Geelong put on a magnificent day for the annual Chrylsers by the Bay at the Geelong Grammar School. There was a wonderful lineup of some of the classic vehicles spanning all eras of the Chrylser Corporation.
We are only seven weeks into 2014 and there has been so much on in and around the Geelong region, it has been fantastic. But the fun isn’t over yet, once again this weekend is going to be huge with some great events coming to Geelong....Read More
The annual Barwon Heads Festival of the Sea is back for 2014. The highlight of the event is the fun rubber duck race, where hundreds of yellow duckies race along the Barwon River....Read More
The Royal Geelong Yacht Club hosted the Wooden Boat Festival over the Labour Day Weekend. The event featured a whole array of wooden boats in all sizes, ages and conditions. One of the highlights was the tall ship Enterprize that returned to Geelong for the event....Read More
It will be a gastronomic’s delight at the Pirra Homestead in Lara on the 23rd of March when the Lara Food and Wine Festival returns to its magnificent lawns....Read More
The Wallington Primary School put on a wonderful 30th annual Wallington Strawberry Fair on the 2nd of March, with the star attraction the juiciest of Bellarine Peninsula strawberries.
Thousands flocked to the Geelong Showgrounds to see the biggest celebration of Holden products in Geelong at the annual All Holden Day. There were hundreds of cars ranging from the early 48′s and FJ’s right up to the latest VF Commodores and HSV muscle cars.
What an amazing day colour, music, dance, food and fun. This year’s Pako Festa parade was amazing with dozens of community groups joining in in a celebration of multiculturalism and diversity.
The 2014 Kiwanis All Ford Day was held on the 16th of February at Deakin University in Waurn Ponds in what was a spectacular display of all things Ford. The event was the biggest in memory with the entire field covered with Ford vehicles from all era’s of the company.
A hot blustery day didn’t stop thousands attending the annual Rotary Torquay Motorshow. There was a fantastic display of vehicles from all eras of motoring including some very early vintage vehicles right up to the latest HSV’s and Fords. One highlight was the large collection of Volkswagen vehicles with Combis and Beetles.
One of our region’s best rural events is the Deans Marsh Festival that returns for 2014 to the Deans Marsh Recreation Reserve on Sunday March 23. This event celebrates the rich and diverse hinterland community featuring many local artists, crafts people, local producers and musicians.