What's on in the coming months
Put these dates in your diary!
Wed 13 December 2017- Twilight Markets and Fireworks
Mid Dec - Late January - McGregors Family Carnival
Late Dec - Late January - Play Housie
31 Dec, 1 & 2 January - Falls Festival
Sat 13 Jan 2018 - Woodchop Fireworks Display
Wed 17 - Sat 20 Jan 2018 - Woodchop Carnival
Byron Bay Eco Cruises & Kayaks has taken out GOLD again at the 2017 New South Wales Tourism Awards. For the second year in a row Simon, Lorraine and the team have beaten an impressive field of tourism operators from across NSW to win the covetted Ecotourism Gold. They now progress to the Australian Tourism Awards.
Don't miss this incredible and memorable experience of the stunning Brunswick River next time you're in town and get on board a Byron Bay Eco Cruise at the Brunswick Boat Harbour. Book at the Visitor Centre (7 Park St).
A new Youth Seat at the Bruns Skate Park is already proving a hit with the young and young at heart. Lovingly created by members of our community - artists, builders, school children. Watch the video here
The Brunswick Picture House has a fabulous lineup of classic and doco films, live music, kids' shows, circus performances and cabaret. And Sunday Jam is on every weekend, featuring breakfast and live music served in the lush garden. See the whole program and book tickets on the website. Shows do sell out, so book early! 30 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads.
See the Brunswick Picture House come to life on Sydney Weekender
Wednesday December 13, 3pm to 10pm
This is a special night on our calendar. Come along to the Twilight Christmas Market on Wednesday 13 December from 3pm to 10pm for an evening of outdoor market shopping, delicious food, rides for the kids, entertainment and a fun, festive atmosphere. Christmas Tree lighting commences at 8pm (on the Banner Park riverbank) and don't miss the spectacular family fireworks from 9pm.
Nightly mid-December until late January 6.45pm to 9.45pm
On the banks of the Brunswick River, this family-friendly, night-time carnival offers lots of rides, amusements and good old-fashioned fun! It's held in the Memorial and Banner Parks and open each evening, weather permitting.
Just 5 mins drive from Brunswick Heads, the Falls Music & Arts Festival boasts a stellar line up of local and international performers. Take a bus from Brunswick Heads to the festival site (at North Byron Parklands) ... they leave every half an hour (or so) from 10am until 11pm from out the front of the Visitor Centre (7 Park St, Brunswick Heads) and the cost is $5 - no bookings required, just turn up. The last Brunswick Heads bound bus departs from the festival site at 1am.
Kicking off with fireworks Saturday 13 January 2018
Pull up a picnic rug by the Brunswick River and enjoy an evening of fireworks from 9pm.
Woodchop Program Wed 17 - Sat 20 Jan 2018
Come along and witness the skill of nearly 100 competitors, including many of the world's best. Day and evening session times and programs will be available on the Woodchop Festival website. Or get your free program at the event, from the blue caravan near the Housie Shed with a full listing of the schedule.
Launched on Sunday 11 June, the Fishing Seat is the fourth in the series of seats along Tweed St being created to depict important aspects of Brunswick Heads’ history and culture. Brunswick Heads has a long and rich fishing history, both commercial and recreational. The original design was by Robyn Venn from Brunswick Heads Anglers & Deep Sea Fishing Club and was lovingly crafted by members of U3A Mullumbimby Men's Shed with David Ashton & Stuart Cole. The Fishing Seat can be found at the Brunswick Heads Seafood picnic area at the Boatharbour. Watch our youtube video here.
The Frank Mills Seat
Situated under the Cypress Pine, in front of the Tweed Street IGA Supermarket courtyard, the new Frank Mills Seat embodies key elements of Mr Mills' colourful life. This is his story...
A beautiful new community seat depicting local flora and fauna in mosaic has been unveiled on Tweed Street, in front of the Catholic Church. This is the second community seat on Tweed St, following completion of the Frank Mills Historical seat near the IGA Supermarket on Tweed St. The stunning artwork for the flora and fauna mosaic seat was created by local artist Renee Gordos and mosaicist Pauline Ross. The seat was lovingly crafted to life with assistance from students at Brunswick Heads Public School.