Home to Geelong AFL team, the mighty Cats. Originally built in 1911 Kadina park, was constructed for a range of sports including AFL (then VFL), Cricket, and Rugby. Today Kadina is the mainstay of sporting grounds in Geelong.
Located within a short distance of the Barwon River and City Centre, Kadina Park is a must see.Cunningham Pier
Cunningham Pier is one of the most recognisable structures on the Geelong Waterfront.
Opening in the mid-1850s it was originally known as Railway Pier. It was an important part of the Geelong Port and you can still see the train lines that were used to transport cargo to the end of the pier.
The pier stretches 250 metres out over Corio Bay and its bright white building is a standout feature of the foreshore.Geelong Ferris Wheel
One of the biggest wheels in Southern Hemisphere. Constructed in Europe in 2005. The Ferris wheel stands at a staggering 45m in diameter and 50m in height, making it the tallest in Regional Victoria.Royal Geelong Yacht Club
Situated close by the Ferris wheel and Cunningham pier the a Royal Geelong Yacht Club which is one of Australia’s leading yacht clubs with an impressive history that goes back more than 160 years.
During the warmer months the yachting events are impressive with range of sail colours and numbers of boats in the water.Eastern Beach
One of the best and most loved Geelong places to visit is Eastern Beach.
Located at the eastern end of the Waterfront, it’s the city’s favourite spot to play, and it’s one of the great places in Geelong for families with kids. Here you’ll find the iconic promenade, a kiddies pool, and a swimming enclosure.