Geelong and the Bellarine combine charming coastal villages with a lively and evolving waterfront precinct. The must-see region transforms into a cycling mecca from 30 January to 2 February.
Here you can dine at award-winning restaurants, explore hip laneways, head out to nearby vineyards and breweries and enjoy the best family water play experiences in the state.
Home to the towering 12 Apostles, iconic surf breaks, pristine rainforest, gourmet food trails and an abundance of native wildlife.
In this part of the world, there’s no shortage of outdoor adventures – from cycling, bushwalking, surfing, mountain biking and much more.
Cadel’s Australian home base, Barwon Heads, famously painted itself yellow when he won the 2011 Tour de France! Here, you can soak up the coastal scenery all year round, there’s a beach for every occasion and three of Australia’s Top 50 public access courses.
When it comes to exploring the nearby Bellarine Peninsula, there’s no better way than riding the Bellarine Rail Trail from South Geelong to Queenscliff.
This is the surfing capital of Australia and home to the longest running surf competition in the world, the Rip Curl Pro.
In 2020, the famous surf coast town will also host the inaugural Towards Zero Race Torquay – our elite men’s and women circuit races.