The fifth annual Great Australian Beer Festival returns to the Geelong Racecourse. Over 200 Australian and International beers and ciders, along with some of the region's best gourmet food offerings and an array of food trucks and barbecue.
Step into Australia's biggest alfresco beer and cider garden and discover live music over three stages, beer cabaret, roving performers, food and beer seminars, home brewing, beer cocktails, carnival DJ's and ensure you are track side for Australia's only beer inspired race card.
Headlining in 2017 will be The Potbelleez, Richard Clapton and Jon Toogood (Shihad), along with more than 20 local and Australian live acts and performers. Immerse yourself in the colour of this iconic summer festival....
Raiders Bingo Centre is Geelong's leading bingo venue, catering to all types of players, from complete beginners to those who are fluent in the bingo lingo.
Visitors are always welcome, with daily sessions: Eyes down Monday to Saturday afternoons 12:30pm with Sunday afternoon starting at 1:00pm. Evening sessions start at 7.00pm on Friday and Saturday night, with a 7.30pm start from Sunday to Thursday nights.
Raiders Bingo Centre's friendly, welcoming bingo venue has everything from friendly service, a canteen serving hot and cold food and ample parking outside. The Centre hosts a variety of promotional games during the week in Geelong. Free tea and coffee is available throughout the week whatever the game.
If you are looking for a quality venue with central heating, a welcoming environment and great prizes then the Raiders Bingo Centre is the place for you....
Geelong Racing Club is home to many popular races that attract keen punters all over Australia. Visit the website today for club information and race details.
Geelong Racing Club staged its inaugural race meeting on 1st May 1841, at Corio. There were three races, the first was a two horse event won by Juliet ridden by owner T. Wright. On 4th February 1843, another meeting was conducted about three miles West of Geelong near the then newly erected Fyansford Inn.
In an attempt to conduct annual meetings the Geelong Racing Committee conducted a trial meeting on land known as "Airey's Flat" on the 5th October situated three miles from Geelong, beside the Moorabool River (nearly opposite where the Australian Portland Cement Works is today).
The first official annual Geelong race meeting was conducted on the 29th February and 1st March 1844 after restructuring the course that was one and a half miles and 300 yards. Apart from Fyansford, many other meetings were held in the early days....