There’s a venue for every function

There are some amazing venues in the Byron area and neighbouring shires, suitable for corporate, private or intimate occasions, and you will be able to find them all easily in a new publication called Byron Venue, coming out soon.

The A5 book will contain information on venues small and large from Ballina in the south, to Tweed in the north, Lismore in the west and places in between.

Designed to be a reference guide for both businesses and individuals, Byron Venue will be available in hard copy and as a digital download.  It will distributed to corporate event planners in key businesses on the Gold Coast, in Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, to private event planners and to people who are looking for a venue for their next event.

Interested individuals can receive a free copy when it is published in late October, by registering their interest by email to [email protected]

If you have a venue, or a support business such as catering, hire, flowers etc, that you would like featured in the book you can secure one of the few remaining advertising pages by emailing [email protected] and the relevant information will be sent to you.

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