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.
Geelong has a vibrant theatre scene, but a lot has changed throughout the decades. We have lost many magnificent theatres to changing tastes, technological progress and the need to redevelop key pieces of land within our city. Here are a few theatres that have played an integral part of Geelong’s heritage and history....Read More
The fantastic food trucks are backin the Geelong Mall on Friday, Jimeoin and Peppa Pig play GPAC, and the Beatles are at the Elephant and Castle, only a few highlights in Geelong this week....Read More
There has a been a little talk of late about bringing trams back to the streets of Geelong. We take a look at the history of the tram in our city and explore the routes this quaint form of transport traveled around our town and suburbs....Read More
The Geelong Mall hosted a food truck convoy on Friday with an estimated 2000 people turning out to enjoy some of the most delicious treats. There were flavours from all around the world being served by some of the state’s most loved mobile food vendors....Read More
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.
Hundreds of four legged friends and their masters turned out in Eastern Park for the annual RSPCA Million Paws Walk. The day included a huge pet expo and a walk around the park circuit.