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Local mussels and wine for the grown-ups, ice cream and waves for the kids. Geelong and the Bellarine combines beaches, fresh produce and good times.
Eastern Beach Swimming Enclosure, Geelong
Grab a little pale ale in this big brewhouse and praise the little creatures for bringing their brewing know-how to this converted wool mill.
Dance to a host of live-music acts on board the heritage Blues Train as it sways you gently across the stunning Bellarine coastal landscape.
Experience sophisticated, award-winning fine dining accompanied by a knockout list of regional wines at Queenscliff’s famous and historic hotel.
Sample delectable Portarlington mussels and Angasi oysters cooked on-site, or take some home fresh from this large family-owned producer.
We're giving you 10 inarguable reasons to get on down to G-Town and the bewdiful Bellarine, but you'll soon have a bunch of reasons all of your own.
Take a spectacular coastal and wildlife ecotour to spot some of Port Phillip Bay’s natural inhabitants, such as dolphins, seals, whales and penguins.
Snorkel with wild dolphins; spot seals and sea birds; and swim with loads of colourful reef fish in Port Phillip Heads Marine National Park.
Discover the Bellarine Peninsula, cycling along the old railway line from bustling Geelong past wildflowers and native birdlife to Queenscliff.
Crack, twist, mmmm. A taste so good it will have you hooked.
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Ride the waves, take a stroll, or cool off during the summer months at bayside and ocean beaches
Relax at Barwon Heads, a popular summer holiday with quiet river beaches and excellent golf courses.
Be charmed by the historic seaside village of Queenscliff with its elegant Victorian-era buildings.
Explore vibrant Geelong, the gateway to the stunning Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road.
Stop in on fine restaurants and relaxed cafes, coastal wineries and delightful local provedores.
Cool off during the summer at the beaches, lakes and rivers of the Geelong and Bellarine region.
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A seal and dolphin swim tour with Sea All Dolphin Swims and two-course meal with glass of wine at Circa 1902 in Queenscliff.
From horse riding to pasta making and deep-sea diving, we've picked some of the best reasons to leave Melbourne. More
Check out our gourmet guide to the Bellarine Peninsula, all of which can be found on the Bellarine Taste Trail. More
Travel through vivid landscapes and find everything from artisanal cheeses and local whisky to honey mead. More
Check out a thriving cafe scene, brilliantly repurposed old industrial buildings, and a buzzing arts and cultural scene. More