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Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Tour Guide" Bollard Extra - Not strictly part of the Bollard Trail, this one is found at the Tourist Information Office next to the BP Service Station on the Geelong Road.

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An icon of Geelong, 100 bollards line the waterfront from Rippleside to Limeburners Point. Jan Mitchell sculptured the bollards out of huge old wooden pylons and hand-painted them to depict people and events of Geelong

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Nancy Natty Knickers" Bollard No 36 – Nancy sits astride her velocipede. The first velocipede was made in Geelong in 1869. In 1865 women first started wearing trousers to assist them to cycle.

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Bollards and Art - "Jan Mitchell of Australia has enhanced the cityscape of Geelong, Victoria by placing decorative, sculpted bollards throughout various public areas of the city including beaches and parks. Made from timber and stylised to reflect the cylindrical shape of the traditional maritime bollards, the bollards are plastered with bright paint in designs which are intended to resemble historical and contemporary public figures."

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Victoria Baths Swimmers" Bollards No 28 - Swimmers characterising the Victoria Bathing Establishment (1870).

Geelong, Victoria, Australia - "Portuguese Explorer" Bollard No 3 - The Portuguese explorers were said to have landed before Captain Cook.

Geelong - waterfront walk with carved and painted bollards, Victoria, AUSTRALIA