Parks, Reserves, Trails, & Picnic Spots
- Yollinko Wetlands Walk
- Queens Park
- Fyans park
- Marnockvale Reserve
- Frederick Morton Reserve
- Bob Morell Reserve
- Richardson Reserve
Rowing has been an integral part of the Barwon River’s history since the 1800s. The river is also used for kayaking, canoeing and boating.
- Clubs include:
- Geelong Canoe Club
- Geelong Outrigger Club
- Corio Bay Rowing Club
- Geelong Rowing Club
- Geelong Grammar Rowing Club
- Geelong Dragon Boat Club
- Dragons Abreast Geelong Club
- Barwon Rowing Club
Our waterway map details the local vessel operating and zoning rules for the Barwon River (between the Lower Breakwater and Orana Road).
Contact your nearest local club for Barwon River through Geelong recreational boating permits.
Corangamite CMA Recreational Boating Permit fee $35.
Other club fees and charges may apply, contact your nearest club for further details.
Industry Boating Permits
You will need to submit an application form and pay an application fee to Corangamite CMA if you wish to conduct industry boating activities on the Barwon River through Geelong.
Corangamite CMA Industry Boating Permit fee $114.
Contact us for further information
By-Law No. 2 Barwon River
Corangamite CMA’s functions are governed by a range of legislated requirements. These requirements are detailed in legislation including the Water Act 1989.