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Bellarine Peninsula and Surf Coast Trike Day Tour for Two from Melbourne
"This sightseeing tour takes you to the magnificent waterfront precinct of Geelong as a first stop on our way to exploring the Bellarine Peninsula and the wild Surf Coast.Experience the rush of Geelong's magnificent waterfront precinct where we st the Carousel and Steampacket Garden before heading off to explore the beautiful marina at Queenscliff and the history at Point Lonsdale. There are vineyards along the way or if you prefer head straight to the views across Port Phillip Bay’s entrance to P Jan Juc Winki Pop Bell's Beach and Point Addis Marine National Park before proceeding on to Anglesea before returning.Your tour is flexible so you can spend more time at locations allowing you to rush or motor on taking in the scenery and views – it’s your day out"""This private sightseeing trike tour takes you through Melbourne's closest city
From AUD695.00
 
Bellarine Peninsula and Surf Coast Trike Day Tour for Two from Melbourne
"This sightseeing tour takes you to the magnificent waterfront precinct of Geelong as a first stop on our way to exploring the Bellarine Peninsula and the wild Surf Coast.Experience the rush of Geelong's magnificent waterfront precinct where we st the Carousel and Steampacket Garden before heading off to explore the beautiful marina at Queenscliff and the history at Point Lonsdale. There are vineyards along the way or if you prefer head straight to the views across Port Phillip Bay’s entrance to P Jan Juc Winki Pop Bell's Beach and Point Addis Marine National Park before proceeding on to Anglesea before returning.Your tour is flexible so you can spend more time at locations allowing you to rush or motor on taking in the scenery and views – it’s your day out"""This private sightseeing trike tour takes you through Melbourne's closest city
From AUD695.00
 
Geelong and Queenscliff Trike Tour for Two from Melbourne
"This sightseeing tour takes you to the magnificent waterfront precinct of Geelong then skirts part of Corio Bay from Portarlington to St Leonards before reaching historic Queenscliff. Experience the rush of Geelong's magnificent waterfront precinct where we stop for morning tea. Take some time to explore artwork from artist Ja the Carousel and Eastern Beach before we head off again to Geelong's Botanic Gardens on the way to Portarlington. The wonderful seaside village of Portarlington is famous for its Australian Blue Mussels celebrated by the Portarlington Mussel Festival on the second Saturday in January. We pass through this village so we can skirt Corio Bay from Portarlington to St Leonards before reaching historic Queenscliff. This route gives you panoramic views across over Queenscliff Pier to the Rip - our notorious entrance to Port Phillip Bay - or to other parts of the Bay from atop the 360 degree tower. Watch the Queenscliff - Sorrento ferry arrive or depart or explore the boutique shops at the harbour. Some great """Take a private sightseeing trike tour through Melbourne's closest city
From AUD575.00

More Warnings and Dangers in Geelong

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Geelong, Safety on Coastal Beaches

No matter where you travel in the world, the main thing is to enjoy your holiday and to arrive home as healthy and well as when you left home.Australia has many wonderful coastal beaches - most of the...
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Night

While Geelong is a very safe city, like every other city or town, you should still not walk around at night by yourself (male or female). Luckily we don't have a lot of crime (of the physical violence...
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Don't Get Hosed, eh!

Sometimes you need to keep an eye out for those crazy bollards... every once in a while they will be out to hose you!Unless you are Canadian, you may not understand this tip, so do not worry.... just...
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Be Aware - Be Smart

As with travelling anywhere in the world, make sure you carry valuables on your person at all times. Don't leave money or handbags or wallets lying around at any time in any part of the world. Geelong...
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Rotunda and lightning!

If you decide to visit the East Geelong gardens do not under any circumstances sit in the rotunda on a day that looks or is stormy. Over the past few years some people have died when lightning has...
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Magpies

During Spring in Australia (September-November) you must beware of magpies - a black and white coloured bird - because they are very protective of their young. During Spring their kids have hatched...
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Relatively Safe

There aren't really any dangers here, But, that's not to say that things couldn't happen here. As anywhere you might travel, keep your personal possesions and documents in a safe place, and be smart...
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Don't try to see it all in one day

A word of warning:I'd never attempt to see the whole Great Ocean Road in one day. For one thing, there are too many nice towns and attractions to see, and another is the road you're driving on. For...
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Travel Sickness Pills

If you're driving the Great Ocean Rd I recommend that you have something like Travel Calm Ginger (natural) pills on hand, just in case. For me, even travelling for 30 minutes on winding roads with...
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Biggest risk I can think of in...

Biggest risk I can think of in the area would be strong rips in certain beach area's and if you are walking in long grass in the summer months be wary of snakes as Australia has roughly 8 of the ten...
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Top Hotels in Geelong

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10-14 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong, Victoria, 3220, Australia
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14-16 Settlement Road, Belmont Geelong, Geelong, Victoria, 3216, Australia
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13 The Esplanade, Geelong, Victoria, 3220, Australia
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Corner of Ballarat Road and Shannon Avenue, North Geelong, Geelong, Victoria, 3215, Australia
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Corner Gheringhap & Myers Streets, Geelong, Victoria, 3220, Australia
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Cnr Princes Hwy & Kooyong Rd, Geelong, Victoria, 3220, Australia
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Top Things to Do in Geelong

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Geelong Waterfront

Eastern beach has a beautiful hill landscape for jogging, a gated swimming area, stunning views of Corio Bay. Locals and tourists come here to spend morning walk, jogging, photo shooting, and etc. You...
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The Great Ocean Road

From Geelong take the Great Ocean Road and in the area where you can see the famous Apostles you will have the opportunity to get up close to some blowholes, or even climb inside them if the tide is...
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National Wool Museum

Now, a 'wool' museum may not sound like a lot of fun - but this will give you some insight into Australian culture (both now and in the 19th Century) - this is not just a museum full of different...
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Geelong Botanic Gardens

From my emails at the time: "A diffused sun pushed its wan light below the clouds as I surveyed the morning scene overlooking the bay and pondered the advantages of a motorhome; parked here with...
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Geelong Football Club

Geelong has the 2nd oldest Australian Rules football club, founded in 1859. It's home turf, known as 'The Cattery' is the oval in Kardinia Park and the only opportunity left to see a traditional...
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Marpessa

"Geelong - My Home Town... er, City."
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Sweetberry1

"Sweetberry's "Geelong Page""
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cassiejoy42

"Geelong - The Jewel of a City on Corio Bay"
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"Geelong"
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Kate-Me

"Geelong & Great Ocean Road, Victoria"
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