• William Batters

    The practice of good agency is an art as much as a science and since its inception in 1878 Williams Batters, as a company, has adhered to the tried and tested old fashioned values of integrity, quality service and results.

    Constant research has made us sensitive to the times and enabled us to move with the market whilst balancing this with the dedication to significant results.

    These components are what have stood the test of time, that and an absolute commitment and dedication to client satisfaction. After all, we would not have enjoyed our continued success for 137 years if we weren't doing something right.

  • Old Geelong Grammarians

    Established in 1900, the Old Geelong Grammarians Association was formed with the prime purposes to promote the welfare of Geelong Grammar School and to unite former students of the School, Glamorgan, The Hermitage and Clyde school.

    The Association is steered by a Committee of thirteen including the OGG President, Vice President, Treasurer and Honorary Secretary, Katie Rafferty (Spry, Ga'84). Katie is also the Alumni Manager at Geelong Grammar School.

    The Old Geelong Grammarians have established Branches throughout Australia and overseas. Each of these Branches is headed by a Branch President who works with a small committee to organise at least one social function every year in their region.

    A number of Reunions and Events are run each year for Old Geelong Grammarians.

    For more information or to contact the Old Geelong Grammarians Association:

    Katie Rafferty (Spry, Ga'84), Alumni Manager, Geelong Grammar School

    Tel: +61 3 5273 9338
    E: katier@ggs.vic.edu.au
    E: oggs@ggs.vic.edu.au

  • Old Geelong Collegians' Association

    The OGCA is an integral part of the College community, connecting more than 12,000 members to the College, and hosting events and building networks to keep Old Collegians connected with each other.

    Each year the OGCA hosts reunions and other events to bring Old Collegians together to stay in touch with what is happening at the school today and to reconnect with their peers.

    The OGCA also facilitates sporting teams in Melbourne, who play under the ‘Old Geelong’ banner alongside Geelong Grammar Alumni and is active in rowing on the Barwon through the Albert Bell Club.

    The OGCA is on Facebook and Linked In to enable you to build your networks and stay in touch. These groups are active and growing.

    So stay in the loop by joining us on Facebook, Linked In and sharing your details here on this site.

    If you would like to know more about the OGCA or are interested in joining the Committee please contact the Alumni Relations & Events Manager, Chelsea Matheson by email communityrelations@geelongcollege.vic.edu.au

  • Furphy Beer

    Furphy is a new, refreshing ale that is Geelong born and brewed from 100% Victorian ingredients. The first sip is clean and crisp, with a subtle balance of fruit and malt to keep it interesting. The finish is smooth and pleasantly refreshing. Given our brewery used to be an old mill, it’s no surprise Furphy is an easy-drinking ale that’s perfect for a session of yarn spinning.

  • MC Herd

    Located in Victoria’s Western District, M.C. Herd is a large family-owned meat processing facility supplying high quality Australian lamb, sheep and beef to both local and overseas markets.

    With the local consumer market at its doorstep and prime livestock grazing country at its hinterland, M.C Herd’s location in North Geelong has been ideal. The recent completion of the Geelong Ring Road has added to the ease of access to and from Melbourne and points beyond.

    Today, M.C. Herd is a parent company for a group of operators which includes one of Australia’s largest abattoir complexes and food manufacturer Challenge Meats.

    Our range of beef, sheep and lamb products includes:
    - whole and part carcasses
    - boxed meats
    - edible offal
    - manufactured food products

    Our customer base includes:
    - supermarket chains
    - wholesale and retail butchers
    - boning rooms
    - smallgoods processors
    - health industry
    - hospitality industry
    - special requirements for ethnic groups
    - stock food groups