Geelong is a city southwest of Melbourne, Australia. Lining its bay, The Waterfront esplanade has a 19th-century carousel, plus a curved art deco boardwalk and sea bath at Eastern Beach. Scattered along The Waterfront are the Baywalk Bollards, colourful sculptures chronicling city history. The Geelong Botanic Gardens lie at the eastern end of the bay. The central National Wool Museum hosts changing exhibitions.
Old, industrial spaces are being transformed into creative hubs, urban precincts and fabulous eateries. From the conversion of an old mill into the East Coast headquarters of Little Creatures brewing to the transformation of the Waterfront into a spectacular place to stay and play, Geelong has changed. See for yourself.
- Largest event space in the region
- Views of surrounding parklands and Geelong skyline
- Impressive 32 event spaces, to suit a range of budgets and style of event
- Ample, free on-site parking
- In-house AV
- Dedicated culinary team
10 Kilgour Street
Formerly known as Kardinia Park, Shell Stadium, Baytec Stadium, Skilled Stadium and Simonds Stadium, GMHBA Stadium has been Geelong’s home ground for the past 60 years.Located 75 kilometres south-west of Melbourne but only a kilometre from the Geelong city centre, GMHBA Stadium is a modern stadium but one which still gives fans an old-fashioned footy experience with its relaxed atmosphere and standing room terraces.Boasting the largest event space in the region, the Charles Brownlow Stand is the epitome of class. Neutral in design, the space offers external terraces and sweeping floor to ceiling windows, allowing natural light and stunning views over surrounding parklands, Geelong’s skyline and GMHBA Stadium. Located at GMHBA Stadium, Geelong:
- 55 minutes from Melbourne
- 25 minutes from Avalon Airport
- Walking distance to Geelong CBD and South Geelong train station
- Close proximity to accommodation facilities