Situated on Corio Bay, the Port of Geelong handles the sixth largest tonnage in Australia. Geelong Port is central to the agricultural regions of Victoria and is attractive because it lacks the congestion of a capital city port.
Geelong Port is one of the country's most efficient ports. It uses the latest bulk handling technology, with eight major piers and twenty-one berths for vessels. The shipping channels in Corio Bay accommodates vessels to a maximum draft of 11.3 metres.
TOLL Geelong Port operates major services of the port.
The City of Greater Geelong is also connected to the Mornington Peninsula and beyond via ferry. The 40-minute trip between Sorrento and Queenscliff offers views of the Rip, historic buildings and fortifications, and marine life. Passengers can take their car or be connected via bus services on both sides. Ferries leave on the hour every hour from 7.00am to 6.00pm, seven days a week in all weather.
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