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THE BYRON SHIRE
Volume 25 #19
Tuesday, October 12, 2010
Mullumbimby 02 6684 1777
Byron Bay 02 6685 5222
Fax 02 6684 1719
editor@echo.net.au
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R E V OL U T I ON P OS T P ON E D D U E T O R A I N
Velocette owners from the country gathered at Lennox Head last week for a run around the Northern Rivers. The
cyclists had short rides planned for each day of a week long run but had to reduce the length of their daily rides due
to the inclement weather that dogged the whole trip.
The rain didn’t stop them taking a trip to Murwillumbah and the hinterland last Friday however.
About 60 bikers stopped at the driver reviver at Yelgun, where Velocette veteran of 55 years Bryan Dawes, took the
opportunity to warm up with a cuppa and cake served by the Lions ladies Val Armstrong and Lyn Fitzgerald.
Bryan said that despite his protective gear, he was still wet underneath but the run was worth it.
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Drizzle no barrier to bikers
Eve Jefery
Council voted unanimously last week
to rescind the decision to swap land in
Brunswick Heads for land in Byron
Bay with the NSW Land and Property
Management Authority (LPMA).
Council’s turnabout on their July
resolution was applauded by the peo-
ple of Brunswick Heads.
Councillors’ background notes to
the rescission vote stated ‘Since the
passing of the subject resolution, it
has become apparent that the current
LPMA draf plans for the redevelop-
ment of the Brunswick Heads Cara-
van Parks are potentially detrimental
in many aspects of their community
impact including parking, traffic
movement, foreshore access, safety
and residential amenity.
Not critically evaluated
‘It would appear that in moving
to negotiate on land swaps with the
LPMA these impacts were not fully
taken into account and we now need
to consider them in more detail.’
In her public access speech, rep-
resentative for the Brunswick Heads
Foreshore Protection Group Michele
Grant said that is was clear that Coun-
cil had not critically evaluated the fve
proposed sites in Brunswick Heads.
She added that until recently they
were not even aware of the impact of
the resolution on trafc, parking, pe-
destrian access or the general amenity
of the community.
‘Te Land acquisition process de-
tailed in the Corporate Manager’s re-
port may be legal, but it has clearly
failed to provide adequate informa-
tion to our elected councillors or en-
gage in proper consultation with the
afected communities.
There has been no consultation
with interested stakeholders in Brun-
swick Heads.
Neither Council nor LPMA have
informed local residents or adjoining
neighbours of their plans to close the
roads they live in.’
As a resident of Brunswick Heads,
Councillor Diane Woods was unable
to vote during the process, though her
ideas on the subject were clear.
‘I think the rescission motion is
fair,’ she said. ‘Given that the commu-
nity did not have the opportunity to
meet and discuss the implications of
the change of ownership of the lands
in question.’ Cr Woods said that the
original decision was made when it
came before council as a late report.
‘It was at the end of a very long day
in the chambers and the collateral ef-
fect of all the changes was not evident
at the time,’ she said.
Securing Fishheads
tenure denied
There is a suggestion that coun-
cil’s main priority was to secure ten-
ure over the Fishheads restaurant.
Cr Tom Tabart denied that saying,
‘Tere is no possible connection be-
tween the land swaps and tenure of
the Fishheads shop. ‘Any suggestion
that there is must be the fgment of
an overactive imagination. Tere was
however a dark and seamy tale sur-
rounding the Fishheads past dealings
with staf which completely passed
the media by.’
Cr Tabart did agree that the origi-
nal decision was not a good one. ‘Yes
the majority of councillors certainly
lost the plot on Bruns Parks.’
Mistakes admitted
‘impressive’
‘It’s easy to see how Council-
lors “overlooked” the issue,’ said Ms
Grant afer the meeting. ‘I am really
impressed with the way they admitted
the report slipped under their radar
and have quickly moved to reconsider
the deal, now that they are properly
informed.’
Council backfip on
land applauded
Events policy sparks community debate
Hans Lovejoy
Council’s events policy
was passed last Thurs-
day, and with it the future
framework for the Shire’s
festival management and
size was outlined.
Te policy’s main points
include a limit to 17,500
people per day, with two
major music festivals per
year.
Right balance:
CFFS
Coalition For Festival
Sanity’s (CFFS) Mac Nicol-
son told Te Echo, ‘We be-
lieve it is a very constructive
step towards defning our
community’s wishes in re-
gards to the frequency, size
and nature of events and
festivals to be held within
Byron Shire.’
CFFS represents over 30
progress associations, com-
munity and environment
groups in the Tweed and
Byron region.
Mr Nicolson added that
it fnds the right balance be-
tween encouraging the lo-
cal music and arts industry,
while protecting the com-
munity, its infrastructure,
amenities and environment
from the excesses of too
many major, high impact
festivals.
‘We applaud council for
its careful and considered
vote on the issue.
‘We believe that the
policy fnds the right bal-
ance between encouraging
the local music and arts
industry, while protecting
the community, its infra-
structure, amenities and
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‘We applaud council for its
careful and considered vote
on the issue.’
No vision, cultural
context says Artscape
But what of smaller events?
Artscape’s Byron Bay fore-
shore exhibition this year was
no doubt a success.
How does this policy afect
them?
Artscape’s Merran Mor-
rison told The Echo, ‘Other
than 16,500 people per day,
two major music festivals per
year, and no cruelty to ani-
mals, there is not much the
policy is really saying.
‘Tere is no overarching vi-
sion, no cultural context or
aspiration established.’
Ms Morrison also claims it
isn’t the role of council policy
to tell event organisers they
have to have efective and ef-
fcient resources allocated to
the event.
‘What community events
ever do?’, she says. ‘Does this
mean we won’t be given ap-
proval because a council ofc-
er doesn’t think we can either
a) raise the money (for
which one needs an approval
frst!) or
b) pull it off on a shoe
string?
‘Council’s decision not to
recommend a part time or
full time events ofcer is also
short sighted, according to Ms
Morrison.
‘It took 18 months to fi-
nally get an approval to stage
Artscape Biennial at Clarkes
Beach reserve, and I am con-
vinced that had there been a
dedicated ofcer to deal with
our application it would have
taken less than half the time
and the savings of staf time
would have been consider-
able.
‘There was so much time
wasting by a variety of staf
as they invented our approval
process as it unfolded.
‘Byron Council is constant-
ly hampered by a lack of spe-
cialised staf.’
Blues Fest granted
11 years in Tyagarah
Te Blues Festival was ap-
proved by Council to have its
event in Tyagarah for the next
eleven years.
At the time of going to
press, Splendour In The
Grass management had not
returned calls for comment
over the policy.
Events policy sparks debate
continued from page 1
Byron Bay’s Blues Festival
has been named as Austral-
ian Event of the Year, as well
as picking up the award for
Best Cultural/Arts Event.
The announcement was
made at the Australian Event
Awards, held in Sydney last
Tursday.
Director Peter Noble told
The Echo he was taken by
surprise. ‘Tey had us up the
back of the auditorium, and
we never expected to win.
‘It’s such a thrill,’ he said.
‘Of course I am very proud
of all our team. It recognises
the hard work put in by all.’
The annual f es t i val
trumped hundreds of entries
vying for the prestigious title.
‘I can’t believe a small or-
ganisation such as ours beat
Microsoft, WOMADelaide,
Sydney’s FIFA, Te Austral-
ian Tennis Open 2010 and
Sydney’s New Year’s Eve Cel-
ebrations.’
Held annually over Easter
for the last 21 years, the fve
day event attracts people
from around the world and
across Australia. Last year
Blues Fest showcased art-
ists on six stages for 12 hours
daily with over 200 perfor-
mances.
The Peats Ridge Festival
won the Best Achievement in
Sustainability award, with the
Blues Fest being a fnalist in
that category also.
Best event in Australia? It’s Blues Fest
Annika Oman and Peter Noble celebrating their win last Thurs-
day in Sydney. Photo supplied.
New plans for the much-an-
ticipated Bangalow Pool will
be released this week, accord-
ing the Bangalow Pool Trust
(BPT).
'We have been working on
this project for 14 years now
and over this time the plans
have changed several times,'
said BPT president Peta
Heeson, 'but we now feel we
have the right combination of
ideas which will be right for
Bangalow.'
In July, local architect Dom-
inic Finlay-Jones came on
board to build upon the hard
work already completed.
'Our proposal to the Trust
was to place an outdoor heated
pool within a large recreational
park so that the pool becomes
integrated into the sports pre-
cinct, which is already a hub
for the community,' he said.
Dominic said the facility
would include a 25m 8-lane
outdoor swimming pool, a
shaded kids’ pool (both pas-
sively heated in the cooler
months), a large multi-purpose
space, a crèche and a café.
Te community is encour-
aged to view the proposed
pool online at bangalowpool.
com.au.
Bangalow’s new pool on drawing board
Hans Lovejoy
The police, apparently, plus
a few neighbours surround-
ing the streets of Byron’s CBD
precinct.
A trial of amplifed busking
in Byron Bay was approved by
council this week, however the
NSW Police Force came out
against such a trial.
In a document to Council,
Acting Inspector Doug Con-
ners said it would increase
anti-social behaviour, noise,
obstruction and cause poten-
tially anti-social and violent be-
haviour due to intoxicated on-
lookers. ‘Te policy approves
of busking until 12am, which is
the most signifcant issue in re-
lation to street related violence.’
However musician David
Ades, a regular street perform-
er, told Te Echo, ‘I have never
witnessed any arrests, or anti
-social behaviour while busk-
ing. We provide free entertain-
ment for the tourists, young
people and families. It’s an op-
portunity to see live music up
close on the street, away from
licensed premises.’
Who wants to stop the music?
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Story & photo Eve Jefery
A short flm featuring ‘Ollie
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Byron Regional College last
Wednesday.
Ollie’s journey through the
construction took the viewer
onto the building site to high-
light the many eco friendly
additions which are also men-
tioned on several plaques
adorning the walls of the stu-
dios and ofces.
Tricia Shantz who was the
Secretary of Byron Adult Edu-
cation for 14 years, gave a brief
history of adult education in
the Byron Shire, saying that
the original grant from the
government was for $1,000
and it grew from there.
Council praised
College director Richard
Vinycomb that the college had
been fortunate to get the maxi-
mum amount possible from
the 2009 government hand-
out as only about 20 commu-
nity colleges had received a
grant and many missed out.
Mr Vinycomb also praised
council for their swif response
when haste was needed.
‘I want to acknowledge
council,’ he said. ‘Without the
support of Jan Barham and
Ray Darney we wouldn’t have
got it up.’
Richard also expressed his
extreme gratitude to the build-
er Trevor Holdsworth and the
architect Mark Halford whose
vision and expertise made the
dream a reality.
Mark is currently over-
seas and not able to attend
the event but his family and
mother were present to enjoy
the opening celebrations.
Richard concluded by say-
ing that the it was by the dedi-
cation of an incredible college
committee and staf that the
college was able to continue to
operate during the renovation
process.
Mayor Jan Barham de-
scribed the facility as a tri-
umph.
‘ This was just a pretty
grungy old shed,’ she said. ‘It
has been a labour of love that
is a real credit to everyone
involved. Te college is a real
vision.
‘In a community that so
ofen seems divided, this is a
shared vision.’
Local MP Don Page spoke
briefy adding that the trans-
formation of a ‘daggy ware-
house’ was amazing.
‘This is a wonderful envi-
ronmentally friendly facility
and something to behold,’ he
said. ‘Te Byron Shire has em-
braced adult education and
this is one of the best facilities
out of the 63 across the state.’
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Byron Region Community College’s Sustainability Ofcer Katrina Shields
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Our children are dying and
something needs to be done
to stop it.
Between youth suicide
and fatalities caused of high
risk behaviour, the instances
of the death of Australia’s
youth are growing at an
alarming rate, and a group
of local parents, friends and
the youth themselves are
working to make a change.
Te Headspace for Mullum-
bimby action group is a team
of concerned people who are
alarmed by the high incidence
of youth fatalities and who feel
that the youth of our com-
munity, and the community
at large, are traumatised with
grief at the loss of so many of
their friends and children.
Headspace was established
and funded by the the fed-
eral government in 2006, and
is governed by the National
Youth Mental Health Foun-
dation.
Te aim is to provide mental
health and well being support,
information and services to
young people and their fami-
lies across the country
Thirty Headspace centres
have been established nation-
ally so far, with a further 10
centres allocated last week.
It’s part of an ongoing na-
tional program to the cities
and regional centres of Aus-
tralia, and the Mullum group
would like to see the program
run in this area.
To raise awareness of the is-
sue, the local group had a stall
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Volunteers ofered informa-
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R U OK: supporting mental health and wellbeing for youth
A world class sustainable event
venue for the Byron Shire
The proposal for a permanent sustainable cultural event venue on North Byron Parklands’
660 acre site at Yelgun is now on public exhibition with the NSW Department of Planning.
s Your supportive submission will make all the difference to the success of the proposal.
s The event usage proposed is in grazed pasturelands covering less than 50% of the site, leaving
the majority for habitat use and bush regeneration.
s Approval has been sought for up to 20 days of events each year:
- Minor events – less than 300 patrons – no daily limits proposed
- Small events – 300 to 3,000 patrons – no more than 4 event days per year
- Moderate events – 3000 – 10,000 patrons – no more than 4 event days per year
- Major events –10,000 – 35,000* patrons – no more than 12 event days per year.
Splendour in the Grass would occupy 3 of these 12 days.
It would take many years to build to this capacity. One or two major events would be held in the first year.
* Incremental capacity increases from 35,000 would only be sought based on achieving stringent
performance criteria covering a range of aspects such as traffic, noise, ecology etc. Extensive studies
have shown that a manageable long term upper limit of patrons for a major event is 50,000.
A later stage proposes a conference centre with a capacity of up to 180 people, a cultural centre
covering indigenous and non-indigenous history from the immediate area, a depot and office for a
rainforest restoration team and a nursery for rainforest and bush tucker plants.
s The application details extensive commitments to avoid where possible or otherwise mitigate
impacts upon the residential amenity of those living around the site. Please see our website.
North Byron Parklands will, when operating at capacity:
s Distribute over $100,000.00 annually to local community groups through the North Byron Parklands
Community Grants Program. The Program will commence with the first major event held.
s Inject $192.6 million (total multiplier effect) into the economy annually (RPS Group, 2010).
s Create 210 full time equivalent jobs (RPS Group, 2010).
We value your support
The NSW Department of Planning takes individual submissions via electronic submission or posted letter
seriously. To support the proposal please go to our website and take five minutes to write a submission.
community@northbyronparklands.com
9475 5046 www.northbyronparklands.com
Culture Community Economy
Photo Jef Dawson.A cross section of the weird and wonderful from Friday night’s Bohemian Masquerade Ball at the Bangalow A&I
hall. The Bangalow gig was the penultimate outing on what has been a national tour by the metal gypsy caravan of steam punk
misfts and circus noire low life, featuring the unruly dance rhythms of the Barons of Tang, The Burlesque of La Viola Vixen , Tiger lil
introduced a little less bump but a lot more grind, then Space Cowboy’s hard to swallow act, topped of the night.
Masquerading behind a bohemian ball
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The Carnies, Kooks and Clowns exhibition opened at Retrospect Gallery on Jonson St last Friday. Pictured is ‘Even Felix Couldn’t
Believe He Was An Atheist’ – one of three pen and ink pieces by the sometimes kooky Andy Forbes, also pictured.
The Carnies, Kooks and Clowns exhibition is at Retrospect Gallery until October 27. Photo Jef (thank God I’m an atheist) Dawson
Retrospecting the inner clown
Hans Lovejoy
Are the big festivals in By-
ron generous philanthropic
friendly giants or self serving
greedy goliaths suckling at By-
ron’s resources?
Te North Byron Parklands
proposal – where Splendour In
Te Grass wants to be – went
on public exhibition on Turs-
day October 7, and has pro-
voked debate over its capacity
to be environmentally sensitive
on the grounds it has chosen to
call home.
