WHAT'S ON IN JULY
As the mornings continue to get darker and the days colder, it’s tempting to stay inside and hibernate this winter. The good news is, you can stay toasty and warm at home this July while still supporting and exploring our beautiful region’s generous offering of local produce, family-friendly activities and talented local businesses. Plus, we have some helpful resources to help you close out the financial year.
Aireys Inlet Virtual Market
Although the upcoming physical market has been postponed, the Aireys Inlet ‘Virtual’ Market features many of the regular stall holders from the boutique market you know and love. Showcasing the best of the region’s arts, crafts and local produce in a way that’s as colourful and quirky as ever, jump online to view a variety of hand-picked creative arts, crafts and gift ideas, as well as gourmet food for your pantry and to eat at home. Connect with your favourite stallholders online and support local businesses here.
Tastes of Central Geelong
Indulge your senses at Tastes of Central Geelong – a month-long festival of food, flavours, and fun! This year, it’s more important than ever to support local restaurants and cafes which is why Tastes of Central Geelong has developed a program that showcases the fantastic food on offer from our beautiful region. Enjoy the event from the comfort of your own home and learn tricks of the trade from local chefs, try exclusive recipes, dine at home and build your own menu items. Or make your way into Central Geelong to sample gourmet food and drink and participate in food-themed activities and offers from restaurants and cafes who need your support. It doesn’t matter if you’re a seasoned foodie or a new-found food lover, young or young at heart, there’s something for everyone at Tastes of Central Geelong.
Bon Appetit! Details can be found here.
Adventure Park’s Activities for Kids
Miss visiting Geelong’s famed Adventure Park with the kids? Bring the fun home with Adventure Park’s free downloadable Activity Book containing puzzles, crosswords, colouring, spot the difference, and more! Most suitable for kids aged 5 – 12, this free activity is available online here.
The end of financial year can be overwhelming for many Australian business owners looking for guidance on how to best lodge their tax return. If you’re a business owner, COVID19 has likely made things even harder. Luckily, the Australian Tax Office is generously offering free webinars covering topics such as how to record income, calculate your income tax deductions, and value depreciating assets. Registrations are essential so book online here.