List of Heritage Listed Buildings in Geelong

List Of Heritage Listed Buildings In Geelong

This is a non-exhaustive list of buildings in Geelong, Australia and surrounding suburbs listed on the Victorian Heritage Register which provides the highest level of protection afforded to a building in the state of Victoria.

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