The Geelong region comprises three local government areas, Greater Geelong, Queenscliffe and Golden Plains each can be explored via the list below.
Located on Corio Bay and the Barwon River, Geelong is a port city approximately 75km south-west of Melbourne and Victoria’s second largest city. The region extends over urban, rural and coastal areas surrounding the city, including the Bellarine Peninsula. It is the gateway to popular regional destinations like The Great Ocean Road, Torquay and Ballarat.
Queenscliffe is a classic seaside destination on the Bellarine Peninsula. Popular with Melbourne residents and international travellers, the relaxed atmosphere is perfect for a weekend getaway from the hectic city bustle. Pass the time exploring historic buildings and museums or take a walk along the coast. A passenger and car ferry service operates between Sorrento and Queenscliff, via the Mornington Peninsula as an alternative to driving.