Here at LJ Hooker Brunswick Heads, we strive to provide the highest level of service and professional advice to ensure customer satisfaction!
With that in mind, we have taken this opportunity to put together some information about upcoming events in the Byron Shire.
Brunswick Heads Main Beach
A great beach for long walks, swimming, surfing and fishing. The beach curves to the south towards Byron Bay and is 10.5 km long.
Fisherman can be seen throwing in a line from the break wall. The river is fished for flathead, whiting and bream, while you are able to catch tailor, bream, whiting and mulloway from the beach.
If you hear a local surfer talking about the ‘Bruns Bar’ they are referring to Main Beach Brunswick Heads. The best waves can be found near the south entrance wall, and on the reef just north of the walls.
Main Beach is patrolled in the summer. For exact dates see Byron Shire Council’s Surf Life Saving information.
The Brunswick SLSC is responsible for patrolling the area on weekends and public holidays from September to April each year. You can find more information about when the beach is patrolled and beach safety guidelines for Main Beach at www.beachsafe.org.au.
Located on South Beach Road Torakina Beach is an idyllic curve of beach sheltered by the two break walls at the mouth of the Brunswick River. A perfect spot for children to swim and play in the sand, Torakina is much loved by parents. Behind the beach you will find Torakina Parklands, a large grassy expanse dotted with picnic tables.
A gorgeous historic hotel that stands proudly in the centre of town opposite the beautiful Brunswick River. A treasured favourite of locals and visitors with friendly staff, great food and brilliant live entertainment, the perfect stop for lunch or dinner or a weekend away. Sit back and relax, enjoy all that Hotel Brunswick has to offer!
There are plenty of ways to experience the stunning Brunswick River. Choose from a kayak, canoe, paddleboard, motorboat or BBQ boat. Or keep it simple and take a cool dip in the crystal clear water or a stroll across the footbridge.
Brunswick Heads Bowling Club
The club has all the latest facilities you’d expect from a modern social and sporting club and function centre. The clubhouse is situated to enjoy picturesque vista of the excellent greens and natural bush setting. Visit their website!
Brunswick Heads Skate Park
At 465m2, it has a fantastic bowl with a shallow end at 1500mm deep and a deep end of 1800mm and 2400mm radius’s. The park also has banks, ledges and rails. It’s located on the south side of Brunswick Heads on the Old Pacific Highway next to the Bowling Club.
OLD AND GOLD FESTIVAL
It is very popular with locals and visitors and is growing as each year progresses. Apart from hunting for that special piece of treasure you can also enjoy music, environmental demonstrations, horse and carriage rides, amazing food, fundraising bbqs, the Lucky Penny prize wheel at the Memorial Hall entry, Devonshire teas at the CWA, plus some fantastic raffles at the Indoor Collectables Fair.
BRUNSWICK PICTURE HOUSE
Having survived the wreckers’ ball and the ravages of time, this iconic building’s revival has set the stage for a vibrant and charismatic mix of film, circus, cabaret, music and family-friendly entertainment.
For upcoming events see the picture house website!
BYRON TO BRUNS BEACH RUN
The Byron 2 Bruns Beach Run on Sunday, 25 August 2019 is a fundraising fun run and walk for the Brunswick SLSC.
There are 5km and 10km fun runs, with the 10km starting from Belongil Creek (just north of Byron Bay) to the Brunswick Surf Life Saving club in Brunswick Heads, NSW. The 5km is an out and back from the surf club.
A shuttle bus takes runners from Brunswick Heads to the starting line at Belongil.
BRUNSWICK NATURE SCULPTURE WALK
TWILIGHT MARKETS AND FIREWORKS
Wednesday mid-December (TBC)
Twilight Family Christmas Celebrations
3-9pm | Twilight markets
7pm | Santa & elves giveaway to children
8pm | Lighting of tree
MCGREGOR’S FAMILY CARNIVAL
Starts mid December and goes until late January!
You can get the clues at The Visitor Centre in Park Street, but if they are shut, you may like to follow
the clues on your phone by clicking here
WHALE WATCHING SEASON
June to November
Every Friday morning 7am-11am, is where you’ll see Mullum at its colourful best.
Held at the Mullumbimby Showgrounds.
Every Tuesday morning 7am-11am food lovers flock to the New Brighton Farmers Market.
Held at the New Brighton sportsfields.
Every Thursday 8-11am Butler Street Reserve.
Every Saturday – 8-11am Behind Bangalow Hotel.
Each week numerous local markets are held throughout the region.
First Week of the Month
Brunswick Heads Markets – 1st Saturday of the month
Murwillumbah Markets – 1st Saturday of the month
Byron Bay Markets – 1st Sunday of the month
Pottsville Markets – 1st Sunday of the month
Lismore Car Boot Market – 1st Sunday of the month
Second Week of the Month
Kingscliff Markets – 2nd Saturday of the month
The Channon Markets – 2nd Sunday of the month
Alstonville Markets – 2nd Sunday of the month
Lennox Head Markets – 2nd Sunday of the month
Third Week of the Month
Lismore Car Boot Market – 3rd Sunday of the month
Mullumbimby Markets – 3rd Saturday of the month
Nimbin Markets – 3rd Sunday of the month
Pottsville Markets – 3rd Sunday of the month
Uki Buttery Bazaar – 3rd Sunday of the month
Fourth Week of the Month
Kingscliff Markets – 4th Saturday of the month
Bangalow Markets – 4th Sunday of the month