11 February 2022   

3 min read
Looking for something fun to do in Geelong and the Bellarine this month?

Looking for something fun to do in Geelong and the Bellarine this month? 

We've got you covered with many fun-filled activities that will suit any age.


  1. Geelong Cats AFLW home games
    Hosted at GMHBA Stadium the AFLW is serious fun. There will be a FREE Summer Footy Festival taking place outside the ground.

    Sunday 20 February | 1.10pm | Cats v Fremantle | GMHBA Stadium

  2. Victoria Open Golf Championship

    The groundbreaking Vic Open is the first event in the world to feature men and women playing for equal prize money on the same course at the same time!

    It will take place at the picturesque 13th Beach Golf Links in Barwon Heads, from 10-13 February and will be part of both the WPGA Tour and the ISPS Handa PGA Tour of Australasia.

  3. Flying Brick Bellarine Sunset Run 
    Over the past five years, the Bellarine Sunset Run has found the perfect way to combine some of life's loves. Many families and friends have ventured to the Bellarine Peninsula to spend a weekend running, eating, drinking, smiling, and laughing with friends and love ones.

    Held on Saturday 12 February.

  4. So Frenchy, So Chic
    Raise a glass of Champagne and dance the day away to the best of French music past and present — the So Frenchy So Chic dance floor is ready and waiting.

    Hosted at Werribee Park on Sunday 13 February.

  5. 2022 Women in Sport Breakfast with Jana Pittman

    Join Jana Pittman, Olympian World Champion, Mother and Doctor, as she discusses the importance of making the most of every opportunity, on and off the track.

    Thursday 17 February at GMHBA Stadium.

  6. IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong
    IRONMAN 70.3 Geelong has long been the best-kept secret on the Oceania circuit, with a stunning venue (Geelong), world-class course, vibrant community and loads of local support.

    Whether you want to push yourself and join as an athlete or participate as a supporter, get down to Geelong’s Waterfront on Sunday, 20 February to check out the action.

  7. Pako Festa Reimagined - A celebration of cultural diversity 
    Pako Festa has been bringing people together to celebrate the dress, music, dance, language, art and food of the many cultures that call Geelong home.

It's the 40th-anniversary edition of Pako Festa and this year it will be held at the Northern Community Hub in Norlane on Saturday 26 February.


Find out more details here.