The best stop for hot and cold beverages on your travels throughout Melbourne
3 SHOPS LOCATED IN 2 OF MELBOURNE'S BUSIEST TRAIN STATIONS
Parliament Railway Station,
Cnr Spring & Bourke Sts, Melbourne VIC 3000
Geelong Railway Station
Railway Terrace, Geelong VIC 3220
Come in and meet our friendly staff and get your delicious coffee fix no matter whether you're coming or going!
Stories are clustered around the footprint of the M~M Contemporary Songline, a path which extends from the You Yangs Regional Park mountain range in the north to beautiful Barwon Heads, at the mouth of the Barwon River in the south, via the Bellarine and Queenscliff.
The app is a useful companion to M~M: Geelong's 24-hour Extreme Arts Walk - an 80km journey in 12 stages that traces the Contemporary Songline. The M~M(pronounced “M to M”) walk occurs biennially in May and is open to all.
Travellers on this route can unearth content by traversing the land and Walking Circles based on ancient labyrinth designs to unlock stories as they pass through grasslands, industrial nightscapes, the city centre, rural landscapes and beaches across the twelve wards of our municipality: Austin, Buckley, Beangala, Brownbill, Kardinia, Corio, Coryule, Deakin, Kildare, Windermere, Cowie, Greater Geelong and Cheetham, as well as historic Borough of Queenscliffe.
Highlights of the route include Serendip wildlife sanctuary, Bob McGovern Path, Hovells Creek, Limeburners Lagoon, North Geelong and North Shore, Corio Bay, Western Bay walk, Geelong Waterfront, Steampacket Gardens, Bellarine Rail Trail, Swan Bay, Point Lonsdale, Ocean Grove Beach, and Barwon Heads.
Connect and reflect as you take time to walk this land.
Connecting Memory and M~M acknowledge Wadawurrung Traditional Owners of this land and all Aboriginal and Torres Islander People who are part of the Greater Geelong community today.