What’s open in Geelong for the Easter Long Weekend 2024

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What’s open in Geelong for the Easter Long Weekend 2024

Justin Lane

There's plenty of local spots to visit this weekend - just remember to save your Easter eggs for dessert.

It’s the Easter long weekend and between sleep-ins and chocolate eggs, there are plenty of spots to visit if you feel like venturing out for a coffee or proper meal.

Here are the cafes, restaurants and bars staying open in Geelong over the four-day weekend, from Friday, March 29 to Monday, April 1, or for some portion of it.

Keep up with the latest food and booze news across the region here.

Please note, this list is not exhaustive. There are plenty more businesses that are most likely opening their doors for the long weekend, so if there’s somewhere you’re craving be sure to check their website or socials directly.

Sweet Adeline Cafe

Whether you’re keen to hit the walking track or just stock up on some sweets, Sweet Adeline Cafe is the pop-up you need to swing by. They are also hosting an Easter Toy Hunt which is sure to be a hit with the kids.

They’ll be open all weekend from 8am-2pm.

Where: 1/560 Latrobe Blvd, Newtown

63 Degrees, Geelong West

Pakington Street is on to another winner in the mint green façade that is 63 Degrees. With an ever-changing seasonal menu 63 Degrees rotates a huge range of brunch options sure to keep brunch aficionados on their toes.

The team at 63 will be slinging the goods all long weekend from 9am until 2pm.

Where: 140 Pakington Street, Geelong West

Pickers Union

Serving delicious food every day, The Pickers Union are a favourite amongst the crew at Forte, and they’ve got a decent brekky and lunch menu sure to get the taste buds dancing feverishly!

They’ll be open 10am-3pm Saturday, Sunday and Easter Monday.

Where: 3 Mackey Street, Geelong.

The Grove Coffee Co

Renowned for its great quality coffee, simple but quality-driven food, and an ethos of friendly, light-hearted service driven by a want to please, this little gem is also open over Easter. Open 6:30-12:30 every day.

Where: 2/85 The Terrace, Ocean Grove


When talking about the great service at a cafe people often mention how great it is when the staff knows them by name. But how often do you find a place where the staff knows the names of the canine regulars as well? Offering Clark St Coffee (a brand renowned for its sustainable ethos and emphasis on environmentally-friendly packaging), Paddington Café is the go-to for when you need a buzz that both does the job and is rich in delicious flavours.

Paddington will be open for takeaway only on Friday and Saturday from 8am.

Where: 134B High St, Belmont

No. 10 James Street

This quirky cafe is famed for it’s great coffee, stunning bread baked onsite, exceptional service and quality atmosphere. Formerly James Street Bakery, No. 10 James Street will be open 8am-3pm on Easter Saturday only.

Where: 10 James Street, Geelong.

Winters Cafe

Located at the river end of Pako, Winters has become a mainstay in the Geelong brekky scene. Their menu comes equipped with a local, seasonal focus meaning you’re always going to get the best locally sourced ingredients Geelong has to offer.

They’ll be open Easter Monday from 9am-2pm.

Where: 330 Pakington St, Newtown.

That Place Patisserie

If you’re looking to teleport yourself to the streets of Paris on this public holiday, there’s no better place to start than at That Place Patisserie in Belmont. Head here to pick up those last-minute buns.

They’ll be open Good Friday only from 7-11am and for order collection Saturday from 8am – 11am

Where: 110b Mt Pleasant Rd, Belmont

9 Grams, Torquay, Newtown, Mount Duneed and Geelong

Bless those that know the public holidays should not be devoid of caffeine. If you’re looking for a brew, these guys are your saving grace and will be slinging takeaways coffees and sweets. We’ll be asking for a double shot…

Open 7am to 4pm on the public holiday across all venues so plenty of time for coffee and brunch!

Where: 1/343 Pakington Street, Newtown; 101 Unity Drive, Mount Duneed; 1 Malop Street, Geelong; and 6 Gilbert Street, Torquay.

Blank Space

Providing flavoursome and fresh dishes and exceptional Constant Coffee, supporting local suppliers, and featuring many sweet, savoury, gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan options, it’ll be hard not to find multiple things that tickle your fancy.

They’ll be opening the doors on Easter Saturday and Sunday from 8am-2pm.

Where: 4/343 Pakington Street, Newtown.


