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Throw your clubs in the boot and make your way around the bay to one of Victoria's premier golfing destinations. Choose from a range of courses across the region, from Geelong to Queenscliff, Portarlington to the famous fairways of Barwon Heads.

Revel in stunning coastal views, crisp sea air and friendly wildlife when you test your skills on one of the renowned courses at Barwon Heads. This coastal village is home to three of the top 50 Australian public access courses as ranked by Ausgolf. Tee off at Thirteenth Beach on Nick Faldo's Creek Course or trust your day to the design by Tony Cashmore at the Beach Course. The heritage-listed Barwon Heads Golf Club is a much lauded favourite and known for its ambience and old world charm.

Other memorable golfing hot spots include Queenscliff's 'island course' and the Curlewis Golf Club, which came in at number 78 in Golf Australia's top 100 courses in 2016.

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Geelong & the Bellarine


Curlewis Golf Club

Situated on a sandy base with a minimum of trees and naturally undulating couch fairways, Curlewis Golf Club is a Vern Morcom designed links type...


Thirteenth Beach Golf Links

Thirteenth Beach Golf Links is a Nationally Ranked 36 hole golf and residential precinct located in Barwon Heads. In 2013, 2014 and 2015 Thirteenth...


Geelong Golf Club

After being closed for more than a decade, the Geelong Golf Club has re-opened with a new look. The previous 18 hole course have been replaced with a...


Portarlington Golf Club

Welcome to Portarlington Golf Club, an excellent 18 hole course on Victoria's beautiful Bellarine Peninsula. Portarlington is a tree lined,...


Barwon Heads Golf Club

Nestled among the coastal dunes just metres from the spectacular Victorian Surf Coast, the exceptional Barwon Heads Golf Club is one of the most...


Lonsdale Golf Club

Located on the Bellarine Peninsula, only 90 minutes from Melbourne and 25 minutes from Geelong, the Lonsdale is open to Green Fee players, social...


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Art and culture

Wander through galleries and artist studios, check out public artworks, and delve into the local history at villages up and down the peninsula.

Food & wine

Bellarine Taste Trail

Treat your tastebuds to the best of the Bellarine Peninsula. Savour the local flavours at wineries, farmgates, provedores, restaurants, cafes and more.

Outdoor activities

Walking and hiking

From rugged bush trails and lakeside strolls to spectacular coastal paths, the walks in the Geelong and Bellarine region are bound to inspire.

Food & wine

Geelong wine region

Explore the Geelong wine region's diverse sub-regions from surf coast to volcanic plains making its food, wine and landscape resist any label.