Victoria’s second city is a thriving commercial and industrial centre and major port, but for most travellers, Geelong is just a place to pass through en route to Torquay and the
Great Ocean Road.
The nicest part of Geelong is the pleasant waterfront area, which has lots of bars, restaurants and cafes and the Wool Museum is also worth a visit.
The Geelong bus network use the same Myki ticketing system that is used in Melbourne. Buses cost $2.20–3.80 for a two-hour ticket or $4.40–7.60 for a day ticket.
There are also some suburban train services run by V/line, although services only run around once per hour.