With a population of over 230,000 and as Victoria’s second largest city, Geelong is unique mix of urban hub and natural beauty.
The city offers visitors a look into its rich history, telling tales of the wool industry and providing a vast array of museums, galleries and historical buildings that paint a vibrant landscape of Geelong’s cultural heritage. Must-sees for visitors include the Botanic Gardens, the National Wool Museum and the Old Geelong Gaol.
Referred to by locals as “the city by the bay”, Geelong’s commercial centre also runs along Corio Bay, which boasts beautiful beach attractions and gives the city an inviting and relaxed community atmosphere.
To find out more about the grand architecture, renowned gardens and other tourist of Geelong, visit Victoria’s Geelong Tourism website.
For secrets from the locals and a look at the events that are taking place during your stay, visit this page.