DID YOU KNOW?

The Penny Black was the world’s first adhesive postage stamp used in a public postal system.

Does the name ring a bell? Well, the site of the pub on Sydney Road under the same name was Brunswick’s first post office! (Next time you walk past look for the Postbox Royal Cypher).

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3 ways to treat yourself in Brunswick

3 ways to treat yourself in Brunswick

Long days in front of a computer or desk, working or studying from home, can not only leave the body a little stiff and sore but can store stress in the body creating added tension and pain. Sit back and relax as Leia Mulroy takes you through some special experiences you can have right here in our special hub to relax, sweat away stress, and be powered up by vitamins and minerals!

Running for Gracie - Brunswick Daily
In the long run, you can do anything!

In the long run, you can do anything!

Chris Dixon never thought he’d be a runner, let alone be running a full 42km marathon in the Melbourne Marathon Festival in December 2021. ‘It was when we found out about the little issues we’re having with our daughter Grace that I started running as a bit of an outlet to help with my mental health.’

Read this inspiring story to learn more about Chris, Emma and Gracie, and how you can do anything if you put your mind to it.

That Paper Joint - Brunswick Daily
Joining people through paper

Joining people through paper

Maximillian Malone was only two weeks away from signing the lease of the venue that would materialise his passion and he didn't have a name yet. This place would host collage workshops, art exhibitions, and people who might just come and hang out like they would at a pub. Today this place is located at 544 Sydney Road, learn its name and more about Max in this article.