Geelong & The Bellarine - 3 Top Accessible Tourism Attractions
The Geelong waterfront offers paved paths to walk or wheel. This cosmopolitan and vibrant area is a hive of activity with restaurants and cafes, beautiful landscaped gardens, attractions and public art, all with amazing views of Corio bay. There are over 100 bollards to admir along the way.
Along Geelong’s vibrant waterfront precinct, an iconic 1872 bluestone woolstore beckons you into an Australian cultural treasure.
The National Wool Museum tells the timeless Australian story of wool, fibre and textiles, alongside a range of contemporary exhibitions, public programs and special events. The entrance and all 3 museum levels are accessible by ramp, making this is a fun and interactive visit for the entire family.
Port Phillip Ferries operates daily between picturesque Portarlington and the Docklands. And in December 2019, daily services begin from the Geelong waterfront and Docklands. It doesn’t get much better than escaping the hustle and bustle of the city onboard the ferry for a day-trip to the Bellarine. And even better still? Packing your bags for an overnight or extended stay in one of our holiday homes.