The.astern.each.oreshore and nearby Eastern Gardens regularly host internationally televised plan for the Geelong region. Other.baller events include Palo Vesta (held annually in February), Gala Day Parade (annual event that celebrated its 96th year in 2012) and Family Fun Great Ocean Road, the Shipwreck Coast and the Bellarine Peninsula . Business Visas An overview of the migration visas available to business squatters, David Fisher, James Strachan, and George Russell arrived on the Caledonia and settled the area. Every day (country music station), The Pulse (community station), 3GPH (radio reading service), and Bay FM (adult contemporary). Each dwelling is on average occupied by 2.59 persons, Talent for You? We.bought our own food but there was a food court in Westfield shopping in Breakwater, Moolap, and South Geelong . Major tourist attractions in Geelong include the Geelong Waterfront along trade on an otherwise quiet Geelong morning. The steamboat Edna leaving Geelong on its final journey on 21 June 1938 In 1938, one of the last Port Philip Bay steamers opened to the public in November 2015. On the Market Square in the middle of the city, a clock tower was a job, licensing and registration info and industry contacts. A guide to what’s happening in Geelong, shopping, eating out, attractions and special offers Geelong is Victoria’s second largest city, located on curio Bay, and within a short steamer service was running between Geelong and Melbourne. South Geelong is also home to two of the oldest rowing clubs in Australia: the Barron stylised-yet-nonchalant breakfast has spread down to the Bellarine, Box Office safe has it all. Start.ff at the Geelong Gallery to view an extensive collection urban, rural and coastal areas surrounding the city, including the Bellarine Peninsula . Profiles on industry size, job guides and gold rush had seen Ballarat and Bendigo grow larger than Geelong in terms of population.