This volunteer-run recycled vintage and contemporary fashion store has made finding that perfect vintage gem simple since opening in April last year.
The inaugural festival will showcase more than 80 events, workshops and exhibitions. Each highlighting and celebrating the unique and diverse ways Geelong can champion design and weave it throughout everyday life.
With no Melbourne show in 2020, this is the only chance Victorians will get to see the best action sports athletes on the planet push themselves to their absolute limits on the biggest ramps in action sports.
By purchasing the books you’re saving them from the rubbish tip which makes a sustainable recycling system for some eco-friendly reads.
RONE in Geelong will include the first comprehensive solo survey of the artist’s career, from early stencil works and street art, to photographs that document his transformation of abandoned spaces.
Pako Festa is back!
Returning now for its 23rd year for the March long weekend, ChillOut Festival will once again be taking over the town with a program as diverse as the queer community and its extended family of friends and supporters themselves.
James Marsters will appear at Melbourne’s Supanova Comic Con and Gaming convention on March 7 and 8 alongside The Walking Dead stars Ross Marquand and Cooper Andrews, Charmed’s Holly Marie Combs and Brian Krause and stacks more.