The Coalition For Festival
Sanity’s (CFFS) Mac Nicolson
told Te Echo the DA put for-
ward by the Spendour in Te
Grass is currently unworkable.
‘It will transform the whole
Shire into a permanent night-
mare of partying, binge drink-
ing and drug taking, threaten-
ing the fragile ecosystem of
the adjacent high conservation
area of the Billinudgel nature
reserve and taxing to the ex-
treme our local infrastructure
and amenities.
‘We view the proposal as a
massive over-development that
seeks permission to hold four
mega festivals of unlimited size
per year plus another four of
up to 10,000 patrons and an
unlimited number of smaller
events such as doof parties.
Contrary to ill informed
media reports we have never
sought to have the Splendor In
Te Grass Festival leave Byron.
‘What they are proposing,
however, and the manner in
which they have operated,
ie seeking approval from the
State Government, we fnd no
alternative but to strenuously
oppose the development and
encourage all within the com-
munity and all those visitors
and families who love Byron
to lodge submissions opposing
this development.
‘Tis is in stark contrast to
the much appreciated Blues
Festival who have sought per-
mission from the local authori-
ties and engaged with the local
community at every step in or-
der to expand and grow their
festival and who, subsequently,
have broad community sup-
port and respect.’
However peak tourism body
Northern Rivers Tourism
(NRT) has asked the public to
write submissions of support to
the NSW Department of Plan-
ning. ‘The Department takes
individual submissions via
email or posted letter seriously,’
NRT’s Russell Mills said.
‘A report by International
consultancy frm RPS Group
states that North Byron Park-
lands, operating at its full po-
tential, will inject $192.6 mil-
lion annually (total multiplier
efect) into the region and will
create 210 full time equivalent
jobs.’ He also added ‘Te event
usage proposed is in grazed
pasturelands covering less than
50 per cent of the overall site,
leaving the majority of the site
for habitat use and bush regen-
eration.’
At the time of going to
press, Splendour In The
Grass management had not
returned calls for comment.
Calls for Splendour site support divides
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‘$10,000 was generated in just 48 days’, member Renee Simone
told Te Echo, ‘and was achieved through online donations from
fans via the fundbreak website and our Facebook page.’
Ms Simone says the money will be used to complete and tour
their frst independent album.
‘We recorded locally at Panoramix Studios and mixed it at
Rocking Horse.’ She added the album also features percussion-
ist Daniel Gonzalez from Tijuana Cartel and is expected to be
released around Christmas.
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Byron Bay lost a very spe-
cial community member last
Tuesday.
Pete Jackson, 50, passed
away around 8:30 Wednesday
morning in the Lismore Hos-
pital. He was taken suddenly
to the hospital the night before.
Pete was a very familiar face
around the Byron Community
Centre and the Byron markets.
He undertook various roles
through the Community Cen-
tre and was a smiling happy
face behind the bar at Byron
theatre shows.
He helped people to their
seats as a theatre usher, and
on ocassion was a very capable
MC for shows in the theatre.
At the Byron markets he was
essential to the team as he chat-
ted his way around the market
collecting stall holder fees.
Pete was also the kind and
upbeat manager for the Satur-
day Community Bazaar at the
Centre, and was always ready
to provide help and assistance
and a much needed cup of tea.
Pete will be sadly missed by
everyone who knew him.
He was a happy guy who en-
gaged fully in life, and worked
at Paradise FM, did voice overs
for BAY-FM, and acted with
groups such as Baywrite. He
even did some TV work, in-
cluding with Prime.
A funeral service for Pete
was held Friday in Ballina.
Following the service family
members and friends held a
special gathering on the veran-
dah at the Byron Community
Centre in his honour.
Farewell Pete Jackson – community stalwart
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Story & photo Eve Jefery
Tere is a part in all of us that
imagines when it is our time to
die, we’d like to go out doing
something we love.
Tragically young flm maker
Anthony Fricker did just that
August 2, 2009, leaving unful-
flled dreams and loved ones
behind.
During the filming of a
downhill sequence on the Burr-
ingbar Ranges for his flm Skate
Australia, Anthony had a colli-
sion with a fellow skater and did
not recover from his injuries.
Te flm was still at a very
early stage of post production
when Anthony died and there
were only two people with
enough knowledge of the pro-
ject to fnish it – Swedish twin
brothers Jonatan and Sebastian
Lundmark from Dampling
Productions.
Jonatan and Sebastian had
been working closely with An-
thony. Tree weeks afer An-
thony’s funeral they committed
to the challenge of completing
the production and dedicated
a whole year to fnishing Skate
Australia for their beloved and
greatly missed friend.
The film is based on the
simple idea of traveling the
country with a group of skat-
ers and their long boards, who
within weeks were rolling with
extreme downhill skaters from
all over the world.
Skate Australia documents a
road-trip of discovery into this
rapidly emerging and varying
sport, covering all styles of
long boarding: slalom, sliding,
dancing and downhill.
After skating beaches,
mountains and big cities of
Australia’s east coast the flm
comes to a climax in Bathurst
and the biggest downhill skat-
ing event in Australian history,
the World Championship in
Downhill Skateboarding.
Skateboarders dressed in
full face helmets and leather
suits, racing down Mt Panora-
ma at 100km an hour, looking
more like super V8 cars than
skateboarders and to he hon-
est, some of the footage is just
plain hectic.
Just days before Anthony
passed away, he recorded a
scripted narration, originally
to be used as a rough guideline
through the editing process.
Te fact that it was not the of-
cial recording made it a perfect
voiceover due to its relaxed and
natural feel.
There are not many docu-
mentaries that have pulled of
a “one take” voice-over for a 35
minute long documentary.
Skate Australia will be pre-
miered next Saturday at the
Lounge Cinema in Byron Bay,
from 7pm.
For more information visit
the website: www.skateaustralia.
com.au.
Story & photo Victoria Cosford
Tanks to a partnership with
Mango Tree Media, the By-
ron Community Centre’s web
page has just undergone a ma-
jor upgrade.
Some of the features include
the online sales of tickets for
all shows, video and YouTube
footage of events and per-
formers, Facebook, calendar
of events and market updates.
General Manager of the
Centre Paul Spooner told Te
Echo that they wanted to make
it easier for everybody to ac-
cess community information.
‘This is the public face of
Byron in some ways – it’s so
central, it’s a bit like the Visi-
tors Centre.
‘People would be surprised
how often this Centre gets
used – people are here every
day asking questions.’
Mango Tree Media is run by
South Golden Beach resident
Kellie Morris who set it up a
year ago, and now works at the
centre.
With a background in the
music entertainment industry
Ms Morris fnds her work place
a perfect ft.
‘To do design in that area
and the theatre and the crea-
tive side of Byron – that’s my
niche!’, she told Te Echo.
Now people both within and
outside the region can stream
events afer they are held at the
Centre or, in the case of the
recent sold-out fashion event
‘Voyeur’, have the opportunity
of not missing out.
‘It’s really a combined efort
for us to do this’, Paul said,
‘We also have volunteers help-
ing out with the maintenance.
That’s how this place oper-
ates – the involvement by the
volunteers. There’s also that
functionality, the Guest Book
where people can leave com-
ments. YouTube will give peo-
ple a taste of coming shows.’
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Tsonga is a new store in
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Bags, belts, wallets and
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Renovations are currently
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The Echo his company is the
second largest employer in
the Shire, with around 100
contractors and employees.
Story & photo Eve Jefery
The Ocean Shores and Dis-
trict Garden Club recently
held their Spring Garden
competition.
As the competition cov-
ers the entire 2483 postcode,
there were a few entries from
Brunswick Heads this year
with two of the prize winners
coming from the town.
Tere were a lot of new en-
tries among the 38 who com-
peted, but frst place went to
Bruce Dickson and Daryl Sul-
livan of Ocean Shores.
Teir beautiful Pacifc Re-
sort Style garden has even
been opened in the past to
the Open Gardens Scheme of
Australia.
Bruce said that one of the
challenges of the garden
was getting used to the dif-
ferent soil.
‘We come from Adelaide
where the soil is alkaline,’ he
said.
‘Te soil here is acidic. Tis
block had been half levelled
during the development of
of Ocean Shores so there was
only a small amount of top
soil, then rock, rocks and
more rocks.’
Te garden club welcomes
new members and can be
contacted on 6680 5175.
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Bruce Dickson, winner of the Spring Garden competition
Mullum to Bruns Walk and
Run organiser Mehil Becker-
man recently got together with
the recipients of over $17,000
of funds raised from the event.
Tis year’s third annual walk
was a great success, and as in
years past, volunteers from
worthy causes were also the
winners.
Representatives from local
volunteer rescue organisations
were on hand to receive the
cheques.
Tey include the Brunswick
Valley Rescue Squad, the
Brunswick Volunteer Marine
Rescue, the Mullumbimby Ru-
ral Fire Brigade and the Byron
Shire SES, and also reps from
both the Mullumbimby High
School and Mullum Public
school.
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The Bangalow Chamber of
Commerce is celebrating with
the ‘Spring into Bangalow’
Fashion Parade on October 14
at the A&I Hall.
Te fourth-ever parade of its
kind to be held in Bangalow,
the charity event will promote
local businesses and designers
and raise much-needed funds
for the Bangalow Community
Children’s Centre.
Runway highlights will in-
clude resort and party wear,
day-to-night looks, weekend
casual, swimwear and lingerie
with local stores such as Au-
rora, Bangalow 2479, Design
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Design, Obsession shoes and
more signed up to take part.
Doors to the the adults-on-
ly, licensed event will open at
6.30pm for a 7pm start.
Entertainment will also be
provided and a charity auc-
tion will be held with prizes
awarded for the best dressed
male and female guests.
Tickets are $25 per person
and can be purchased from
Barebones Gallery or Banga-
low 2479. For more contact
Alana Manion on 0413 799 731
or info@bangalow2479.com.
Bangalow stages
fashion parade
Fun run shows volunteers the money
Tree, four and fve year olds
and their teachers at the San-
dhills Early Childhood Centre
in Byron Bay celebrated wa-
ter saving achievements last
week.
Trough recently complet-
ed water saving works and an
education program they are
now empowered to help save
our resources.
The Early Chil dhood
Centre had already achieved
four stars through the Rous
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signed especially for Pre-
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Comment
I
t is now more than three
and a half years since John
Howard and his newly ap-
pointed minister for Water and
the Environment, Malcolm
Turnbull, promised to fx up
the Murray-Darling Basin with
a great big $10 billion dollar
splash.
Te fgure, and indeed the
plan, were apparently plucked
out of the air; they came as a
complete surprise to Treas-
ury, the Finance Department
and even to Howard’s cabinet,
but they produced spectacu-
lar headlines at the start of an
election year.
Unfortunately that was
about all they produced; the
state premiers in Queensland
and Victoria simply refused
to sign up to a scheme which,
they correctly foresaw, would
involve their own irrigators
losing out.
And in its frst term Kevin
Rudd’s government, beset by
the Global Financial Crisis
and the wider issue of climate
change, didn’t do much better.
Penny Wong did manage to
spend one and a half billion
dollars buying back some 700
gigalitres from willing sellers,
but until the recent rains came
the health of the rivers contin-
ued to worsen.
The problem was obvious;
human activity was taking too
much water out of them.
Te solution, therefore, was
to curtail the human activity,
but this involved political pain
which none of the six govern-
ments concerned – one federal,
four state and one territory –
was prepared to sufer.
Tus it was lef to the Mur-
ray Darling Basin Authority to
come up with a hard science-
based analysis of just what the
options were.
Business as usual was not
one of them; if the rivers con-
tinued to deteriorate at the
present rate, within a couple of
decades the local environment
would break down altogether
and human activity would not
only be curtailed but would be-
come altogether unviable.
But going back to the pris-
tine natural state wasn’t on
either; this would require the
return of some 7000 extra gi-
galitres at a current cost of $2.3
million each.
At present just $3.1 billion
is budgeted for the next three
years. And quite apart from the
money, taking back that quan-
tity would wreck most of the
agricultural industries which
are the basin’s economic raison
d’etre.
Clearly a compromise had
to be found, but even so it was
always going to be a controver-
sial one: thus the Authority’s
report was not released until
afer the election.
And even now, the report
makes it clear that it is only
foating ideas for consideration
by all the interested parties: the
fnal decision will have to be
made by governments after
extensive consultation and ex-
planation.
However, its conclusions are
clear: to get the system work-
ing to the extent that the Mur-
ray flows through to the sea
for a reasonable amount of the
time, an absolute minimum of
3,000 extra gigalitres will be
needed.
Tis would involve cutting
existing allocations across the
entire area of the catchment
by about 27 per cent on av-
erage at a cost of around $7
billion, which would be spent
on buying back water and
improving infrastructure. A
much better result would be
achieved by a cut of 37 per
cent at a cost of over $9 bil-
lion, but this would involve
more dislocation and would
therefore be harder to sell.
Even the lower fgure would
result in the loss of about
$800 million a year in pro-
duction and about 800 jobs.
Te irrigators claim these lat-
ter fgures are a drastic under-
estimate: the National Farmers
Federation put the job losses at
ten times as high. And obvi-
ously the high water users like
rice and cotton growers would
be hit hard.
It could, of course, be argued
that such crops should never
have been grown in Austral-
ian conditions in the frst place,
but there are still a lot of work-
ers – and votes – involved.
The redoubtable Barnaby
Joyce came to a predictable
conclusion: ‘It’s not going out
on a limb to say that if you take
45 per cent from an area, the
area for all intents and purpos-
es is decimated.’
Well actually it’s worse than
that; decimation would mean
a loss of just ten per cent. But
Barnaby was never very good
at arithmetic.
The electoral arithmetic is
actually quite straightforward;
almost the whole basin is Lib-
eral or National Party territory,
so in purely political terms a
federal Labor government has
little to lose by going in fast and
hard. But in a broader social
context the choices are more
complex.
Obviously the environment
is a precious and irreplaceable
resource. But the rural lifestyle
of some of the small farmers
and irrigators, especially in the
horticultural areas, is also a
valuable national asset.
The economic rationalists
may deride it as wasteful and
uncompetitive, and no doubt
in the cold hard terms of the
global economy they are right.
But that does not mean that it
is not worth preserving.
Faced with a similar dilem-
ma many years ago, France
made what is usually seen as
the irrational choice: it used
high tariffs and subsidies to
prop up the regional lifestyle
of its small farmers.
The free traders screamed
with indignation, but the fact
is that the French countryside
remains one of the most desir-
able destinations in the world:
the same well-paid economists
who insist that they loathe
the very basis of its existence
queue to sample the delights
of its local cuisine and culture.
The Murray Darling basin
is not just Australia’s major
food bowl, and an important
economic resource in its own
right; it is also one of the most
varied and interesting parts of
the country.
Restoring it to the environ-
mental paradise of the years
before white settlement might
be the preferred solution of the
extreme greens, but it would
involve losses well beyond the
immediate disruption of the
present generation.
Julia Gillard has promised
that she will not shrink from
the hard decisions. Tey won’t
come much harder than the
one she will have to make on
the Murray Darling Basin.
Nicholas Shand
1948–1996
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Despite the fooding here it’s not raining in the Amazon.
It should be, according to the BBC, ‘A dry spell caused by high tem-
peratures and reduced rainfall has diminished the Amazon river in Peru
to its lowest level in 40 years, and is causing severe economic disruption
throughout the country.’
It’s called a La Niña, and I heard it frst from orchid enthusiast Jay at
the Poinciana cafe in Mullum. He described the trend as opposite to the
El Niño, and said we can expect further inclement weather because of it.
Indeed El Niño and now La Niña afect both Australia and South
America – causing opposite weather patterns across the globe. Like the
degradation of the Murray Darling, the state of Peru’s rivers now threaten
that country’s economy.
The AFP reports ‘The low water levels have stranded several boats and
suspended shipping services, closing several ports and harbours in Peru,
which rely on the river for transport.’
No doubt industry will overcome short term geographic and technical
obstacles, but the question remains: are we experiencing weather shifts
due to human activity, or is this just another longer term pattern of the
planet’s climate cycle?
