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Geelong and the Bellarine



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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Classes & workshops

Printmaking for Beginners - 1:1 custom workshop

Take part in a Printmaking for Beginners Workship, facilited by Theo and Soula Mantalvanos. The workshop includes base materials and is ideal if a...

22 Mar 2018
23 Mar 2018
26 Mar 2018
26 Mar 2018


Chocolate Stout Easter Dinner Down the Rabbit Hole

Due to a resounding chorus of demand, White Rabbit Chocolate Stout has returned just in time for Easter. White Rabbit have partnered with the masters...

22 Mar 2018


Trivia Night with Sally Cannon

Eat. Drink. Think. Win. Join the Queenscliff Brewhouse for their Trivia Night with Sally Cannon. The first question is at 7:15pm sharp. A gold coin...

22 Mar 2018
19 Apr 2018


Bellarine Highschool Music Students perform Live

Year eleven and twelve Bellarine Secondary music students are performing at the Brewhouse. Support the local music students and help them raise funds...

22 Mar 2018
19 Apr 2018

Open gardens

Cooking up Compost Workshop in Geelong

Back by popular demand are two Open Gardens Victoria Composting workshops. This is an opportunity for avid gardeners to learn how to improve their...

14 Apr 2018
14 Apr 2018


Express Lunch

Restaurant Express comes to Jack Rabbit Vineyard, a Melbourne Food and Wine Festival Event. Food and wine lovers rejoice. As part of the Melbourne...

Until 23 Mar 2018


March Bluesfest at The Elephant

Every Sunday in March, The Elephant and Castle Hotel brings you Melbourne’s Blues Performer of the Year: 2017 Jesse Valach. Weaving together intense...

Until 25 Mar 2018


Outrage, obscenity and madness—Elizabeth Gertsakis

Elizabeth Gertsakis’ digital paintings and works on paper reinterpret the illustrations accompanying reports of crimes and misdemeanours published in...

Until 6 May 2018


Wildlife Photographer of the Year

Explore the world's best nature photography, highlighting the incredible range of life on Earth. The exhibition of 100 images records the beauty and...

Until 13 May 2018


Jörg Schmeisser—looking back: prints from the collection of Laurence O’Keefe and Christopher James

Jörg Schmeisser (1942–2012) was an internationally trained and critically acclaimed master printmaker whose etchings set a benchmark for technical...

Until 27 May 2018


Day Out With Thomas - Queenscliff

Thomas the Tank Engine will be back in Queenscliff on 7-8 April, along with Oliver, Henry, Salty, those Troublesome Trucks and Sir Topham Hatt. The...

7 - 8 Apr 2018

Classes & workshops

1:1 – Anita Iacovella

Anita Iacovella is a professional artist and lectures in printmaking and drawing at The Gordon TAFE part-time – a position she has held for the past...

23 Mar 2018
23 Mar 2018
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24 Mar 2018

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