Geelong Arts & Culture Trails Mobile App

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Unearth art studios and galleries, striking public artworks, creative spaces and exciting performing arts locations, and find new ways to connect with our Indigenous and post-settlement histories.

Choose the version for your mobile device below.

Click here to download App on Apple devices
Click here to download the App on Apple devices

(For iPad, select iPhone Only version)

Click here to download App on Android devices
Click here to download the App on Android devices

Official M~M: Connecting Memory Mobile App

Connecting Memory App Logo1low res Click to download on your mobile device.

The Connecting Memory App taps into a rich collection of digital stories about the iconic places and fascinating people of Geelong and the Bellarine Peninsula, Victoria, Australia. Local voices tell local stories through film, spoken word, song and text.

Connecting Memory draws together work from a range of projects created through City of Greater Geelong’s Connecting Identities project, which commenced in 2008.  It houses films and written stories from Memory Bank, audio stories from the [murmur] Geelong project, and music and songs from the M2M Contemporary Songline composition.  New stories are being added regularly.

Connecting Memory is the perfect companion for M~M: Geelong’s Extreme Arts Walk.



In 2009, a collection of tracks were recorded to highlight and reflect the lands of the Geelong region. The M2M album is the result of this recording session, highlighting landscapes, special places, the built environments and the people of the region.

Singer/Songwriters Tiffany Eckhardt, Dave Steel and Rose Bygrave joined local composer Rod Gear for the collaboration, with the limited edition CD tracking the M~M experience from mountain to river mouth.

The album will provide the perfect audio experience for your M~M journey, so be sure to pick up a copy before M~M2016 (6-7 May 2016).

Now available on CD for just $25 directly from the Arts & Culture Department at the National Wool Museum in Geelong. For more information, please phone 03 5272 4703 or email



The Voices Oral History Project:

The preservation of Geelong’s oral history as presented on Geelong Community Radio 3YYR.

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