For those who have missed the news, the biggest wine tour/festival is happening in the region all weekend, with more than 25 wineries involved across the Moorabool Valley, the Bellarine and the Surf Coast/Otways.
Following an explosion of new styles, collaborations and experiments, the Australian craft beer scene is creating more enticing brews than ever. With craft beer on the rise, the couple behind Torquay’s Blackman’s Brewery, Renn and Jess Blackman, have bought their beloved brew to the heart of Geelong with their very own brewery bar.
There’s a reason it’s called Geelong’s wine, food and music festival.
Burger lovers of Victoria (which is pretty much all of us, to be honest) this one’s for you.
Deliciousness is a click away.
The warmer weather screams for cold, refreshing and fruity drinks, and that’s why it’s pretty great news that Boost is opening a new location in town.
As if Blackman’s Brewery bar and the Hot Chicken Project isn’t a match made in heaven?
When the warmer weather rolls around, so do the many beer, wine and cider festivals that beg for you to sip a cold one in the barmy afternoon.
We all love a good eatery, especially adding places to out ‘to try’ list. Below is a rundown of the Geelong-Otway region venues who made the cut and will go on to the state competition for the Golden Plate awards.
There has been a rise in the quality and popularity of the humble burger over the past couple of years. This new wave of burgers is taking over, and one place that consistently delivers is Grill’d – the prevalent chain restaurant specialising in healthy burgers. And now, Geelong has an extra spot to pick up one of their delicious meals with a brand new store in Geelong West.