In the heart of Torquay is the new home to Mortadeli, a modern twist on a retro deli with a whole lot of soul, looking to keep traditions alive, in a modern and simple way.

They’ll be open Fri and Sat 8am-5pm, and Sun and Mon 8am-3pm with the grocer section open 10am-5pm daily.

Where: Shop 8/4-6 Gilbert Street, Torquay

King of the Castle

KOTC never fails to hit the cravings when it comes to caffeine and all things delicious, especially with their Kings Breakfast, brioche French Toast, banoffee waffles and avocado toast.

Luckily for those spending the long weekend in Geelong, KOTC will be open from 7:30am-2pm every day.

Where: 24 Pakington Street, Geelong

Local Geelong

Local Geelong is a well-loved cafe slinging coffee, cake, brunch and pastries all day. With treats seven days a week and some of the smoothest coffee around town, we’re stoked that the team have decided to stay open all long weekend! Slinging takeaway goods for all, you’ll be able to load up with a range of pastries, buns, bread and snacks.

Open from 7:30am-12pm on  Fri, Sat, Sun and Mon.

Where: 175 McKillop St, Geelong

Untitled, Armstrong Creek & Geelong

They might be known for their famous bagels (seriously, so good), but the overarching reason we race down there on the daily is for their piping hot cups of coffee, made with their own specialty blend ‘Smooth Blend’, courtesy of Three Little Beans roastery, located right here in Geelong.

Geelong venue will be open Friday and Saturday 8am-2pm, and Armstrong Creek will be open Saturday and Monday 8am-3pm

Where: Shop T14: 500-540 Torquay Road, Armstrong Creek & 197 Yarra Street, Geelong.

Warralily Cockatoo

If you ever find yourself asking what’s better than a morning sleep in, the answer is a day spent with an excellent coffee in one hand and a spoonful of something delicious in the other – and both can be done at Warralily Cockatoo on the public holiday.

They’ll be open all weekend.

Where: Warralily Village Shop 19, 3/33 Central Bvd, Armstrong Creek

Surfside Café

If you feel like hitting the beach or exploring OG, these guys (winners of the best coffee btw) will be open Saturday and Easter Monday 8am-3pm

Where: 65/70 Shell Rd, Ocean Grove

Wild Goat Coffee Co

Whether it’s a flat white, cappuccino, long black, a latte on ice or even a mocha choc you’re after, Wild Goat’s friendly but speedy baristas have you sorted, churning out high quality coffees at an impressive rate. Drive on through and grab a coffee to go. Open 7:30am-1pm all weekend.

Where: 42 Fellmongers Rd, Breakwater


Sodi on Pakington Street is the dog friendly café that serves up brunch options for humans and their four-legged friends. They’ll be open from 7am-1pm on Good Friday and Easter Saturday, Easter Sunday from 7am-12pm, and Easter Monday from 8am-2pm..

Where: 149 Pakington St, Geelong West

Darling West

Darling West is the adorable and wholesome new look from the Three Little Figs team! Family vibes, great food and epic coffee. They’re open Friday 7am-3pm. Saturday 8am-3pm.

Where: 240 Pakington St, Geelong West

Box Office

Box Office might just be the most exciting shipping container in Geelong, serving up a whole host of café classics and international-themed dishes.

Serving coffee from Axil Coffee Roasters, these guys are open for all your coffee and food needs from 6:30am, plus are open nights Friday and Saturday this week, as well as 6.30am – 4pm Easter Monday.

Where: 77 Preston St, Geelong West

The Salty Dog Café

A café located right on the beach, this one is perfect for you and your pup’s morning coffee. There’s nothing like soaking up the view over Fisherman’s beach with a selection of breakfasts, toasties, beverages and cakes. You’ll find a tonne of water bowls scattered around the place as well as puppaccinos and plenty of space to stretch their little legs. Salty dogs are always welcome.

Bring your doggo by from 6am to pick up your goods and then mosey on down to the beach to spend your Easter long weekend.

Where: 50 The Esplanade, Torquay

Bean Squeeze

These coffee drive-throughs are spotted all over Geelong and they’ve good for much more than just speedy coffees. If you’ve got a furry pal with you, you’ll get some smacko treats with your drink. Perfect for when you’re on the run!

For the Easter long weekend, they’ll be open from across various times between 5:30am – 5:30pm at various locations.