An incredibly toxic sludge from Hungary now threatens the Danube
river, due to bauxite (aluminium) mining. It begs the question – how
well equipped are Australian bauxite mines to respond to fooding? And
what of uranium mining, now that the La Niña weather pattern threat-
ens this continent?
Environmentalist David Suzuki will be in Byron Bay at the end of the
month, and although he doesn’t claim to have all the answers, he sure
is a good person to ask. Elders such as Suzuki bring reason and wisdom
to these debates, and their opinions are of great value to humanity’s
quest to be better managers of the planet’s fnite resources. Perhaps it’s
not the greatest timing from Gillard for water restrictions – apparently
production of the fourth Mad Max movie has been suspended due to
the unseasonable green pastures of the flm’s location in Broken Hill.
Hans Lovejoy – Acting Editor
In the right headspace
Among many other things, October is Mental Health Month in NSW.
The theme is ‘Good Friends Help Us Bounce Back’ and puts the em-
phasis on the community to help build resilience.
We certainly need resilience among young local people having to face
a series of tragedies, including the suicide of their friends. To that end,
concerned locals are pushing for a headspace support centre in the style
of the national movement www.headspace.org.au.
Already they have established a Facebook Cause ‘Support Headspace
for Mullumbimby’ to lobby the federal mental health minister for a
centre.
The more funding for youth outreach services the better. Early
intervention in the area of mental health is a winner on all levels. To join
the Mullumbimby Action Group contact Karen Hodder on 6684 6407 or
email karen_hodder@bigpond.com.
Michael McDonald
La Niña and El Niño
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Dangerous woman
Almost a perfect day – game
of golf at Byron Bay with my
husband, then a most deli-
cious seafood dinner near the
beach. Feeling happy, relaxed
and in holiday mode, I was in
the mood for a treat – a single
glass of scotch whisky to slowly
sip and gaze into the night sky,
savour my celtic ancestry and
memories of my dear dad.
After three pubs refused
point blank to sell me ‘a shot’
citing a local hotels agreement,
I gave up. On the way home, we
encountered a group of intoxi-
cated lads weaving all over the
footpath, barely able to stand.
I mentally thanked the Byron
Bay law makers for a well-tar-
geted policy without which this
51 year old matron could have
possibly trashed the joint!
Jenny Taubman
Annandale
Mobile towers OK
Contrary to claims in a recent
article (‘Optus tower opposi-
tion grows’, Echo, September
28), there is no credible scien-
tifc evidence of health efects
from living or working near a
mobile phone base station.
Comprehensive reviews of
over 2500 research publica-
tions, including more than 600
studies specifcally on mobile
phones and base stations, by
governments and health au-
thorities continue, without ex-
ception, to fnd there is no sub-
stantiated scientifc evidence of
health efects.
In fact, the World Health
Organisation’s fact sheet states:
‘Considering the very low
exposure levels and research
results collected to date, there
is no convincing scientifc evi-
dence that the weak RF signals
from base stations and wireless
networks cause adverse health
efects.’
Also, a recent independent
review of all the science on
base stations and health by
the Irish Government Expert
Group found: ‘Tere is no sci-
entifc basis for, or evidence of,
adverse health efects afecting
either children or adults as a
result of their exposure to RF
felds from phone masts. Tis
applies irrespective of the loca-
tion of the phone mast.’
Furthermore, the Irish Gov-
ernment Expert Group said:
‘Te public can have legitimate
concerns over the physical
appearance of such masts in
their neighbourhood. It is also
true that some will be worried
about the possible efects the
mast may have on the health
of their family, but the scien-
tifc evidence does not support
their concerns.’
A recent audit of base sta-
tions across Australia by the
Federal Department of Health
found base stations, even
those expected to have the
highest levels, emit less than
0.001 per cent of the safety
standard, or 100,000 times
below the standard.
However, the mobile phone
industry acknowledges that
some people are genuinely
concerned and we are com-
mitted to addressing these
concerns responsibly through
active community and local
government consultation.
Chris Althaus
CEO
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munications Association
Acceptance
Hello Australia Post, I went to
Mullumbimby Post Shop yes-
terday to collect mail. On the
door is a new sign: ‘No dogs
allowed. Guide dogs accepted.’
Surely it should be ‘guide
dogs excepted’ as you are mak-
ing an exception to allow their
entry. Or perhaps they re-
ally are ‘accepted’. Tough this
would require a change in your
delivery rules. Afer all live ani-
mals are hard to mail. And if
it were a large dog you would
need to change the 105mm
maximum length rule. Also if
it were over 20kg we would be
in trouble as it would be ‘too
heavy’.
I do think that maybe you are
‘accepting’ them, though. Afer
all, your delivery people are in
dire need of them to avoid mail
being put in the wrong PO box.
And they need them to fnd ru-
ral addresses, thereby reducing
the need to get a PO box in the
frst place in order to actually
receive mail – eventually.
Peter Kunzli
Mullumbimby
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Some things in life are just
wrong – Julie Bishop’s eyes,
the phrase ‘Places of interest in
Lismore’ and trafc gridlock in
Byron. When the rest of Aus-
tralia wakes up and moves to
this area, ‘Carpark Full’ will be
a permanent addition to the
‘Welcome To Byron Bay’ sign.
Recently stuck in Ewings-
dale Road holiday trafc sorely
tested my belief in life being
the journey rather than the
destination and got me think-
ing (again) about Byron’s trafc
dilemma. Sadly, I don’t have
all the answers (surprising, I
know), but I am curious as to
why the discussion seems to
have slipped of the radar.
A recent article in the SMH
extolling the virtues of Amster-
dam’s conversion to the bicycle
had Byron Bay written all over
it. Tirty years ago, when the
writing was on the dyke wall,
Dutch authorities began de-
signing infrastructure around
the bicycle rather than the car.
Apparently 57 per cent of all
Amsterdam’s inner-city trafc
movement is now via bicycle.
Te system is so safe, helmets
aren’t necessary. Meanwhile,
our Aussie visionaries remain
busy trying to come up with a
plural for sheep.
Te most favoured approach
to the trafc gridlock in Byron
focuses on the word ‘bypass’.
A true bypass would bypass
the town but the stats tell us 83
per cent of motorists on Ew-
ingsdale Road are destined for
Byron, not Sufolk Park and
not Ballina. Nobody knows
where Sufolk Park is and no-
body wants to know where
Ballina is.
Te other bypass, the one be-
ing promoted, directs incom-
ing trafc down Butler Street
to then re-enter Jonson Street
opposite Marvell Street, which
is like implanting a second oe-
sophagus to cure constipation.
When cities around the globe
are banishing vehicular trafc
from their CBDs, why does By-
ron insist on remaining in the
dark ages? Didn’t we manifest
our existence in this paradise
to transcend this sort of shit?
Why has the ‘Park and Ride’
approach, proposed by the
likes of our Mayor, not been
given the same consideration
as a ‘bypass’? Te system, com-
prising perimeter parking and
an efficient public transport
system, has worked for years in
ski villages like Mount Hotham
and Falls Creek. Is Byron’s low
snowfall the problem? We
could tell the Queenslanders
they’re not able to drive their
Beamers to the Beachy because
the streets are crotch deep in
pixie dust only the enlightened
can see.
The perfect Byron com-
muter hub is currently under
construction. Known as ‘Te
Sportsfields’, this area could
accommodate all vehicles ar-
riving from the north. A feet
of solar powered, open-sided,
psychedelic stretch jeeps could
transport these visitors, and
their luggage, anywhere from
Sunrise to Sufolk. Branded as
‘Fast Truck$’ and funded by a
consortium comprising devel-
opers, greedy landlords, pub-
licans and a state government
when we get one, these vehi-
cles, unique to Byron, could
provide everything from Rum
to Rescue Remedy, ensuring
any delays in trafc fow would
almost be welcomed. Botox
could be provided for the Gold
Coasters so they at least look
happy on public transport.
Should delays still occur, over-
head signs could explain why:
‘Mercury in Retrograde – Go
Slow’.
It might not be any of the
above that solves the problem,
but whatever does, I hope it’s
instrumental in reclaiming the
old Byron. C’mon you vision-
aries – on your bikes!
Mick Malloy
Sufolk Park
Time to introduce park and ride
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Council chambers in Mullum-
bimby during the occupation
by so called nutters etc as de-
scribed on your front page ar-
ticle of September 28, I would
like to say that I did not have
a hidden agenda and that my
mental status is not that of
a nutter nor am I a layabout
putting down persons I have
no connection with. I am not
racist or arrogant towards my
fellow human beings and I do
have respect for the people
who occupied this land before
the British invasion but my IQ
is intact, my motivations are
honorable, my search for an-
swers has covered many cor-
ners of the globe and exposed
me to people of many experi-
ences and opinions.
All the time I am conscious
of keeping an open mind that
others have their story – be
cautious not to judge unin-
formed, last but not least be
prepared to learn always. I
would like to fnish my story
by saying that I appreciate the
opportunity for listening to
the people of the park and the
Council at Byron for allowing
them the space to voice their
stories and motivations.
L De Marco
Mullumbimby
Q When I hear Welcome To
Country I honour all who were
part of it before me. In a tacti-
cal maneouvre, White politics
has created a divisive situation
whereby only Aboriginal clans
who can prove a continuous
link to a geographical area have
the exclusive rights to reap ac-
companying financial and
prestigious rewards. Well, we
know that’s not always obvi-
ously provable, and so too may
be Uncle Harry’s Ngaraakwal
clan’s claim. Time and the Aus-
tralian Institute of Aboriginal
and Torres Strait Islander Stud-
ies will have some answers.
Some say the way we treat
each other is the way we treat
our environment. Tanks Un-
cle Harry for holding ground
in a dignified way. Oh and
goodness help the refugees.
Kaye Groves
Mullumbimby Creek
Halloween
In a couple of weeks’ time on
the night of October 31, Hal-
loween will be celebrated. It
is a pity that a once magical
celebration has descended in
modern times into a bizarre
caricature of its original sig-
nifcance.
Prior to the Christianisation
of the Celtic pagan people this
was the first day of the sea-
son of Samhain ( pronounced
Sahw’n). Samhain was the be-
ginning of the season of cold
and dark (as opposed to Bel-
tain, the season of light and
warmth). Tis was the time of
year of the closing of harvest
and the initiation of the winter
season. Many of today’s tradi-
tions of celebrating Halloween
are adopted from Samhain, the
Celtic Druid fre festival.
Te early Christian church
fathers disapproved of the fes-
tival of Samhain which, to their
sombre mindset, was a load of
Pagan hanky-panky display-
ing irreverence for the dead.
As they could not completely
repress Samhain festivals they
decide to do the ‘If you can’t
beat ’em, join ’em’ caper so they
sprinkled it with holy water
and called it All Saint’s Day,
to be observed austerely in the
churches.
To the Pagan’s mind this was
the one night of the year when
the veils between the world of
the living and the world of the
departed were opened, a time
for celebrations, festivals, bon-
fres, feasting, honoring those
who had passed to the ‘Other
World’ and convening with the
spirits of the departed loved
ones.
It was not thought of as a
morbid occasion, but one in
which the dearly departed were
revered for how they had lived;
a time of remembrance with
festivity and storytelling by the
fres of the hearth. A night for
cakes and ale, music, dancing
and putting the ouija boards to
good use in celebration of all
things occult and spiritual and
a good time had by all until the
sun rose and the veils closed
once more until the next year
of visitations. And let’s not for-
get to invite the pets we loved
now gone to the ‘Other world’.
Peggy Balfour
Mullumbimby
Carbon crazies
Is this stupidity or what?
First we (humans) work to-
wards a sensible carbon solu-
tion with a price and/or caps
on carbon. Ten the ignorant,
money hungry fools among
us try to derail this process.
Then some of the more ra-
tional of them fnally realise
they have made a mistake. So
they scramble for the wonder-
ful cheap solution of blocking
some sunlight (various scary
options available). Well, we
weren’t capable of agreeing
to carbon cuts and renewable
incentives anyway, were we,
so this is obviously the best
solution.
Brilliant! Ten we can con-
tinue spewing carbon dioxide
into the air and as long as the
sun-block is maintained we are
cruising, baby! Holy shonks!
What a bunch of @’s! Don’t
they know that the tempera-
ture on the surface of Venus is
500C because of the CO2 in its
atmosphere?
I thought they were sceptics,
oh, but not sceptical about
humanity’s ability to keep a
shade cloth wrapped around
our planet for thousands of
years? Do these geniuses put
sun screen on their skin can-
cers too?
Hey, isn’t prevention better
than suppression? Oh, that’s
right, suppression is cure, isn’t
it? Any drug dispensing doctor
knows that.
Oh dear, we have so much
to learn, don’t we? I hope there
are enough steady hands on
the tiller. If you have steady
hands, google us at Transition
Byron Shire.
Sapoty Brook
Mullumbimby
West Byron vision
It is mildly comforting to see
the Byron Bay West landown-
ers are prepared to engage so
openly with the community
and that most are Byron Shire
locals (Echo, October 5). Hope-
fully their sensitivity to the By-
ron community, and the Shire’s
unique environment and iden-
tity, will (at least) balance their
economic objectives and sim-
ple adherence to the letter and
spirit of the relevant legislation
and policies. However, it seems
their present focus is just on
process, a box ticking exercise
to meet the Department of
Planning’s formal Study Re-
quirements.
What would be useful, even
at this early stage, is for the
landowners to articulate a co-
herent and compelling Vision
for the site. Tis would pro-
vide the basis for measuring
how well the planning process
meets a set of objectives more
precise than the current ‘Five
Principles’. Moreover it could
provide a means by which a
community consensus, so es-
sential to success, could be de-
veloped.
Tis is important when the
possible scale of the West By-
ron project is considered – per-
haps land for between 1,000
to 1,400 dwellings might be
created. By way of compari-
son, Byron Shire had 11,942
occupied private dwellings on
Census night 2006. Bangalow
had 519, Mullumbimby 1,230
and Byron Bay itself had 2,250.
West Byron could therefore be
conceived as a completely new
village in the Shire. How key
issues such as housing diversity
and afordability, local shops,
community and education fa-
cilities, services infrastructure,
vehicular traffic, pedestrian
and cycle movement, employ-
ment opportunities and open
spaces (to name a few) are to be
integrated and balanced with
site’s natural assets, cultural
history and environmental im-
peratives needs to be spelt out. 
This could lead to a state-
ment on West Byron’s future
position in the northern NSW
housing market. An under-
standable, distinctive, believ-
able and relevant positioning
would demonstrate that the
landowners are truly focused
on the desires, dreams and
needs of the Byron market.
And it is important the land-
owners are proactive in de-
fining their position so the
community does not draw the
conclusion that West Byron
will be another ‘cookie cutter’
subdivision with built form
patterns and homogenous
housing forms typical of those
produced by unimaginative
developers incapable of inno-
vation and only interested in
short-term gain.
A logical conclusion to the
Vision Statement might be
some clues on how different
landowner needs are to be eq-
uitably accommodated, man-
aged and resolved. Tis is im-
portant as the value of West
Byron can be significantly
enhanced if the development
process demonstrates the
seamless, orderly and coher-
ent urban experience typical of
that produced by a focused and
single minded master develop-
er. A well-considered structure
could be a model for other de-
velopments in an environment
where the pressure for more
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I am writing on behalf of the
Byron Community Centre to
inform the community that we
have welcomed the Bullinah
Aboriginal Health Service to
the Fletcher Street Cottage, 18
Fletcher Street, Byron Bay.
We enjoyed a welcome to
country from Aunty Dulcie
from the Arakwal People and
Aunty Bertha and Aunty Nan-
cy from the Bundjalung Peo-
ple. It was a happy gathering
to celebrate a milestone for the
Bullinah Health Service in set-
ting up this clinic in Byron Bay.
Bullinah Aboriginal Health
Service was established to meet
the health needs of coastal in-
digenous communities in a
culturally appropriate way. It
ofers a wide range of services
from education and counsel-
ling to GP clinics and the main
ofce is located in Ballina. It
was established two and a half
years ago, and also has a clinic
on Cabbage Tree Island.
