WHAT S ON AT THE
LIBRARY SUMMER 2013
THE SUMMER READ HOLIDAY FUN! AUTHOR ENCOUNTERS
WELCOME TO OUR LIBRARIES We are all looking forward to summer after another hectic year in which the pace of life seems to have gained even greater momentum! For many of us summer is a chance to relax, unwind and recharge the batteries. It provides a glorious opportunity to enjoy some sun, go to the beach, spend time with family and, of course, enjoy some fabulous books. Once again we partner with the State library of Victoria to present the Summer Read which celebrates Victoria as a centre for writing, books and readers. Make sure you visit the library to borrow your favourites from this year’s list and go in the running for some great prizes by recommending another great read. We have some terrific events to inspire you over summer including an absolute highlight, a special author event with acclaimed literary genius, Margaret Drabble. We are also delighted to host the presenter of ABC TV series, ‘Who’s Been Sleeping in My House’, archaeologist Adam Ford. Our Summer program involves plenty of eKnow How activities to help you build up your digital literacy and, as always, you can rely on us to provide some excellent literacybased fun for children and young people over the long summer break from school. The science of spying is the focus for Holiday Fun activities on this occasion. I look forward to seeing you at the library! CR ANDY RICHARDS / CHAIR Geelong Regional Library Corporation
BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL WHEREVER YOU SEE THIS SYMBOL Unless specified, events are free of charge, however places are limited. HOW DO I MAKE A BOOKING? Online – go to our website www.grlc.vic.gov.au/events, choose your event, make your booking and print your ticket. In person – go to your local library and staff will book on your behalf. By phone – 03 5272 6010. Group bookings – 03 5272 6010.
CONTENTS SPECIAL EVENTS
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS
ALL ABOUT KIDS!
The Summer Read
The Summer Read is back and gives you the chance to celebrate Victoria as a centre for writing, books and readers.
We bring you a unique opportunity to enjoy an evening with acclaimed novelist Margaret Drabble.
This summer we invite you to join us as we unlock the mysterious secret world of spies.
SPECIAL EVENTS ADAM FORD: WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY HOUSE?
THE SUMMER READ & PHOTO COMPETITION Summer is the perfect time to pick up a book and read. After the often hectic pace of life throughout the year, the Summer Read encourages us all to relax and recharge. Visit the library to browse the books and borrow your favourites. Recommend another great read and you'll be in the running to win great prizes! The Summer Read is presented in partnership with the State Library of Victoria and Public Libraries Victoria Network. For details, visit www.slv.vic.gov.au/summer-read In celebration of the Summer Read, we are running a photo competition with the theme 'My Summer Holiday!' Further info and competition rules at www.grl.vic.gov.au/photo-comp-2014
Archaeologist and cultural heritage expert, Adam Ford, is the presenter of the popular ABC TV series, 'Who's Been Sleeping in My House?'. Throughout an archaeological career spanning 25 years and on expeditions across the world, Adam has thrown his energy, enthusiasm and humour into unlocking the mysteries of the past whilst suffering the effects of spiders, scorpions, heat-stroke and dysentery. Adam talks about his experience of piecing together the past as well as the amazing discoveries that he has made whilst recording the series and some of the unexpected emotional impacts that the findings have had on the current custodians of the houses he's looked at. Thursday 27 February Waurn Ponds 6.30-8.00pm
AN EVENING WITH MARGARET DRABBLE Presented in partnership by Geelong Regional Library Corporation, GPAC and The Wheeler Centre
Margaret Drabble is a consummate chronicler of London, which she knows ‘as thoroughly as any novelist has ever known any city’, according to Joyce Carol Oates. Her insightful, affecting novels about the inner lives of conflicted women as they navigate the change-filled terrain of the 1960s onward (including ambition and motherhood), have been much celebrated – and loved. Her eighteenth novel, The Pure Gold Baby, explores single motherhood and disability, through the life of anthropologist Jess, who has an affair with a professor that results in ‘pure gold baby’ Anna, a special needs child who will need Jess’s care for the rest of her life, altering its course forever in complex ways. The Australian declares Drabble – a former editor of the Oxford Companion to English Literature – ‘at the height of her game’ in this ‘adroit’ novel, one that has been compared to her 1965 classic The Millstone.
