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The (unofficial) Long Weekend List

Whether you slow down for the race that stops a nation, or you just see a window to take an extra day and extend your weekend, we've got lots of options around the…

The Very Best Father's Day Gift Guide

So, what's it to be? A tie? Houseplant? Hankies? How about mixing it up this year with a gift that will blow your Dad’s socks off (classic Dad joke), and all available…

Lots of Highlights at Low Light Festival

Drawing it's name from the lower of Queenscliff's two iconic lighthouses, this is a month-long celebration of arts, movies, music and good living during the winter…

The ABC of Winter School Holidays

All great holidays are an adventure, and these winter school holidays are no exception - as Geelong and the Bellarine are putting on some mighty fine activities

Animal Encounters

As the late, great Steve Irwin so aptly said “We don’t own the planet Earth, we belong to it. And we must share it with our wildlife”.

An Exhibition for All Ages

Literature and art, both mediums express ideas, emotions and desires. So when you combine the two you get something pretty spectacular.

Easter School Holiday Guide

Here's our low down on the high life for your little ones these school holidays. From stories to sing-alongs and lots of Easter eggs!

Around the World in 80 K's

Enjoy global flavours from around the world in this neat little 80km loop around Geelong and The Bellarine.

At the Beach with my Golden Retriever

My five year old Golden Retriever, Tawni, has found doggy heaven as our new house is within a short walk of the official Dog Beach at Queenscliff.

7 Ways to Survive a Heat Wave

The mercury is set to soar this weekend, and it looks like we've still got a long, hot summer ahead. But never fear!

Starting 2018 with a BANG!

There's nothing quite like fireworks to ring in the new year - here's where you can see them around Geelong and The Bellarine.

The Fantastic Four of Christmas Giving

Long lists, frazzled shoppers, last minute panic and car park chaos are generally four elements of Christmas that can be best described as naughty rather than nice.…

A Queenscliff Christmas

The long range weather forecast for Christmas is looking good (no 'super storms' predicted so far), and the beach is calling. So to help prepare you for silly season…

Ones to watch

100 Bollards in 7 seconds

100 bollards, 7 seconds. How many have you seen in person? Meet them all along the Geelong Waterfront from Limeburners Point to Rippleside Park.

Urban Geelong

Old industrial spaces are being transformed into creative hubs, urban precincts and fabulous eateries. Little Malop St is enticing people to the city centre with…

Dream yourself to Ocean Grove

Ocean Grove. A place to build beach shacks, sandcastles and memories. Families have been visiting Ocean Grove for generations. It's not hard to understand why.…

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