Where: various locations around town

Mercy Cafe

Operating out of a beautifully renovated shipping container, Mercy serves up some damn fine cups of Mikro Coffee Roasters coffee with a food menu that features a bevvy of sandwiches and baguettes all made on-site.

Mercy will be open on the public holidays from 7-1 for takeaway only on Fri and Mon, and from 7-2 Sat and Sun.

Where: 401 Eastern Park Circuit, Geelong

Iberia Geelong

Your favourite Geelong local cafe serving up coffee, food & liquor. Locally roasted coffee, a fresh, delicious and considered menu. Iberia will be open all weekend from 8am-2pm

Where: 137 Shannon Ave, Manifold Heights.

Skinny Dippers Café

Renowned for their Gluten-free, dairy-free, paleo and vegan/vegetarian whole foods. Open Easter Monday 8-2 at Newtown and 8-2 every day at East Geelong.

Where: 2 Lambert Ave, Newtown & 261 Myers St, East Geelong.

Kyosk Cafe

Kyosk Café is in Ocean Grove and is dedicated to serving up delicious food, booze and coffee from 7am all Easter long weekend.

Where: 91 The Parade, Ocean Grove

Maple Bakery

Canadian Inspired Bakery in the heart of Torquay. Serving coffee supplied by Surf Coast Coffee Roasters with modern or traditional treats. Open from 8am to 2pm every day over the long weekend.

Where: 40/10 Cylinders Drive, Torquay

Van Loons Café

Van Loons Café serves delicious house-made meals and cakes and they’ll be open from 9am all Easter long weekend.

Where: 405 Grubb Rd, Wallington

Woodhouse Café

Tucked away on the busy Belmont High Street strip, get your caffeine hit from 8am until 2pm on Saturday and Easter Monday.

Where: 170A High St, Belmont

Great Ocean Road Chocolaterie

There’s no denying this venue’s pull. Chocolate and ice cream, is there anything else you need in life? Well yes, they do coffee too. Open from 9am-5pm every single day over Easter – and there’s a whole lot of fun Easter treats!!

Where:1200, Great Ocean Road, Bellbrae.


Pavilion Geelong is a modern cafe along the shore of Eastern Beach, serving breakfast, lunch, coffee, and takeaway sweet and savoury treats. Open from 6:30am-4pm every day over the Easter long weekend if you’re after a scenic caffeine hit.

Where: 95 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong


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Frankie Geelong

Emanating a rich and welcoming ambience suited to smart casual dining, Frankie is elevated further by the exceptional menu on offer. Spanning all parts of Asia, the result is a stunning feast that will transport your tastebuds to cloud nine, welcoming the summer season in the very best way. Frankie will be open Friday 5-late, Saturday 12-late, and Easter Monday 5pm-late.

Where: 9-11 Malop Street, Geelong

Baah Lah

Stamped with innovation and packed full of personality, Baah Lah! places seasonal and locally sourced produce at centre stage, delivering a polished, evolving menu that reflects the best of the region and surroundings. They are open Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday 5:30pm to late. A 15% public holiday surcharge applies.

Where: 1/100 Pakington Street, Geelong West

1915 Geelong

Set in the former Federal Woollen Mills, one of the city’s most iconic and historic buildings, and beneath the historic North Geelong smokestack, is 1915, a whimsical restaurant laced with old-world charm. They’re closed Good Friday and Easter Monday but open for the rest of the Easter long weekend.

Where: BH2 / 33 Mackey Street, North Geelong


For an intimate occasion, Emerge Dining is a favourite within the region specialising in premium steak. They’re closed Good Friday, but open Saturday, Sunday and Monday.

Where: 112 Ryrie Street, Geelong

La Cachette

Translating to ‘the hideaway’ in French, La Cachette is a modern, intimate and quiet 25-seat bistro, tucked away in Steampacket Place on the lush Geelong Waterfront. They’ll be open Good Friday and Easter Saturday.

Where: Steampacket Place, Geelong Waterfront

Fisherman’s Pier

Sitting pretty along Geelong waterfront and offering fresh, hand-picked seafood on the dining menu, you’re guaranteed to have a unique sea-filled treat at Fisherman’s Pier.

They’re open all Easter long weekend from 11:30pm-2:30pm for lunch and 5:30pm-9:30pm for dinner.

