Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink

Billinudgel pub under water after cyclone Debbie. Photo Alice Amoré.

Billinudgel pub under water after cyclone Debbie. Photo Alice Amoré.

It has been so successful that you now need a ticket to get in.

Regular Billinudgel event Nudge, Nudge, Wink, Wink, hosted by the Cunning Stunts, has become so popular it is no longer a matter for a spontaneous night out. To get into the Billinudgel Hotel for their October 1 charity event you need to win a double pass.

Having itself suffered major losses during Cyclone Debbie the Billidugel Hotel has continued to support the event fundraising for different charities each month.

‘The support for what we do has been humbling with tickets for our October event having sold out within a week of going on sale ‘said organisers Ms Publicity & Bucket $haker.

This October’s long weekend Nudge Nudge Wink Wink is raising money for local not-for-profit Mullumbimby & District Neighbourhood Centre’s (MDNC) ‘More Than a Meal’ program, which is at risk and in dire need of support she continued.

The DJ’s providing the tunes for this October are our Resident DJ’s Lord Sut and Dale Stephen, Byron Bay based beloved house DJ Al Royale, and returning for his second Nudge, DJ James Scott, all playing for free to support the MDNC’s Meals program.

Find out about the promotions on their FB page here.

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