From our very own “Big Kookaburra” to retro technicolor shapes and cool vibrant blues, the streets of Brunswick have changed over the last year. Walking down Sydney Road you may have noticed some amazing murals that have popped up, which awe in both size and style. The brains behind this initiative are the amazing people… Read More Check Out: Brunswick’s Giant Kookaburra and Massive Murals
Hanoi Rose is bringing the flavours of Hanoi’s Old Quarter to Brunswick. Situated on Sydney Road, the restaurant brings a much needed dose of Vietnamese food to the Brunswick locals. With exposed brick walls, polished concrete, large murals and indoor plants, Hanoi Rose ticks all the hipster boxes and serves up fresh food, inspired by… Read More Pho Real: Hanoi Rose Dishes Up Authentic Vietnamese in Brunswick
Used by commuters and artists alike, the Upfield Bike Path is a hub for locals and is definitely worth getting off the train for. Jump off the train at Brunswick Station and heading down the path towards the city for a quick and cheap self guided tour. You will be able to spot a host… Read More Self Guided Street Art Tour: Upfield Line
Feel like exploring a space that is full of sustainable ideas, ethical cafes and amazing art? Look no further, Florence Street in Brunswick has it all.… Read More Sustainably, Street Art and Architecture: Florence Street, Brunswick
New to Brunswick? Or want the local knowledge on where to go? Look now further, I have jotted down the must dos for any Brunswick newbie or local alike.… Read More Brunswick To Do List: Mediterranean Wholesalers
Love street art? Take this self guided tour of Sydney Road… Read More Self Guided Street Art Tour: Sydney Road
Classic elegance shown at the Brunswick Town Hall (pictured last year). With all of the grunge, vintage, retro, hipster, ’70s, ’80s, ’90s, early ’00s revival swirling around the 3056 it’s a solid reminder that Brunswick has been cool for a long time – Outlasting the trends and setting its own.