DID YOU KNOW?

The first retail business in Brunswick opened in 1850 and it was a butcher shop located on the south-west corner of Albert Street and Sydney Rd. It was owned by Henry Search. Can you remember what business is currently there?

Bong Su - Brunswick Daily
Thank you, Bong Su

Thank you, Bong Su

A shabby house in Sydney Road back in the eighties, honest friendship, shovelling birds' shit, and a love story witnessing hippos bathing under the moonlight. Thank you, Bong Su for bringing all these together 😉

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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.

CBCB - Brunswick Daily
Straight from the Keg

Straight from the Keg

It's not rare for a local's eye to see a
collection of taps lining up behind the counter ready to serve beer... but in this article we introduce you to another Brunswick classic drink coming out of the keg... coffee!

Click here to learn more about Cold Brew Coffee Bar and its co-owner Corey Cresswell. With an uncommon presentation, Corey brings together passion for coffee and tea with his deep appreciation for Brunswick.

Clip n Shave - Brunswick Daily
Shear satisfaction

Shear satisfaction

Clip N Shave For Men is an unpretentious barbershop located in the heart of Victoria Street. Amid an impressive collection of Elvis parafernalia, we interviewed Michael Di’lecce who opened his business 27 years ago! Michael talked with us about his passion for cutting hair, listening to stories, and making lifetime friends. Read this article and learn more about this iconic spot in Brunswick and experience our suburb through Michael's own story.

Franco Cozzo - Brunswick Daily
Franco Cozzo: Way more than Furniture

Franco Cozzo: Way more than Furniture

In this article, we publish an interview with Madeleine Martiniello, the director of "Palazzo di Cozzo". This is her first feature-length documentary that not only captures the story of the Melburnian icon, Franco Cozzo, but it also serves as a prism through which we can appreciate our culture, our local heroes, and the very many nuances of migration. Click on this card to learn more about Madeleine's experience with Franco.