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  • Barwon Grange

    This Gothic Revival home overlooks the Barwon River in the Geelong suburb of Newtown. It was built in the 1850s and features a fine collection of early Victorian furniture and fittings. The surrounding gardens include a fountain, century old trees and lawns which slope down to the river.

  • Bellarine Rail Trail

    Commencing in suburban Geelong South, this walking and cycling track heads east to Drysdale where it then follows the Bellarine Peninsula Tourist Railway all the way to Queenscliff, passing through farmland, native vegetation and along the edge of Swan Bay

  • Geelong Botanic Gardens

    Located in Eastern Park, the gardens feature a collection of plant life from around the world and Australian arid climate and native sections

  • Geelong Gallery

    Housing an outstanding collection of 19th and 20th century Australian paintings, sculptures and decorative arts, as well as contemporary works. There is also a fascinating collection of early images of the Geelong region.

  • Geelong Museum of Motoring & Industry

    The museum pays tribute to the industry and manufacturing heritage of Geelong with a large collection of motor vehicles and artifacts. Trace the evolution of motor transport, learn about the beginnings of automobile manufacturing in Australia, and see interactive displays that illustrate how engines and technology works.

  • Geelong Performing Arts Centre

    A cultural facility comprising of theatres, event spaces, a restaurant and cafe and offering a wide range of performances and events

  • Metropolis Gallery

    Promoting artists from the local region and nationally, the gallery features smaller collectable works including paintings, ceramics, sculptures and designer jewellery.

  • Narana Aboriginal Cultural Centre

    An Australian Aboriginal cultural tourism centre that provides an introduction to indigenous culture. The centre also includes a cafe and a gift shop where Aboriginal arts and crafts can be purchased.

  • National Wool Museum

    Established as Australia's only comprehensive museum of wool, it is housed in a historic 1872 bluestone wool store. There's a range of exhibitions which trace the birth of the industry in the 1840s until today, plus a licensed restaurant and acclaimed woollen clothing and gift shop.

  • Simonds Stadium

    Simonds Stadium is located within Kardinia Park and is the home ground of the Geelong Football Club. Seating over 28,000 spectators, it hosts football, soccer, rugby and cricket matches. It is also used as a concert and function venue.

  • The Dome

    The Geelong Library & Heritage Centre is housed in an iconic dome building which overlooks Johnstone Park. There is a vast collection of heritage archives, a news lounge, heritage reading room and a cafe. Regular events are held in one of the welcoming spaces in this state-of-the-art building. It will change the way you think about libraries.

  • You Yangs Regional Park

    The You Yangs Regional Park covers almost 2,000 hectares of volcanic plains between Geelong and Werribee. Rising from these plains within the park are several stunning granite peaks, including Flinders Peak which is 350 metres high. Visitors can enjoy several picnic areas, lookouts, walking tracks and mountain bike trails. Within the park are tall eucalypts, native shrubs, over 200 species of birds, koalas, kangaroos, possums and echidnas.