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Byron Shire
December 2, 2021

Smiles all round at Byron Bay Library

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Big thanks to the wool artist who decorated the roundabout near Byron Bay Library so creatively and colourfully.

I smile every time I see it – and the koala is an inspired touch! Love your work.

Rose Fox, Byron Bay


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