Geelong

second largest city of Victoria, Australia, and a major port on Corio Bay (an extension of Port Phillip Bay). Founded in 1837, its name is a ... [1 related articles]
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Geelong

The Geelong is an Australian PCF 420 class patrol craft of 211 tons displacement and a top speed of 30 knots. She is armed with one Bofors AN 4 - 40 mm/60 gun; one 81 mm mortar and two 12.7 mm machine-guns. She carries a crew of three officers and 19 other ratings.
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Geelong

Geelong (ŋ) is a port city located on Corio Bay and the Barwon River, in the state of Victoria, Australia, {convert|75|km|mi} south-west of the state capital; Melbourne. It is the second most populated city in Victoria and the fifth most populated non-capital city in Australia. The urban area runs from the plains of Lara in the north to the rolli
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Geelong

Geelong (jēlông') , city (1991 pop. 126,306), Victoria, SE Australia, on an inlet of Port Phillip Bay. It is a major port. Wool, wheat, meat, and hides are the principal exports; oil and phosphates are imported. Among the many industries are wool trading, meatpacking, oil refining, a...
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Geelong

Named after the eponymous capital of wine-growing area (GI) southwest of Melbourne in Australia state of Victoria, which belongs to the Port Phillip area. He was in the 19th Century, developed by Swiss immigrants and a similar trend as positive in the south lie the Yarra Valley . In 1875 came the phylloxera . The government then in 1881 all vineyar
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