DID YOU KNOW?
Brunswick was very windy which no doubt caused the aborigines to name it Boort Moornmount Bullarto – ”very windy country”.
Brunswick and our surrounding suburbs have exceptional parks for having a picnic. In this article we share with you what we consider to be the best options to enjoy a picnic now that regulations have eased. Check out our suggestions for wine and cheese too 🙂
The Maggie Pills is a local Melburnian band. Delfi, Jess, Sam, Lum & Mario have made the best out of lockdown having been able to record remotely and to use the darkness that lockdown brings to write and produce a new album that is almost ready! Stay tuned for their new music and hopefully new shows soon!
Longing for holidays, a trip, a new experience? We got your back! Read this article to learn three different routes where you will find urban museums, libraries, and ice cream, lots of ice cream! Beat this lockdown and go on holidays in Brunswick!
The word ‘legend’ is overused these days but if there ever was one in Brunswick, it would have to be Harry Ivory. Harry trained countless boxers over a period of six decades and, at times, they dominated the card at Festival Hall. “He didn’t just teach people how to box and to defend themselves but was inspirational through his actions, words and great insight about life”. Learn his story through the eyes of one of his trainees, Barry York.
Jill Stark is an award winning author, journalist and mental health advocate. And even better - she’s a Brunswick local. Jill shared with us her favourite places in Brunswick, what she loves about the community and how she lives mindfully.