Serviced apartments on the Eastern beach in Geelong.
Great location.Next to the Sheraton and with the opportunity to use the pool and gym of the Sheraton Hotel.Garage/Parking for free.
If you are coming to Geelong in January, one of the best choices you can make is to bring your own yacht or boat. It appeared to me that the town was definitely filled with more people than hotel rooms, so after a little investigation, we noticed that most of these ships do have places for you to sleep. From the looks of some of these seaworthy motels, I would bet that this is where most of your vacation will be moored!
If you are after "moor" information, it is best to contact the marina directly on the links below:
Gateway Hotel on the Princes Highway, Corio has motel style accomodation at a reasonable rate - from AU$65.00.
Motel rooms are from AU$65.00.
Gateway Hotel is close to Geelong City and close to other venues, shopping centres, halls, etc.
Close to the city of Greater Geelong.
Bayview Hotel has backpacker accommodation. Centrally located, and close to beach, shopping, and many other activities and attractions.
What made Johanna Beach so special was that it was the only point on our map which offered camp sites right on the coastline of the Great Ocean Road (and you couldn't get much closer than this - we were right up behind the sand dunes)
The views were Number 1: From our slightly elevated position we could just see the ocean from the grassy area allotted for tent sites.
A nice touch was the provided toilets and tap to wash your hands (some campsites have neither) AND the long drop outback toilet didn't stink.
There was a minimal charge to camp there overnight (about $10) but they omitted to leave any box for the money and no one knew what to do so we just kept it :-)
Sea Mist Holiday Apartments
are perfect if you require fully self-contained facilities. Located on the foreshore, and within easy walking distance of Geelong's CBD, Shopping, Resturants, Cinema, Botanical Gardens, and many other activities.
Centrally located and close to many attractions. Across the road from the beach.
Inside Geelong and surrounding townships you can find all types of accommodations from wonderful week end cottages to caravan parks (.Barwon heads caravan park is great)
Grand style hotels ,modest camping area's to great country style motels.
In the summer months accommodation can be hard to find because the Geelong penisular
is one of the states top 2 coast holiday get aways.
Melbourne people flock to all parts of geelond coast.
with good reason put simply it's worth it.The View grand would be hard pressed to beat in terms of spendour
this hotel has differnt packages so I cant say how much a room is .
My girl payed as a birthday pressie..
not bad since I get stuck paying every thing else hehehe.
The View grand in Queenscliff is a must for the more well to do older traveler.
It has been serving up great food and lodgings for well over a hundred years.
Having been lucky enough to stay there in the last month I can recommend it.
how ever people my age may want a faster type placethough I don't even know if it fair to say that as we felt more than comfortable here and had a great time
The food In there dinning room is both first class and well presented.
I ate there on a Saturady night and it was totally full of guest both from melbourne and geelong(30 min drive away.)
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