Where: 1a Yarra Street, Geelong

El Santo

With a range of Mexican dishes, including tasty tacos, quesadillas, burritos and even chimichangas, it’s always a good idea to head to El Santo for a festive dining experience like no other. Sombreros optional.

Open Friday and Saturday for Easter.

Where: 115 Ryrie Street, Geelong

BeachHouse Barwon Heads

Once the old Fire Station, BeachHouse Barwon Heads showcases some of the Bellarine Peninsula’s finest produce, wine, cider and beer.

The BeachHouse will be open all long weekend.

Where: 48 Hitchcock Ave, Barwon Heads

Recess Bar

Recess is Central Geelong’s only Gluten-Free Restaurant offering you a space to run around, have a snack, play with friends and make new ones! For Easter, they’re open Good Friday with Drag Shows, Easter Saturday with bottomless lunch and Saucy Saturday drag show and Easter Sunday for bottomless dinner. Plus there is no added public holiday surcharge – win!

Where: 247 Moorabool Street, Geelong

Tomodachi Izakaya & Bar 2.0

Experience Japanese-inspired brunch, casual lunches and bowls of tenderly-cooked ramen on Geelong’s stunning waterfront. They’ll be open from 8.15am all Easter long weekend and 9am Easter Monday.

Where: 6/8 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong

Justin Lane, Geelong

A year ago now Burleigh’s much-loved pizzeria Justin Lane has made the trip down South, bringing everything there is to love about the beach-facing Italian hotspot to the Geelong waterfront, including masterfully-crafted pasta made fresh in-house, gourmet sourdough-base pizzas, and salads perfect for sharing.

They’re open 12pm to late from Good Friday through to Easter Monday.

Where: 57-59 Brougham St, Geelong

Caledonia Shores

Caledonia Shores is a relatively new spot that captures the waterfront’s unique energy and inimitable soul, giving diners a cosily lit front-row seat to the breathtaking views of Geelong’s Eastern Beach.

It’s open all Easter long weekend.

Where: 95 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong

Bob Sugar

With a focus on super-fresh ingredients and authentic techniques, pretty much everything you’ll find within the four walls of Bob Sugar is mouth-wateringly delicious. They’re open all Easter long weekend except Easter Monday.

Where: 17 The Esplanade, Torquay


Take your love out to dine on the waterfront with gorgeous bay views while you enjoy an epic spread at Geelong’s Novotel. Open all weekend with various special events to book.

Where: 10-14 Eastern Beach Road, Geelong

Toki Modern Japanese

From the moment you slide your way up the stairs at the newly developed site at 4-6 Gilbert Street and into the up-scale restaurant, you’re left breathless by the hushed, calming and elegant atmosphere. Open Friday and Saturday.

Where: 4-6 Gilbert Street, Torquay

Meet Me At Mary’s

Meet Me At Mary’s takes form as part dining room, part lounge, part wine bar, where the owners lean into their deep-seated love of modern Australian fare with worldly twists and drinks to match. Open Saturday and Sunday. 

Where: 66 Pakington Street, Geelong.

Che Vuoi

Staying true to their roots, the guys at Barwon Head’s rustic Italian restaurant Che Vuoi are using authentic techniques and recipes from their Nonna, hoping to share the love they feel in food. Their modus operandi? Come as a guest, leave as a friend. So Italian!

For Easter, they’re open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 47 Hitchcock Avenue, Barwon Heads

Pistol Pete’s Food N Blues

Pistol Pete’s Food n Blues is a Southern American, Louisiana and Blues music restaurant run by Geelong chef and Blues lover, Pete Raimondo. They’re open Good Friday and Easter Saturday from 12pm.

Where: 93 Little Malop Street, Geelong

Black Sheep Geelong

Gin Bar & Restaurant, Black Sheep Geelong is the home of Geeelong’s Chamber of Gin featuring the best 5 local distilleries. For Easter, they’re open Friday 5pm-late, Saturday 5pm-late, Sunday 11:30am-3pm and Monday 5pm-late.

Where: Ground Level, 66 Brougham St, Geelong


Pushing the boundaries of what we understand the cafe experience to be, TonTon is one of the newest venues to join the Geelong hospitality scene, gifting locals and tourists alike another bright new dining spot. They’re open Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Monday 8am-2pm, closed Sunday.

Where: 9/65 Barrabool Rd, Highton Village

Nova Balinese Kitchen

A taste of Bali in Newtown, Geelong. This gem is open all long weekend.

