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Pakington Street

Pako Collective is nestled in the heart of Pakington Street, Newtown.

Being a part of Pako Collective, means you will be a part of a inspired and progressive community.



Josh Crosbie Architects is a team of passionate young architects that thrive on innovative and sustainable design, in both residential and commercial sectors. The Pako Collective space is set to become their second home, expanding on their current office location in Lorne on the Great Ocean Road. Josh Crosbie and the team are excited by the opportunity to embrace the new community members of Pako Collective.


Walking into Pako Collective you will be met with a complete Dowel Jones fit-out. Dowel Jones have won numerous awards for products both nationally and internationally. If you like what you see, you can head to BOOM Gallery for a glimpse at their showroom.


Our recommended coffee spot, the team at Born and Bread are churning out stunning specialty coffee and artisan goods. Choose from pastries, sourdough breads or something sweet. It goes without saying that this is the perfect lunch time hang out.


Cricket has worked all over the world pursuing her photography career, mainly in product and fashion. Cricket's studio is stunning - affectionately named Lichtenstein Studio (because it is the size of a small country), the space is impressively large and light-filled. It is well worth a visit if you get the chance.


Boom Gallery is a vibrant and active contemporary art and design gallery. Launched by Ren Inei and Kate Jacoby in 2011, Boom exhibits original art and design by local, interstate and international artists, designers and makers. Boom continues to grow and evolve, both physically and conceptually adding to the cultural fibre of Geelong.