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Around the Geelong Region

Geelong and the surrounding regions of the Bellarine Peninsula, Surf Coast and Great Ocean Road are home to some of Australia’s most beautiful scenery, best beaches and favorite holiday locations all year round.
Geelong is the second largest city in Victoria and is a vibrant cosmopolitan bustling city with huge retail precinct and one of the country’s most spectacular waterfronts.

Airey's Inlet

Airey’s is one of the Great Ocean Roads hidden treasures with many people overlooking what this lovely seaside town has to offer on their way to the big resort towns. …Read more


Anglesea is nestled between the beautiful coastline with spectacular beaches and the rugged hinterland the town is one of the premier holiday resort towns in our region. …Read more

Apollo Bay

Apollo Bay is surrounded by beauty the magnificent Otways rainforests are at its doorstep and the pristine waters surround this seaside township of about 1800. …Read more

Barwon Heads

Although many people have realized the what Barwon Heads has to offer, none of the quaint charm has been lost from this lovely little seaside resort town. …Read more


With some of the freshest produces, meat and dairy it’s no wonder why Colac is the premier town of the beautiful Western District region of Victoria. …Read more

Drysdale & Clifton Springs

Drysdale is in the heartland of the beautiful Bellarine Peninsula surrounded by rolling hill and farm land producing some of the freshest vegetables and beautiful wines. …Read more


The second largest city in Victoria featuring one of Australia’s most beautiful waterfronts and home to major events and gateway to some of the world’s best beaches. …Read more

Lara, Little River & Avalon

Where the city meets the farmland. This rural community has the best of both worlds, only minutes from the city and just as close to the open plains and bushland. …Read more


The premier town of the Great Ocean Road with a truly cosmopolitan style all year round. Beautiful beaches, tranquil forests and a perfect place for daytrip or holiday all year round. …Read more


Although not part of the Geelong region, Melbourne is only a short 1 hour away is truly one of the worlds greatest cities with so much to see and do. …Read more

Ocean Grove

The thriving seaside resort of Ocean Grove has some of Australia’s best surf beaches, great amenities and a popular destination for summer holiday makers. …Read more

The Otways

The Otways stretching down the South West coast of Victoria is home to some of the most unique and beautiful bushland, rainforests and coastline in the world. …Read more

Point Lonsdale

Standing proud at the entrance of the Rip into Port Phillip Bay Point Lonsdale is rich in history and heritage and has some spectacular beaches. …Read more


Situated on the northern shoreline of the Bellarine Peninsula Portarlington has been a family holiday favorite for decades and is home to many of our region’s major events. …Read more


Queenscliff is all about Victorian charm it is absolutely beautiful with dozens of magnificent buildings bringing back images of yesteryear. …Read more

St Leonard’s and Indented Head

These sleepy seaside villages are some of the favorite holiday destinations over the warmer months offering relaxation and tranquility. …Read more


Torquay is a surfers paradise, with some of the world’s best beaches including the famous Bells Beach. Surfing culture rules the town with huge surf retail complexes. …Read more


Nestled in the middle of the Bellarine Peninsula the beautiful rural town of Wallington is home to many of the regions orchards and theme parks. …Read more


Situated halfway between Melbourne and Geelong, Werribee offers some huge attractions including the magnificent Werribee Mansion. …Read more


Only an hour’s drive out of Geelong, Williamstown is a beautiful seaside village rich in colonial history with many historic sights. …Read more

Did you Know

The Population of the City of Greater Geelong is around 205,000 people.