Byron Bay – Shire

Byron is the main town in Byron Shire, a generous lush green habitat with pockets of small village style rural towns, agriculture, mountains, rivers and long sandy surf beach coastline as it hugs around it’s famous ocean bay where dolphins and whales are seen playing as they migrate up and down the South Eastern Pacific Ocean. The lighthouse at Cape Byron is iconic for the ever fresh thrill of natures contrasts where sky, land and ocean meet.

The main towns in the Byron Shire are Bangalow, Brunswick Heads, Byron town, Mullumbimby, New Brighton, Ocean Shores, Suffolk Park and here is a list of all the suburbs and towns in Byron Shire.

Feb 112015
 
Byron Shire Beaches

Billinudgel Nature Reserve South Golden Beach New Brighton Beach North Wall Brunswick Heads Christmas Beach (north bank Brunswick River) Torikina (south bank Brunswick River) Brunswick Heads Main Beach Tyagarah Nature Reserve (clothes optional) Belongil Beach The Wreck Byron Bay Main Beach Clarks Beach The Pass Wategos Little Wategos Tallow Beach Suffolk Park Kings Beach (Broken Head) Brays Beach (Broken Head) Map is part of the Byron Trails Map. Surf life saving services in Byron Shire are provided at specific beaches within Byron Shire Council during the NSW and Queensland School Holidays. Beach patrols are also provided by Surf Life Saving Volunteers at Brunswick Heads and Byron Bay Main Beach on weekends and Public Holidays from Saturday 20 September 2014 to Sunday 26 April 2015. (source: Byron Shire Council) Local marine habitats include exposed and sheltered sandy beaches, rocky shores, rocky reefs, submerged pinnacles, small rocky islands, coral communities, riverine estuaries,

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Oct 232014
 
Byron Bay Surf Festival

Tagline: Surf Culture Now Date: 24th – 26th February 2017 Where: Byron Bay, Australia Email: admin@byronbaysurffestival.com.au Web: byronbaysurffestival.com Facebook: ByronBaySurfFestival Instagram: byronbaysurffestival Byron Bay Surf Festival is an annual Surf Festival focusing on the creative culture within surfing. A 3day fusion of ‘Surf Culture Now’, including surfing, shaping, art, music, film, literature, markets, history, fashion, presentations and lifestyle. Video: Byron Bay Surf Festival highlights from 2013

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Jul 242014
 
Mullumbimby Community Gardens

  Mullum Community Garden is a community group for organic gardening, composting, water conservation and energy efficiency. Address Southern end of Stuart Street, Mullumbimby, 2482 Coordinator: Jeannette Martin Phone: 0412 32 2255 Postal: PO Box 149, Mullumbimby 2482 Email: info@sharacommunitygardens.org Website http://mullumbimbycommunitygardens.org/ Mullumbimby Community Garden (MCG) is a not for profit, community based project of Mullum S.E.E.D. (Mullumbimby Sustainability Education and Enterprise Development incorporated) Mullumbimby Community Garden lies on 5 hectares of lush Bundjalung country in Northern NSW. We acknowledge and respect the past and present custodians of this rich and fertile land.     The Living Community Festival When: 10am – 6pm Sunday 7th September 2014 Where: Mullumbimby Community Gardens Enriching fun and learning for all, workshops will be presented in Permaculture, Biodynamics, Biochar and Sustainable Technologies; whilst the local food, arts and crafts market delivers the quintessential Northern Rivers experience.

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Jul 242014
 
Shara Community Gardens

Shara Community GardensSouth Golden Beach / North Ocean Shores To bring people together to grow food, promote sustainable living and share knowledge, creativity and culture. Shara Community Gardens is a not for profit community association formed to assist/educate members & local community in sustainable living practices. Address Shara boulevard, North Ocean Shores, 2483 Phone 0401 662 511 Email: info@sharacommunitygardens.org Website http://www.sharacommunitygardens.org

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Jul 242014
 
Mullum Music Festival

4 Days, 12 venues, Over 120 Performances & Workshops. Where: Mullumbimby, NSW When: 19 – Sun 22 November, 2015 Festival Hotline: +61 (0) 2 6684 6195 Fax: +61 (0) 2 6684 6655 Email: info@mullummusicfestival.com Postal Address: The Mullum Music festival PO Box 769, Mullumbimby NSW 2482 or 28 Mill St, Mullumbimby NSW 2482 Camp out in Mullmbimby during the festival Ticketing – Online Bookings All Early Bird purchasers will also receive a link to our 2015 Festival Compilation Album – featuring artists from the yet to be announced line up for our 8th Mullum Music Festival. This link will be emailed separately to your tickets, in August 2015. For official Mullum Music Festival info visit the website at: http://www.mullummusicfestival.com  

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Jul 082014
 

The Brunswick Heads Chamber of Commerce was established in 1997 and incorporated in 1998, as the peak business organisation for Brunswick Heads. There are 116 businesses in the village, plus an additional 15 or so known home businesses. The Chamber of Commerce has a consistent membership base of more than 90 businesses. List of Brunswick Heads Businesses What does the Chamber do? We are aiming to maintain, protect, enhance & support the town and build sustainable prosperity for our businesses through a multi-pronged approach via: networking lobbying business development programs education town branding internal & external promotion town improvements buy local campaigns business survey implementation festival and event organisation visitor information services Chamber Office and Visitor Centre 7 Park Street, Brunswick Heads PO Box 184, Brunswick Heads NSW 2483 Phone: 02 6685 1003 email: info@brunswickheads.org.au website: http://www.brunswickheads.org.au Read more about Brunswick Heads Community.

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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

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Jul 082014
 
Brunswick Heads Markets

Brunswick Heads Monthly Market   Brunswick Heads Monthly Market When: First Saturday of each month Where: Memorial Park The market is located on the riverbank, and is within easy walking distance of the cafes and shops. Bookings: 02 6628 4495 or 0408 239 273     Brunswick Christmas Twilight Markets   Brunswick Heads Twilight Christmas Market In addition to the regular monthly markets, the Woodchop Committee conducts a Christmas Twilight Market. When: from 3pm till late, Wednesday 17th December, 2014 Where: Banner Park Stallholder bookings: Rosalyn Hogan 02 6628 4495

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Jul 062014
 

The aim of the Chamber is to provide a network of support for local businesses and the community. We are committed to sustainable growth, renewal and prosperity and believe that we can meet the diverse needs of our community while also respecting our surrounding eco systems. The Chamber is involved with major Bangalow events, such as the Billycart Derby, The Bangalow Music Festival the Bangalow Film Fiesta and the Xmas Eve Celebrations and we encourage our members’ involvement in their organisation. The Chamber is active in lobbying our Council, State and Federal Governments on issues of concern to Bangalow businesses, including traffic and parking solutions. Membership: http://bangalow.biz/chamber/memberships/ Directory: http://bangalow.biz/directory/ email: admin@bangalow.biz

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Jul 062014
 
Bangalow Art & Craft Market

The Bangalow art and craft markets are a gathering of locals, a get-together of; artists, artisans, bakers, victuallers, therapists, farmers and friends. A percentage of the market profit each month is distributed to Bangalow Community Groups on a rotating basis. The market then benefits the whole community and fulfils its role as a community market. When: 4th Sunday of every month – 9am to 3pm Where: Bangalow Showground Phone/Fax: (02) 6687 1911 Mobile: 0401 441 582 Email: info09@bangalowmarket.com.au Website: http://bangalowmarket.com.au/ Parking: available inside the showground at the market

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