WHENCE BRUNSWICK CAME

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Brunswick Baths History

Brunswick Baths History

The Brunswick City Baths are a focal point for our community. Since its opening in 1914, the Baths have hosted competitions, addressed poverty issues, become more gender and culturally inclusive, and developed new facilities to meet up with the contemporary needs of our suburb.

If you live (or ever lived) in Brunswick, you probably have a story at the Baths. Read this article to learn some curious facts and some stories that have helped to build our Baths as a reputable and trustworthy institution.

Brunswegian or Brunswickian?

Brunswegian or Brunswickian?

A demonym is a noun used to denote the natives or inhabitants of a particular place. In this article, Barry York, who grew up in Brunswick in the 50's, presents other cities' demonyms to contrast the traditional one for our suburb, "Brunswegian".
Do you think it's time for a change?

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Melville’s Creek – The Unwholesome Creek

Melville’s Creek – The Unwholesome Creek

Melville's Creek is now just a memory, a legend, maybe even a ghost. If you pay close attention to a current map, you'll find it playing with the solid grid of our streets.

Flooding, scouring, a mosquito problem were captured in a poem. An elegant protest that can probably only happen in Brunswick.

"So Brunswick Council do your best this evil to remove, complete this job, to give us rest, and so our health improve."

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