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Byron Bay Golf Club has recently embarked upon a refurbishment program, refreshing the clubhouse with a new and updated style.

Wendy Perry of the club says that the ‘fresh colour scheme and furniture have revamped the clubhouse into a vibrant and exciting venue – ready to host your social gathering, golf outing or just drinks on the deck’.

In tandem with their fresh look, the club is also welcoming 100 Mile Table as their new caterers. Sarah and Jeremy, the brains behind 100 Mile Table, bring to the club their expertise in daytime catering, special-event catering and their friendly and experienced team of chefs and service staff.

The club and 100 Mile Table say they are ecstatic about the opportunity to work together to further improve what has been a popular dining option for the Suffolk Park, Byron Bay and larger communities.

Available for everyday dining, and also for functions and special events.

Ph: 100 Mile Table at the Golf Club 6685 6470.


Maybe you can’t see 100 Miles from the tables at the Byron Golf Club, but what you can see is really special.

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