Tuesday 25 February Geelong Performing Arts Centre 6.30-8.00pm (including book signings) Cost: $20, $12 Concession BOOKINGS: In person: 50 Little Malop St, Geelong Phone: 5225 1200 Online: www.gpac.org.au
Book now for this rare opportunity to hear one of the most acclaimed novelists of our time speak about her latest work and the writing process. Enjoy the opportunity to see Margaret in Geelong first!
AUTHOR ENCOUNTERS Meet these authors and hear about their books and the writing process
Geelong artist Mirjana Margetic will talk about her book, The History of Serbian Migration in Victoria. The book is an exploration of heritage and identity.
KRISSY NICHOLSON: TSUNAMI & THE SINGLE GIRL Amongst chaos and devastation, Krissy Nicholson learns about the power of the human spirit in the face of adversity. Set in humanitarian disaster zones around the world, Krissy's story is about her journey as an aid worker and her search for a soul mate. Thursday 5 December Waurn Ponds 6.30-8.00pm
MIRJANA MARGETIC: THE HISTORY OF SERBIAN MIGRATION IN VICTORIA
Friday 6 December Corio 7.00-8.00pm
TRADER FAULKNER: INSIDE TRADER Come and hear Trader Faulkner talk about his career in theatre from 1950s London stages to more recent times and places. Trader's tales include anecdotes from some of the biggest names in showbiz from the last century including Richard Burton, Vivien Leigh and Laurence Olivier. Wednesday 19 February Belmont 6.30-8.00pm
eKNOW HOW AXIS 360 eBOOKS
BOOK A LIBRARIAN
Learn about our newest eBook Platform Axis 360. Download the app and continue your journey into the world of eBooks. Tuesday 10 December Queenscliff 2.00-3.00pm
Monday 10 February Drysdale 1.30-2.30pm
This one hour session for the beginner will explore Android tablets. Bring along your own device and get some tips on how to get the most out of your tablet.
Thursday 30 January Ocean Grove 2.00-3.00pm Monday 10 February Geelong West 6.30-7.30pm Thursday 13 February Waurn Ponds 2.00-3.00pm
Mondays Corio 2.00-4.00pm
Monday 6 January Geelong 2.00-3.00pm
Book a 30 minute one-to-one session to help you use the library's eCollection and get the most out of your library.
Would you like to learn how to borrow and download eBooks from the library website? This session will guide you through the set up and downloading process and by the end of the session you will have your first eBook to read!
Monday 20 January Waurn Ponds 2.00-3.00pm Thursday 23 January Bannockburn 3.00-4.00pm Thursday 6 February Torquay 11.00am-12.00noon
DISCOVER YOUR ANCESTRY This session is for new users of the Ancestry Library Edition database and will provide an introduction to the site for those interested in discovering more about their family history. Tuesday 11 February Lara 2.30-3.30pm
iPAD BASICS Find out why iPads are so popular and get some tips on how to make the most of your iPad in this beginner's session. Bring along your own device or use one provided by the library. Wednesday 4 December Newcomb 2.30-3.30pm
Wednesday 22 January Barwon Heads 2.30-3.30pm
Monday 9 December Belmont 2.30-3.30pm Geelong 2.00-3.00pm
Thursday 23 January Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Tuesday 17 December Waurn Ponds 6.00-7.00pm Monday 30 December Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Tuesday 28 January Chilwell 2.00-3.00pm Monday 3 February Geelong West 6.00-7.00pm
Monday 6 January Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Wednesday 5 February Newcomb 2.30-3.30pm Geelong 10.00-11.00am
Wednesday 8 January Newcomb 2.30-3.30pm
Thursday 6 February Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Friday 10 January Bannockburn 3.00-4.00pm
Monday 10 February Drysdale 10.30-11.30am Highton 2.30-3.30pm
Monday 13 January Geelong 2.00-3.00pm Highton 2.30-3.30pm Thursday 16 January Belmont 2.30-3.30pm Torquay 11.00am-12.00noon
Tuesday 18 February Waurn Ponds 6.00-7.00pm Ocean Grove 6.30-7.30pm Thursday 20 February Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Monday 20 January Drysdale 2.30-3.30pm
Monday 24 February Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Tuesday 21 January Corio 2.00-3.00pm Lara 10.30-11.30am Waurn Ponds 6.00-7.00pm
Tuesday 25 February Queenscliff 2.00-3.00pm
ONLINE DIGITAL MAGAZINES Want the latest Better Homes and Gardens or a magazine of your choice delivered straight to your device using Zinio? Come and learn how to access this free service. Monday 16 December Belmont 2.30-3.30pm
Friday 10 January Belmont 10.00-11.00am Thursday 16 January Waurn Ponds 2.00-3.00pm iPAD HELP DESK Book a 30 minute one-to-one session to help you make the most of your iPad or iPad Mini. You can borrow one of the library iPads or bring your own.
