There is a reason why Geelong is the fastest growing regional city in Australia. In Geelong, people take their time to appreciate life and everything it has to give. They celebrate simple joys, genuine connections, and pause to feel the sand beneath their feet.
Geelong is well-known and much loved for its big city feel, without the congestion. Affectionately called G-Town, everything is within easy reach, so you can spend more time doing the things you love, be it sports, shopping, or exploring the cafés and diverse eateries. In case you didn’t know, Geelong gave us Furphy. Well, it’s made here at the Little Creatures Brewery. It is also home to the Geelong Cats, and team spirit is thick in the air during the footy season.
Life in Geelong Quarter’s Ryrie Home is life in the thick of it. With the foreshore 500m north and the CBD 500m east—not to mention parks, theatres, galleries, cafés and restaurants all within walking distance—Ryrie Home offers a level of culture and connection unmatched in Geelong.
When it comes to lifestyle, culture and entertainment, Geelong has so much to offer. Westfield Geelong and Market Square Shopping Centre cater to shoppers of all ages, while the Geelong Arts Centre, art galleries, and local theatre companies contribute to a vibrant arts scene. A few minutes from the city centre, Pakington Street, or Pako to the locals, is the go-to destination for exciting night life, fine dining and trendy bars. Little Malop Street is another favourite for some of Geelong’s best restaurants, cocktail and whisky bars.
Provenance Wines is an award winning 5 star winery, set in a beautiful industrial Cathedral on the banks of the Barwon River.
The heritage-listed Paper Mill, where Provenance calls home, is a place to discover beautiful wine, food, art and interesting laneways with eclectic shops and galleries.
City of Dreams caught up with co-owner Scott Ireland to chat about this fantastic location.
RONE, aka Tyrone Wright, is a Geelong born artist with an international reputation of the highest order.
Over the past two decades, his large scale wall paintings and immersive installations are the work of a person with extreme talent.
City of Dreams caught up with Tyrone, to chat about how it all began, his amazing artistry and most impressive exhibition at the Geelong Gallery.
One of Geelong’s most under-utilised sites is finally being developed – as the city’s biggest mixed-use project.
DISPLAY SUITE NOW OPEN
Open for inspection or by private appointment.
78 Little Malop St, Geelong
1800 RYRIE HOME
Thursday 11am-1pm &
Saturday 10am-1pm, or by private appointment
By private appointment only