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Scuba diving

There's more going on under the waters of Port Phillip Bay that you might expect. So satisfy your curiosity by signing up for a scuba diving adventure and get to know the bay in a whole new way.

Explore old shipwrecks and reefs teeming with marine life, including colourful corals, seahorses, crustaceans and stingrays. The bay floor is littered with over 60 nineteenth century shipwrecks, four sunken submarines from World War I, plus the HMAS Canberra – Victoria's first artificial reef created for the sole purpose of diving. Join thousands of curious divers who have already flocked to the sunken frigate since its opening on the 5th of December 2009.

Take an organised tour with a dive operator in Geelong or Queenscliff to explore the wrecks and experience the diversity of one of the most colourful and interesting underwater habitats in the world.

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Scuba diving

Water sports

HMAS Canberra

Take the plunge 28 metres underwater to explore the wreck of the HMAS Canberra, Victoria's newest dive site and first artificial dive reef.


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Nature & wildlife

Beaches and coastlines

Ride the waves, take a walk along the white sand, or cool off during the summer months at bayside and ocean beaches in Geelong and the Bellarine.

Things to do

Family activities

Waterslides and mysterious islands, wildlife-watching and mazes – there's no end of fun for kids and grownups alike.



Be charmed by the historic seaside village of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings, art galleries, shops and great places to dine.

Outdoor activities

Walking and hiking

From rugged bush trails and lakeside strolls to spectacular coastal paths, the walks in the Geelong and Bellarine region are bound to inspire.