Tuesday 10 December Waurn Ponds 2.00-2.30pm, 2.30-3.00pm
Wednesday 26 February Newcomb 10.30-11.30am
TOOLS FOR TEACHERS
Tuesday 14 January Waurn Ponds 2.00-2.30pm, 2.30-3.00pm
Prepare for the new school year by delving into a variety of our eCollection databases which both teachers and students will find useful for research and study.
Tuesday 28 January Waurn Ponds 2.00-2.30pm, 2.30-3.00pm
Friday 24 January Newcomb 2.30-3.30pm
Tuesday 11 February Waurn Ponds 2.00-2.30pm, 2.30-3.00pm
Tuesday 4 February Belmont 6.30-7.30pm
Tuesday 25 February Waurn Ponds 2.00-2.30pm, 2.30-3.00pm
Thursday 13 February Corio 4.30-5.30pm
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS NOW AVAILABLE! BOOK CLUB KITS Did you know that Book Club Kits are now available for loan to book clubs which join the library as group members? There are 75 exciting titles to choose from with more to come. Containing 12 copies of the same book, each kit is available for loan for up to six weeks. Information about the title and links to reviews and discussion questions can also be provided. Get your book club involved in this new initiative, FREE to library members, and enjoy the benefits!
BOOK BITES Join us in the library for a 30-minute story time for adults. Just relax and let us read to you! Thursdays Geelong 12.30-1.00pm
Fridays, commencing February 7 Waurn Ponds 11.00-11.30am
CONSERVE ENERGY AND START SAVING Learn how to conserve energy in your home and reduce the cost of your energy bills. Derek Ryan from the Geelong West Neighbourhood House will talk about insulation, walls, heating, lighting, double glazed windows and a variety of other topics. Get to know your house better and start saving today! Monday 2 December Geelong West 6.00-7.30pm
OVERSIZED CHESS AND CHECKERS Have a game or watch the art of Chess and Checkers. Indoors in Winter and outdoors in Summer. No bookings required. Saturdays Bannockburn 10.00-11.00am
PROGRAMS FOR ADULTS
THE ART OF PAPER MAKING
Come and chat about the books you have been reading, hear recommendations and meet new people. No bookings required. Third Tuesday of the Month Ocean Grove 2.30-3.30pm
Learn how to make your very own paper at this two hour workshop with Tim Spencer! Adults and children. 10+ Thursday 23 January Geelong West 2.00-4.00pm
First Tuesday of the Month Waurn Ponds 2.30-3.30pm EDIBLE GARDENING FOR GOOD HEALTH
Third Thursday of the Month Torquay 7.00-8.00pm
Gardening expert Lorna Martin will discuss edible organic gardening principles including no-dig vegetable gardens, composting and worm farming, and how this contributes to a healthier lifestyle.
GAMES GROUP Meet new people and enjoy some friendly rivalry over games such as Scrabble and Checkers.
First Wednesday of the Month Bannockburn 6.00-7.00pm
Wednesday 19 February Newcomb 6.30-7.45pm
MAGAZINE TO CHRISTMAS DĂ‰COR Learn how to make wonderful Christmas trees out of a single magazine! Perfect for table decorations. Thursday 12 December Geelong West 2.30-3.30pm
YOUTH PROGRAMS MANGA CLUB
TGIF GAME TIME
Are you a fan of Anime and Manga? Come along to Manga Club to meet other otaku and draw. Discuss and share all things Manga. No bookings required. Ages 12+
Ready for a break at the end of the week? TGIF Game Time is a chance for you to sit back with a controller, deck, or pair of dice and play games new and old. No bookings required. Ages 12+
Tuesdays December 3, 17 &31 January 14 & 28 February 11 & 25 Belmont 5.00-6.00pm
Fridays December 6 & 20 January 3, 17 & 31 February 14 & 28 Waurn Ponds 4.00-5.00pm
Wednesdays December 11 January 8 & 24 February 5 & 19 Newcomb 5.00-6.00pm Thursdays December 12 January 9 & 23 February 6 & 20 Waurn Ponds 5.00-6.00pm
POP FICTION Explore what makes your favourite cartoons, games, books and movies awesome at Pop Fiction. Join in to create stories, comics, videos, memes, and talk about everything popular culture. No booking required. Ages 12+ Tuesdays December 10 & 24 January 7 & 21 February 4 & 18 Torquay 4.00-5.00pm Wednesdays December 4 & 18 January 15 & 29 February 12 & 26 Waurn Ponds 5.00-6.00pm
BLACK HEARTED POETRY Forget about sweet Valentines as this one hour session will explore the broken-hearted world of black out poetry. Ages 12+
Friday 14 February Ocean Grove 4.00-5.00pm
PLANTS VS. ZOMBIES So you love the living dead when they war with flora? Come join other Zombie fans to explore the digital world of this epic battle as well as make a zombie chibi head. If you write and perform the best zombie drone chant you may be the talk of the town. Ages 8+ Friday 28 February Ocean Grove 4.00-5.30pm
HOLIDAY STUFF! BOOK SAFE
MAKE YOUR OWN CAMERA!
