Jul 082014
 

brunswick heads community

Brunswick Heads is a great little coastal village in Byron Shire, on the NSW north coast. Located on the mouth of the Brunswick River. Brunswick Heads has retained its traditional seaside village atmosphere.

Read about the History of Brunswick Heads.

List of Brunswick Heads Community Services.

List of Brunswick Heads Community Groups.

List of Brunswick Heads Community Halls and Facilities.

Brunswick Heads stages several Festivals & Events each year.

  • The Kites and Bikes Festival – held every second year in March – not in 2014
  • Mullum to Bruns Paddle – Sun 25 May 2014
  • The Old and Gold Festival – Sat 7 June 2014
  • Back to Bruns Hot Rod Event – Friday 11 to Sunday 13 July 2014
  • The Simple Pleasures Photography Competition held each year June-September.
  • Byron to Bruns Beach Run – August 2014 tba
  • Twilight Markets & Christmas Celebrations – Wed 17 December 2014
  • The Woodchop Carnival as part of the Fish ‘n Chips Festival held each year in January.

 

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6 months ago
Good morning Bruns ... See MoreSee Less
Good morning Bruns

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Covid got it

Did you lose The Bay?

6 months ago
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Gosh, our markets never stopped in Canberra, and I couldn’t live without them.

Maybe because many of the stall holders come from QLD? Or are staying within the bubble.

Dang it we camping here for the weekend just for the market 😭😭

It didn't surprise me. 😀

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6 months ago
Do you own a dog? Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey for the council and you can win a pooch pamper voucher.Calling all pooch owners!

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Thank you for your valued time and help!
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Do you own a dog? Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey for the council and you can win a pooch pamper voucher.
6 months ago
Good morning Bruns ... See MoreSee Less
Good morning Bruns

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this is what I miss, the water looks great.

Loved seeing this pic of the bar looking from the south wall to the north SO much seeing I live in Victoria & can’t get back to my roots for a visit!

6 months ago
It looks like the magpie on the terrace has started doing his spring thing. He seems to mostly leave walkers alone, he mostly targets people with bikes. ... See MoreSee Less

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I heard if you come across an aggressive one, stop walking, take off any glasses and look it in the eye. A pocket full of small dog food may also be useful. As we know they remember people who feed them...they remember your face.

No it's going for walkers as well

Only defending its territory, just beware ✌️✌️

7 months ago
Looking for a market opportunity this weekend? The federal market has returned.Federal Village Market is on again this Sunday. There are spots for a handful of new stalholders. If you're keen email venuejaspercorner@gmail.com ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for a market opportunity this weekend? The federal market has returned.
7 months ago
Limited tickets to this awesome event, with local artists.We're excited to announce that our dear friend Àine Tyrrell is performing two exclusive shows here at the Picture House with the amazing Bunyarra Culture Collective to launch the powerful new single "We Call You Now" - on Friday, 21 August and Saturday, 22 August @ 7pm. Click on the event link below to check out how this single came about - and with limited tickets of 50 per performance - you'll definitely not want to miss these exclusive shows! Tickets on sale here: bit.ly/2DEz5Y4

We Call You Now w/ Áine Tyrrell and Bunyarra Culture Collective
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Limited tickets to this awesome event, with local artists.
7 months ago
Now is the time to explore your own back yard. This New Bush Tucker tour, with Aunty Delta is proving a hit with locals.

#Exploreyourownbackyeard
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Now is the time to explore your own back yard. This New Bush Tucker tour, with Aunty Delta is proving a hit with locals. #Exploreyourownbackyeard
7 months ago
Looking after the fish#CouncilsDo care for our environment.

Did you know that 27.4km of the Brunswick River has been restored for fish navigation all year round … up from the 10 days a year that fish were able to travel a short distance from the river mouth, in the past. We achieved this by building causeways that allow fish to swim freely beneath them. A great idea and a huge win for the fish!
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Looking after the fish

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Just to point out, I believe they are talking about upstream where causeways were blocking the movement of fish.

What crap, yes it were dredged, yes it is silted up now. Many yrs ago as a true local born & bred, the river system were plentiful of fish, deep channels from the mouth allowing fishing fleet a good passage to the harbour. Now the Neely M runs struggles to get passed Massey Green Park. Simply the river system at present is in a very sad state, take it from one whom has seen it go from being a fantastic echo system to what can only be described know as disgraceful. On another note, please explain to me just how 27.4 km to 10 days annually equates in reality!!!

Sounds like a crock to me. Byron Shire trying to win points but lets Brunswick Heads down big time. I live in Melbourne but see it all the time when I visit my home town.

I can’t recall any restoration 🤷‍♀️.. did I miss something?.. really BSC it’s not a case of “we will say it and they will believe “ the statement above really is very silly....

How does 27.4km compare to 10 days per year?

No way so silted up crock of shit

You said that well Wanda Cousins

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