Geelong & District hotels

Older Hotels in our region for local and family historians. This is a work in progress - still some gaps and images to be added sometime.
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This building in Colac, Victoria was once known as the Prince of Wales Hotel;   licenced as from 1875 and operated through to 1921.   It now operates as tea rooms and also bed and breakfast accommodation.

This building in Colac, Victoria was once known as the Prince of Wales Hotel; licenced as from 1875 and operated through to It now operates as tea rooms and also bed and breakfast accommodation.

Winchelsea Hotel: Winchelsea

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Telegraph Hotel: Pakington Street, Ashby

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Union Hotel aka Christie's Union Hotel: cnr Portarlington and Christies Roads, Curlewis

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Waurn Ponds Hotel aka Victoria Inn: cnr Marendaz and Colac Roads, Waurn Ponds

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Union Inn aka Union Club / Union Family Hotel / Carlton Hotel: Malop Street, Geelong

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Sir Charles Hotham: Bellerine Street, Geelong

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Young Queen Hotel: cnr Moorabool and Little Fyans Streets, South Geelong [south west corner]

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

Western Hotel aka Bay View: Mercer Street, Geelong

The Western Hotel, later the Bayview - Mercer Street

Wallington Hotel aka Coleman's / Shamrock / Halfway House: Geelong-Queenscliff Road, Wallington

History of Geelong & District and the Bellarine Peninsula

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