34 Anakie Road
Bell Park VIC 3215

Please click on each of the small pictures to see a bigger photograph

Geelong is a city southwest of Melbourne, Australia. Lining its bay, The Waterfront esplanade has a 19th-century carousel, plus a curved art deco boardwalk and sea bath at Eastern Beach. Scattered along The Waterfront are the Baywalk Bollards, colourful sculptures chronicling city history.

There's so much more to Geelong than an excellent waterfront, but it's a great place to start. There's public art scattered across the coastline, perhaps best known for the Bollards; the colourful characters who highlight historic events and people who shaped the city.

Old, industrial spaces are being transformed into creative hubs, urban precincts and fabulous eateries. From the conversion of an old mill into the East Coast headquarters of Little Creatures Brewing Co., to state of the art office spaces and historical buildings.

The city's cultural precinct at the west end of Little Malop Street features the excellent Geelong Gallery, the Geelong Library and Heritage Centre (as impressive inside as its world-famous exterior) and the Geelong Arts Centre. City Hall and the Old Post Office lend an air of history and grandeur to the area while street-art laced laneways branch off, with night spots and exciting eateries popping up everywhere.

A jam-packed schedule of events keeps the city busy throughout the year, from international cycling, airshows and sailing festivals, AFL matches ('carn the Cats) to intimate performances and live music.

For more information, see: https://www.visitgeelongbellarine.com.au/ or https://www.visitvictoria.com/Regions/Geelong-and-the-Bellarine/Destinations/Geelong