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Geelong Waterfront

The waterfront is Geelong’s new playground. Once a run down derelict area left over from the days of a wool shipping port, this region has been transformed into one of Australia’s finest waterfront precincts. Tens of millions of dollars from both government and corporate investments have the area into the jewel of Geelong. Restaurants, hotels, […]

Geelong Waterfront

The city has been rejuvenated with parklands, cafes, attractions and some of Australia’s most striking public spaces overlooking beautiful Corio Bay. …Read more

The Bollards

Our beautiful bollards are probably the most well know feature on our vibrant waterfront. Painted by Jan Mitchell they have become a ambassador for tourism to our city. …Read more

The Carousel

The jewel on our magnificent waterfront must be the historic carousel sitting proudly in the modern glass and steel sail shaped pavilion overlooking the harbor. The painstakingly restored horses are one of the city’s most loved attractions. …Read more

Geelong Botanic Gardens

TTo celebrate the 21st century the Geelong Botanical Gardens has undergone a huge extension with a magnificent water tolerant garden full of cacti, palms and other special plants. …Read more

Eastern Beach

Eastern Beach has been the jewel of our beautiful waterfront for decades and still today is one of the city’s most popular playgrounds. …Read more

About Geelong

The city has been rejuvenated with parklands, cafes, attractions and some of Australiay’s most striking public spaces overlooking beautiful Corio Bay. …Read more

Waterfront Map

Most of the major attractions are in easy walking distance from one another. Our handy map will help you best plan your vist. …Read more

National Wool Museum

If Ballarat and Bendigo were built on Gold, the Geelong must have been built on the Golden Fleece. The rich heritage of wool and legacy it has left Geelong is celebrated at the National Wool Museum. …Read more