Victoria's second-largest city has one of the country's most dynamic city centres. The Waterfront - one of the few facing north in Victoria - has an exciting array of restaurants, bars and attractions, from Cunningham Pier, past the Royal Geelong Yacht Club to Eastern Beach. The Waterfront has undergone a $170 million redevelopment over the past five years. The landscaped foreshore contains several restored historic buildings.

An historic woolstores building contains a Deakin University campus and a world-class concert stage, Costa Hall. Eastern Beach features jetties, a famous art-deco swimming pools complex - now restored - parklands, and a world-class restaurant. Smaller reserves and parks dot the foreshore and inner city Geelong. Johnstone Park is home to thetown hall, library and the impressive Geelong Art Gallery. Geelong's commercial and retail centre radiates out from Moorabool Street, the backbone of the town's 1838 survey. The western end of Little Malop Street is the city's cultural precinct, with fine cafes, studios, and art galleries all within walking distance of the Geelong Performing Arts Centre and the Court House Youth Arts Complex.

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