With a population of over 244,000 people, the City of Greater Geelong is Victoria’s largest provincial city.
Where is Geelong
Located 75 kilometres south west of Melbourne, the municipality covers an area of 1,247 km2, comprising suburban, coastal, and country areas. Greater Geelong is bounded by the Moorabool Shire in the north, Wyndham City
Council and the Borough of Queenscliffe in the east, Surf Coast Shire and Golden Plains Shire in the west, and Bass
Strait to the south.
The region is characterised by the multi-award winning Waterfront overlooking Corio Bay, the picturesque Bellarine Peninsula, the Barwon River, You Yangs Regional Park, wetlands, beautiful parklands and wildlife sanctuaries.
Geelong is also the gateway to the world renowned coastline of south-west Victoria via the Great Ocean Road.
Council acknowledge Wadawurrung, Traditional Owners of this land,
and all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are part of the
Greater Geelong community today.