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ery Wednesday from 10am till
2pm.
If you want to see the doc-
tor just come in to the Cottage
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with you.
The team involved in the
Bullinah Aboriginal Health
Service is Dr Jodi Stevenson
GP, Mark Moore CEO, Emma
Walk, practice manager, and
Barry Phyball, health worker.
If you have any enquries
about this service or any of the
other services that are ofered
at the Cottage please call the
manager Katie Tompson on
6685 5959 10am till 4pm Mon-
day to Friday.
Te Fletcher Street Cottage
is supported and managed by
the Salvation Army, Te By-
ron Community Centre, Te
St Vincent De Paul Society and
Byron Shire Council.
Jani Collins
President BBCA Inc
New health service in Bay
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integrated and balanced neigh-
bourhoods and better urban
outcomes is increasing.
Te details of a Vision can be
developed at the Master Plan-
ning stage but the principles
can, and should, be clearly
spelt out now.
All this requires leadership.
It will not come from the De-
partment of Planning or Coun-
cil as neither has the essential
commercial and urban vision-
ing skills required to infuence
a relatively complex process.
Relatively infexible thinking
and prescriptive controls, rath-
er than creative fexibility and
market responsiveness, have
been the inevitable outcomes
of government involvement.
But leadership is not a right, it
has to be earned. Whether the
West Byron landowners will
earn accolades from leading
a respected and commercially
successful delivery process re-
mains to be seen.
David Brown
Mullumbimby Creek
Festival compromises
The misleading comments
made by Northern Rivers
Tourism Tourism CEO Rus-
sel Mills regarding Byron Shire
Council’s Festivals Policy and
it’s ‘non-consultative and over-
ly restrictive approach to major
events’ are an insult to our hard
working community and need
to be corrected.
Tere has been considerable
consultation with the commu-
nity and industry over many
years, and compromises have
been made by the community
to accommodate the industry’s
needs, despite the widespread
concerns about the impact
on the community and envi-
ronment by some of the large
events.
His assertion that Splendour
In Te Grass has permanently
moved to Woodford is also
untrue. Afer the community
took the organisers to the Land
and Environment Court, and
won, they lodged their DA
for festivals at Yelgun with the
state government. Their DA
is currently on exhibition and
people are now able make sub-
missions.
It’s not hard to understand
why people have little faith
in bureaucrats or politicians
when they make such outra-
geous comments which have
no relation to the truth.
Mr Mills also talks about the
Repco Rally moving to Cofs
Harbour, butfails to mention
the genuine concerns and op-
position in the community
about the way that event was
forced them. He also fails to
mention the millions (we’re
not allowed to know how
much) of taxpayer funds al-
located to the event by the
state government or the leg-
islation rushed through by the
state government to override
existing laws to accomodate
the rally. Tat’s obviously Mr
Mills’s idea of community con-
sultation. But it’s the outraged
community which has been
roundly cricised by Mr Mills
and their state MP Thomas
George, not the actions of the
state government.
Apart from the social and
environmental impacts tour-
ism and large events have had
on our community for many
years, it’s really not very smart
to be putting all our economic
eggs in such a fragile basket. 
Tese events, and tourism gen-
erally, rely on good weather
and cheap oil to thrive, and
as we’re seeing, our climate is
changing fast and the supply
of cheap oil may be coming
to an end. We must diversify
and encourage long term, sus-
tainable industries which can
provide our young people with
permanent, secure, well paid
employment, rather than the
seasonal, casual, insecure, low
paid jobs provided by tourism
and festivals.
Developers and event organ-
isers who choose to go down
the route of ignoring the con-
cerns of the community and
the Land and Environment
Court and take their DA to
the state government to be ap-
proved under their dodgy Part
3A planning laws should not
be surprised if their develop-
ments/events are not warmly
welcomed by the community.
Louise Doran
Ocean Shores
Change the beat
Dear Gareth, Vic and all those
who continue to ‘beat the
drums’ of the past regarding
Israel and Palestine.
While ever we beat the
drums of our past, we are sure
to repeat or continue the situa-
tion into the future.
Change the beat, good peo-
ple. How about writing letters
in to highlight the positive
stories that DO exist between
the actual people living there?
Tere must be some, surely?
Please ferret them out, high-
light them and start beating
the drums of compassion and
unity that do exist among our
species. When we bring the
positive to light, the darkness
will simply be no more.
David Levine
Byron Bay
Bypass frst
Re new Byron Bay urban de-
velopment (Echo, page 5, Oc-
tober 5).
I live in the centre of the
Byron Bay township. After
experiencing the perils of liv-
ing continually surrounded by
housing development during
the past two years our homes
and streets are being trauma-
tised. Some DAs passed by the
local council are not necessar-
ily certifed by the local council
which means they have little or
no control over the builders’
practices. Some developments
are being left without safety
fences or protection from un-
finished work being washed
away into the streets.
Above my property, both
front and back, the roads and
driveways of the new devel-
opments are not sealed. The
heavy rains have washed mud
and loose gravel onto the roads,
blocking the drains, covering
neighbours’ lawns, flooding
the roads and flling any un-
covered sewer pipes. Tis did
not happen before all the trees
were cut down.
Should the planned develop-
ment of the New Byron Bay
urban development go ahead,
then we of the township would
be very grateful if the council
continued overleaf
Q Anyone expecting a benign
human scale shop develop-
ment on the Woolworths site
should take a stroll down Sta-
tion Street. It is something of a
shock to come into the shadow
of grim grey walls looming
above even the tall tree line. At
the moment it looks as though
sections of the Berlin Wall have
been recycled. Tey are as im-
posing as those of a high tech
prison.
Spare a thought perhaps for
residents in both Station Street
and Prince Street for their loss
in such brutal fashion of sky
and horizon. I wonder how
many residents confronted by
these walls (fenced-in walls, so
no Berlin Wall grafti) are in
favour of Woolworths coming
to town.
Perhaps those who are in
favour, together with Wool-
worths executives, the Com-
missioner of the Land and
Environment Court, Planning
Minister Frank Sartor and
others responsible would care
to swap houses with those in
streets so efected.
Although I do not live in ei-
ther of these streets I stand in
solidarity with those who do
and object to this massive im-
position on their lives, on our
environment and on our town.
Roy Edward Drew
Mullumbimby
Q Te Saturday Star has been
more than generous with its
coverage of the anti-Wool-
worths campaign on its front
page; its tone, however, was less
so. Is this journalism in Te
Star or is it astrological divina-
tion? Where on earth do they
fnd their information?
When referring to the anti-
Woolworths campaigners, does
the unnamed reporter refer to
the 1,300 or so signatories of
letters of objection sent to the
Department of Planning, Mul-
lumbimby Forum or MCAN?
Should the latter be the case, let
me set the record straight. Nat-
urally our very frst step, years
ago, was to make contact with
the traditional owners. Sadly
our representations were not
met with the robustness that
Uncle Harry’s mob have come
up with. Uncle Harry fortu-
itously arrived under his own
steam and was not ‘enlisted’.
Tat being said, I thorough-
ly enjoyed the down-to-earth
presence of the occupying
mob, their audacity to set up
a drop-in centre in the middle
of town and their challenge to
Woolworths.
Furthermore, I applauded
the tolerance of Byron Shire
Council in allowing them their
presence and space to have
their voices heard. Te Indig-
enous fag, the sacred fre and
their hospitality was a plea-
sure to experience and made
a harmonious contrast to the
military zone set up by Wool-
worths across the road.
Coincidentally, the Stan
Robinson Park was also home
to the statue of Nick Shand
who founded Te Echo in re-
sponse to issues of social jus-
tice. Uncle Harry (legitimate
or not) stood for social justice.
MCAN stands for social jus-
tice. Te Star assures us that
the Woolworths development
is ‘not illegal’. But is it just?
Deborah Lilly
Coordinator
Mullumbimby Community
Action Network
QWhen it come to compliance
in the Byron Shire there is one
rule for the big boys and an-
other for the punters.
For months now Wool-
worths’ construction site’s
minimal to non-existent ero-
sion and sediment control
measures result in considerable
amounts of sediment polluting
the Brunswick River.
By Byron Shire Council’s
(BSC) own Sediment and
Erosion Control Guidelines
for Developers and Builders,
Woolworths’ sediment control
measures are surely way short
of adequate or compliant.
Tis concern led to the Mul-
lum Community Action Net-
work lodging a complaint with
BSC. Following that complaint
we received a report from
Woolworth’s private certifying
authority BW Consulting.
BW reported all was just
fne with their client’s activi-
ties. BW Consulting even had
the audacity to blame the water
from upstream of the building
site for the problems created
by Woolworths’ massive exca-
vation.
To top it of they made the
ludicrous claim that ‘We con-
frm that the water quality leav-
ing the site is probably better
then when it arrives overland.’
Te consultant obviously did
not visit the site when it was
raining.
In wet weather only a pro-
portion of the muddy water
running of the site and road
works flows through the so-
called geofabric detention
basin. Most of the site and
the disturbed road verge has
remained as bare earth for
months now with no form of
stabilisation or revegetation.
How come BSC ofcers have
not hit Woolworths with on
the spot fnes for what has been
totally inadequate for months?
How come small local build-
ers are fned for piles of sand
or rubbish without detention
fences, materials encroaching
on the public road verge, and
for roadways and drains not
clean and swept?
How come BSC’s General
Manager can justify fining a
resident for a couple of cy-
cads growing out front of their
house while not issuing an on-
the-spot fne to Woolworths’
builder when, 200m from his
ofce, gross volumes of muddy
water flow to the Brunswick
River when it rains?
Why is it that BSC pursues
the ‘little fsh’ to the point of ri-
diculous and lets the ‘big ones’
go free?
Garry Scott
Mullumbimby
One rule for the big boys and another for the rest
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went ahead and built a bypass
from Ewingsdale Road exiting
on the northern side of new
development and exiting to
Bangalow Road, so all those
deafening vehicles, enormous
cranes, delivery semi-trailers,
excavators, cement mixers,
graders, earthmovers and ce-
ment mixers, etc did not have
to come into town at all. Tis
will assist the trafc problem
on Ewingsdale Road and may
also assist in the preservation
of what roads we have lef in
town.
Hilary Kerr
Byron Bay
Load of bullocks
Diana Gall’s letter in last weeks
Echo is a great insight into the
very unfortunate governance
situation that the residents of
NSW now fnd themselves in.
Obviously concerned by the
many letters to the editor, info
drops, organised town rallies
and newspaper reports about
the state government’s Draft
Plans of Management for the
Brunswick Heads Foreshore
parklands, Dianne contacted
the author of the plan for clari-
fcation and explanation.
Afer a phone conversation
with Derek Sinclair from Inte-
grated Site Design, the private
contractor for the NSW Land
and Property Management Au-
thority who developed these
plans, she is now convinced that
all is fne for Brunswick and is
now even recommending that
anyone, like herself who is con-
cerned, should contact Derek to
put their mind at ease. To quote
Diana, ‘it is much safer to speak
with the people who have most
of the responsibility for this
planning rather than solely rely
on other people’s interpretation
of the situation’.
Tis morning I attended the
Byron Shire Council meeting
to observe our local council-
lors unanimously rescind on
a previous agreement with the
LPMA concerning the Bruns-
wick Foreshore Parklands. It
became obvious to the council-
lors that ‘those responsible for
the planning’, the LPMA, had
in fact deceived Byron Shire
Council with misinformation
and incorrect maps to try and
gain control of public Crown
Land and rezoned it so it could
be turned into private tourist
resorts. Luckily, some ‘other
people’s interpretation of the
situation’, a group of suspicious
locals, alerted Council to the
real intentions of the LPMA, its
failure to observe proper regu-
lations and notifications and
the huge negative implications
this could have on the town and
its residents. Councilors even
apologised to the residents for
initially being fooled by the
LPMA into believing their clev-
erly disguised proposal.
I really hate to burst Diana’s
bubble, but the ISD plans of
Management for Brunswick
Heads will be a complete night-
mare for the residents. Diana
says in her letter that Derek Sin-
clair explained to her that the
Terrace road reserve was now
OK to be closed (to make way
for a tourist resort) as bullock
teams who needed wider roads
no longer used it so it could
now be handed back to the
caravan park. What a load of
bullocks! Tis road reserve has
been closed for over 30 years.
My family have lived in the Ter-
race for over 90 years and know
all the history. I have had previ-
ous conversations with Derek
trying to establish exactly what
his complex and deceiving
plans really intend and usu-
ally fnd that while they say one
thing the opposite is ofen the
case. When I challenged Derek
about his bullock statement he
immediately denied it, but said
he may have said something
about all roads needing to be
wider years ago.
I also challenged Derek as
to his assertions to Diana that
there would be an improved
public path through the Terrace
Reserve that would be suitable
for wheelchairs and prams as
his current plans show no such
thing, on the contrary, they rec-
ommend that all public access
be stopped for security reasons.
Again Derek acknowledged
that as yet there is no defned
walkway, so this was also not
true.
Finally, Diana ends her letter
by stating there is no evidence
of a ‘land grab’ in Dereks’
plans. Tis intrigues me as cur-
rently Diana lives opposite a
beautiful riverside public park
that she can walk 50 metres
through to swim in the river. If
Derek’s plans are adopted, this
historic public parkland will
become a treeless concrete car
park and a fenced and private
tourist resort.
Sean O’Meara
Brunswick Heads
Fix the crossing
To our council, ref second
crossing in Upper Wilsons
Creek: may I suggest you stop
poncing about and actually fx
something?
We have just had a near fatal
accident on the second cross-
ing. I and many other long
term residents have urged
you to put a C-section pipe or
pipes in the crossing. But no –
you inadequately patch up the
holes, which in this case heav-
ily contributed to the accident.
Please do something for a
long term positive result.
Several other crossings re-
quire urgent attention for
which you have or should
have money put aside. Shufe
things around and get on with
the work.
I would like to thank you in
expectation of a prompt start
of work.
David Oliver
Mullumbimby
Earthdance thanks
Many thanks to the hun-
dreds of beautiful people who
voted with their conscience
and their feet to support the
recent Earthdance Byron
event at Durrumbul hall. Te
profts were donated to Olive
Kids (www.olivekids.org.au),
a charitable organisation pro-
viding relief and support to
Palestinian orphans in Gaza
and the West Bank. Te dance
fraternity’s continued support
for this annual ethical event is
an inspiring reminder that in
the true centre of our commu-
nity, there beats a warm and
compassionate heart.
Duncan Shipley-Smith
Byron Bay
Power to the people
Te aim of Australia’s members
of Parliament, all of them up to
the present time, is to get into
power, and by whatever means,
stay there.
Over the years I have been
writing to Te Echo and other
newspapers, urging the neces-
sity of removing power from
Parliament, and parliamentar-
ians and replacing it into the
hands of the citizenry, where in
a true democracy, it rightfully
belongs. Only by such an ur-
gent move will the Australian
people govern their destiny.
Decisions like dealing with
our natural assets, to privatise
or not, to go to wars which
don’t afect our lifestyle, immi-
gration, from where and how
many, should our religious
leaders have any say in nation-
al policy, dealing with ethnic
groups, in considering what
special considerations should
there be for the minorities, and
should such special consider-
ations impinge adversely on
the majority.
Such an example would be
‘freedom of speech’. We either
have it, or we don’t have it,
and we can’t lose that freedom
simply because some minority
feels such freedom makes them
feel unsafe. Our national rights
are diminished to accommo-
date the minority. Te law is
there to protect our society,
and can deal with transgres-
sors, and must not change to
give preference to minorities
at the expense of the majority.
Only by the population tak-
ing back the power, can we
protect ourselves from the
treachery of people like Rudd
and Howard who, while mak-
ing a great show of being both
Christian and staunch Austra-
lians, creep up the backsides
of powerful ‘internationalists’
in New York or Westminster,
who now openly declare their
intentions of establishing an
atheistic, all powerful, world
government.
Under our present style of
government we are unable to
stop them, and until we re-
place power in public hands,
we must demand the right to
‘single issue voting’.
