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Living in the 1970s - Geelong and Barwon Region

Visit the Geelong Heritage Centre's Reading Room and immerse yourself in the imagery and objects 1970s in Geelong and Barwon Region.

While you're there, share your own memory of a signficant happening or event from the era on one of our special memory postcards. The cards will be preserved and become part of the Heritage Centre Collection.

The Living in the 1970s exhibition and Remembering the 1970s memory activity is on now until Friday 31 May.

Click HERE to see the Geelong Heritage Centre opening hours.

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