Surf Coast Highway

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Surf Coast Highway
Geelong-Torquay Road
General information
Type Highway
Length 17 km (11 mi)
Route number(s) B100
route number
State Route 100
Major junctions
North end Princes Highway,
Belmont, Victoria
  • Pioneer Road
  • Baanip Boulevard
  • Lower Duneed Road
South end Great Ocean Road,
Torquay, Victoria
Highway system

The Surf Coast Highway is a semi-rural highway in Victoria, Australia. It connects the city of Geelong with the coastal town of Torquay. The highway runs through the Armstrong Creek Growth Area, which is the subject of extensive residential development; closer to Torquay, tourist attractions the Narana Creations indigenous centre, Surf Coast Plaza retail centre, and the Surfworld museum are located along the highway.[1][2] A link between the highway and the Geelong Ring Road, named Baanip Boulevard, was completed in June 2015.[3]


  1. ^ "More residents sell to make way for Armstrong Creek reserve". Geelong Advertiser. 4 March 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2014. 
  2. ^ Cornish, Richard (15 June 2013). "Six reasons to visit Torquay". The Age. Retrieved 4 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "Geelong Ring Road". VicRoads. Archived from the original on 22 March 2015. Retrieved 4 July 2014. 
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