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Jul 102018
 
Ocean Shores Website Design

Hi, I’m Jason Lasky and I have been living in Ocean Shores NSW since 2010. My work is part of my lifestyle. I feel very fortunate and grateful for my family, friends, social and business community. I love working with people and organisations, to help them realise their aspirations. Who do I generally design websites for? Since 2008, I’ve designed and supported WordPress websites for all sorts of aspirations. Teachers & Facilitators Professionals & Consultants Musicians, Workshops & Events Small Businesses, Clinics & Shops Life Drawing, Painters & Photographers Community Associations, Projects & Organizations. Read more on Client Testimonials page Waterlily Playscape Waterlily Playscape Community – acting chair 2018. Ocean Shores Community Association Ocean Shores Community Association – Vice President 2013 What I do – Web Design Process I aim to empower people with beautiful, easily editable WordPress websites. I provide local web design, WordPress installation & setup and support.

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Jul 052018
 

South golden Beach community – Fb feed FB Posts, Events, News…South golden Beach community shared a post. … See MoreSee LessKizzyHello Byron Shire Tenants / Renters! I would like to hear from anyone in the shire who has had a bad experience renting in the shire. Totally Anonymous- PM me 3 weeks ago View on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 0Shares: 0Comments: 0Comment on FacebookSouth golden Beach community shared a post. … See MoreSee LessSusanLOST Cash in a plastic food container, from a white ute outside Mullum Pub or 1 Tongarra Dr, Ocean Shores. On Thurs night 5 July. Good Reward, no questions asked, for its return or info on its whereabouts. Ph 0439 886 122 1 month ago View on Facebook·ShareShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare on Google PlusShare on Linked InShare by EmailLikes: 0Shares: 0Comments: 0Comment on FacebookSouth golden Beach community

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Aug 082016
 
Byron2Bruns Beach Run

The Byron2Bruns Beach Run is a 5km & 10km run from Belongil Creek (just north of Byron Bay) to the Brunswick Surf Life Saving Club in Brunswick Heads, NSW. FREE shuttle buses provided by BVC take runners from Brunswick Heads SLSC to the starting line at Belongil with the race starting at 8.30am. DO NOT GO DIRECTLY TO START LINE. See Race Day Event schedule All money raised from the event goes towards the Brunswick Surf Life Saving Club. The Brunswick SLSC is responsible for patrolling the area from the Belongil Creek mouth in the south to the surf beaches of New Brighton and South Golden Beach to the north on weekends and public holidays from September to April each year. Tide times & heights: Main Beach Byron Bay Event: 10km beach run around Byron Bay, NSW. Location: from Belongil to Brunswick Heads Date: Sunday, August 19, 2018 Charity: Raising

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Aug 082016
 
Byron Bay Lighthouse Run

Now in its 11th year, the Byron Lighthouse Run is a community event proudly supported by local business. The organising committee take no money so that all proceeds can go to Charity. Tide times & heights: Main Beach Byron Bay Event: 6k walk or a 10k run. Date: Sunday, 22 October 2017 Location: Byron Bay, New South Wales 2481 Charity: This years Charity cause is Crackin Cancer and the Mai Wiru Foundation. Early Bird registrations: 1 June to 1 Aug, get your tickets via https://www.qsmsports.com.au Phone: +61 414 856 061 Email: byronrun@gmail.com Website: www.byronbaylighthouserun.com.au   Video courtesy of Motioncircus

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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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Jun 182013
 

The following are the BSC approved holiday parks & camping grounds. Source: Byron Shire Council website In New South Wales there are a number of roadside rest areas where you can stop and refresh. For more information and locations see Roads and Maritime Services / Rest areas Byron Bay First Sun Holiday Park Byron Bay Lawson Street Byron Bay 02 6685 6544 info@firstsunholidaypark.com.au firstsunholidaypark.com.au Byron Bay Tourist Village 399 Ewingsdale Road Byron Bay 02 6685 7378 touristvillage@byronbayresorts.com www.byronbaytouristvillage.com.au Glen Villa Resort 80-86 Butler Street Byron Bay 02 6685 7382 glenvilla@byronbayresorts.com www.glenvillaresort.com.au Clarkes Beach Holiday Park Off Lighthouse Road Byron Bay 02 6685 6496 clarkesbeach@nchp.com.au www.northcoastholidayparks.com.au Red Devil Park Camping Corner Bangalow Road & Broken Head Road Byron Bay 0402 937 116. red_devilpark@hotmail.com www.byronbaycamping.com.au Beaches of Byron 5 – 37 Brokenhead Road Byron Bay 02 6685 6751 Bookings@BeachesofByron.com.au www.beachesofbyron.com.au Belongil Fields Caravan Park 394 Ewingsdale Road Byron Bay 02 6680 8999

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Apr 182012
 
Cape Byron State Conservation Area

Cape Byron is the easternmost point of the mainland of Australia. It is located about 3 km (1.9 mi) northeast of the town of Byron Bay and projects into the Pacific Ocean. The Cape is home to Cape Byron State Conservation Area. Built in 1901, the Cape Byron Lighthouse is the last of the great 19th-century Victorian era lighthouses managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service (NPWS). It is constructed from concrete blocks and stands on the most easterly point of the Australian mainland. There are a number of walking trails which traverse the park. Most of it is wheelchair accessible, and bicycles can also use the path. A 3.7 kilometres (2.3 mi) loop walk can be started at any point with parking available at Captain Cook Lookout, Palm Valley, Wategos Beach and the Lighthouse. Cape Byron is part of the 22,000 hectare Cape Byron Marine Park, which was

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