This engagement is closed

Contributions to this engagement have closed for evaluation and review. The project is still ongoing and we will provide further information as it progresses.


Mountain to Mouth (M~M) is Geelong’s own award-winning two-day arts journey of discovery from the You Yangs to Barwon Heads.

After ten years of delivering M~M, it’s time to review the event to understand the experiences and impact of the event on our local communities and those who have been involved at a grass-roots level.

We want to hear from our Traditional Owners, artists, event partners, participants and local communities to understand what elements of the event have been most valued, and to help shape what future cultural experiences might look like.


This site has several sections which seek your feedback on different aspects of M~M.

There are three steps:

  1. Watch this promotional film clip of a previous M~M
  2. Complete the Quick Poll
  3. Explore some or all of the seven aspects of the M~M journey (by clicking the links below)

In Step 3, you can choose to respond to any or all of the M~M aspects, based on your experience, interest and time available. Completing the entire site will take around 30 minutes.

Click Submit when you are finished each section, then Return To The Main site to enter a different area.

Step 1 - Watch Clip

**The personal information requested on this form is being collected by City of Greater Geelong for the Mountain to Mouth Review 2020 and other related purposes. Your details are being collected solely for the purpose of communications about this engagement, or to allow us to add to our databases if you request this. Answers will be aggregated and your name will not be identified with your responses. Your personal information will not be disclosed, except as required to do so by law. Our privacy policy is available on our website. If you wish to alter any of the personal information you have supplied to City of Greater Geelong, please contact us by sending an email to

With thanks to M~M's many wonderful photographers and film-makers whose images appear on this site: Jarrod Boord, Bindi Cole, Fiona Duncan, Chrissie Francis, Geelong Camera Club, Sandy Goddard, Esther Konings-Oakes, Jarrah Lynch, Malcolm McKinnon, Ferne Millen, Kaz Paton, Justyn Rowe, Geoff Russell, Reg Ryan, Marc Salazar, Deb Sansom, Ed Sloane, Dean Walters.