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The Best Restaurants in Geelong

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Australian

The Shed @ Terindah

90 McAdams Ln, 3223, Bellarine

8.1 / 10
150 reviews

Average price $65

Australian

169 King St, 2042, Newtown

7.4 / 10
8 reviews

Australian

RACV Torquay, 1 Great Ocean Road, 3228, Torquay

7.4 / 10
18 reviews

Seafood

Shop 4, 4 Wharf St East, 3225, Queenscliff

6.7 / 10
15 reviews

Average price $55

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Australian

2-10 Station St, 3222, Drysdale

9.6 / 10
98 reviews

American

76 Preston Street, 3218, Geelong West

9.3 / 10
26 reviews

Australian

76 Preston Street, 3218, Geelong West

9.3 / 10
41 reviews

Thai

294 King St, 2042, Newtown

9.3 / 10
370 reviews

Average price $45

American

6 Mary Street, 2042, Newtown

Greek

365 King Street, 2042, Newtown

Chinese

Shop 2/63-71 Enmore Rd, 2042, Newtown

8.9 / 10
9 reviews

Greek

480 King St, 2042, Newtown

8.8 / 10
56 reviews

Indian

3/13 Erskineville Road, 2042, Newtown

8.7 / 10
571 reviews

Average price $45

InsiderAustralian

33 Enmore Rd, 2042, Newtown

Average price $50

Japanese

1/239 King St, 2042, Newtown

8.4 / 10
12 reviews

Nepalese

165 King Street, 2042, Newtown

7.9 / 10
154 reviews

The Best Restaurants in Geelong

Less than an hour's drive from Melbourne, Geelong is the perfect place to spend a long weekend. The Waterfront esplanade features a 19th-century carousel, a curved art deco boardwalk and a sea bath at Eastern Beach.

This area is home to some of Australia's best regional dining. Geelong's Little Malop Street is home to coffee spots, cellar doors and food joints. Visit the always-buzzing Pakington Street, featuring converted industrial spaces full of hip cafes, bars, restaurants, accommodation and galleries. Journey beyond Geelong and you’ll find a cluster of tantalising winery restaurants and a gastronomic journey throughout the Bellarine Peninsula.

With an interesting history, waterfront views and quality local produce, there are plenty of reasons to visit Victoria’s second-largest city.

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