Secrets need to be kept safe from prying eyes so come along to this session and make a safe from a hard back book. Ages 12+
Wednesday 8 January Geelong West 3.30-4.30pm
Wednesday 22 January Corio 1.00-3.00pm
Monday 20 January Queenscliff 2.30-4.00pm
COMIC CRIME Develop a shady character or a crime fighter and then bring them to life in a comic. Ages 12+
Friday 17 January Torquay 2.30-4.00pm Wednesday 22 January Ocean Grove 2.30-4.00pm Friday 24 January Geelong West 2.30-4.00pm
Tuesday 14 January Waurn Ponds 2.30-4.00pm Monday 20 January Newcomb 2.30-4.00pm
Thursday 16 January Lara 3.00-4.30pm
Monday 13 January Geelong 2.30-4.30pm
Create your very own pinhole camera. Ages 12+
MYSTERY LIBRARY TOUR QR SCANNING WITH iPADS Learn all about the mystery of QR codes as you create and scan your own. Ages 12+ Wednesday 15 January Belmont 2.30-4.00pm
CRIME SCENE STENCILS Use stencils and spray paint to create some street-inspired art. Ages 12+ Thursday 16 January Waurn Ponds 2.00-4.00pm Friday 24 January Ocean Grove 2.00-4.00pm
GAME ON! Get your game on at these hands-on console gaming sessions. Ages 12+ Tuesday 21 January Corio 4.00-6.00pm
Wednesday 22 January Lara 6.00-8.00pm Thursday 23 January Bannockburn 6.00-8.00pm In partnership with Golden Plains Shire Youth Development Team
ALL ABOUT KIDS! BABY TIME Filled with songs, rhymes and finger plays to stimulate little minds and encourage early language skills, a Baby Time session is an early literacy program for babies. No booking required. 0-12 Months. Tuesdays all year except January Lara, Torquay 2.30-2.50pm Wednesdays all year except January Corio, Drysdale 11.30-11.50am Belmont, Geelong West 2.30-2.50pm Thursdays all year except January Bannockburn, Geelong, Ocean Grove, Waurn Ponds 11.30-11.50am Fridays all year except January Barwon Heads, Newcomb 11.30-11.50am Third Saturday of the month except January Belmont 10.30-10.50am
TODDLER TIME Toddler Time sessions encourage early literacy skills through songs, rhymes and a shared reading experience that assist in the development of a lifelong love of reading in your child. No booking required. Ages 1-3. Mondays during school terms Waurn Ponds 10.30-11.00am Tuesdays during school terms Newcomb 10.30-11.00am Corio 11.30-12.00noon Wednesdays during school terms Belmont 9.30-10.00am Wednesdays during school terms Ocean Grove 10.30-11.00am Thursdays during school terms Geelong West, Lara 10.30-11.00am
ALL ABOUT KIDS!
