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The closest amazing beach to swim near Melbourne, Geelong!!💕 I can't even count how many times I went to Geelong cuz I used to go there to swim every weekend. The main beach was surrounded by this little small hill and the beach has amazing stuffs like 5m of diving poll, and the floating wooden trail to take a walk on the beach! Oh are you going there with kids or are you afraid of beach? Don't worry there's this little pool for kids and parents, indeed there is shower facility too ☺️ It absolutely is the best destination for summer picnic and oh! I almost forgot to tell you that they have this ferris wheel which is amazingly fun too! Don't forget to try fresh fish&chips along the beach as well🤤 #givethanks #melbourneguide #givethanks
There is lots of good information about this area located at the visitors center. You can find out more about the Great Ocean Road and the sights of Geelong. Very interesting city and part of Australia. There is a train from Melbourne. #wintergetaway #wintergetaway
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Located in the western part of Melbourne, 76 kilometers south of Melbourne, Geelong has a population of approximately 200,000 and is the second largest city in Victoria. There are many tourist and entertainment spots around it, such as the Safari Park, the Wool Museum, the Naval Museum, and Victoria's largest theme park, Adventure Park. Of course, for many people who visit the Great Ocean Road, there is not much time to watch, and they can only rush through like us. As a former seaport, there are countless boats moored here every day, and there are also piles for rafting on the shore. With the development of the times, the stakes were gradually abandoned, but they became treasures in the eyes of the artist Jan Mitchell. As a result, more than 100 people of different shapes and colorful woods were born. Each group of wood people has their own stories behind them: there are couples who commemorate World War II, and volunteer infantry bands, representing the different history of Geelong. period.