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All reviews ferris wheel swimming area safe swimming lovely beach beach front kids pool change rooms beach house cafes and restaurants christmas tree sea pool walk along the beach great walk yacht club corio bay all ages geelong waterfront
This is a nice waterfront for a walk, if you have a sunny day. Unfortunately we were there on a drizzly day, so not the sort of weather that made us want to hang around very long!
We did find some free parking, for 3...More
So lovely to walk along the Eastern Beach - it’s s great walk with good views, attractive surroundings and good picture spots. It’s got cafes along route so you can eat breakfast have a coffee and us a good 1 hour walk in the morning.
What an incredible day out on the beach. Endless walking tracks, amenities and restaurants close by. Parking readily available within short walking distance to main Geelong City. Highly recommended for singles and families with fantastic lawn areas to utilise.
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Hi, the bollards are along the foreshore just west from Cunningham pier (50metres or so) at the corner of Moorabool st and Richie boulevard and continue for about 1kilometre to Eastern beach on Eastern beach road. It is a... More
Hi, the bollards are along the foreshore just west from Cunningham pier (50metres or so) at the corner of Moorabool st and Richie boulevard and continue for about 1kilometre to Eastern beach on Eastern beach road. It is a beautiful little city.
Other free MUST SEE things to do around Geelong are;
The great ocean road, the Otway national park (part of the great ocean road runs along the edge of this) if you head to Lorne and follow the signs to Erskin falls they are very pretty.
The You Yangs national park has excellent walking trails and bbq/picnic facilities and an abundance of kangaroos and Koalas.
The Narana centre is on Torquay rd in Grovedale and is an Aboriginal cultural centre with locally made Aboriginal art and souvenirs a must see in my book.
Enjoy your trip.