In 2010 when the world of Facebook was still unfamiliar territory, Katie Perkins and Jai Spence took what started as a market stall and turned it into a thriving online business – all by posting a couple of vintage items on their page.
Photos with Santa aren’t just for humans, and chances are your furry friends will be much more appreciative of a special pic.
In celebration of the new release Rogue One, Ms Bartronica thought they’d throw a little costume party.
With almost 10 million fans on Facebook alone, no wonder it’s causing a stir that Kayla Itsines is coming to Geelong!
The Potato Shed is launching their 2017 season. With 2017 boasting an exciting array of dance, theatre and music from both professional companies and local artists, the Potato Shed is the arts hub of the Peninsula. Special guests include Mark Holden, Wayne Jury and Australian playwright Hannie Rayson. December 7 from 6pm – 7pm.
The experimental art project from Merinda Kelly is the newest way to explore Geelong in alternative ways. The work will focus on developing a presence in the City which disrupts the notion of the CBD as a place of monetary exchange and consumption.
The multifaceted summer festival has now unveiled their two-month cinema programme.