Getting here

We’re full of hidden gems, but finding us is a breeze. West End is tucked away in the heart of Geelong’s vibrant CBD, only a stone’s throw from the mesmerising Geelong Waterfront. Take the short, scenic stroll from the train station or the ferry, or follow the Princes Highway right to our doorstep. Plenty of parking awaits.

Car & motorbike

With the Princes Highway (Latrobe Terrace) on our doorstep, West End has easy road access with plenty of off-street and on-street parking. A multi-level carpark can be found in the heart of West End on the corner of Gheringhap Street and Little Malop Street.

Find more parking options here.


Enjoy a relaxing 1-hour ferry from Melbourne’s Docklands to Geelong’s Steampacket Pier, with a short 8-minute stroll to West End.

Visit Port Phillip Ferries for more info.


West End is easily accessible by bicycle and has numerous routes connecting Geelong’s outer suburbs and beyond. Bike racks are located along Little Malop Street, Ryrie Street and Malop Street.

View bike rack locations here.


With major lines running to and from Melbourne and past the Great Ocean Road (to Warrnambool), the Geelong Railway Station (opposite Johnstone Park) is only a 4-minute walk.

Visit V/Line for train and bus timetables.


Geelong has an extensive public bus network with main terminals at the Geelong Railway Station and the Moorabool Street Bus Interchange (opposite West End entrance), between Ryrie Street and Malop Street.

For timetables, visit the following operators: V/Line, CDC Geelong and McHarry’s Buslines.

Pedestrian access

West End is an easy 8-minute walk from the Geelong Waterfront, 4 minutes from Geelong Railway Station and a quick 2-minute stroll from Central Geelong. 

The main entry points to West End are via Moorabool Street if you’re coming from the waterfront or Central Geelong; and Fenwick Street if you’re coming from the Geelong Railway Station.