Where: Shop 7/321 Pakington St, Newtown

Bird Rock

Bird Rock is a restaurant and bar offering a southeast asian style menu, cocktails, local beers and indoor and outdoor dining.

With live music all weekend, they’re open Good Friday, Easter Saturday and Easter Sunday.

Where: 2 Princes Terrace, Torquay


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Pubs and Bars

Edge Geelong, Geelong

With a gorgeous north-facing bar, New York loft styling and a trendy outside deck area; not only does Edge give patrons a world-class view of the beautiful Corio Bay, but from the moment you arrive, you feel like you’ve entered a relaxed paradise.

Open everyday ’til late from Easter Thursday to Easter Monday, they’re celebrating with ‘Choc-tail House’ $16 Chocolate Cocktail Specials; 2 for 1 Friday Knock Off Drinks, and live Music lined up everyday/night from local Acoustic & DJ legends.

Where: 6/8 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong

Little Creatures

A true brewery village experience, with a bustling Canteen, mysterious White Rabbit Barrel Hall and the colourful Mystery Lane.

Little Creatures will be open all long weekend including Good Friday and Easter Monday; Brewery Tours will commence from Easter weekend; with kids activities across the weekend with an appearance from the Easter Bunny on Sunday.

Where: 221 Swanston St, Geelong

Blackmans Brewery

Blackman’s Brewery is an independent and family-owned business based on the Surf Coast of Victoria with venues in Torquay, Ocean Grove and Geelong. They’re open all weekend.

Where: Various locations

Torquay Hotel

The Torquay Hotel is an iconic pub situated in the heart of the Surf Coast and as always, they’ve got a packed weekend for the entire Easter weekend.

Good Friday sees the they are having a party, while Easter Saturday and Sunday will host DJs all night long. As for the restaurant/pub, it’s open all weekend long.

Where: 36 Bell Street, Torquay

The Sporting Globe

With 50 plus flat screens, an epic menu and a number of drink specials, The Sporto is always a safe option when you’re craving beer, pub classics and bar snacks to go with your Easter long weekend footy viewing. They’ll be open every single day.

Where: 175-177 Ryrie Street, Geelong

Sailor’s Rest

This multi-level gem offers dinner, drinks and a view. Located on Geelong’s waterfront, Sailors Rest shakes it up from an all day brunch spot to a certified good time as the sun goes down thanks to their incredible rooftop bar. They’re closed Friday but open Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 3 Moorabool Street, Geelong

The 18th Amendment Bar

Take a step up the Little Malop Street stairway and back in time to experience class and concoction innovation. With groundbreaking cocktail creations and Instagrammable designs, The 18th Amendment Bar is more than a drink with friends.

For Easter, they’re open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 82A Little Malop Street, Geelong

Wah Bar

Sharing the bao bun and delicious dumpling menu (the crispy chicken bao bun is to die for) of its sister company, Wah Bah takes up the vibrancy and boldness of the cocktail menu and adds a dancefloor to the mix. They’re open Saturday and Sunday this weekend 12pm to late.

Where: Cunningham Pier, 10 Western Beach, Geelong

There There

If you love killer retro beats, if you love cocktails and if you love to boogie down, There, There is your place. They’re open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 8 Malop Street, Geelong


Medusa is one of Geelong’s best-kept secrets, offering a tantalising blend of drink specials, live music, DJs spinning vinyl and movie nights. Medusa will be open Friday from 2pm-late before closing up for the rest of the long weekend.

Where: 2 Rock O’Cashel Lane, Geelong.

Malt Shovel Tap House

Malt Shovel Tap House is a home for craft beer lovers. Split into multiple dining areas, including an art deco front room, a beer garden, a more intimate booth setting and a beer hall reminiscent area, Malt Shovel Tap House caters for everyone with their well rounded offering. Open every day!

Where: Corner Malop St & Bellerine Street, Geelong

Geelong Hotel

With a much needed facelift, Geelong Hotel (better known to locals as GH), is a Friday and Saturday night go to for a classic pub meal, standout cocktails, beats galore and the occasional live music act in their dedicated upstairs bandroom.

They’ll be closed Good Friday but open Saturday and Sunday, with a special Easter Sunday event.

