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Bangalow BBQ & Bluegrass Festival

** Warning some images in this story might offend non-meat eaters** Cowboy hats, banjos, beards and BBQ’s took over the Bangalow showgrounds on the weekend, to showcase Australia’s finest BBQ skills in one of the country’s biggest BBQ cook-offs, the Bangalow BBQ and Bluegrass Festival.… Read More »Bangalow BBQ & Bluegrass Festival

THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

BROADWAY COMES TO BANGALOW! It’s been called a ‘lollapalooza of a show’ and has been staged everywhere from New York to London, Japan to Toronto, and a multitude of cities in between. Now the recently formed Bangalow Theatre Company (BTC) will take on this Broadway… Read More »THE DROWSY CHAPERONE

The Waifs

The night was filled with pretty harmonies. There was an unsaid bond between the band of almost 20 years. Supported by Mia Dyson, a blanket of warmth spread from the stage and filled our hearts. The room was silent as The Waifs sang their stories. The… Read More »The Waifs

Bangalow BBQ & Bluegrass Festival

We have heard nothing but fabulous feedback on how wonderful the Bangalow BBQ & Bluegrass Festival was! Emily Read was there and captured the essence of the festival through this beautiful series of images. Enjoy! 

Katie Noonan – Songbook

4 x ARIA award winner Katie Noonan‘s technical mastery and pure voice make her one of Australia’s most versatile and beloved vocalists. Songbook will see Katie exploring material from throughout her career, including songs from George, Katie Noonan and the Captains, Elixir and her acclaimed solo… Read More »Katie Noonan – Songbook

Bunarm Bologaman Wahl Bundjalung

Last night Arts Northern Rivers launched Bunarm Bologaman Wahl Bundjalung (Brothers coming together of the Bundjalung Nation), a stunning exhibition of works by 12 significant Bundjalung artists who have a deep connection to the culture of the Bundjalung Nation and as to each other as… Read More »Bunarm Bologaman Wahl Bundjalung

Northern Rivers Rail Trail

The Lismore to Murwillumbah railway line opened in 1894 allowing passengers and goods to be transported to Sydney by coastal shipping from Byron Bay. The line was closed in 2004 as it was considered to expensive to maintain. Despite repeated attempts to reopen the line… Read More »Northern Rivers Rail Trail