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A Day Out With Thomas
The Bellarine Railway's Day Out With Thomas event includes unlimited rides with Thomas and those Troublesome Trucks, a 45-minute train ride with one of Thomas’ friends, unlimited activities, competitions and more.

Plus the guest attraction for April will be a Twirling Tea Cup ride, as requested by Lady Hatt!

We recommend booking in advance to avoid disappointment or tickets may purchase at the gate, unless sold out prior. Please see website for details and bookings.

The event is also held in January and October.

When
Daily from 13 April 2019 to 14 April 2019

Upcoming dates
13 April 2019, 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM
14 April 2019, 10:00 AM - 04:00 PM

Where
The Bellarine Railway - Queenscliff Station
20 Symonds Street Queenscliff

Cost
Adult: $25.00
18 years+ (at children's prices)
Child: $25.00
4 to 17 years
Companion Card
Family
Family 1: $85 (2 adults & 2 children) -OR- Family 2: $95 (2 adults & 3 children)
Other/More Information: $15.00
Toddler 1 to 3 years

Facilities Catering and/or dining Change room facilities Children's activities First Aid available Parking available Seating/viewing areas Toilets available Undercover areas Wheelchair accessible

Contact
The Bellarine Railway
Email: info@bellarinerailway.com.au
Phone: 03 5258 2069
Associated organisation: The Bellarine Railway
Website: www.bellarinerailway.com.au/day-out-with-thomas


Geelong Half Marathon 2019

With a scenic flat course around the Barwon River trail, the Geelong Half Marathon attracts up to 1,000 runners every year, with the introduction of a 7km run option. The event is consistently one of the most popular in the state.

The Barwon River running track boasts one of the most beautiful courses on a flat fast surface.

This event is delivered and organised by local runners for runners.

Funds raised from the event are donated to the Andrew Love Cancer Centre.

When:
14 April 2019, 07:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Where: Barwon River Trail
near the Moorabool Street Bridge, Belmont side of the Barwon River - Melway 451 K8

Cost:
Adult: $66.00
Concession: $46.00

Facilities: Change room facilities, Nearby public toilets & Belmont Park Pavilion, First Aid available, Hired personnel on-site and roving patrols, Parking available Adjacent to Belmont Park Pavilion & Belmont Common Toilets available Public toilets located on-site plus hired mobile toilets Wheelchair accessible Area is all flat with no steps

Contact
Kevin McNulty
Email: kevinmcnulty@bigpond.com
Phone: 0409 476 416
Fax: N/A
Associated organisation: Geelong Cross Country Club
Website: http://www.gccc.asn.au


Sidney Nolan's 'Ned Kelly' series

For the first time in 15 years, the National Gallery of Australia’s collection of Sidney Nolan’s ‘Ned Kelly’ paintings is touring Australia in its entirety.

The tour spans four states and one territory including a visit to Geelong with Geelong Gallery the exclusive Victorian venue.

The national tour gives Australians across the country the chance to experience some of the most famous and poignant masterpieces of 20th century Australian art.

While the Kelly paintings have been exhibited internationally at New York’s Metropolitan Museum of Art and at the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin, they have rarely visited the far corners of Australia.

‘It is essential that all Australians have equal opportunity to access these remarkable works,’ said Dr Gerard Vaughan, NGA Director.

‘By experiencing this iconic group of paintings with their radical style, and anti-establishment mythology firsthand, new generations gain insight into the work of one of our most well-known artists.’

From 1946-47, Nolan developed an original and starkly simplified image of Ned Kelly, which quickly became a national symbol—part of the shared iconography of Australia.

The NGA acquired its first Ned Kelly work from the series in 1972, Death of Sergeant Kennedy at Stringybark Creek 1946. In 1977, Sunday Reed donated to the NGA 25 of the 27 paintings from Nolan’s first exhibited Kelly series. Together, these 26 paintings provide a masterclass on Australian art history and the development of a new figuration and landscape painting in Australian art.

Jason Smith, Director & CEO, Geelong Gallery says “This exhibition will be immensely popular with the Greater Geelong community and a major drawcard for visitors to our great city and region. Following the success of the Art Gallery of New South Wales’ 2017 Archibald Prize and upcoming 2018 Archibald Prize, we look forward to presenting this major exhibition to the community. We are also thrilled about the educational opportunities and our ability to continue to demonstrate the capacity and audience reach of Geelong Gallery.”

City of Greater Geelong Mayor, Bruce Harwood says “The City of Greater Geelong is pleased to support Geelong Gallery in its hosting of this iconic exhibition through Geelong Major Events funding. Bringing this internationally significant work to Geelong is another drawcard for the city and supports our vision of a clever and creative city-region.”

This travelling exhibition is supported by the Australian Government through Visions of Australia and the National Collecting Institutions Touring and Outreach Program.

When
Daily from 02 March 2019 to 26 May 2019

Upcoming dates:
See www.geelonggallery.org.au

Where Geelong Gallery 55 Little Malop Street, Geelong

Facilities
Seating/viewing areas
Toilets available
Undercover areas
Wheelchair accessible

Contact
Geelong Gallery
Email: info@geelonggallery.org.au
Phone: 52293645
Associated organisation: Geelong Gallery
Website: www.geelonggallery.org.au