Thousands of families celebrated Australia Day at the huge family fun day on grassy slopes of Rippleside Park. Visit our huge photo gallery.
The Queenscliff Rod Run is on this weekend with a massive show’n’shine being held on Sunday. There are expected to be over 800 hot rods and custom vehicles on display many showing incredible modifications and craftsmanship. This show is one of the premier auto shows in the Geelong region....Read More
One of Australia’s biggest Scottish celebrations takes place on the grassy slopes of Deakin University in Waurn Ponds on the 1st of March when the Geelong Highland Gathering returns for another year....Read More
The Australian International Airshow returns to the skies over Avalon Airport in an incredible week bringing the latest in aerospace and defense technology together in what will be the Geelong region’s biggest event in 2015. This year the event celebrates the 100th year of ANZAC and is open to the public 27th Feb – 1st March...Read More
Thousands celebrated the Australia Day weekend on Geelong waterfront at the Festival of Sails Festival enjoying food, music and a little sun. The festival spanned the entire waterfront while Corio Bay was a sea of colour hosting one of Australia’s great sailing events....Read More
The Kiwanis All Ford Day is back for 2015 again being held on the grassy fields of Deakin University in Waun Ponds. This year’s event takes place on Sunday the 15th of February and over 1200 Ford vehicles spanning all eras of motoring history are expected....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....Read More
The summer fun continues around the Geelong region. This week Billy Connolly live, Cadel Evan’s Great Ocean Road Race and the Geelong Travel and Cruise Expo are only three of the highlights....Read More
The Classic Truck and Vintage Machinery Show took place at the Geelong Showgrounds in what will be a fascinating display of heritage farm equipment, vehicles and machinery, with some great things to see.
Thousands flocked to the seaside resort township of Portarlington for the annual Portarlington Mussel Festival to enjoy a day of food, entertainment and festivities.
Many people who visited our waterfront to see our floating Christmas Tree during the early evenings often saw ruffles in the water or even spotted a strange creature swimming in the water looking like a rat or even a small otter, chances are it was a Rakali.
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.
Hundreds of amazing vehicles spanning the more than a century of automotive history were on display at the Drysdale Classic Car Show in what was a great day.
Geelong put on a spectacular welcome to 2015 with a magnificent fireworks display over our floating Christmas tree to the joy of thousands who lined the waterfront.