I repeat, power belongs to
the people. We delegate people
(MPs) to act on our behalf and
we’d better let Canberra know
this before the next economic
(fnancial) crisis hits us.
Jim Inness
Mullumbimby
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Preparing a court case is stress-
ful, time-consuming and ex-
pensive but in my coming
stoush with Council’s compli-
ance section there are certain
things I’m looking forward to.
Firstly I’ll get to cross-exam-
ine David Murray, undoubted-
ly the least diplomatic (shall we
say) of Council’s feld ofcers.
I look forward, for example, to
hearing his reasons for bring-
ing a posse of cops along dur-
ing the August 09 inspection
of my property.
Secondly I will subpoena Jan
Barham and Ross Tucker to be-
latedly get some reasons why
they voted the way they did and
why they resorted to procedural
trickery to get their desired re-
sult, trickery which resulted in
utter denial of my rights.
Te main issue in the case
will not be whether the dwell-
ings on my property are illegal
(which is mostly a foregone
conclusion) but whether in
seeking to close them down the
Council acted in good faith.
Tis is a critical issue because
Council claims that in some
cases it has the discretion to
look the other way and allow
illegal dwellings to continue in
operation.
Tis is fact what Council did
on my property in 2003; they
inspected, took photographs,
made measurements etc and
prepared a report which con-
cluded that there were no prob-
lems they needed to address.
Accordingly Council faces the
hurdle of explaining what has
now changed to warrant the
recent harassment. The only
pertinent changes that I can
see are
1) we have a new GM,
2) I’ve been criticising Coun-
cil’s compliance regime.
It is an indication of Council’s
compliance inconsistency that
while they on one hand claim
the discretion not to act, in my
case they now claim that al-
lowing the dwellings to remain
‘would create a precedent’. Tis
is nonsense; where compliances
are dealt with on a case-by-case
basis each case is diferent and
therefore by defnition cannot
create a precedent.
To demonstrate Coun-
cil’s hypocrisy I will need to
subpoena large amounts of
Council’s compliance fles. If
you try to fnd instances where
Council has in the past elected
to look the other way you will
come up against the old ‘conf-
dentiality’ barrier. People who
have benefitted from Coun-
cil looking the other way are
hardly likely to draw attention
to it either, so when you try to
fnd out what’s actually going
on you have a tough job.
I will also need to subpoena
some fles regarding to holiday
letting, an industry which has
consistently benefitted from
Compliance’s selective vision
over several years.
I have the feeling that this
case will bring many problems
to a decisive head; looking
back it all starts to acquire a
certain inevitability.
I will close by asking social
worker Cr Simon Richardson
how much low cost housing
he will be able to personally
provide to make up for the
reduction in supply that will
result if Council wins the case
against me.
Fast Buck$
Coorabell
Compliance under the microscope
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Articles
Story & photo Mary Gardner
Te night was dark and stormy.
Te wind was lashing the tree
branches against the house
roof. Rain was pouring down.
A heavy thud against the foor
to ceiling window startled me
out of my book. There, the
noise again and again. I shone
my torch at an angle through
the lowest section of the glass.
Facing me was a large green
frog.
Tat’s the third species this
evening, pausing at my win-
dow. Perhaps the frogs are
catching a breath. Tis time, I
grab my camera, switch on the
outdoor light and step out the
front door.
I’m confronted by the al-
ter ego of the yard: a braid of
freshets. Already the frog is
gone from view, taking advan-
tage of the dark fow as only
amphibians can.
Not till late the next morn-
ing did I go myself, down the
freshets. Any other day, this
would be a track down to the
sea. As I slopped along, I could
hear to my lef a full concert of
amphibians. Tere, somewhere
at the lowest point in that large
bed of reeds, were either frogs
and toads or both. I couldn’t
tell for sure.
In Australia, the fates of
frogs and these sudden fows
of freshwater due to rain are so
intertwined. From egg to tad-
pole to frog can take as little as
six weeks but an adult can live
up to ffeen years. Freshwater
can be in the sea or a pond in
an hour or at Lake Ayre in a
few months. It can join a wa-
ter reservoir or underground
water table and slow down for
years.
At the interface
Tey are both artful ephem-
era tracing processes that we
don’t see plainly. Frogs convert
the rich kilojoules of water bugs
into protein that feed birds and
other animals. Freshets move
soils, with seeds, plants, bacte-
ria and fungi as well as animals
and eggs. Tey also mix in pes-
ticide residues, exhaust dust
and chemicals. Relying on this
same wet, breathing through
their moist skins, frogs live at
the interface of water and land.
Tis is how the crisis of frogs
worldwide is tied up with not
only water use but changes in
the shape of land and its natu-
ral cover. Frogs reflect these
disturbances. Weakened, they
are sufocated by a type of fun-
gus growing over their skin.
Afflicted by chemicals, they
are then cut down by bacteria.
Tey are tricked by our urban
and rural developments at the
water/land interface. Where
was a frog going when she
shows up in a toilet?
So researchers now tracking
frogs in the Murray Darling
Basin are actually mapping
the catchment’s recovery. Te
whole world is watching us
as we wrangle the water free.
Te fate of the Basin is one of
the international priorities for
safeguarding biodiversity. It’s
singled out in an initiative by
George Monbiot, the watchdog
journalist at the UK Guardian.
Monbiot is heading the up-
welling of citizens who are
publicising these specifc chal-
lenges throughout the media.
Tey will put this in front of
the international delegates at
the Biodiversity Convention
in Japan (October 18-29). Tey
are calling on people every-
where to not only change what
they can themselves but to
insist their governments add
clout.
To think as an entire catch-
ment may seem grandiose un-
til we doggedly follow aspects
like the freshets and frogs. Our
views change. We fnd farms
can switch to new crops. All
along town and farm, water
conservation becomes a given.
We see that swathes of inva-
sive plants change habitats so
drastically: what nursery can
be allowed to sell them any
more? As 22 species of exotic
ornamental fish now crowd
our waterways, eating up eggs,
tadpoles and frogs, we accept
that the live aquarium trade
must change drastically.
Recently, I heard a farmer
describe how he learned and
revived his farm in the Basin.
He changed his entire enter-
prise to adapt to his catch-
ment. So do others like him
as well as developers, planners
and builders. Urbanites are as
much part of this land/water
interface. We are all swapping
or forgoing ‘water rights’. We
all are changing practices.
Afer training our senses on
water catchments, we can then
consider wildlife corridors.
To soar and see connections
across landscapes urban and
rural, along coasts as well as
inland from sea to mountain,
across all property boundaries
and roads. To track the move-
ments of animals back and
forth over the cycles of days
and seasons.
Critical needs
Right now, understanding
those movements takes more
skill than ever before. With
many wetlands, dunes and
nearly all of our Big Scrub rain-
forest destroyed, we are forced
to anticipate the critical needs
of fauna. What is required by
birds, bats, koalas, possums,
all the other small mammals,
the reptiles, frogs? And by the
echidna, quoll, emu and yes
even dingo?
Natural corridors are critical.
Like exchanging ‘water rights’,
swapping ‘land use’ over to
enhance these is vital. Along-
side, investing in large bufer
zones of compatible land uses
is needed. We’re only starting
to do as much as is needed. As
Monbiot says, do what you can
and demand of your govern-
ment more.
But like the freshets, there is
something else we must accept.
Everywhere is a living corri-
dor and an endlessly changing
habitat. We are always guests
in other creatures’ homes. An-
cient rules of hospitality as well
as ecology require us to be at
our best. How do we behave?
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Dog owners may be eating
more than humble pie when it
comes to the war against cats,
as research suggests a German
Shepherd size pooch leaves ap-
proximately double the carbon
pawprint per year as driving a
Toyota Land Cruiser. Cats, on
the other hand, equate to a VW
Golf, according to sustainable
living architects Robert and
Brenda Vale, authors of the
book, Time to Eat the Dog: Te
real guide to sustainable living.
Te little critters take their
toll, too, with two hamsters
leaving the same size pawprint
as a plasma television, one ca-
nary a quarter of a plasma telly
and one goldfsh swimming in
at two mobile phones.
As the title of the book sug-
gests, the Vales are of the opin-
ion that pets are a luxury item
the planet cannot aford, and
the only environmentally re-
sponsible form of pet owner-
ship is to keep the ones that
we can eat.
So hats of to the rabbit who,
unlike the old fable, actually
wins this race – as long as you
are willing to eat them. Appar-
ently two breeding rabbits who
provide meat in the form of
their regular ofspring produce
more energy than they require
to sustain them, leaving a nega-
tive footprint of 0.09 ha per
year if they are fed commer-
cial feed. Tis cancels out the
equivalent of two chihuahuas
a year, or if you grow the rabbit
food on site, three.
Chickens do well, too, with
three free-range laying hens
leaving two thirds of the car-
bon footprint of one hamster.
This figure is reduced again
if you are willing to eat the
chooks when they are too old
to lay.
Te fgures are based mostly
on the food consumption of
domestic animals and have
caused a stir in the interna-
tional pet owning community.
Tey are contested on the basis
of incorrect calculations, with
one conficting report suggest-
ing the Vales may have overes-
timated the meat consumption
of a medium sized dog by dou-
ble, and underestimated the
footprint of the Land Cruiser.
Another viewpoint is that
humans themselves are over-
consumers of meat and as pet
food is mostly made from by-
products of the human meat
industry, the use of animal
parts that would otherwise be
discarded should reduce the
calculated carbon pawprint of
our pets. Ten there is the ani-
mal rights perspective that our
pets have as much right to be
here as us, one that is difcult
to contest, considering which
species has done the most
damage to the planet.
However the pawprint anal-
yses remain thought provoking
when it comes to feeding and
caring for our chosen animal
companions.
Dogs are omnivorous scav-
engers by nature, not carni-
vores, and have quite hardy
digestive systems that can
cope with reasonable human
lefovers. Supplementing your
dog’s diet with food scraps
that would otherwise go to
waste significantly reduces
their pawprint, and sourcing
bi-product meat from your lo-
cal butchers has a similar ef-
fect. However some human
food scraps are toxic to dogs
and cats according to Mullum-
bimby vet Dr Richard Gregory.
‘Onion and chocolate, par-
ticularly dark chocolate, can be
toxic to dogs,’ Dr Gregory said.
‘Large quantities of grapes, sul-
tanas, raisins and currants can
cause acute kidney failure. Too
much garlic (one clove a day
should be okay), macadamias
(particularly raw) and avoca-
dos, including avocado leaves,
are also toxic to dogs.
‘Cats are pretty much the
same, although more sensitive
than dogs to onion.’
However feeding Fido the
same diet as the average West-
erner actually increases the
carbon pawprint, according to
the Vales, so stick to lefovers
and ofcuts. If you trust their
calculations, the Vales also sug-
gest that dried dog food has ap-
proximately half the footprint
of a human diet whereas tins
have a higher carbon footprint.
Cat foods vary in quality and
ingredients and if you can’t
make your cat feed exclusively
on rats and mice (not Ante-
chinuses please), then steering
towards tinned foods made
from chicken and poultry with
a low meat content is about the
best you can do. As with dogs,
making use of ofcuts from the
butcher that Westerners gener-
ally don’t use also helps.
What goes in to your pet
must eventually come out, and
dog and cat faeces can impact
the biodiversity and chemical
levels of the surrounding envi-
ronment. One solution to this
problem is a worm farm which
can break down faeces and ani-
mal hair, turning it into useful
garden compost.
Further environmentally re-
sponsible things you can do as
a pet owner are: desexing your
animal to reduce unplanned
pregnancies; keep your cat
inside at all times; don’t walk
your dog in ecologically sensi-
tive areas, even on the lead; try
natural alternatives to chemical
fea control such as fea combs
and vacuum cleaners; use kitty
litter made from recycled ma-
terials such as newspaper and
pick up your pets’ poo for the
worm farm so that it doesn’t
contaminate waterways.
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Some 20 years ago, I had the disconcerting
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known environmentalist, speak about the plight
of our planet. Much of what he said was com-
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put aside, but there was one thing that haunted
me and changed my modus operandi: ‘When
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rest of your life.’
Suzuki has written more than 40 books, but
none as eloquent as this one, based on his 2009
Legacy Lecture, delivered at the University of
British Colombia. In the Introduction to this
slim volume of some 100 pages, the author, who
turns 75 next year, asks, ‘What’s it all about?
What have I learned over a lifetime that I’d like
to pass on?’ He also writes, ‘I ofer my vision,
based on a lifetime’s worth of experiences, for a
future that is possible, one rich in joy, happiness
and meaning.’
Starting with the big questions of who we
are, where we came from and where we’re go-
ing, Suzuki divides his book into three sections:
Evolution of a Superspecies, Finding a New
Path, and A Vision for the Future.
I’m not sure how he managed to pack so
much into so few pages, for not only does he
outline and address the major challenges we
now face, but he also ofers solutions and a posi-
tive vision for the future.
Additionally, Suzuki quotes extensively from
a wide range of literature that includes ecolo-
gists, anthropologists, theologians, philoso-
phers, linguists, writers, biologists and econo-
mists to name just a few.
Troughout the book he weaves details of
his profound and productive life into a narra-
tive thread, accompanied by fascinating family
photos.
Tere are many lessons to be learned from
this little book. As Suzuki writes, ‘We have lost
our sense of place in the world and our rever-
ence for nature. We need a new relationship
with the planet that is, in fact, our ancient un-
derstanding.’ I commend it to anyone who cares
about the future of humanity.
Q David Suzuki will speak at the A&I Hall in
Bangalow on Wednesday October 27 at 7pm.
Tickets $15, from Northern Rivers Writers’ Cen-
tre, Jonson Street, Byron Bay phone 6685 5115, or
SCU Co-op Bookshop, SCU Campus, Lismore,
phone 6621 4484.
Stephen Batchelor, former
monk, translator of classi-
cal Buddhist texts and author
of the best-selling Buddhism
without Beliefs, will be in By-
ron Bay this month. He’ll be
talking at the Byron Commu-
nity and Cultural Centre and
focussing on the secular intent
of the Buddha’s teachings and
the relevance of that message
today.
Stephen Batchelor was a
monk for ten years, frst as a
Tibetan Buddhist and then in
a Korean Zen monastery. He’s
translated texts from Tibetan
as well as Pali and he’s used
the logic and deductive skills
taught in Tibetan Buddhist
training to question the some
of the foundations of the more
religious forms of Buddhism.
In recent times he has had an
interest in what the historical
Buddha’s life might have been
like and what really diferen-
tiated the Buddha’s teachings
from those of other traditions.
Stephen’s personal journey and
research have led to a string of
books including Living with
the Devil: A Meditation on
Good and Evil and the more
recent Confession of a Buddhist
Atheist.
According to his publicists,
Stephen regularly challenges
the more religious aspects of
Buddhism like the belief in re-
birth and the idea that there
is a metaphysical core to the
Buddha’s teachings. He has
the view that many current
day Buddhist practices and
attitudes go far beyond what
the Buddha intended and as
a scholar and translator he is
in a good position to back up
his claims.
Tis is Stephen’s second visit
to Australia. He last came in
2004 and was keynote speaker
of that year’s Buddhism and
Psychotherapy conference in
Sydney. On this visit he’ll be
leading retreats with his wife
Martine and giving talks in
Sydney and the one in Byron
Bay. It’s at the Community
Centre at 7 pm on Friday 22nd
October. For more information
go to www.dharma.org.au/bb.
Suzuki’s vision for the future
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1/ 36 byron street bangalow
02 6687 2092
www.auroradesignstudio.com.au
This circumstance leads to
a variety of physical and
psychological ailments and
illnesses. Atlasproflax is a
neuromuscular technique that
liberates the Atlas with only
one application Accurately,
Safely and Permanently.
This powerful relocation
immediately activates a
self-healing and harmonising
process. It is holistic in nature,
promoting wellness and
rejuvenation on all levels, mind,
body and spirit. This method is
non-medical, non-chiropratic.
One treatment can be
life changing. The Atlas
supports your head and
governs structural alignment.
