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Sunrise broadcasts from The Dome

Popular breakfast television program Sunrise, on Channel 7, will broadcast the weather from Geelong Library & Heritage Centre on Thursday 20 September.

Weather presenter Sam Mac and the Sunrise weather crew are currently running an A-Z of Australia segment and – yep – you guessed it – G is for Geelong!

The Geelong Library & Heritage Centre will be open from 6am. 

Sam will be broadcasting from the Children's Floor on level 1, the Reading Nest Ngawirring ngiyt at 6:30am.

Join us to be part of the fun!

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