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Byron Shire
June 20, 2021

Thrills and spills in Billycart Derby

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From preschoolers to celebrities, those willing to brave the big hill congregated with their wacky carts, gravity presided, and the sun did shine on the thousands watching. Sharon Shostak caught action footage of the thrills and spills from the annual Billycart Derby at Bangalow last Sunday.


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