A misaligned Atlas causes
restriction of the brain stem,
spinal cord, cranial nerves
and arteries. This limits our
potential for wellbeing and
creates tension, restricting the
free fow of energy. When the
Atlas is installed correctly, the
body begins an unwinding
process, releasing holding
patterns and enabling the
body to heal and regenerate.
To take a giant step towards your health and wellbeing,
contact Sidika Ashauer, Brunswick Heads clinic.
0427 805 405 www.pain-free-me.com
Did you know that the
frst cervical vertebra, the
atlas, is out of alignment
in most people?
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ATLASPROFI LAX
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WITH DOTERRA ESSENTIAL OILS
Come experience t he power of essent ial oils for yourself wit h
Dr. David Hill and David St irling, founders of doTERRA
When: 7:00pm to 9:00pm, October 20, 2010
Where: Lord Byron Resor t Jonson St reet Byron Bay
Cost: Free to at tend
When: 1:00pm to 4:30pm, October 20, 2010
Where: Lord Byron Resor t Jonson St reet Byron Bay
Cost: $25
To be in t he draw for lucky door prizes worth more than $400 at t he Aro-
maTouch t raining and $600 at t he evening workshop or for more informa-
t ion call Santoshi: 0411114344
Bruce H. Lipton Ph.D.
THE BIOLOGY
OF BELIEF
Unleashing the power of
consciousness, matter & miracles
MOVIE EVENING
SATURDAY OCTOBER 16
Join us for this screening with a very
powerful message. Healthy refreshments
provided at intermission.
Movie starts 4pm. Cost $15.
Venue: Inspya Yoga,
1 Natural Lane, Broken Head
Bookings: Susan 6685 4221 / Sharon 6685 3279
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Suffolk Community Hall
Clifford Street, Suffolk Park
Tuesday, 8.30am
Byron Scout Hall
Tennyson Street, Byron Bay
Wednesday, 8.30am
$10 per casual
$80 for 10 pack (includes
discounted massage rates)
Contact Jane: 0414 469 118
janeleacey@gmail.com
Join JANIE ZUMBA on
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lifestyle
by exercising outdoors with the
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the body. The natural balance is lost. Moreover, the
defective position leads to problems concerning the whole
spine and causes repercussions with muscles, eyes, ears,
jaw, nerves, circulation and organs. The spine also
compensates with a rotation down to the pelvis. Since
each vertebra is connected with the organs and emotional
patterns, such a twist of our inner axis is able to unbalance
our perception of the world. However, having the atlas in
its correct position, the body can obtain a new dimension
of health. See ad in this feature for more information.
For more info visit www.pain-free-me.com or phone
Sidika Ashauer 0427 805 405.
An ent i r el y new spi n on
f ur ni t ur e on consi gnment
In the market for... store helps pensioners, retirees,
unemployed, to put on consigment items they don’t need
or want, and turn them into cash...some retro, some
modern or some classic collected memorabilia, turn them
into cash. Help with some extra money for bills etc.
For the buyer, you can fnd furniture, lamps, books, house
decorations, and other treasures for the home. The joy of
secondhand buying, to get quality, convenience and
affordable pricing with the thrill of hunting for a bargain or
a treasure; buyers and sellers love it. 8/ 102-104
Centennial Cct, A & I Estate or phone 0429 037 476.
Nor t h Coast Run and Wal k Cl ub
The North Coast Run and Walk Club offers people the
opportunity to train six times a week for less than $25 if
you join in October! It’s for people that enjoy walking and
for those serious about their running, including marathons.
Three beautiful outdoor locations are on offer including
Byron, Lennox or Ballina. By using their own login
members can see the running tracks and their individual
programs. Check out the website www.runwalkclub.net
or call Lucy 0407 228 359.
Tsonga
Tsonga is an African tribe believed to be the frst to hand
stitch leather in the art of making shoes. What makes us
different? Utilising the African womens’ handcraft, our
shoe uppers are handstitched to the sole, which eliminates
harmful toxic adhesives. This process is called the ‘thread
of hope’. Tsonga has also set up a trust for the ladies who
make our shoes. This supports education, food and
medical assistance within their community. These ladies
on average earn 150% more than the minimum wage in
South Africa. In all we can make a difference in our own
little way and at the same time offering you, the customer,
a unique handcrafted product. Shop 2, 19-23 Lawson
Street, Byron Bay. Phone 6680 7177.
Bar bar a Br ennan Ener gy Heal i ng
Grounded in science and developed by former nuclear
physicist Dr Barbara Ann Brennan (author of the book
Hands of Light), Brennan Healing is a powerful integrative
healing method that combines energy healing with
psychotherapy for deeper shifts. Registered Brennan
healing practitioners have undergone a four-year
professional training course in the USA or Europe.
Experience the benefts of this advanced system of healing
with registered Brennan healing practitioner Amara Hurst
(www.ntpages.com.au). Make positive changes, feel
calmer and gain clarity. Amara works from Byron Bay and
Alstonville. Private health rebates. For appointments
phone Amara on 0424 930 588.
Mi ni Bus U Dr i ve or Char t er
Your local Mini Bus company can provide you with an 11
or 12 seat self-drive vehicle for your next function. Great
for Christmas parties and shopping, sporting events,
theme parks, schools, nursing homes, kids’ parties, airport
drop offs or just a holiday get together. All buses can be
driven with a car licence and all have air conditioning, seat
We complain about not having
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Nobody likes to see dark,
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the foor or offce space. They
get in the way; ruin the
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feng shui of the room. Luckily,
there’s a solution to this dull
and ugly technologically wired
massacre. Cue the Leaf tie
from Lufdesign. It’s small, it’s
cute, it’s easy to use and it
wraps around the cables,
giving your space a more
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They also come in different
colours while they bring more
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popular!). Oh and for those
who like a bit of spaghetti with
their cables, The Fork is
another product from
Lufdesign. The cables wrap
around the fork just like real
spaghetti.
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B.Psych, DipBHS
Registered
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Healing Practitioner
Integrated healing
for mind, body & spirit
Ph: 0424 930 588
Byron Bay & Alstonville
Headphones don’t need to be boring. Not with such interesting package designs like earphones
presented in the shape of music notes from Panasonic. For something with a little more attitude,
you can opt for these cute and affordable LEGO brick earphones from Elecom. They are about to
be released in Japan and come in an irresistible collection of colours. If you’re super keen, you can
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at home and be driven in our reliable, comfortable and
convenient Mini Buses or drive yourself and do it at your
own pace. For details on rates and bookings call Dave
on 0439 865 544. byronminibushire@gmail.com
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Mendip Silks has introduced Australia's frst 100% pure
bamboo quilt, with the flling and outer made from 100%
bamboo fbre. Bamboo fbre has natural anti-bacterial and
anti-microbial properties.
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grown without using irrigation, fertilisers or pesticides, in
unpolluted regions of China, producing 35 per cent more
oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees.
The quilts have been independently certifed as being free
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Available in Byron Bay. Contact us at 03 9381 4487 or
www.mendipsilks.com.au.
Red Ned’ s Recycl i ng
lf you're after a building materials and kitchen company
with a conscience, go to Red Ned's and bag a bargain.
lf you're looking for something special, check out the
100-year-old French doors or the beautiful two-pack
granite kitchen. Doing renovations? They'll professionally
remove items and even pay you for them. Red Ned’s is
open 6 days, so give them a call or pop in with your
trailer. 07 5524 4244.
Onyx 4 Fi t ness
This program will create fantastic results in three months
through training and nutrition and equip you with the tools
and knowledge to feel good for the rest of your life!
'l feel amazing; it's been life changing! Shopping today, l
found I’d lost two dress sizes.’
Angelique, Lennox Head, weight loss:10kg to date.
'l've wanted to do this for years; l couldn't do it by myself.
This program gave me the momentum l needed to start.
The group support has made a big difference, l feel
comfortable training, like l am in part of a team.' Jennifer,
Byron Bay, weight loss: 8kg to date. Call for your free
consultation 0402 749 641.
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Tast e of di vi nyl wal l ar t
Divinyl is a exciting new concept of wall and window art, a
simple and affordable way to transform interior and
exterior spaces around your home, offce or studio.
Our vinyl is durable and will adhere to most smooth
surfaces including, walls, ceilings, glass windows, mirrors,
splashbacks and even fridges.
lnstead of hanging a canvas, let your walls themselves
become the canvas. Our catalogue features a collection of
designs ready to order from, or bring your ideas to us and
we'll design an exclusive piece inspired by your individual
style. Anything and everything can be customised, with an
extenise colour range to choose from. Contact us for a free
quote and consultation. www.divinyl.com.au
Phone 6685 8344, info@divinyl.com, 1 Centennial
Circuit, Byron Arts and Industry Estate (at Byron
Signworks).
Mul l um Pool Takeaway and Caf e
Short lunch break? Had it with the parking and traffc in
town? Looking for a great coffee in under fve minutes?
The Mullum Pool team make a fantastic coffee in a fash
for a growing number of businesses, tradies, busy mums
and dads etc. You don’t have to pay entry and you can
now order at the roadside counter.
The menu is growing but the favourites are here to stay...
chicken schnitzel burgers, BLTs, Turkish toasties, bacon
egg burgers etc. Have your say and tell us what you would
like to see on the menu. Pop in and give us a try...friendly
service and satisfaction guaranteed! Pre orders are
welcome. Please phone 6684 2494.
Var i et y Val ue
Come and grab a bargain at variety value! A new discount
variety store has opened next to IGA in Sunrise. If you
have missed Crazy Clarks then come see us for a variety
of products all at value prices. Range includes giftware,
candles, incense, basic sewing needs, stationery, art and
craft, kitchenware, hardware, garden, manchester, photo
frames, greeting cards, lollies, Christmas, Halloween and
much more. New stock arriving weekly. Trading hours
8.30am to 7.00pm Monday to Saturday and 9.00am
to 6.00pm Sunday.
NEW YORK FASHlON WEEK
- THE GREEN SHOWS
What's something we all have in common? We all wear
clothes. Well most of us do anyway. Our fascination with
clothing is seen most notably with Global Fashion Week
taking off around the world, particularly in the New York
Fashion Week which has incorporated The Green Shows. This
exclusive premiere fashion event features ten designers that
are committed to the environment, producing fashion which is
fair-trade, eco-friendly and uses ethically sound practises.
This is high fashion that doesn't compromise on the glitz and
glamour associated with New York style runway shows.
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RECYCLING
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adcopy@echo.net.au
Editor : Mandy Nolan
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OCT 12 - OCT 19 A L L Y O U R C O A S T A L E N T E R T A I N M E N T O U R C O A S T A L E N T
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CULTURE ......... p27
GIG GUIDE ...... p32
CINEMAS ......... p33
EATING OUT ..... p35
STARS ................ p34
coming soon
Sat 16
One Man Party
(Soulwax)
Sam La More + guests
EAGLE & THE WORM 21 OCT
THE PAPER SCISSORS 22 OCT
SOLID GOLD 23 OCT
BAG RAIDERS 28 OCT
BYRON LATIN FIESTA 29 /30 OCT
HUNGRY KIDS
OF HUNGARY 5 NOV
KATIE NOONAN 12 NOV
Wed 13 Matt Buggy
Thurs 14 Tyson Faulkner
Fri 15 The On Fires &
The Rocketsmiths
Sun 17 Borgs & Reidy
Mon 18 Wayne Evans
Tue 18 Harry Healy
HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN 6685 6454 www.thenorthern.com.au ª HOTEL GREAT NORTHERN 6685 6454 www.thenorthern.com.au
T he K ing and I
GUITAR LESSON
with Brewster Bros!
To promote their
upcoming show at
the Courthouse in
Mullumbimby on
Sunday 24 October
Rick and John Brewster
have offered one lucky
reader the chance
to win a ONE HOUR
GUITAR LESSON with the
infamous duo. Also
have DOUBLE PASSES
for the runner ups.
Email gigs@echo.net.au
with subject header
‘Brewster’
We have TICKETS from
Ku Promotions to see:
The Red Eyes
& The Audreys
The Red Eyes play
the Byron Brewery on
Friday 22 October and
The Audreys play the
Bangalow A&I Hall on
Saturday 29 October.
Email gigs@echo.net.au
with the subject header
‘Red’ or ‘Audrey’
Talking with Kaki King is mesmerising.
She doesn’t give normal musician style
answers.
For King, her music is about philosophy and connection
and melancholy and breaking rules. It’s about chasing
traditions from classical to jazz, indie and pop and then
smashing them apart with a weird ukele rif. King’s latest
album Junior is her fourth to hit the racks, and right now
this petite but ferce girl from New York is at the top of her
game. Mullum Music Festival welcomes Ms King as the
headline act for this year’s festival. I caught up with her in
the Big Apple (on the phone from Mullum, the squashed
banana).
So what kind of music does King want to be making
and who infuences her?
‘I think that there are certain people that are great and there
are so many artists that I love, people going back centuries, its
jazz and twentieth century music, it’s a broad spectrum and it’s
unbelievable, it’s always diferent and as recording becomes
looser, it just opens it up. It’s amazing to think that you couldn’t
record even a demo at your house 20 years ago!’
For the prolifc King it’s all about time. The less time
she has the more music she makes. Too much time she
claims is the enemy of the artist!
‘Time is a very very powerful tool, when you have a time limit you
are very very productive, having endless time is the achilles heel
of the home studio, it’s like great we can have as much time as we
want, and you just procrastinate, but having a time commitment
is an inspiration.’
So how does King approach her time in the studio?
‘It’s never been track by track, its been typically let’s get this bit
down, and all the things that are for sure, they are the bits we get
down, all the bits we don’t know the fourishes and the unknown,
the things that make the songs interesting and cool, well we
do that in the second week, and the third week let’s drive in
the car – and listen. I don’t like to spend a lot of time in the
studio. I’ll do 10 - 12 hours straight but then that’s enough.’
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Driving is a creative time for King. She uses the time to
deconstruct her recordings, to fne tune and create.
‘I have the whole driving thing sussed out: when you are driving
the logical parts of your brain are engaged because they are
doing something non intellectual – you become mesmerised, like
if you were moving a pile of rocks to another bunch of rocks, it
takes up that part of the mind that’s super critical and stops you
making more lateral jumps.’
So how does an artist make the choices they need
to make, when every door can lead to a completely
diferent song?
‘That’s the problem. It’s all arbitary. There are so many right
choices, and so many wrong choices, but that’s what makes
music magic, and you have no idea why, the countless amount of
songs that people have written that are amazing. Beethoven, it’s
fve notes, it’s the stupidest thing (she starts playing the keys over
the phone) – it’s Ode to Joy. It’s whatever he did, it really is dumb
but it’s perfect, you have to go after these intuitive and very
visceral ideas , you can’t listen to your brain, it’s not the emotional
part of ... I think that there is music that really does stimulate the
brain and that’s important.’
Catharsis is a big part of King’s songwriting.
‘I think we have something in our internal nature that speaks to
the reason why we listen to a sad song. It’s not to become sadder;
it’s to become happier, catharsis is a cool idea, it’s about release,
that’s why so much beautiful music is written around that theme.
We need to let our emotions out, things are incredibly beautiful
and we need to let things out and suddenly we feel better!’
King’s ironically titled track Sunnyside does just that.
‘It came out in 20 minutes, there was no arguing, nothing I had
to change. Sunnyside is a neighbourhood in Queens., I said to my
girlfriend, whatever you do, don’t live there, and she did, and it
just fucking killed me. Why do you have to move to the one place
I asked you not to live in because of an old girlfriend, it’s dumb
– when you see the title of the track, you think sunnyside of life!
But it’s like the worst possible place you could imagine! It was so
crippling that everytime we get in a cab I’d be going, why why!’
Understandably the relationship didn’t survive Sunnyside.
Kaki King headlines Mullum Music Festival with a performance
on Sunday 28 November. Tickets are available online at www.
mullummusicfestival.com or call the hotline on 6684 6195.
