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 (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

The Geelong ŋ metropolitan area is the second most populated area in the Australian state of Victoria and the largest non-capital city. Located {convert|75|km|mi} south-west of the state capital, Melbourne, the port city is situated around Corio Bay and the Barwon River. The metropolitan area runs from the plains of Lara in the north to the rolli...
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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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