What's on in June
Looking for things to do now it’s Winter in Geelong? Here’s our round up of the best activities to do in the Gen Fyansford area this June!
Music and Street Serenades in the City
Parade along Geelong’s iconic Little Malop Street, only 10-minutes away from Gen Fyansford, enjoying the best food and shopping the city has to offer whilst live music is performed. Performed on various days between 12pm – 2pm, there will be guitarists, singers, soloist, and small groups, all keeping you entertained between your visits to the city’s best stores, cafes, and restaurants.
How Cities Work
Take the little ones to discover something new this month at the National Wool Museum’s interactive family exhibition, ‘How Cities Work’. Enter an immersive cityscape full of tactile and sensory activities. Peek inside buildings, duck underground, see and hear the city come to life with playful animations, bustling sounds, and something new to uncover on every street corner. It’s the city as you’ve never experienced it before. Learn more here.
One of our favourite Gen Fyansfod neighbours is the Geelong Gallery. A lush museum full of changing exhibits and artworks, venture on a 10-minute drive from the esate this month to enjoy a free catch-up in the Geelong Gallery designed for young bubs to explore and enjoy works of art, storytelling, and play. Suitable for ages 18 month sto 4 years. Learn more here.
Self-described as ‘Geelong’s biggest garage sale’ this market boasts stall upon stall of pre-loved and vintage clothing, homewares, jewellery, and crafts. Plus, fresh fruit and vegetables, plants and flowers, hot food and confectionery! Open every Sunday (except public holidays), from 8am to 1pm. Hosted at the Barwon Valley Activity Centre entry is free.
Strength and Grace
Geelong is bursting with local talent, such as the actors participating in ‘Strength and Grace’, a brand-new show about strong women who helped shape Geelong. Dazzle in music, singing, and live stage performances from current women in Geelong as they retell the tales of the city’s most iconic female historical figures. Book tickets online now.