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December 11, 2023

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Public meeting to ‘Save Wallum’ this Thursday

Advocates for conservation of ecosystems at a proposed residential development site in Brunswick Heads are planning a public meeting this week.

Other News

Pub’s live music under pressure

Just two weeks after NSW Minister for Music and the Night-time Economy, John Graham, released ‘Vibrancy Reforms’ to ‘encourage businesses to innovate and put on live performance by giving them certainty’, the Eltham Hotel had noise restrictions placed on them by Liquor and Gaming NSW.

Five Byron NYE dining options

New Year’s Eve in Byron Bay is a time for both celebration and indulgence, and what better way to indulge than with a long lavish dinner at one of town’s best restaurants? Whatever your taste, be it champagne or cocktails, Byron Bay has something to offer for everyone on New Year’s Eve, from beachfront luxury to exotic flavours and unique culinary concepts, a romantic dinner for two or a lively celebration with friends, you’re sure to find the perfect dining venue to welcome the new year in style.

Will Byron Council’s new wildlife corridor map be effective?

Byron Council will this Thursday debate the introduction of a wildlife corridor system that is designed to help local landowners prioritise the restoration of native habitat.

Two teens killed in weekend crash near Casino

Police say a man and a woman died in a single-vehicle crash south of Casino Saturday night.

The parking problem

From Suffolk Park to Brunswick Heads, from Bangalow to Mullumbimby, parking is a big issue for residents and visitors...

Will the Dunoon Dam go ahead?    

We have not heard much about the Dunoon Dam lately and many people are asking ‘What is happening with that dam?’

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A cleverly designed village where people live, work and play, all in one place, combining old-school Byron (community, creativity) with new thinking (live+work spaces, car sharing) and good times (food, shops) to create a little oasis for locals and visitors alike.

1. Byron Electric Laser Tattoo Removal | 2. Bodypeace Bamboo Clothing | 3. Art Kind Byron Bay | 4. Bodhi Living | 5. Byron Bay Camping & Disposals | 6. McTavish Surfboards | 7. Shack Palace | 8. Daughters of India | 9. Byron Baby | 10. Department of Simple Things | 11. Byron Family Law | 12. Easy Street

1. Byron Electric Laser Tattoo Removal

Byron Electric LaserTattoo Removal

Discover Byron's premier tattoo removal studio located in a warehouse within the industrial estate, offering private, by-appointment-only sessions. With 13+ years of tattoo industry expertise, they use top-tier medical-grade Quanta System lasers and specialise in full-colour removal and fading. Safe, affordable, and friendly. Expect exceptional results.
Your journey to a clean slate begins here. Mention this ad for a 20% discount!

Warehouse 5/59 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay
0406 188 060
[email protected]

2. Bodypeace Bamboo Clothing

Bodypeace Bamboo

Sample sale and warehouse clearance.
Men's and women's XXS–XXL. Prices from $15.
Every Wednesday–Thursday–Friday, 10am–3pm.
Bodypeace Bamboo Clothing has been dressing locals and visitors for over a decade. Bamboo fibre is naturally breathable, moisture-wicking, thermoregulating and hypoallergenic. Their signature blend is a popular choice for underwear, activewear and everyday wear. Their warehouse shop is open every Wednesday - Friday!
2-4 Ti Tree Place, Byron Bay

3. Art Kind Byron Bay

Art Kind Byron Bay

Art Kind is a beautifully curated contemporary art gallery and teaching studio with a rotating exhibition program showcasing paintings, ceramics and jewellery. Artist Bec Duff facilitates creative programs for children and adults. Check the website for program schedules.
Open Tues-Fri 10am-2pm, Sat 9am-1pm.
3/18 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay
0404 946 553

Bodhi Living

4. Bodhi Living

Bodhi Living showcases a carefully curated collection of furniture, homewares, rugs and lighting, sourced both locally and globally. They have recently introduced a sustainable range of furniture designed in-house, using natural materials such as rattan, timber and recycled fabrics. The brand encapsulates the freedom of spirit and the soul of the individual as represented through ones home.
Shop 1/18 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay

