They don’t look too bright, but they’ll do the trick for Becky’s squares.
And why are they there? From https:\\geelongaustralia.com.au
Baywalk bollard trail walk
Following the Bollard Trail, you will meet some of the unique characters who played a part in Geelong’s history, from the original Indigenous inhabitants to more contemporary characters.
- The trail continues north as far as Rippleside Park.
- 48 Sites: Estimated Walking Time: two hours one way.
- Descriptions of each bollard site.
The colourful bollards are the work of artist Jan Mitchell. Jan was commissioned by the City of Greater Geelong to transform old timbers and piles from a city pier, demolished in the 1980s, into remarkable works of art that stop young and old in their tracks.
I like this trail idea. Such a good repurposing of bits of the town’s history.
100% and a good way to draw people from the city to this coastal town. Clever planners.
Loving this board walk – so brilliant. Bringing huge smiles to my face!
I’m so glad, but sorry to say I didn’t continue the promenade.