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What's on in the coming months

Put these dates in your diary!

Tues 16 - Sun 21 October - Byron Bay International Film Festival (screenings at The Brunswick Picture House)
Saturday 10
November - Bruns Bakery Donut Float
Thurs 15 - Sun 18 Nov - Mullum Music Festival, Mullumbimby
Wed 19 December - Brunswick Heads Christmas Twilight Market and Fireworks
Wed 19 Dec - late Jan 2019 - McGregor's Family Carnival
Sat 12 Jan - Sat 19 Jan 2019 - Brunswick Valley Woodchop Carnival

 

What's on in the coming months
BBI Film Festival @ Bruns Picture House

The Brunswick Picture House is an official venue for the Byron Bay International Film Festival. Catch innovative films at the iconic re-imagined Picture House from Tues 16 - Sun 21 October. Click here for program and tickets.

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Time to see the whales!

Brunswick Heads is an excellent spot for Whale Watching, with some sightings within metres of our South Wall and from the surrounding beaches until early November. Don't miss your chance to take a Whale Watching tour, heading out from the Brunswick Heads Boat Harbour, Byron Bay or Ballina. This is a highly recommended and exhilarating experience! Book your seat now.  Find out more ...

What's on in the coming months
Bruns Bakery Donut Float

Saturday 10 November

Last year the Bruns Bakery celebrated their 1st Birthday with the inaugural Bruns Bakery Dount Float. Close to 450 Strawberry Donuts floated down the Simpson Creek and over $2000 was raised for the Brunswick Heads Surf Life Saving Club. Participants loved it and will be getting in quick for this year's donut float. To watch the video and sign up to their mailing list click here....

 

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Mullum Music Festival

Mullumbimby, 15 - 18 November 
Don't miss one of the most successful boutique music festivals in the country. No gates. No big headlines. No VIP areas. Mullum Music Festival is a ‘No hassle’ festival. A festival where artists and performers mingle, where shows are held in halls, clubs and pubs rather than tents, and instead of driving hours to park in a field and trudge on site, patrons become enmeshed in the spirit of a vibrant village. Get in quick to book The Coach House, an idyllic holiday house and studio in Mullum. The Figs is a tropical oasis located between Mullum and Bruns and offers 3 deluxe suites and a cottage. Or stay in beautiful Brunswick Heads, only 10 mins from Mullum and cool off with a dip in the ocean or the river each day. Click here to check out hotel, motel, holiday house and holiday park options.

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Twilight Christmas Markets & Fireworks

Wednesday December 19, 3pm to late
This is a special night on our calendar.  Come along to the Twilight Christmas Market on Wednesday 19 December from 3pm for an evening of outdoor market shopping, delicious food, rides for the kids, entertainment and a fun, festive atmosphere. Look out for Santa between 6 and 7pm and don't miss the spectacular family fireworks at 9pm. Parking is available in Memorial Park for a gold coin donation, run by volunteers of the Brunswick Valley Lions Club. 

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What's on in the coming months
McGregor's Family Carnival

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.

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Brunswick Valley Woodchop Carnival

Woodchop Program Wed 16 - Sat 19 Jan 2019

Come along and watch the chips fly! Witness the skill of nearly 100 competitors, including many of the world's best. Day and evening session times and programs are 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.

Fishing History celebrated with new seat

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.

Youth Seat Rocks

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 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...

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Flora & Fauna mosaic seat is a beauty!

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. 

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