PRESCHOOL STORY TIME Sharing stories with your child is one of the best ways to encourage early literacy skills and develop a lifelong love of reading. Join us for fun sessions of stories, songs and rhymes. No booking required. Ages 3+ Mondays during school terms Torquay 10.30-11.15am Tuesdays during school terms Belmont, Chilwell, Corio, Drysdale 10.30-11.15am Wednesdays during school terms Geelong West, Lara, Torquay, Waurn Ponds 10.30-11.15am Thursdays during the school terms Bannockburn, Belmont, Corio, Geelong, Newcomb, Queenscliff 10.30-11.15am Fridays during school terms Barwon Heads, Highton, Ocean Grove 10.30-11.15am
LEGO FRIDAY Be a part of the fun at the library and construct some awesome Lego creations! Ages 5+ Every Friday starting 7 February Geelong West 4.00-5.00pm
SATURDAY TALES CHATTER BOOKS Why not join us for an afternoon of bookish fun? We'll explore your favourite books, authors, genres and so much more! No booking required. Ages 8+ First Monday of the month during school term starting 3 February Geelong West 4.00-5.00pm First Thursday of the month during school term Bannockburn 4.00-5.00pm
Special Saturday story-time sessions. Ages 3+ Saturdays February 8 March 8 April 5 May 31 June 28 July 26 Geelong West 10.30-11.30am
TWILIGHT PYJAMA PARTY
TINSEL TALES Celebrate the tradition of storytelling with folk tales embracing the spirit of Christmas. Perfect for school children and families, Tinsel Tales brings Christmas to life through the imagination of the listener. Ages 5+ Friday 6 December Belmont 6.30-7.30pm
Put on your pyjamas and bring your favourite cuddly toy to the library for sleepy time stories and songs. Ages 3+ Wednesday 12 February Bannockburn 6.00-7.00pm
PAKO FESTA! TALES FROM FARAWAY LANDS FIND YOUR RHYTHM Learn how to find your natural rhythm at this session with special guest, percussionist Joseph Stanaway. Bring a drum, an upside down bucket or wooden spoon and get ready to feel the beat! Ages 8+ Friday 13 December Bannockburn 4.00-5.00pm
Join us as we travel the world through tales. Let the storyteller weave their magic, fire up your imagination and take you on an adventurous journey. All ages.
Saturday 22 February Geelong West 1.00-1.45pm
PAKO FESTA! BADGE MAKING OOO I ADORE ADVENTURE TIME Whether your favourite is Finn or Jake or Princess Bubble-gum come and explore Adventure Time at the library. Check out some adventurous games on our iPads and write an ode that celebrates the Land of Ooo. Ages 8+ Tuesday 11 February Newcomb 4.00-5.00pm
Come to the library and create a Pako Festa-inspired design and make your own badges! Ages 5+ Saturday 22 February Geelong West 2.00-3.00pm
ALL ABOUT KIDS!
SUMMER NIGHTS TALES Relax and enjoy summer with some night-time tales. Ages 3+ Tuesday 25 February Ocean Grove 6.00-7.00pm
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS Have fun making your own Christmas decorations to hang at home. Ages 5+ Tuesday 10 December Geelong West 2.30-3.30pm
CHRISTMAS STORY TIME Come to the library for a special Christmas story time. Ages 3+ Saturday 14 December Geelong West 10.30-11.30am
HOLIDAY FUN! I SPY WITH MY LITTLE EYE STORY TIME
MOVIE MANIA It's a fiesta of film fun these school holidays. Join us for a movie that is sure to amuse and entertain. Movies are G and PG rated. Ages 8+ Monday 6 January Corio 3.00-5.00pm
Let your imagination run wild with this exciting storytelling session that incorporates the age old classic game of "I Spy". Ages 3+
Monday 13 January Corio 3.00-5.00pm
Tuesday 21 January Belmont, Lara 10.30-11.30am
Wednesday 15 January Waurn Ponds 2.30-4.00pm Newcomb 6.00-8.00pm
Wednesday 22 January Waurn Ponds 10.30-11.30am
Monday 20 January Corio 3.00-5.00pm
Friday 24 January Ocean Grove 10.30-11.30am
Wednesday 22 January Waurn Ponds 2.30-4.00pm
MYSTERY STORY TIME
Friday 24 January Belmont 2.30-4.00pm
Be a part of this story time adventure and help solve the mystery. Ages 3+ Tuesday 7 January Lara 10.30-11.30am
SCAVENGER HUNT Journey through the library and search for the hidden items on this fun-filled scavenger hunt. Ages 3+
Starts Monday 6 January Belmont, Geelong West, Highton, Geelong. Available throughout the school holidays - ask your librarian for a scavenger hunt sheet.
Thursday 9 January Corio, Geelong 10.30-11.30am Thursday 16 January Queenscliff 10.30-11.30am Saturday 18 January Belmont 10.30-11.30am Monday 20 January Torquay 10.30-11.15am
Tuesday 7 January Bannockburn 10.30-11.30am
ALL ABOUT KIDS!
