The Spirit of Brunswick Heads
Known for its stunning river entrance and its ‘beach town’ vibe, Brunswick Heads has transformed from sleepy fishing village to one of the hubs of the Byron Shire. The Brunswick River is a perfect spot for water activities such as paddle boarding, kayaking, boating and swimming. Brunswick has managed to balance its ever increasing appeal to visitors with a strong sense of community identity, helped by the fact that most of the local businesses are owned by local residents.
Brunswick Heads has something to offer for everyone, whether it’s shopping, dining or outdoor activities. It's packed with options for the perfect for lunch or dinner, with a spot of shopping before or after. There are a lot of natural spaces, parks and beaches which are great for family gatherings, or to just kick back and relax on a picnic. Down the road and across the footbridge you’ll find Torakina Beach, a tranquil curve of sand sheltered by the two breakwalls at the mouth of the Brunswick River.
1. Resould, Vintage Classic Modern
In a society saturated with mass production, rethink the way we live and decorate. Recycle from the past and style your home and business with vintage. #rethink #relove #renew #recycle
48 Tweed St
2. Ozone Beauty & Medi Spa
"I had my first Hifu with Kirsty before The Logies in 2019 and was inundated with compliments. I’ve since had another, and I’m being asked what my secret is." Kerry Armstrong.
3/32 Mullumbimbi St
3. Trawlers Bar and Kitchen
Spice your life up a little with their new Margarita flavours every Wednesday! Full bar, cocktails and delicious food with a great view. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
2 The Terrace
4. Brunswick Holistic Dental Centre
Pioneering holistic dentistry in the Northern Rivers for over 20 years. With a reputation built on trust and excellence, they provide the highest possible standard of advanced dental care.
18 Mullumbimbi St
A local designer fashion label you'll fall in love with, specialising in cotton, with timeless styles and unique prints. Mention this ad for 10% off. Valid until 31/04/20.
14 The Terrace
6. Clem’s Cargo Marketplace
A treasure trove for secondhand-lovers and those who tread lightly. With its own café, Clem’s houses 12+ specialty traders showcasing quality furniture, resale and new apparel, and local artists.
38 Tweed St
7. Bruns News
A newsagent and local artists' outlet. In addition to newspapers, magazines, stationary and gift cards, they stock local Indigenous artworks, cards and postcards, lollies, aspirins, fresh flowers and more.
Park St (next to bakery)
8. LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads
Experienced in all facets of real estate, their team can assist the community with all enquires relating to residential rentals, as well as rural, residential, commercial or industrial sales.
5/16 The Terrace