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May 12, 2021

Byron’s Carols by the Sea

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Mullum’s Hinterland Christian Colledge singing students, Eliza, Alicia, Brianna at Byron’s Carols By The Sea.

Hundreds gathered in Byron Bay last Friday for the 12th Annual Carols By The Sea in the park at Main Beach.

With the awesome festive stage lighting, and the quick change-over between acts and carols, the program

will featured students from three local schools – the Byron Community School, Byron Public School Band and the Hinterland Christian School.

Photos Jeff ‘Don’t call me Carol’ Dawson


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