Discover panoramic vistas of Victoria's stunning coastline and inland volcanic plains from scenic lookouts across Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula.
Flinders Peak – You Yangs Regional Park
Hike to the summit of Flinders Peak, the highest point in the You Yangs. Expansive vistas from the top of this remarkable bouldered terrain span out across the stretch of volcanic plains to Geelong and Melbourne.
Point Lonsdale Lighthouse
From the base of the Point Lonsdale Lighthouse, gaze out over The Rip – the narrow entrance to Port Phillip Bay where ocean and bay waters collide, creating one of the world's most treacherous stretches of water.
The Bluff – Barwon Heads
Climb to the top of the limestone cliffs and take in exquisite views across to Ocean Grove main beach, the wild waters of Bass Strait, the Barwon River mouth and The Rip. Perfect at sunset.
Drewan Park – Geelong
Drive up to Drewan Park in the Geelong suburb of Wandana Heights for breathtaking 360-degrees views across Geelong and Corio Bay – all the way to the Surf Coast. Go during the day for picnics and playground fun, or at night for spectacular twinkling city lights.
Eastern Beach Reserve – Geelong
Set on stunning Corio Bay, Geelong's sweeping Eastern Beach, art deco swimming enclosure and iconic painted bollards make a scenic outlook from wherever you stand, but get up a little higher into Eastern Park for beautifully elevated views among nature.