Geelong Waterfront
 

The Geelong Waterfront is a tourist and recreation area on the north facing shores of Corio Bay of Geelong, Australia. The area was once part of the Port of Geelong, falling into disuse before being redeveloped during the 1990s.

The Geelong Waterfront is one of Australia’s most stunning waterfronts. Having started from humble beginnings when Geelong was founded as a port in 1836, the Waterfront has now attracted a series of prestigious awards. With their bicentennial approaching, Geelong Waterfront is undergoing a renaissance. Located in the historic port area of Geelong, Geelong Waterfront is an area rich with culture and heritage. It is also known for its proximity to the beautiful city of Geelong, and its overall beauty.

Geelong Waterfront underwent a huge transformation in 2010, with a brand new bridge connecting the waterfront to Corio Bay. The $125 million project allowed pedestrians and cyclists to cross the water and walk along a new promenade 7km long. The new bridge features 12,000 square metres of glass, and has become a popular tourist attraction and meeting place.

It is a walk-in destination and a key feature of Geelong’s growing tourism offering. It is a unique and memorable attraction where visitors can immerse themselves in the sights and sounds of the city’s dynamic coastal lifestyle.

It is also one of the most well-known waterfronts in Australia and largest waterfront area. Along the waterfront, there are art galleries, restaurants, cafes, shops, and other tourist places. The waterfront is 15 kilometres long, including 3.7 kilometres of foreshore.

Geelong Waterfront is a commercial, retail, leisure and entertainment precinct. It consists of over 60 specialty stores, over 60 restaurants and cafes, 12 bars, many cafes, pubs, a multiplex cinema, and 12 specialty stores. It is also home to The University of Geelong, which occupies three stories of a multi-story office building, breaks ground and begins construction in 2011. Geelong Waterfront is one of Australia’s must-see tourist attractions. This scenic spot is located in Victoria, an hour away from Melbourne. Geelong Waterfront is the new home of Melbourne’s Grand Prix. The waterfront is just 10 minutes away from the Melbourne CBD, which makes it easily accessible.

To people, Geelong Waterfront is a place of fun and a place of business. It’s a place for people to come together and for lovers to take a romantic walk. It’s a place where people go crazy from shopping, eating, and having fun. It’s a place where people spend their time.

It has 3 magnificent towers, which are known as the Geelong Tower, The Rydges and The Westin. This cosmopolitan and vibrant area is a hive of activity with restaurants and cafes, beautiful landscaped gardens, attractions and public art, all with amazing views of Corio Bay. It also provides a full event calendar, tourism, education and accommodation services: Our historic Carousel, Poppy Kettle playground and youth activities area is great for kids of all ages. See Geelong’s famous bollards.

There are plenty of possibilities to explore and view the Waterfront: take a ride on a Harley Davidson motorcycle, ride the trackless train if you prefer a more leisurely look around, check out the view from the air in a helicopter or take a boat cruise along Geelong’s spectacular Waterfront.

Port Phillip Ferries are offering a service from Geelong Waterfront to the Docklands and Portarlington. 

When the weather heats up, cool off on the Waterfront at the Eastern Beach swimming promenade. Children’s pool, enclosed sea baths, diving platforms, all patrolled by lifeguards on duty during the summer months.