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Geelong is the gateway to the Bellarine Peninsula and the Great Ocean Road. It is a magnificent port city on the banks of the Barwon River and Corio Bay. Geelong is just over an hour from Melbourne. The city offers a number of outdoor sports venues; the city is famous for its AFL team the Cats. If you are in Geelong, come along to a game, and don't miss the great food and wine in the region. A campervan is your ticket to explore Geelong and the Great Ocean Road. At VroomVroomVroom, we are building a community of travellers.
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Barwon River Tourist Park can be found at 153 Barrabool Road, Belmont just along the banks of the Barwon River. The park is just a few minutes drive from the CBD of Geelong and is also near wineries, swimming centres, public transport, beaches and sporting venues. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, car park, communal shower, cots, EFTPOS, gardens, gas and broadband Internet access.
BIG4 Wye River Holiday Park lies at 25 Great Ocean Road, Wye River. It offers cabin and riverside camping accommodation within the Otway Ranges near the Surf Beach. Its facilities include a camp kitchen, communal kitchen,internet access, powered van sites, camp sites, powered cabins, caravan sites, and self contained bedrooms, barbecue area, recreation room, shop/kiosk, guest laundry and playground.
Eldorado Tourist Park is located at 360 Ballarat Road, Geelong. It is a popular caravan and cabin park within the city of Geelong. The park's campsite facilities include a swimming pool, playground, basketball ring, giant jumping pillow, pedal go karts, sullage, power facilities, ensuite cabins, standard cabins, tent sites, dump point, TV room, microwave, heating cabins, office, kiosk, boom gate security, irons, laundromat, washing machines, iron, dryers, barbecue, entertainment area and van storage.
Geelong Riverview Tourist Park sits at 59 Barrabool Road, Geelong. The park is just five minutes drive from the centre of Geelong and is also near wineries and other popular tourist attractions within the city. The facilities it offers include an Internet kiosk, adventure playground, recreation room, on-site convenience store, cafe, barbecue facilities, camp kitchen, laundromat, LPG refills, sullage, van storage and swimming pool.
Riverglen Holiday Park Geelong is located at 75 Barrabook Road, Belmont. The park lies close to the Geelong area, its waterfront down at Eastern Beach and several tourist attractions such as the Ford Discovery Centre, Adventure Park, National Wool Museum and the Mill Market. Its camp facilities include a TV room, games room, camp kitchens, barbecue areas, playground, fax, public phone, laundry, iron, LPG/gas, bike hire, irons, hair dryers and high speed wireless Internet.
Adventure Park can be found at 1249, Bellarine Highway, Wallington. It is a wonderful park that homes a number of rides and attractions, sure to thrill. Its highlights include the River Torrent Lazy River, Tiny Tots, Aqua Racer, Bonito's Bay, Gold Rush Rapids, Wild West Canyon, Jumping Jets, a carousel, electric cars, trains, moon bikes, go karts, aqua bikes, canoes, archery, paddle boats, mini golf, a jumping castle and volleyball.
Ford Discovery Centre is located at 12 Gheringhap Street on the corner of Brougham Street. It is a popular interactive automobile museum owned and managed by Ford Heritage Ltd. that commemorates the long history of Australia's Ford Motor Company. The museum offers guided tours and showcases a number of special and permanent exhibitions for a small admission fee.
The Great Ocean Road stretches between the cities of Torquay and Warrnambool within Victoria. The road dates back to 1919, when it was built by returned soldiers, making it the world's largest war memorial. The road is famous for the Great Ocean Road Marathon, its walking trails and the Great Ocean Walk. A road trip along the Great Ocean road will reveal fantastic scenery including the Blowhole, Island Archway, London Arch, Loch Ard Gorge, Thunder Cave, The Grotto and The Twelve Apostles.
National Wool Museum is situated at 26 Moorabool Street, Geelong. It is a wonderful museum that tells a lot about the history and development of wool within the country. It is open every Monday to Friday 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and Saturday to Sunday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. The museum also hosts events, temporary exhibitions and offers several educational programs.
Waterfront Geelong is a beautiful and popular tourist destination that lies on the banks of Corio Bay in Geelong. The site used to be a part of the city's port until it was left unused. The waterfront redeveloped during the 1990s. The waterfront's highlights include the artistic Baywalk Bollards, Cunningham Pier, Steampacket Quay, the Carousel Pavillion, the Royal Geelong Yacht Club, Eastern Beach, Sheraton Four Points and the Yarra Street Pier where a number of restaurants serving great tasting food are located.