Mick Music
Mick McHugh returns from Far North Queensland to play three
duo gigs joined by a violinist. The Irishman is currently awaiting
the results of the Australian Songwriters Association 2010 contests,
where he is nominated in two categories. He is releasing his third
CD in the coming months, a live recording at the intimate Mullum
Folk Night. Mick plays the Ocean Shores Country Club 6.30pm
on Friday, Lismore Showgirl Presentation Evening on Saturday at
South Lismore Bowling Club at 6pm, tix $35, and at The Eltham
Inn on Sunday at 2pm.
Lazy Sunday at the Club
Enjoy a beer on the deck at the Byron Golf
Club when Harry Healey takes to the stage
on Sunday. This will be a regular arvo of live
music, great food and cheap booze. It’s all
about promoting local product, food, music
and bevvies.
10 bands for $10 for 10 hours
Millions of people have been left homeless
and starving after foods ripped through
Pakistan. They cannot get enough medical
and food assistance. So 10 bands have
decided to pitch in and help. This Saturday
10 bands will play at The Tatts in Lismore from
12 noon -10pm to help raise money for Pakistan
food victims. If you’ve been wondering how
to help, it’s easy! Come and enjoy a day of music
for only $10 entry. All profts go to CARE Australia
Pakistan Flood Relief.
Julien plays the Brewery
Julien Wilson spent much of the late 90s living and working
in Europe with the multi-national Swiss-based band, Snag,
who received Swiss Government Arts grants for recording
and touring. He completed graduate studies in the USA on
scholarships from The Ian Potter Foundation, The Australia
Council and New England Conservatory. He received the
‘Australian Jazz Artist of the Year’ award in 2008, was
nominated for an ARIA for the ‘Best Jazz Album’ in both
2007 and 2008. Not only making his mark by himself,
The Julien Wilson Quintet was a fnalist for the 2004, 2008
& 2009 Australian Jazz Award for Best Australian Ensemble.
He plays the Brewery on Monday at 7pm. Bookings 6685
5833 tix are $15/12.
You just can’t account
for human stupidity.
It seems that our
potential for supreme
acts of idiocy has always
grown in direct parallel
to our ability for sublime
human acts of genius.
With every step forward
into the light of our own
brilliance, we’re dogged by
the shadow of consequence
and catastrophe. Here we are
evolved from primordial slime
logging onto Facebook on
our iPhones, sending robots
to probe Mars as scientists
doodle on the borders of their
map of the human genome.
At the same time we are the
authors of environmental
havoc that threatens to end
life as we know it.
Corporations repeat their
global safety assurances,
mantras like ‘Relax it will
never happen’ or ‘It’s safe’ ,
but it just doesn’t cut it. As
Australia expands uranium
mining at Roxby Downs and
Olympic Dam, perhaps it’s
time to turn our attentions to
the latest European industrial
disaster, a kind of Nouveau
Chenoybyl. Last week a
reservoir burst at a metal
plant just 160 kilometres
southwest of Budapest and
within hours an estimated
one million cubic metres of
toxic waste was dumped into
the environment, swamping
villages, farmlands, and
countryside in a poison
red sea of radioactive
contaminant.
In what is quite possibly
one of the prettiest areas
of Eastern Europe, all three
towns close to the site have
been wiped out with no
possiblity of rebuilding. The
sludge is high in lead, caustic
soda and heavy metals. It’s
radioactive and inhaling the
dust can lead to lung cancer.
God knows what wading
waste deep in the shit is
going to do to you. Or to the
land where you once grew
your food. Or to the water
sources that the waste has
leaked into.
As the sludge made its way to
the Danube the spin doctors
were already in place claiming
that the sheer volume of
water would have diluted
the aluminium byproduct to
the point of being benign. In
fact I can’t wait for them to
sell the bottled water here.
Geez, we paid top dollar for
sparkling Evian. What would
we be prepared to pay for a
bottle of Blue Danube? Well,
sort of a bit Red Danube now,
but that’s not poison, it’s just
an explosion at the cochineal
plant when the giant cupcake
reservoir sprung a leak.
What assurances do you
give people while they sit
around for the next few
decades growing cancers?
Luckily for big business,
cancers from contaminant
exposure are slow growing
and, as radiation expert Helen
Caldicott has said, can take
up to 20 years or more to take
hold. Villagers would have
been relocated, communities
rebuilt and tragedies
forgotten when metastised
cancers wash through the
internal organs.
It’s the second wave of the
red sludge, the most lethal
of them all. It’s corporate
murder. But happily
aluminium would have been
smelted, profts made, and
the red sludge victims so
displaced it would be hard to
get a real picture of just what
had caused their unfortunate
illness. After all Istvan was
a heavy smoker. It was just
a coincidence that he grew
his food in a feld where
the sludge had settled and
caught his fsh in the Danube.
Like the Queensland politician
who sang the praises of
Monsanto and the harmless
nature of its infamous
herbicide by skulling a glass
of RoundUp and ending up
stone cold dead, I expect the
people of Eastern Europe
will be experiencing their
own red terror. How does a
company give back a village?
A history? An ecosystem?
A child’s life? How have we
as human beings come to a
point where such devastating
accidents with irreparable
environmental damage are
normalised?
The Exxon Valdez oil spill has
managed to pass itself of
as an unfortunate corporate
mishap and the leakages
at Ranger & Olympic Dams
form the basis of a few more
workplace safety reports for
OH&S. So welcome to the
resource boom. Australia has
become the world’s quarry;
environmental disasters of
this massive scale are just
around the corner. It’s only a
matter of time. At least it takes
away that horrible uncertainty
worrying about whether or
not we have cancer. Everyone
will have cancer. Except for
CEOs.
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Mandy Nolan
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ON SATURDAY AND THE ELTHAM INN ON SUNDAY
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Solid Gold for
your Diary
Saturday October 23 sees
the return of Solid Gold
after a 10 month hiatus.
Playing classic 70s 80s 90s music but
with special guest DJs Scooter and
Crucial D and of course, the Solid
Gold Dancers. Free entry for the
frst fve people on roller skates.
9pm - 3am. Fancy dress a must.
Diego at the Treehouse
Hailing from the west coast of Canada, Diego Zaragoza is the front
man of the Melbourne based alt country, folk, roots & blues four
piece, Kicking Horse. His timeless style of writing has been leaving
a strong impression on audiences throughout his relentless touring
in support of the band’s self titled debut ep. With a keen wit and
an endearing style, Diego will win your heart at Treehouse this
Thursday from 6pm.
Hotel Great Northern On Fires
The On Fires have been declared the bastard lovechild of the B52s
and the Sex Pistols or like something spawned from Flaming Lips,
Blondie, Stereophonics and even Siouxsie and The Banshees.
The On Fires have had a huge year.
ten months on the road starting in
Europe in January (well timed with
the coldest winter in 30 years!). Then
touring the US in March. They played
a series of shows in New York before fying to Europe in July for
one of the best experiences of their lives performing at the
the Seven Festival in Poland. They returned once more to the
US for their ‘Kangaroo Punk Tour’ covering the Deep South to
New York and the tri-state region.They’re back in Australia and
at the Northern on Friday.
Fiesta latina till Late
In the lead up to the 5th annual Byron Latin Fiesta there is a
Pre-Party at the Buddha Bar on Saturday. Fiesta Latina will
feature artists from Byron, Gold Coast, Brisbane and Sydney.
Start of the evening with a Bachata Workshop at 6pm or
a Salsa Suelta Workshop at 7.15pm. Then continue to
dance the night away to the sounds of DJ Cubantino
and Gus from Chukale on live percussion.
Beach Ray
Ray Beadle frst came to the attention of Australia’s
blues loving public when he was asked to join the
iconic Australian blues outft, ‘The Foreday Riders’
at the age of 13. In the years that followed, Ray’s
enormous talent has seen him travel to the US for
month long residencies at BB King’s Blues Club in
Memphis. He plays the Beach Hotel on Friday.
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IAN MOSS
Best known as the guitarist and occasional singer
with Cold Chisel, Ian Moss delivers an unforgettable
sound with his silken voice, ringing with
clarity and resonating with pure soul.
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Ed, Holly, Kim & Ron
Ed Kuepper headlines the Lismore Show this year. Building on the
fantastic foundations set by the infamous Cock’n’Bull Tent, 2010 will
see performers covering a huge chunk of Australian rock’n’roll history
and contemporary music from midday on Saturday October 23rd
through to late. Dolphin winners Koi Kids are the opening act Under
The Tent.
In a minor coup, the Lismore Show is also proud to present winners
of the 2010 Dolphin Album Of The Year and the new Garage/Indie
section, The Tendons. Sara Tindley and the Kingfshers hold a
special place in the hearts of many North Coast Music lovers and the
country tinged, melody heavy, sunshine flled tunes will certainly
satisfy. The North Coast’s hardest working country rock band The
Re-Mains return and ARIA Award nominated Holly Throsby also
appears. Throsby has garnered glowing reviews from music press
across the globe and with her band will present songs that have
been described as ‘poetic distillations with an elusive profundity’
(Mojo, UK). Kim Salmon and Ron Peno are two men so respected
in Australian music thanks to their stints in so many classic left of
centre groups that their coming together a few years ago left any
wondering why it didn’t happen earlier.
Rounding out a day of amazing music is the enigmatic Ed Kuepper,
a man who is simultaneously a Saint, A Bad Seed and A Laughing
Clown. A man whose impact on Australian music stretches back
to the mid 1970s when he and his band mates declared they were
Stranded up until he was invited by Nick Cave a year or two back to
become a permanent Bad Seed. Ed has such a profound and diverse
back catalogue but is always looking to the future it is impossible to
say exactly what he will ofer up in Lismore. Nevertheless you can be
assured it will be the kind of show that folks will talk about in hushed
tones for many, many months to come. Tickets available at www.
norpa.org.au, at Newcastle Permanent branches or at the gate on the
day and start from $8 . Early bird tickets available until October 15.
Mad about Martha
Lismore Jazz Club is excited to bring alto saxophonist/composer
Martha Baartz to the Lismore Bowling Club on Sunday from 2pm
to 5pm. Admission is $7 for members and students and $10 for non
members. Preceding Martha, from approximately 12.30pm to 1.30pm
will be students from the Conservatorium.
Fri 15 Oct 1.15pm
& Sat 16 Oct 7pm
Two Stones, One Bird
A fusion of dance,
music, circus & more
Fri $10 / Sat $12
Sat 23 & Sun 24 Oct
7.30pm
Sarah Blasko
$47.50
Sat 30 Oct sessions: 11am + 3pm
16th Annual World Of Women Film
Festival Presented by Byron Breast Cancer
Support Group
Four session pass $28 / $23 conc
(session 3: Sat 6 Nov / 4: Sat 4 Dec 11am)
Sun 31 Oct 2pm
Harley Black Keys White Keys
A classic contemporary piano recital
$38
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MARTHA BAARTZ AT THE LISMORE JAZZ CLUB
AT LISMORE BOWLING CLUB ON SUNDAYS
When he isn’t pounding rhythms
behind the drumkit for Belgian
indie crossover band Soulwax,
Ghent-based artist Steve
Slingeneyer is quite likely to be
mixing tunes, slipping beats and
raising the roof at some venue
around the world.
Under the name of One Man Party,
Slingeneyer has been putting together
the most awkward of musical mash-ups
in a manner that eludes categorisation,
let alone description.
How did you frst get involved in
music and then in bands?
My father is a musician; my whole
family is musical. We would dance in
the living room to Earth, Wind and Fire
and rock out to AC/DC. I got into music
at an early age. I was 13 or so when I
picked up the guitar and then got into
drums, formed a punk/hardcore band
and that was it. It just grew from there.
Apart from the Soulwax
connection, what gave you the
urge to set up your one man
party alter ego, and when?
In the early Soulwax
days, Stephen Dewaele (of 2manydjs)
and I used to DJ for fun, mixing
anything from disco and funk to rock
and electronic stuf. Then I moved to
New York for seven years. When I came
back to Belgium, I steadily started
DJ-ing more and more; from the bar to
the local clubs to international places.
The name One Man Party came from
James Murphy (of LCD Soundsytem)
because I was known for dancing and
partying hard on tour and at parties. It
seemed perfect to use as a DJ name.
Eclectic setlists are becoming
more and more popular. Why do
you think have clubbers become
more receptive to such diversity
on the dancefoor?
Being eclectic is completely natural to
me. I get bored hearing or playing just
one style of music. I think people in
general have broad tastes. One has to
cater for that. It’s also a real challenge
to make diferent styles of music
work together. You can mix by tempo
but also by key, fnding little bridges
between tracks is what excites me.
Although clubbers tend to follow ‘styles’
a lot it’s nice to tease or surprise them
with a track they wouldn’t normally
dance to. A DJ should just want to make
as many people dance as possible and
hypnotise them with his selections, but
it’s also a lot of fun to shock sometimes;
throw somebody of. By the way, I never
rehearse a set.
Any particular people you’d care
to mention who have had a major
musical infuence on you as a
musician and as a DJ?
There are loads and it’s mostly because
they’ve taken me on a trip… Maurice
Fulton, Carl Craig, 2manydjs of course,
Riton, James Murphy and Pat Mahoney,
Erol Alkan, Justice.
Ghent seems to be quite big on
groovy tunes and clubbing, but
also for alternative music.
Ghent has been producing some good
music lately. My favourite new band is
called Teddiedrum; a two-piece band
that plays electronics, a ‘teddybear’
drum, guitar, keys… they sound like a
cross between Hot Chip and Devo.
Then there’s a good indie band called
Wallace Vanborn and others such as
Hong Kong Dong, Das Pop, Drums are
for Parades, Waldorf, Mascotte and
many others. There’s a lot of diversity
and many of the younger bands are
often quite experimental, which is
always good.
On the dance front there’s Nid and
Sancy, The Glimmers, Ultravid, Sound
of Stereo, Disco Drunkards, Hermanos
Inglesos… a lot of bands. Ghent has
been a real source for dance music but
there’s a lot of live action too thanks
to clubs and bars such as Charlatan,
Make-up, Vooruit, Culture Club, Video
and Roerkuip.
Your top fve tracks at the
moment are…
Yeah by Boys Noize, Zafrica by Zzt,
Coma cat by Tensnake, I Am Europe (Dj
Edjotronic Remix), and La Riots Bomba
(Mowgli Remix).
You’re playing at Brat Pack
alongside Sam La More. What are
you cooking up for the occasion?
Brat Pack will drop the funk and I bring
on the rave…
Any expectations on your part
from Byron and its clubbing
scene?
Sadly, I don’t know the clubbing scene
in Byron but I can imagine it’s an easy
atmosphere with all the sun you get!
I am defnitely interested in spending
some time on the beach and I’ve heard
about Nimbin, which I hope to visit…
depending on how the club night goes
of course (laughs).
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Your Big Phat Chance
On the back of a year already packed with a massive touring
schedule, including the national Inkstains tour and supports for
heavyweight acts like Method Man & Redman, DJ Premier and
The Beat nuts; Solo Artists Phatchance & Coptic Soldier are
once again hitting the road with their unique brand of fercely
independent, progressive Australian hip-hop. Both solo artists have
quickly established themselves as key members in the new guard of
Australian Hip-Hop music, their pragmatic approach and personal
song writing has bridged the genre gap and seen them forge a
dedicated and growing following beyond the typical reach of the
genre. They play the Brewery on Thursday.
A Meek Man
Loaded with charisma, Melbourne based songsmith Ryan Meeking
is a captivating story teller. His journeying songs have a powerful
dynamic that often reveal shades of Jef Buckley. These alluring tales
come to life on stage with his band – a potent combination that will
silence any noisy room. Appearing at The Beach Hotel Saturday at
9.30pm. Free Entry.
Red Eyes next Friday
The Red Eyes describe themselves as a bit like the Hotel California –
you can check out anytime but you can never leave. Now with a core
group of seven multi-instrumentalist musical talents, performances
can feature up to 12 members onstage, with their recordings
including over 30 of Australia’s most talented musicians. The band is
led on stage by enigmatic front man El Witeri who draws on his New
Zealand upbringing and Maori heritage for inspiration. Don’t miss
their show at the Byron Brewery on Friday October 22.
