capital with the most spectacular floating Christmas Tree moored off Steampacket Quay. The 25 metre floating tree is the centerpiece of our city’s Christmas celebrations....Read More
The Christmas spirit has hit Geelong and are we celebrating. The amazing floating Christmas Tree, Town Hall Projections and Myer windows are only a few highlights around our city....Read More
The Great Australian Beer Festival is back for the third time in Geelong this February with a wonderful range of tasty craft beers sourced from the finest breweries around Australia.
Geelong put on a magnificent day for the 2014 Cotton On Run Geelong. Thousands turned out to run or walk the 15 and 6 km courses raising over half a million dollars for the special care nursery at the Geelong Hospital.
Located in one of the historic Federal Mill buildings in Mackay Street, North Geelong, the Geelong Museum of Motoring and Industry features a wonderful collection of vehicles and memorabilia that celebrate the motor vehicle and Geelong’s decades of involvement in the manufacturing industry.
Gala Day brought a fantastic day of cheer and colour to Geelong. Thousands lined Malop Street to see the huge parade filled with plenty of characters, a few celebrities and some wonderful displays.
Eighteen of Geelong’s most iconic buildings including Deakin University, City Hall, Barwon Water, The Customs House and TAC were open to the public for a special day during Open House Geelong.
Probably not notable but more notorious, the Ritz Flats on the corner of Bellerine and Corio Streets have become one of the city’s most controversial buildings and an eyesore. The Ritz was once one of our city’s grandest hotels and dates back to the 1860’s. Read More