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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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Nov 232015
 
Byron Schoolies HUB & Safety Response

  Year 12 exams are over and Byron Bay is getting ready for about 10,000 schoolies to arrive from all over Australia late November, to celebrate.   Schoolies HUB Located at Main beach Byron Bay, open 24/7 for Schoolies-information, 1st Aid, free water, sunblock, condoms and more! Red Frogs DJs at night & random acts of pancakes & chai…     Byron Schoolies Safety Response Schoolies in Byron Bay is a chilled out time… no big parties.. no big events… just a relaxing time in a beautiful place… Respect Byron’s unique vibe. Byron Schoolies Safety Response group on facebook is a page to share information, links and all sorts of other stuff about school leavers celebrations in Byron Bay. The Byron Schoolies Safety Response working group was formed in 2009 to assist to make school leavers celebrations in Byron Bay a safer time for both the visitors and the local

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Nov 122015
 
Transition Byron Shire

Transition Towns are local communities building resilience in response to peak oil, CSG & climate change. Our aim is to provide an open network for everyone interested in living sustainability throughout the Northern Rivers. Our website provides information, contacts, resources, videos and details of events and meetings that are going on in Byron Shire and the North Coast of NSW. www.transitionbyronshire.org

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Nov 122015
 
Zero Emissions Byron

Background Everyone here who has committed themselves for many years to providing a technical way forward- providing the science, the data the road maps to get us into a honourable and sustainable future knows all to well that the head alone simply isn’t enough. the head of scientific fact needs a heart of community and business engagement and it needs the collective will from community, business and government leadership. In Australia, Byron Shire has undertaken to try and unite the head of need with the heart of want with the will of action. Byron Shire has acknowledged this and has committed itself to pursuing the goal to become Australia’s first zero net community-within 10 years. Using the roadmaps developed by Zero Carbon Australia, Byron shall undertake, alongside partner Beyond Zero Emissions to develop a local roadmap to transform its footprints in the areas of Energy, Waste, Transport, Land Use and

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Jul 272015
 
Bubble & Beyond - Bay Fm

Weekly magazine radio show Fridays: 9-11 am on BayFM – 99.9FM Hosted by Byron Shire Mayor, Simon Richardson Produced by Mitch Foy Regular guests include Alice Moffett (Sustainability), Danny Rouya Salfield (Surf and Ocean) and Geoff Bensley (local History). Regular music segments include the Bubble and Beyond Hip Hop Hall of Fame and Two-Up ( two versions of one song).    

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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 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 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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