It might be the horse’s birthday but its also International Beer Day, so we are celebrating. Geelong is home to some amazing beers, wonderful breweries and great pubs. Today we take a look at a few of our favorites.
There are so many options for a night on the town in Geelong. Whether it be a cosy bar, cheerful pub, catching some live music or dancing til dawn in one of our sensational clubs, Geelong really knows how to enjoy itself....Read More
There are a wide variety of breweries in the Geelong region crafting some truly magnificent beers. From tiny micro-brews making small batches to the huge Little Creatures brewery in South Geelong there is something to meet every taste and style....Read More
Little Creatures Brewery in South Geelong not only brews amazing beer it has become one of Geelong’s favorite attractions. With a quirky industrial atmosphere, brewery tours, markets and plenty of cheer it is a great experience....Read More
There is no better place to get an affordable and tasty meal than at a Geelong Pub or club. Whether it be schnitzels, steaks, seafood or pizza, there is something for everyone and we have found some great deals....Read More
With all sporting eyes on Glasgow, host city of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, we take a look back to when Geelong celebrated as the Queen’s Baton toured the region for the 2006 Melbourne Games.
Hundreds turned out for the third installment of the car enthusiasts get together FWY on the 20th of July. The cold weather didn’t deter the huge crowd and massive display of vehicles spanning the whole Bunnings Home Maker Centre carpark at Waurn Ponds.
Many of the lanes and alleys around central Geelong are starting to become a canvas for some very interesting street art. This week we take a look at some of the colourful creations we have found.
Vintage goods have become very popular lately and Geelong has some wonderful places to pick up that unique artefact. We take a look at some of or favorite places.
Portarlington once again put on a spectacular National Celtic Festival over the Queens Birthday Weekend. With mild and pleasant weather, thousands flocked to the huge festival marketplace and marques to hear some of the world’s finest Celtic music.
Hundreds of car enthusiasts descended on the carpark at Bunnings in Waurn Ponds for a fantastic get together to enjoy a night of catching up with friends and checking out a huge array of special vehicles.