Riverside walking/bike paths link Balyang Sanctuary with other parks along the Barwon River. The sanctuary is located at the river end of Shannon Avenue, Newtown, beside Princes Bridge. Nearby are Balyang Par 3 golf course, Yollinko Park and Leech Wood Gardens.
Buckley Falls Reserve Buckley Falls Rd, Highton This pristine and tranquil riverside reserve has stunning waterfall views and environmental and historical significance, that are sure to impress all age groups. The scenic reserve also is home to sensational adventurous walking/bike tracks.
Coolabah Park 16 Coolabah Drive, Grovedale Coolabah Park is perfect for the kids to indulge in some fun activities, including active and social play, accommodating imaginative and sensory experiences, on the extensive playground equipment.
Eastern Beach Reserve 95 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong Eastern Beach Reserve is located on the City's waterfront, and is scattered with the renowned Bay walk Bollards. The scenic reserve is home to a vast array of amenities including picnic facilities, playgrounds and a shark proof sea bath which is surrounded by the historical Art deco style boardwalk.
Fountain of Friendship Park 262-288 Anakie Road, Norlane Fountain of Frienship Park is a scenic reserve with diverse amenties, including children's playgound, skate park, free parking and a sealed walking/cycling path all within a relaxing atmosphere.
The Geelong Play Space is anaward winning facility situated next to the Geelong Botanic Gardens. The play space is designed as an inclusive area for children of all ages and abilities. The space has a Liberty Swing that enables children in wheelchairs to appreciate the joy of using a swing.
HM Prison Geelong was a maximum security Australia prison located on the corner of Myers Street and Swanston Street in Geelong, Victoria, Australia. The prison was built in stages from 1849 to 1864. Its panopticon design is based on Pentonville Prison in England.
Howard Glover Reserve (Geelong) Football Federation Victoria invites members of the football community to hire Howard Glover Reserve, located on Limeburners Road, East Geelong. The facility has a full-sized floodlit grass pitch, a smaller (65mx45m) grass pitch and club/function room which can be hired by football clubs, social groups and schools for matches and training.
Johnstone Park 24-28 Geringhap Street, Geelong Johnstone Park, on Geelong's western edge, is a favourite haven for shoppers and workers. Once a swamp, then a dam, the area was transformed into a park in 1872, the idea of Mayor Robert de Bruce Johnstone.
Situated on the rolling hills beside the Geelong Ring Road in Waurn Ponds, Nicol’s Paddock is a family owned & operated Winery & Food & Wine Bar. Come and enjoy delicious local seasonal sharing dishes and snacks, complimented beautifully by Nicol’s Paddock wines, in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere, overlooking the vineyard.
Pevensey Park 12-20 Pevensey Crescent, Geelong Pevensey Park is perfect for the kids to indulge in some fun activities, including active and social play whilst accommodating imaginative and sensory experiences, on the community playground equipment. Pevensey Park is also home to the Ron Robertson Rose Garden.
City of Geelong Sport and Recreation portfolio holder John Irvine said the new Queens Park playground was the first of its type for the Geelong region. “It has been custom-built and specially designed to attach play equipment to the existing trees and it also provides loads of shade,” Cr Irvine said.
St Helens and Rippleside are two small but popular beaches located in North Geelong. Both are backed by formal parks of the same names. These contain picnic facilities and parking areas. Jetties extend out from the end of both beaches, with a larger working jetty next to Rippleside.
View the Barwon River from the park seats on the top of the escarpment. Park at Seaview Parade, Belmont for easy access to views, seating and the walking path, which extends down the slope and meets the Macintyre footbridge over the Barwon River
Sparrow Park is located within the centre of Geelong West and has loads of activities for all age groups. The park has ample open space for a range of recreational activities including an extensive playground with a small maze, junior skate/scooter area basketball and netball facilities and large lawn are with rugby posts.
St Helens Park 9-21 Holden Avenue, North Geelong Grassy slopes and shade trees in a natural amphitheatre overlooking Corio Bay draw visitors to the tranquility of St Helens Park. For more than 70 years, the park and its beach have been well known to locals as a place to swim, play and picnic.
Stead Park is a well utilised regionally significant reserve, home to a high quality synthetic hockey field and a national standard softball diamond. The large and accessible reserve also has plenty of back up softball diamonds, hockey fields and soccer pitches linked with high quality connected pathways.
Supatramp Geelong Video games and the cinema are out - a day of having fun and being active is in at Supatramp Geelong. Jump into Geelong's exciting indoor trampoline and rock climbing centre, Supatramp. The new state of the art indoor activity centre is absolutely massive, filled with an extensive range of equipment and activities - with something for everyone.
Swan Island, view from Swan Bay Jetty View across Queenscliff Harbour to Sand Island and Swan Island Swan Island is a 1.4 km 2 sand barrier island which, with Duck Island and the Edwards Point spit, separate Swan Bay from Port Phillip in Victoria, Australia.
The Old Paper Mills at Fyansford are a hidden treasure. Here, you will be able to enjoy a rich history that dates back to the early beginnings of Geelong's industrial era. Here, you will be able to enjoy a rich history that dates back to the early beginnings of Geelong's industrial era.
You're more of a beach person, and nothing quite says in the more than watching waves breaking at the shores, swelling the fresh salty air, and taking a walk along the beach side, then 13th Beach Geelong welcomes you with open arms. This 4.5 km picturesque stretch is also a popular destination for new and professional surfers as it provides varied conditions to suit both.
Wandana Heights This up-market residential suburb is known for its fine new homes, its wide, well-serviced streets, parks, gardens and impressive views over Geelong. Drewan Park contains a superb lookout and barbecue facilities and is just one of several reserves in the suburb.
Western Beach Foreshore Reserve 100 Western Foreshore Road, Geelong Western Beach Foreshore Reserve features stunning views over Corio Bay and is perfect for the kids to indulge in some fun activities, including active and social play, accommodating imaginative and sensory experiences, on the extensive community playground equipment.