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What suburbs are included in Greater Geelong?

The City of Greater Geelong includes the suburbs and localities of Anakie (part), Armstrong Creek, Avalon, Balliang (part), Barwon Heads, Batesford (part), Bell Park, Bell Post Hill, Bellarine, Belmont, Breakwater, Breamlea (part), Ceres, Charlemont, Clifton Springs, Connewarre (part), Corio, Curlewis, Drumcondra.

What area does Greater Geelong cover?

1,248 km²
Greater Geelong City/Area

The City of Greater Geelong is a local government area in the Barwon South West region of Victoria, Australia, located in the western part of the state. It covers an area of 1,248 square kilometres (482 sq mi) and, in June 2018, had a population of 252,217.

Is Torquay part of Greater Geelong?

Greater Geelong City

name area (sq km) comments
South Barwon city 165.4 Urban, rural; incl Belmont, Barwon Heads, Torquay
Geelong West city 5.3 Older urban
Geelong city 13.4 Older urban and business centre
Newtown city 6.2 Older urban

How many suburbs are there in Geelong?

Pages in category “Suburbs of Geelong” The following 62 pages are in this category, out of 62 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).

Is Highton a good suburb?

Overall, Highton is very safe and family friendly. It’s a neat and tidy area which offers a great community environment. Lastly, it offers a convenient location for Melbourne commuters with the ring road right at its side.

What is the best suburb in Geelong?

Jan Juc has taken top honours as the most popular place in the Geelong region for homebuyers searching online in 2020. In a year when coronavirus drove demand for the perfect lifestyle property, the tightly held Surf Coast township’s natural attractions had plenty of pulling power.

What are the bad suburbs of Geelong?

GEELONG’s suburbs are among the worst in the state for home break-ins, with residents facing the highest risk of burglary in regional Victoria. New figures released by the RACV reveal the northern suburbs of Corio, Norlane and North Shore are the most at-risk regional suburbs, with one in every 37 houses burgled.

What are the bad areas of Geelong?

It’s been a few years since I’ve lived in Geelong, but here’s my list of not so nice places:

  • Corio. Certainly the worst suburb in Geelong.
  • Norlane.
  • Whittington.
  • North Shore.
  • There’s a few other pockets here and there (like some of East Belmont) which are a tiny bit scummy, but not at all dangerous.

Is Geelong Regional greater?

Geelong is ideally located on Port Philip Bay and at the gateway to the famous Great Ocean Road. Situated only 75km southwest of Melbourne and as the most populous city in regional Victoria, Geelong offers a range of economic and lifestyle opportunities.

Where is the seat of government in Geelong?

The City is governed and administered by the Greater Geelong City Council; its seat of local government and administrative centre is located at the council headquarters in Geelong, it also has service centres located in Drysdale, Ocean Grove and several other locations within Geelong.

How big is the city of Geelong Australia?

The City of Greater Geelong is a local government area in the Barwon South West region of Victoria, Australia, located in the western part of the state. It covers an area of 1247 km2 and, at the 2016 Census, had a population of 233,429.

What is the Access Map for the Geelong Waterfront?

The Access Map Central Geelong and Waterfront outlines accessible parking, gradients, seating, telephones, local landmarks and accessible travel routes in Central Geelong and the Geelong Waterfront.

Where is I am sculpture located in Geelong?

The City of Greater Geelong is proud to announce the completion of I AM sculpture, temporarily located on the forecourt of the Carousel, Eastern Beach. Futsal Geelong are now taking expressions of interest for junior and senior teams for the Summer period at Barwon Valley Activity Centre.