Geelong Tourism

Located about 70km from Melbourne, Geelong is the second largest city in Victoria Australia. The original inhabitants of Geelong are the aboriginal Wathaurung people who called the city Jillong.

It is a charming place with a laid-back atmosphere making travel to Geelong an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of Melbourne. Geelong acts as a gateway to the Great Ocean Road region and the coastal towns of the Bellarine Peninsula. Geelong is an industrial town but recent closures of several manufacturing units have lead to the city being in a phase of transition and reinvention.

The Corio Bay waterfront and the city center with historical buildings, numerous restaurants and bars, a host of art and culture related activities, fun filled parks and beaches, all make Geelong an ideal place to visit.

Geelong tourist information is available through two main visitor centers in the city where you can pick up a Geelong travel guide. Geelong and Great Ocean Road Visitor Information Office on Princess Hwy, Little River and Geelong Visitor Information Centre at Moorabool Street both offer visitors guidance and assistance to be able to make the most of their trip.

Essential travel information and Geelong tips for your visit

  • Always carry sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses when travelling through Australia.
  • The peak hour traffic in Geelong can get quite bad so plan your trip accordingly.
  • There are several road trips work taking around Geelong on the Great Ocean Road.
  • Public transport is limited.

Geelong Trip Planner

Plan your customized day by day trip plan for Geelong. Choose from various experinces categories as adventure, romantic and family and kids friendly for your trip using using Geelong trip planner.

The best tours and activities in the city, guided by experts to give you a local insight to the best of Geelong