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  1. Wedding Venues Geelong

Geelong, situated close to Victoria’s surf coast would make a convenient location for couples who plan on having a honeymoon on the Great Ocean Road, and is a perfect choice for those couples residing in Geelong. Whether or not these situations apply to you, there are some great wedding venues in Geelong to choose from.

For the couples who are seeking a country setting for their wedding, you have a selection of the following venues which may appeal to your liking. Oakdene Vineyards, situated on 93 hectares of coastal farmland and only a 30-minute drive from Geelong city centre provides you with both an indoor and outdoor setting for your wedding amongst natural bushland and the vineyard. Another winery to take note of is Mt Duneed, giving you the option to hold your wedding within their spectacular barrel hall, creating a rich and casual-like atmosphere for you and your guests to enjoy.

We should also mention a couple of wedding venues in Geelong and Warun Ponds that are set in natural surroundings. Located in a bushland setting and not too far from the Geelong city centre is the Deakin Lakehouse, complete with its own lake and is perfect for relaxed and casual style weddings. If you were looking for more of a seaside wedding venue, then you cannot go wrong with The Pier Geelong, known for its stunning waterfront views looking out towards the Geelong city skyline.

Just like Melbourne and Ballarat, there are also similar wedding venues in Geelong that are known for their historical charm and elegance. One of these historical wedding venues is the Wool Exchange, built in 1927-28 as an auction house for wool buyers and sellers. The Wool Exchange contains a magnificent ballroom, which was once an auction room and can cater for up to 300 guests. Be sure to search our directory for a complete list of wedding venues in Geelong.