As we prepare for the end of manufacturing at Ford Geelong’s plant this week we remember the Ford Ute, a Geelong invention that changed motoring history around the world.
We take a look back to Ford’s 75th Anniversary on Geelong’s waterfront back in 2000 when an estimated 100,000 people turned to celebrate all things Ford....Read More
We remember the Ford Discover Centre a celebration of all thing’s Ford on Geelong’s waterfront....Read More
The Epworth Geelong Hospital is about to open in Waurn Ponds next to Deakin University in July and we were lucky enough to have a tour of the incredible $272 million dollar facility that is more like a luxury hotel than a hospital. See our huge gallery...Read More
Vintage goods have become very popular lately and Geelong has some wonderful places to pick up that unique artefact. We take a look at some of or favorite places....Read More
Intown in conjunction with UBER are giving first time users a free ride up to $20 in the Geelong region. Find out more.
The amazing new Geelong Library and Heritage Centre has opened in Johnstone Park this weekend. The building is spectacular inside and out.
There are some wonderful places to get the perfect coffee around Geelong. It takes more than delicious rich fresh beans and the skill of great barista, there’s a little magic in every cup. We had trouble narrowing it down to just ten that are well worth a try.
The North Geelong Powerstation overlooking Corio Bay has been one of the city’s biggest eysores since it closed half a century ago, now it is a blaze of colour and imagination.
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.
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