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Exploring Geelong

Victoria’s port city of Geelong lies on Corio Bay, in the heart of the wine country, just 43 seventy kilometres to the southwest of Melbourne. Spurred on in the 19th century by the Victorian gold rush and the wool industry, the present-day city is home over 30 heritage buildings, the National Wool Museum, and well-known events such as the Australian International Airshow and the Royal Geelong Show. The city’s Performing Arts Centre and Costa Hall auditorium host numerous music festivals, concerts, and other performances, including the National Celtic Festival.


Hotels in Geelong

There is a range of options for all travelers. The most popular hotel in Geelong is the Atlantic Geelong, which has been booked 5 times from our Hotels.com verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended Devlin Apartments in Geelong as it has been reserved 5 times.


Sightseeing in Geelong

- National Wool Museum


Set in a spectacular Victorian wool store close by the waterfront, this is Australia’s most comprehensive museum covering the development of its wool trade from the mid-19th century to the present day. The displays cover everything from breeding and shearing to spinning, dyeing, and weaving, and the 1910 Axminster Jaquard loom on which carpets were woven is the museum’s pride and joy. Skilled weavers give daily demonstrations of how it’s done.


- Old Geelong Gaol


The huge, four-storey Geelong Gaol was built in 1847 and is one of the most complete remnants of Australia’s early days as a convict colony. Closed for good in the 1990s, it has a violent history of murder and executions. This background has reinforced its reputation for haunting and ghost sightings, with night-time ghost-hunting tours popular.


Transportation in Geelong

Public transport in Geelong is provided by the Geelong Transit System’s bus network, which covers the entire city from downtown to the far suburbs. Interurban buses are also available between Geelong and nearby attractions, such as the Great Ocean Road’s famous Twelve Apostles offshore rock formations.