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Spring a Ding Ding. It's School Holiday time

Are you chomping at the bit to get the kids outside these school holidays? After being locked inside all winter they might be tired of board games and dress ups.…

What If It's Raining?

There’s no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing. The indoors have a lot to offer no matter what the season.

Cycle the World Tour

Get on your bike and join Australian icon, Cadel Evans, in his own backyard. Register for the People’s Ride, part of the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race. Starting…

Hang out with Dad this Fathers Day

Most Dads are usually men of few words, they like to keep it short and sweet. So here’s our short and sweet list of what to do for Fathers day.

Animal crackers in my soup

It’s no secret I love my food.... and drink. I probably eat out more than your average Joe. Let's call it industry research. Growing up in Geelong and now living…

Having a whaley good time in the bay

Tourists flock to our region from all around the world. We love it when they return each year to enjoy what we have to offer. Some of our favourite return tourists…

He has a way with water

Pete James has no fear. He is out in all weather and all times of the day or night to capture the perfect shot. There's something about the way he captures the moment…

Urban Geelong

Old industrial spaces are being transformed into creative hubs, urban precincts and fabulous eateries. Little Malop St is enticing people to the city centre with…

Tastes of Central Geelong- July 1-24

Held throughout Central Geelong, you can sample gourmet food and drink, learn tricks of the trade from local chefs, wine, dine and participate in food themed events.…

Give me an open fire and I'll stay forever

Who doesn’t love an open fire? When it comes to winter time, it’s one of the most charming experiences, especially on a getaway or a long lazy lunch. It’s the crackle,…

100 Bollards in 7 seconds

100 bollards, 7 seconds. How many have you seen in person? Meet them all along the Geelong Waterfront from Limeburners Point to Rippleside Park.

Wine and Dine this Winter

Winter naturally entices us indoors and our favorite indoor activity is is the old classic, wine and dine. Cast your eyes over these tempting options.

School's Out For Winter (2016)

Winter school holidays are here and we've got plenty of options - animals and art, boats and trains, activities and adventures. There's plenty to warm up your little…

I tried to grab the fog but I mist

Don't be afraid to go into the mist. Be excited because you don't know where you'll end up. Beauty beyond the fog and mist via images captured on Instagram.

Ones to watch

Urban Geelong - Video

Urban Geelong

Old industrial spaces are being transformed into creative hubs, urban precincts and fabulous eateries. Little Malop St is enticing people to the city centre with…

100 Bollards in 7 seconds - Video

100 Bollards in 7 seconds

100 bollards, 7 seconds. How many have you seen in person? Meet them all along the Geelong Waterfront from Limeburners Point to Rippleside Park.

Timelapse - Winter on the Waterfront - Video

Timelapse - Winter on the Waterfront

No matter the season, the Geelong Waterfront is spectacular!