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Jim Coakley joins forces with Byron Bay Golf Club

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Byron Bay Golf Club deck

Those of you who have dined at the Golf Club in Byron will know what a wonderful outlook there is over the course from both the deck among the treetops or from the more covered all-weather space within the restaurant.

Valentines Day 2018 (14 February – for those who need reminding!) will see local chef Jim Coakley and his team taking over the catering operations at Byron Bay Golf Club.

Most recently Jim was the executive chef at Cherry Street Bowling Club and before that he was integral in the re-opening and re-establishment of Club Lennox.

The Golf Club and Jim are looking forward to seeing all locals come up and enjoy traditional no-nonsense good-quality local produce. His menu will feature all the favourites as well as seasonal and weekly specials and will kick off with a ‘two courses and welcome drink’ offer for Valentines Day for only $35.

More info:
Ph 0431 052 621
Jim will look after you for Valentines Day. Opening hours:
Lunch Wednesday–Sunday, Dinner Wednesday–Saturday open from 10am
www.ByronBayGolfClub.com.au


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