What’s on around Geelong this week
1st 7th of June 2015
How are you going to enjoy the first week of winter and a long weekend?
Friday 29th – Sunday 7th June 2015
After the huge success of the Christmas, ANZAC Centenary and Geelong After Dark projections on the City Hall another week of amazing displays are planned to commemorate Reconciliation Week. The nightly light show will start at 6 PM each night between Friday the 29th of May and Sunday the 7th of June in what promises to be a spectacular display of indigenous art and imagery.
Saturday 6th June 2015
Fyansford Paper Mill
The historic old paper mills at Fyansford overlooking the Barwon River are open to the public in a very rare event. The mill is open between 10:00 AM and 3:00 PM and in what will be an amazing experience taking a look at one of Geelong’s old industrial buildings that has been a curiosity to many people in the region for decades.
Friday 5th – Sunday 8th June 2015
2015 National Celtic Festival
The National Celtic Festival returns to the seaside village of Portarlington for another year of culture, music and fun. This year the line up is incredible with some of the world’s best Celtic performers playing including
Damien Leith, Brian Kennedy, the incredible Duplets, Cherry Grove, the Fiona Ross Band and Likely Celts just to name a few.