Byron Bay Camping Disposals

5. Byron Bay Camping and Disposals

Have you found them in the Industrial Estate yet? Byron Bay Camping & Disposals moved from the old Woolies plaza site last year into their new building, located on the corner of Tasman way and Centennial circuit. They stock popular brands and are regularly introducing new products to their store. They have parking spaces out the front exclusively for customers and are open seven days.
1/1 Tasman Way, Byron Bay
0439 212 153

6. McTavish Surfboards

Mctavish Surfboards

McTavish is the ultimate destination for all things surf. Grab a pre- or post-surf coffee and browse the range of handcrafted surfboards (all made on-site in the factory behind the showroom), surf accessories and apparel, or borrow a demo board for the weekend.
Surfboard Factory, Surf Shop & Cafe
91 Centennial Circuit, Byron Bay

7. Shack Palace

Shack Palace

Shack Palace have recently relocated into a new showroom. Find their signature curation of artisan, functional pieces for the home as well as incense and teas alongside a growing collection of larger furniture pieces and artefacts in their new space.
Currently open weekdays, 10am–4pm.
1/2 Banksia Drive, Byron Bay
0488 616 408

Daughters of India

8. Daughters of India

Discover the essence of timeless elegance with ethically handmade creations. Each Daughters of India piece tells a story of femininity and ancient artistry. With delicately hand-printed and hand-loomed materials, their collection embodies both style and sustainability. Embrace the beauty of slow fashion and adorn yourself with pieces that transcend trends, empowering you to be truly unique.
Open weekdays, 10am–4pm.
Shop 3B, 11 Banksia Drive, Byron Bay

Byron Baby

9. Byron Baby

Byron Baby is a boutique general practice in Habitat.
Run by GP Dr Emma Bourke, Byron Baby specialises in women’s health, pregnancy and children.
Services include cervical screening, breast checks, contraception, pregnancy advice, shared care, antenatal care, and care for children including immunisations. Bulk billing is available for children of all ages.
60/1 Porter Street, Byron Bay
02 6617 5950

Mr Simple

10. Department of Simple Things

Clothing and accessories inspired by vintage workwear, military surplus and sportswear. They also show their love of surf and skate culture with an eclectic collection of skateboards, hot sauces, books, eskies and even a barbershop (call to book).
Monday–Friday: 8.30am–4pm
Sunday: 10am–2pm
Suites 39-41, Building C3
248 Bayshore Drive, Byron Bay
02 8215 0723

Byron Family Law

11. Byron Family Law

Byron Family Law is a boutique family law firm established in Byron Bay. Through collaborative and resolution-focused practices, they support clients to separate more kindly and to rebuild following divorce or separation. They work in collaboration with local counsellors, conveyancers, accountants, mediators, and health and wellness professionals to support you and your family to not only survive but thrive following a separation.
1 Porter Street, Byron Bay
02 6687 2774

Easy Street

12. Easy Street

Have you visited the newest part of Habitat yet? Easy Street is home to a beautiful collection of independent stores, including Byron Bay Hanging Chairs, MCM House, MUD and Vègètalement salon. There’s also yummy snacks at B Smoothie Bar, renowned for their epic smoothies. It's got all the style you love without the hassle of going into town.
Easy Street

Second tranche of flood funding on its way, says MP

A second tranche of $100m in government funds to help 2022 flood-affected residents is expected to rollout soon, says Ballina MP, Tamara Smith (Greens).

Maca farmers and other growers face water sharing compliance checks

Federal authorities say they’ll be carrying out on-site inspections of properties with irrigated agriculture around Ballina, Casino, and Lismore this week to ensure compliance with water sharing rules.

Suspected suicide in Tweed mental health ward subject of inquiry

A suspected suicide in the Tweed Hospital’s mental health ward more than three years ago is the subject of a state coronial inquest due to start in Lismore today.

Lions Club seeks project ideas and fundraising

The Lions Club of Brunswick Mullumbimby are inviting people in the community to help the club with some of their projects and fundraising and become "Friends of Lions'.