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Attend high profile festivals and community events across the Geelong and Bellarine region and enjoy everything from world-class cycling races and music festivals to fine wines, local delicacies and aerial acrobatics.

Blue skies, blue water

In Geelong see stunning aerobatics at the Australian International Airshow or watch colourful spinnakers fly on Corio Bay in Geelong during the Festival of Sails – Australia's largest regatta.

Race for the prize

Cyclists will love the Cadel Evans Great Ocean Road Race, with its concept inspired by the prestigious Spring Classics of Europe. Get your lycra on and join in or watch from the sidelines as the race weaves its way across the peninsula from Geelong to Barwon Heads and then on down to Torquay and Bells Beach.

Festival fun

Cruise into Queenscliff in November for a rollicking weekend of music from local and international stars. Join over 100,000 people at Geelong's Pako Festa, a heady mix of international food, parades, folk dancing, workshops, exhibitions and loads of other free activities. June on the Bellarine Peninsula brings with it the National Celtic Festival, with all the colour and fun of Celtic dancing, music, drummers and pipers.

Surf, sun and seafood

Celebrate summer the Portarlington way at the Portarlington Mussel Festival, with fresh seafood and local wines, music and lots of fun for the kids. Sample the region's finest reds, whites and rosés at Toast to the Coast, held at wineries in The Bellarine, Moorabool Valley and the Surfcoast.


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Geelong Cats v Fremantle

Are you all up for another Geelong Cats footy match? The Cats will be playing against the Fremantle at the 'catery'. Bring the family, come stay for...

25 Jun 2017


Blues Musician Chris Wilson - Free Live Music

Come and join in with one of Australia's best blues musicians who plays harmonica, saxophone, guitar and vocals. Chris Wilson never disappoints with...

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Sunday Roast Special at 360Q

Winter is coming, and 360Q are warming up the kitchens with their super-cosy Sunday night roast dinners just like mum used to make. The team at 360Q...

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High Tea on the Terrace at Oakdene

The restaurant Marty at Oakdene brings back it's High Tea on the Terrace. Enjoy a Glass of NV Oakdene Sparkling that beautifully complements the...

25 Jun 2017
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This selection of contemporary prints, acquired through recent presentations of the Gallery’s Geelong acquisitive print awards, recognises the...

Until 16 Jul 2017


Still life painting — Adam Pyett

This survey exhibition of works spanning over ten years charts Adam Pyett’s long-standing interest in the still life genre. Mining traditional...

Until 16 Jul 2017


Scarf Festival 2017: Galaxies

Scarf Festival is the National Wool Museum's annual celebration of all things scarf. The Scarf Festival 2017 theme is Galaxies: a textile journey to...

Until 27 Aug 2017


Tales of Queenscliff Harbour

Help to chronicle the many stories of Queenscliff Harbour with your camera. It moods, its activities and the many stories that happen daily. Winter...

Until 1 Sep 2017


History Alive - Geelong Eastern Cemetery Tour

There is an element of calm quiet in a cemetery – and a tantalising glimpse of history, too. Many people visit cemeteries simply to read the...

4 Nov 2017


Mr Grubb Madness Month at Oakdene

Mr Grubb madness month continues in June with kids eating for free at the cafe from Wednesday to Saturday nights. Please see the website for further...

28 Jun 2017
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Madness Month Marty at Oakdene

Marty at Oakdene's signature dessert tasting plate has become a favourite over the years at the Oakdene restaurant. Enjoy the dessert tasting plate...

28 Jun 2017
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Bellarine Secondary Music Students at Queenscliff Brewhouse

Every Wednesday from 7:00 to 9:00pm, Year 11 and 12 Bellarine Secondary music students are performing at the Queenscliff Brewhouse. Support the local...

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Take a joy ride flight, an invigorating bushwalk, or head into winery country. Choose one of many of tours celebrating the region's natural beauty.

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Art and culture

Wander through galleries and artist studios, check out public artworks, and delve into the local history at villages up and down the peninsula.

Food & wine

Bellarine Taste Trail

Treat your tastebuds to the best of the Bellarine Peninsula. Savour the local flavours at wineries, farmgates, provedores, restaurants, cafes and more.

Things to do


Unwind at a beachfront bar or lively pub in downtown Geelong, hop aboard the Blues Train in Queenscliff or get your sporting fix.