Address: 69 Yarra St, Geelong

The Elephant and Castle Hotel

It’s hard not to love this place, with its quirky, yet classic interior, the endless roster of live entertainment, the welcoming patrons and the generous pub feeds. They’ll be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 158 McKillop Street, Geelong

St Lords

Situated on the corner of Latrobe Terrace and West Fyans Street in Newtown, just a stone’s throw away from Kardinia Park, St Lords (previously Lord of the Isles Tavern) has been a favourite amongst locals for the past 40 years.

Closed Good Friday but open every other day.

Where: 3 West Fyans Street, Newtown

Manhattan Bar

Manhattan Bar provides all the vibes of a New York bar in the centre of Geelong – cheap drinks, an unpretentious atmosphere, and a unique experience with equally unique individuals.

They’ll be open Good Friday 5-1 and Saturday 5-1.

Where: 9 James St, Geelong

Beavs Bar

This charming venue behind the big red door has been a favourite hangout for years now and has become the go-to place to listen to some acoustic original singer-songwriters, chill out on the lounge having a drink with your mates or partake in a cheeky few rounds of karaoke on a Wednesday night.

For the Easter long weekend, Beavs is open 4-1 Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

Where: 77 Little Malop Street, Geelong

Piano Bar

As the name suggests, Piano Bar offers sing-along entertainment accompanied by the ivory keys, and, dependent on the night, by fabulous drag queens.

They’ll be open Friday and Saturday with requests by Shandelle and Dave.

Where: 90 – 92 Little Malop Street, Geelong

The Barwon Club Hotel

They have long been the go-to destination for the traditional pub experience in Geelong since it was first opened in the early ’90s, and it doesn’t seem like things are slowing down.

They’ll be open Friday and Saturday with gigs but closed Sunday and Monday.

Where: 509 Moorabool St, South Geelong

Belmont Hotel

A favourite pick as a function venue, Belmont Hotel has embraced their art-deco interior with complimentary classic pub meal meets fining dining selection and their wide cocktail range.

The Belmont is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday with DJs and live music and drink specials.

Where: 77 High Street, Belmont

The Deck

Since its killer makeover a couple of years ago, The Deck on Gheringhap Street has quickly become a favourite amongst locals looking for a cold beer, quality meal and decent tunes to see them through the week. Open all weekend.

Where: 2-4 Gheringhap Street, Geelong

The Inn Hotel

A quality spot for a Friday and Saturday night shuffle and a Sunday session all the same, The Inn has quality food from their seasonal menu, quality drinks (espresso martinis are a go-to!) and quality tunes.

They’re closed Friday but open Saturday from 12pm and on Sunday with a Block Party featuring Sam Alfred.

Where: 58 Corio Street, Geelong

The Cremorne Hotel

With great classic pub meals, cold frothies flowing, a great atmosphere and TAB and Keno facilities, The Cremorne is a local go-to spot.

Open Friday 12-8
Saturday 11:30-late
Sunday 12-late
Monday 12-9

Where: 336 Pakington Street, Newtown

Fyansford Hotel

This absolute gem is a must-visit hotel complete with a bar with a kids’ playroom and a deck, ideal for pub meals and weekly specials like all-day steaks.

For Easter, they’re open Friday 12-2am, Saturday 9am-2am, Sunday 10am-midnight, and Monday 9am-2am.

Where: 67 Hyland St, Fyansford

Leopold Sportsman’s Club

Leopold Sportsman Club features a relaxing lounge bar and bistro area overlooking two well-maintained greens available for use. For Easter, it’s open all weekend.

Where: 135 Kensington Rd, Leopold


BrewiColo Brewing Co. is a family run independent craft brewery located on one of the most picturesque coastlines in Victoria, Ocean Grove. For Easter, they’re open Good Friday 2pm-7pm, Saturday 12pm-late, Sunday 1pm-late and Monday 2pm-7pm.

Where: 32 Marine Parade, Ocean Grove

Ceres Distilling Co

A new spot to check out, Ceres Distilling Co. is a Craft Vodka and Gin Distillery in Geelong. For Easter, they’ll be open Saturday 12pm-10pm and Sunday 12pm-8pm.

Where: 36/8 Lewalan St, Grovedale

Batesford Hotel

A family-owned venue, established in the 1800s, this charming hotel is located within the landscape of the beautiful Moorabool Valley. For Easter, they’re open Good Friday from 11:30am-close.

Where: 700 Ballarat Rd, Batesford