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Praise for Byron’s cultural complex

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Byron Bay High School held the Year 12 formal at the new Byron Regional Sports and Cultural Complex.

More than 300 students, parents and friends enjoyed the sit-down meal and celebrations. This the first time we have had a venue large enough to host such an event in Byron Bay.

In the past we have often gone to Ballina.

We were pleased to be able to use local caterers and hire company. More importantly the $18,000 budget was spent in our town.

Congratulations to those who had the foresight and will to make this venue a reality in Byron Bay.

George Graham, Byron Bay


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