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The Wurun - Brunswick Daily
The Wurun

The Wurun

The Wurndjeri Woi-Wurrung people are the traditional custodians of Brunswick. "The Wurun" is a tribute, an eulogy, and a praise for this land in the form of a poem. Wurun means Gum Tree and it was from this tree's perspective that Pablo tried to weave his words.

Always was
Always will be.

Wing Chun - Brunswick Daily
A tale of Fire and Transcendence

A tale of Fire and Transcendence

Fire is as much of a uniting force as it is a destroying one. When time, courage, and perseverance bring
these two polarities together, legends and communities thrive.

Click here to learn how Wing Chun, a martial art started 300 years ago by a Buddhist nun, reached Brunswick. Let yourself be surprised by the characters who have made this journey possible and become part of history.

Randy Feltface - Brunswick Daily
Adios, Australia! The official feltface farewell party – An event almost designed to make brunswick laugh!

Adios, Australia! The official feltface farewell party – An event almost designed to make brunswick laugh!

After a year of bouncing from state to state and performing anywhere not locked down, Randy Feltface invites Brunswick to a brand-new hour of stand-up and stories from the road.

This will be Randy’s final Australian show before relocating to the USA and embarking on the World Tour he postponed in 2020.

It’s the official Feltface Farewell Party! Read this article to learn more about Randy and to get your tickets!

Is that me? - Brunswick Daily
Is that me?

Is that me?

He opened up his eyes. He knew the day had just begun because it was precisely then when he sometimes gained that instant of mental clarity. He savoured that instant because of its ephemerality. He closed his eyes, took a deep breath, and when he opened them back up he didn’t know where, when nor who he was.

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.

Square travels - Brunswick Daily
Squared travels

Squared travels

Lockdown brings so many things along its way. On this occasion, it brings a squared or maybe rectangled journey around our suburb. Have you ever seen the daily things described in this trip? Trams, parks, people, flowers, and dogs, what else have you found in your lockdown walks?

Warr Park - Brunswick Daily
Hello, Sunshine 🙂

Hello, Sunshine 🙂

As soon as Miranda unlocked the doors of the car Lisa had the upper hand.... Convinced that she was going to get there before her sister did, she ran like never before... Their mum’s voice made them snap out of their thoughts...

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