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Heritage Tour of Geelong Region in a 1966 Mustang

Mustang & Co. offer a customised tour of the Geelong and Bellarine Peninsula, in a chauffeur driven 1966 Mustang convertible. The tour will take in various landmarks and historic buildings that make this area so unique. This is your chance to view some amazing history, well preserved to this day!

There is opportunity to visit the various sites that are open to the public (entry fees would be additional to the cost of the tour). Many of the properties are privately owned and access would not be available. Mustang & Co. can collect from private addresses in the region or Queenscliff Ferry, Portarlington Ferry, or Geelong station. We can customise the tour to suit your interests, or we can take you to the areas we think are most interesting.

Locations might include; Corio Villa (Geelong), Geelong Goal, Geelong Station, Geelong Grammar, Denny’s Wool Stores (Geelong), Vue Grande Hotel (Queenscliff), Osbourne House and Maritime Museum (Rippleside), Barwon Park (Winchelsea), Fyansford Paper Mills, Geelong College (Newtown), Barwon Grange (Newtown), Buckleys Caves (Point Lonsdale), St Marys Basilica (Geelong), The Heights (Newtown), Lunan House (Rippleside), Johnstone Park and Geelong Art Galley, Little Creatures Brewery (formerly the Textile Mills Geelong).

There are 3 hour or 4 hour tours available at $110 per hour, same rate applying for weekday or weekends. At least 2 days’ notice is required for bookings. The vehicle is not suitable for children.

Event dates

Event Details

9 Malop Street, Geelong, Victoria

Mustang & Co. will collect the Tour guest from their personal address or public location in Geelong and Queenscliff. Mustang & Co. don't operate from a shopfront or a public premises.


Tours can be started at 9.00 and last tour would start at 1.30 with a 4.30 completion time.

Entry fees:
, 110 per hour
Prebooking requiredmustangandco@bigpond.com0407052427
Attendance limit:
Less than 50
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
If it is sunny we can put the top down, if it is cold and wet the top on the convertible can be put in place.

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