You can check your eligibility for the community directory from the checklist below. We accept listings from:
- Community groups or not for profit organisations – Incorporated and Unincorporated
- Charitable Trusts/Foundations
- Schools or Universities
- Housing/tenancy organisations
Community service organisations (for example: Community Health Centres, DHS, Disability Providers, Government Departments)
Children’s service providers
Church and religious organisations
Clubs (for example: sporting, recreational, senior citizens)
Community legal service providers
Local government departments
Local artists, groups, art and culture organisations
All listings in the community directory must be based in or have a branch in Geelong or surrounding municipalities, or have regular meetings in Geelong or surrounding municipalities.
New listings are only permitted to be added by an authorised member of your organisation or group.
All entries are verified by the City of Greater Geelong who approves your entry before it is made available on the website.
The Community Directory does not generally include commercial business listings. Your entry may however be approved if you are an Arts and Culture business.
The Arts Directory is open to individual artists, organisations and businesses involved in arts and culture across the G21 region. Arts registrations will be approved separately by the City of Greater Geelong's Arts and Culture Department.