WHO, WHAT AND WHY STORY TIME
Come along and play some spy-related games including Cluedo, Guess Who, Battleship and much more. Ages 8+
Join in and help the storyteller solve the mystery as the plot thickens and clues are revealed. Ages 3+
Tuesday 7 January Corio 11.00am-1.00pm
Tuesday 14 January Chilwell 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 9 January Belmont 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 16 January Newcomb 10.30-11.30am
Tuesday 14 January Ocean Grove 6.00-7.00pm
Friday 17 January Ocean Grove 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 23 January Drysdale, Geelong West 10.30-11.30am
SUMMER STORY TIME Come to the library for a summer-themed story time located outside in the Geelong West Plaza! (Weather Permitting). Ages 3+ Wednesday 8 January Geelong West 10.30-11.30am
SPY GADGETS Where would spies be without their gadgets? Come and start your spy career with some spy essentials. Ages 8+ Tuesday 14 January Geelong 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 16 January Belmont 10.30-11.30am Thursday 23 January Lara 10-11.30am Waurn Ponds 2.30-3.30pm
BUILD A SPY PLANE
Investigate, play and learn about apps. Ages 8+
Monday 13 January Ocean Grove 2.30-4.00pm
Fly under the radar with these handmade paper aeroplanes. Designed for stealth! Ages 8+ Tuesday 14 January Corio 11.00am-12.00noon
Monday 20 January Drysdale 10.30am-12.00noon
Friday 17 January Geelong West 3.00-4.00pm
INVESTIGATING THE PAST: DINOSAURS! Experience a fun and interactive workshop that combines both science and art! See fossil casts and dinosaur art created by the very talented author/ illustrator Andrew Plant! Suitable for Ages 8 to extinct. Tuesday 14 January Torquay 10.00-11.30am Bannockburn 2.00-3.30pm Geelong West 4.30-6.00pm
WHERE'S WALLY? STORY TIME Wally has disappeared again. Come along and help us find him. Ages 3+ Tuesday 14 January Lara 10.30-11.30am Thursday 23 January Geelong 10.30-11.30am
ALL ABOUT KIDS!
SPY SCIENCE Investigate the science of spying: make your own finger print dust, invisible ink and other spy essentials. Ages 8+ Thursday 9 January Lara 2.00-3.00pm
Thursday 16 January Bannockburn 10.30-11.30am Friday 17 January Ocean Grove 2.30-4pm
CRACK THE CODE SPY VS. SPY Come and pit your spy skills against other budding spies in this fun-filled competition. Test your skills of memory, observation, disguise, code-breaking and much more! Ages 8+ Wednesday 15 January Corio 11.00am-1.00pm Friday 17 January Highton 10.30-11.30am Wednesday 22 January Ocean Grove 10.30am-12.00noon
Learn the crucial spy skill of writing messages in secret codes and then learn how to break the code! Ages 8+ Tuesday 21 January Corio 1.00-3.00pm
I SPY STORY TIME Stories with lots of flaps, surprises and things to discover. Ages 3+
Thursday 16 January Geelong 10.30-11.30am
Thursday 23 January Lara 2.00-3.30pm
BANNOCKBURN 25-27 High Street T 5281 2367 BARWON HEADS Barwon Heads Primary School, Golf Links Road T 5254 2143
GEELONG State Government Offices 30-38 Little Malop Street T 5222 1212 GEELONG WEST 153A Pakington Street T 5229 1939 HIGHTON
Roslyn Road (cnr Bellevue Avenue) T 5243 4864
163 High Street T 5243 2655 CHILWELL 51 Russell Street, Newtown T 5221 5129 CORIO Cox Road (cnr Moa Street) Norlane T 5275 2388 DRYSDALE 18-20 Hancock Street T 5251 3855
LARA 5 Walkers Road T 5282 4182 NEWCOMB Cnr Bellarine Highway and Wilsons Road T 5248 1802 OCEAN GROVE Presidents Avenue (cnr The Avenue) T 5255 4218
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QUEENSCLIFF 55 Hesse Street T 5258 2017 TORQUAY Surf City Plaza, Beach Road T 5261 3049 WAURN PONDS 140 Pioneer Road T 5244 0048 WESTERN HEIGHTS Western Heights College Vines Road, Hamlyn Heights T 5277 1177 Opening hours and further information available at our website www.grlc.vic.gov.au