Geelong History Historical District Victoria

Geelong has the best of both worlds - great city life and easy access to natural attractions such as the Bellarine Peninsula and The Great Ocean Road.

A short, leisurely walk along the waterfront takes you to the city centre where you can browse through Geelong's shopping precinct and wine & dine at one of the many cafes, restaurants or bars. With settlement dating back to the 1850's, Geelong has plenty of historical sites to visit and contrast to the modern developments of today. With a population of over 200 000, the city is big enough to have all you need, but with a more laid back approach to work and recreation than you would see in the capitals.

For those using Geelong as a base for day trips, there are plenty of great destinations to keep you busy! Local wineries, the historic towns of Queenscliff & Ballarat and the picturesque southern coast are amongst some of the must see places only a short drive from Aaron Lee.

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