Live Byron is a distinctively local blog by photojournalist Veda Dante, whose daily work for the biggest newspapers on the North Coast gives her a unique insight into local events and the characters behind them. Explore the chefs and entrepreneurs of the region’s best restaurants, get a birds-eye-view of Byron with a local pilot who built his own plane, and meet the space scientist whose hinterland observatory stands starkly against its subtropical backdrop. From major events like the Mullum Music, Falls and Byron Bay Surf festivals to local showcases like the Bruns Hot Rod and Bangalow Designers Market, Live Byron gives you a personal insight into the eclectic, creative, kind-hearted and confused people behind the news. Live Byron also provides an intimate insight into family life on a Byron Bay hinterland farm, where invasive weeds are being replaced by native rainforest, tractors regularly break down, children learn about bushfire safety,read more
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Tagline: Surf Culture Now Date: 24th – 26th February 2017 Where: Byron Bay, Australia Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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 2013read more
Rare Albino White WhalePlease contact me if you are the photographer Migaloo in Botany Bay as he makes his way up the east coast. Photo: www.whalewatchingsydney.com.au Migaloo is an albino humpback whale that travels up and down the east coast of Australia became famous in the local media on account of its extremely rare, all-white appearance. Migaloo is the only known all-white humpback whale and is known to be a true albino. First sighted in 1991, and believed to be three to five years old at that time, Migaloo was named for an indigenous Australian word for “white fella”. Migaloo was shown to be male in 2004 by analysis of sloughed skin samples. Because of the intense interest, environmentalists feared he was becoming distressed by the number of boats following him each day. In response, the Queensland and New South Wales governments introduce legislation each year to create a 500read more
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