Carola Funks It Up
Carola Christian is a versatile performer and singer. She is an
incredibly passionate and distinct vocalist with
a commanding voice. With a broad
range of deep haunting vocals to
screaming soprano, Carola has the
ability to move her velvety tones
thru raw sensuality to gutsy power.
Together with ‘The Dirty Funk
Afair’ they produce a unique
sound fusion of Rock, Soul & Pop
with a strong retro vibe succumbing
to afairs with Latin and wayward
romances with Funk...creating an
eclecticism that makes them hard to
categorise. Friday at the Rails.
Mullum Flicks: The Kids are All Right
I always think of the Who album, but this is the flm that was the
most talked about entry at the 2010 Sundance Festival. It is all about
family. The Allgoods share a cosy home, with all the usual ups and
downs, yet Joni and Laser have two Mums, long married and deeply
in love. When the children decide to seek out their sperm donor
father the house will never be the same again! The Drill Hall, 8pm
this Saturday and Sunday.
Fashionistas hit Lismore 
Get ready for glamour as Lismore prepares to shine at this year’s
most spectacular fashion evening ever, the Lismore Fashion
Society Debut Gala event. Showcasing to over 250 people the show
will give everyone a chance to dust of their bling and get fabulous
as we celebrate our region’s best designers.
This Friday the Lismore Workers Club will play host to a night
of glamour, as new and familiar local designers showcase their
latest collections at the Debut Gala Event. The gala event will be
a truly community celebration as the Lismore Fashion Society has
gained the support of many local businesses, public personalities,
musicians and designers to create this exciting event. Hosted by
local comedian Mandy Nolan the event will see a exclusive VIP
pres show party followed by a runway show packed full of fabulous
frocks and entertainment. For more information on tickets or the
event please phone the event coordinator Trish on 0414 951 977 or
chairperson Lisa Marie on 0416 054 477 or visit http://www.facebook.
com/group.php?gid=117982714896536.
Last Night of the Proms
The BBC Last Night of the Proms is one of the most famous music
events in the world, listened to and watched by millions around
the globe.  It is an extravaganza of classical music  with a unique
English tradition. The powerful fnale of the 2010 BBC Proms season
will be captured live in high-defnition from the Royal Albert Hall
in London, and exhibited exclusively in select cinemas around the
world, including Dendy Byron Bay Cinemas, where it will screen
on Sunday at 1pm. Tickets are $25, concession $23, or $21 for Club
Dendy members.
MUSIC FESTIVAL 2010
4 DAYS, 8 VENUES
OVER 100 PERFORMANCES
& WORKSHOPS
NOVEMBER
KAKI KING
(USA)
· SALMONELLA DJ SOUND SYSTEM (NZ)
PIETA BROWN
(USA)
· CORNERSTONE ROOTS
(NZ) · WASHINGTON
HARRY JAMES ANGUS
(CAT EMPIRE)
· TIJUANA CARTEL · KING TIDE · MAMA KIN
TINPAN ORANGE · NANO STERN
(CHILE)
· MARY GAUTHIER
(USA)
JEN CLOHER · JORDIE LANE · SARA TINDLEY · VINCE JONES · DICK & CHRISTA HUGHES
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Alison Pearl Presents
LIOR
+ band
Tumbling Into The Dawn
new CD national tour
Thursday October 21
A&I Hall, Bangalow
8pm start, doors open 7.15pm
Catering – Open Table

Tickets on sale now:
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CAROLA CHRISTIAN & THE DIRTY FUNK AFFAIR
AT THE RAILS ON FRIDAY
Byron Youth Activity Centre (YAC) is managed by Byron Youth Service (BYS)
1 Gilmore Crescent Byron Bay www.bys.org.au
FRIDAY NIGHTS @ THE YAC
Weekly fun for high school kids
Drop in for movies, music, gaming,
and more… 5 to 10pm
FREE! 9 WEEK HOSPITALITY COURSE
STARTING Tues 19th October!
Gain a qualification and get into the industry
Call Melissa or email links@bys.org.au
PROJECT U TURN:
CALLING ALL CREATIVES!
We are looking for help in designing and making
our Project U Turn ‘Brain’ mascot.
If you can design and sew wearable costumes -
we need your help!
Call Kate or email kate@bys.org.au
FUNDRAISING EVENTS COMING SOON...
Help us build a NEW kitchen!
Melbourne Cup Raffle – tons of great prizes!
Buttery Choir 13th November 5-7pm
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The Still Curtin
Since moving to Byron Bay four years ago, Bernadette Curtin has
extended previous themes begun in Melbourne. In her new series
presented this Thursday at Still @ the Centre gallery, she painted
directly from observations of the changing and dramatic weather
patterns of our area. The title chosen, Forecast, also refers to the
times we are now experiencing, as if the paintings were not only
about her present environment but, in a wider context, sounding out
the future. Forecast will be opened this Thursday by Candida Baker,
director of the Writers Festival at Still at the Centre, 3 Centennial
Circuit, Byron Bay. The exhibition will run until November 6th.
Enquiries: (02) 6685 5808 or www.the-centre.com.au
A very Sketchy Place
Its time again for Dr Sketchy’s Burlesque Life Drawing at the
Byron Brewery on Tuesday. A bevvy of wonderful models descend
on Byron for a night of sketching, drinking, laughter, food, titillation,
music and general decadence. In other words, pretty much all that’s
necessary to support human life on this planet. It’s a big call, but if
you come along you’ll see what it means! Featuring the dangerous
Mercy St Just, Miss Kyla and Mc Mae Wilde. As always, entry is $15
at the door. Doors open at 6pm, and the drawing and festivities kick
of at 6.30pm. It gets busy, so be early.
Skate Doco
Skate Australia is unique documentary that gives
an insight into the underground sport of Downhill
Skateboarding and the exciting lifestyle that
revolves around it. There has never been anything
like this produced in Australia. The Skate Australia
documentary has taken a long and hard journey,
shedding more than its share of blood, sweat
and tears.  Anthony Fricker, the tremendously
passionate director of Skate Australia, died on
the 2nd of August 2009 as a result of a downhill
skateboarding accident while flming for the
documentary at Burringbar Range Hhighway
Skate Australia will be having its premiere at
The Lounge Cinema on Saturday at 7pm.
Tabulam Kids at the Shell
Aboriginal children from Tabulam community
will perform their Butherum (Dreamtime) story at
Soundshell in Terrace Park at 12pm on Saturday. 
The kids are fundraising for a BMX bike track and the
community’s fedgling cultural arts group are keen
to get some performance experience and meet our
local young performers.Brunswick Heads CDAT
youth activities are hosting the event which
will feature traditional song, dance, music and
stories. There’ll be heaps of fun activities including
weaving, screen printing, arts and crafts and
delicious Bush Tucker food.  Donations of quality
second hand goods, clothing, books and toys for the
community are welcome. Come along and enjoy
a wonderful family day of creation and celebration
of our indigenous culture and ofer support and
encouragement to our friends from Tabulam.
Wild Dance
The Wild Honey Dance Festival is double the fun in 2010 with an
intensive workshop program on October 23-24 and a bohemian
performance extravaganza, Rhapsody, short workshops and markets
on November 13-14. Local resident and former pilates instructor
to the Australian Ballet, Harjiwan, will strengthen your core at
her Body Conditioning session on 23 October while guest artist,
Melusina (Melb) will teach sensual, syrupy-slow, succulent moves
reminiscent of moving through honey at her 4 hour Tribal Fusion
workshop intensive. The next day Hilary Cinis (Syd), slinky fusion
dancer extraordinaire, who moonlights as senior web designer at the
ABC, will explore fgure 8 movements and apply a design technique
called ‘Information Architecture’ to facilitate rapid creation of a
choreography in her Contemporary Fusion workshop titled ‘Infnity’.
Students are invited to ‘co-create’ choreographies with Hilary and
Melusina with the fnal product being performed three weeks later
at the Rhapsody event. All workshops are being held in Byron Bay.
See Melusina and Hilary, Opalesque, Danielle Sansom of the Barefoot
Gypsies and more at the intimate Performance Parlour on Saturday
October 23 from 7pm in Brunswick Heads. Tickets $5 at the door,
sweet honey cakes and spicy chai are also available. For details of the
November festival program visit www.wildhoneyfestival.com or call
Belinda on 0420 398590.
En Trance Yourself with Butoh
Yumi’s bold performance combines dance and digital painting
produced live by her collaborating artists Banbang Nurcahyadi
and Naomi Ota. En Trance is a dance theatre work creating
images of intense beauty and powerful physical representations
of the borderlands between the living and un-dead. Yumi and her
collaborator Banbang Nurcahyadi will ofer a Dance and Digital
Media Workshop at 10.30am on Saturday in the Dance Studio
in Lismore City Hall. The frst half of the workshop will be an
introduction to the philosophy and physical exercises of Butoh
dance. In the second half of the workshop participants will learn
about motion tracking and the body as a canvas for digital art in
live performance. Participants will devise a short performance at the
conclusion of the workshop. The workshop is suitable for everyone
and is free with the purchase of a
ticket to En Trance, or $20.
Your Good News Week
Fiona O’Loughlin is one of
Australia’s most successful and
popular stand up comedians.
In addition to her stellar comedy
career she has also been a mother
to fve children. 2009 saw Fiona’s
contribution to the Australian
cultural landscape recognised when she
was awarded The Northern Territory’s
‘Australian of the Year’ honour. Hailing
from Alice Springs, the growth
of her career is even more
impressive when you take
into account the geographic
isolation of her home town.
To have risen to become one
of the most sought after stand-
up comedians in the world is
truly an incredible feat, and an
indisputable testament to her
tenacity and talent. Monday
November 1 at the Byron
Services Club.
NORPA PRESENTS A KULTOUR TOURING EVENT:
15 OCTOBER 2010, 8PM
STAR COURT THEATRE
From The Burlesque Hour to her acclaimed Butoh Cabaret
DasShoku Hora!, Yumi Umiumare’s electrifying show is
in Lismore for One Night Only!
Yumi’s bold performance combines dance and digital painting produced
live by her collaborating artist Bambang Nurcahyadi.
En Trance is a dance theatre work creating images of intense beauty
and powerful physical representations of the borderlands between the
living and un-dead.
The presentation of this work is part of Kultour’s 2010 Strategic Initiatives in partner-
ship with Multicultural Arts Victoria and NORPA (Kultour Company members).
An Introductory Workshop with Yumi
Umiumare & Bambang Nurcahyadi
When:
10.30am - 1.30pm Saturday 16 October
Where:
Dance Studio, Lismore City Hall
Cost:
Free with the purchase of a ticket to En Trance
or $20
More info:
producer@norpa.org.au for more information
and bookings
WORKSHOP:
DANCE & DIGITAL MEDIA
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without difculty, in Armageddon (Prime, Friday, 8.30pm).
2. Elizabeth Banks and Leonardo Di Caprio get funky with
it in Catch Me If You Can (TEN, Saturday, 8.30pm), one of
the best movies of the week, based on the real life of an
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4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In
The Air
5.30 Gardening Australia
6.00 Kids’ Programs
11.00 Big Ideas
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 National Press Club Address
1.30 Talking Heads
2.00 Waterloo Road
3.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 James Martin’s Champagne
6.30 Poh’s Kitchen
7.00 ABC News
7.30 The 7.30 Report
8.00 Strictly Speaking
8.30 The Librarians (M)
9.00 The IT Crowd (M)
9.30 United States Of Tara (M)
10.00 At The Movies
10.30 Lateline
11.05 Lateline Business
11.30 The Last Enemy (M)
12.35 Movie: The Boy With Green
Hair (G 1949) Dean Stockwell
2.00 Big Ideas
3.00 National Press Club
4.00 Catalyst
5.30 The Cook And The Chef
6.00 ABC News Breakfast
9.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Stop. Rewind
6.30 Scrapheap Challenge
7.20 The Daily Show
7.40 The Colbert Report
8.00 Good Morning Kalimantan
8.30 Stuart The day that changed
my life
9.30 Real Families
10.20 Fakes (M)
11.10 Rudely Interrupted (M)
12.05 No Way San Jose
12.40 The Royal Today
1.00 The Real Good Life
1.30 Close
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
1.00 Movie: 1:1 (M 2006) Danish
drama. Stars Mohammed Ali
Bakier, Joy K Petersen
2.40 Your ID Papers!
2.50 The Luminary
3.00 Classical Destinations
3.30 Letters And Numbers
4.00 The Journal
4.30 Newshour
5.30 Global Village
6.00 Letters And Numbers
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Inspector Rex (PG)
8.30 Anna Pihl (M)
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Movie: Paju (MA 2009) Korean
drama. Stars Lee Sun-kyun, Seo
Woo, Shim Yi-young
12.05 Movie: The Magdalene Sisters
(MA 2002) Irish drama. Stars
Geraldine McEwan, Anne-Marie
Duf, Nora-Jane Noone
2.15 Weatherwatch
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
1.00 Food Lovers’ Guide To
Australia
1.30 Dead Tired
2.30 Dateline
3.30 Letters And Numbers
4.00 The Journal
4.30 Newshour
5.30 Global Village
6.00 Letters And Numbers
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Food Safari
8.00 Luke Nguyen’s Vietnam
8.30 Supersizers Go Medieval
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Movie: The Key (M 2006)
French thriller. Stars Guillaume
Canet, Marie Gillain
12.10 Movie: The Crime Of Father
Amaro (MA 2002) Mexican
drama. Stars Gael Garcia
Bernal, Ana Claudia Talancón
2.10 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village 6.30 Made In Spain
7.00 At The Table With Sara Moulton
7.30 Dateline 8.30 Can GM Food Save
The World?
9.30 Movie: Beautiful Boxer (M
2003) Thai drama. Stars Toom,
Parinya Charoenphol
11.35 Movie: Beaufort (M 2007)
Israeli war movie. Stars Oshri
Cohen, Itay Tiran
1.50 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village 6.30 Food Trip 7.00
Made In Spain 7.30 Insight 8.30 Oscar
Niemeyer: Architect
9.35 Movie: Unconscious (M
2004) Spanish comedy. Stars
Leonor Watling, Luis Tosar
11.30 Movie: About The Looking
For And The Finding Of
Love (M 2005) German com-
edy. Stars Moritz Bleibtreu,
Alexandra Maria Lara
1.25 Weatherwatch
4.30 Shortland Street 5.00 Something In
The Air 5.30 Gardening Australia
6.00 Kids’ Programs
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 Agatha Christie’s Partners In
Crime
1.30 Collectors
2.00 Waterloo Road
3.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Lost Gardens
7.00 ABC News
7.30 The 7.30 Report
8.00 Penguin Island
8.30 art + soul Aboriginal art
9.30 The Great Escape China 1935
10.20 Lateline
11.00 Lateline Business
11.25 Live At The Basement (M)
Luka Bloom
12.25 Movie: Let’s Make Music (G
1940) Bob Crosby, Jean Rogers
1.45 Movie: Forget Me Not (G
1937) Beniamino Gigli, Joan
Gardner
2.55 Movie: Boy Slaves (PG 1938)
Anne Shirley, Roger Daniel
4.00 Can We Help?
5.30 The Cook And The Chef
6.00 ABC News Breakfast
9.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Poh’s Kitchen
6.30 Scrapheap Challenge
7.20 The Daily Show
7.40 The Colbert Report
8.00 Mumbai Calling
8.30 Kids In The Hall (M)
9.00 Hair By Mr Bean Of London
9.30 Like, Totally! (M)
10.35 Father Ted
11.00 Little Miss Jocelyn (M)
11.30 John Safran’s Race Relations
(M)
12.00 Ideal (M)
12.30 Roman’s Empire (M)
1.00 The Royal Today
1.20 Travel Oz 2.00 Close
ABC 3
6.05am to 3.00pm Kids’ Programs 3.35
Round The Twist 4.00 Mortifed 4.25
News On 3 4.30 Pat And Stan 4.40 My
Goldfsh Is Evil 5.05 Erky Perky 5.20 The
Pinky & Perky Show 5.30 Dex Hamilton
6.00 Total Drama Island 6.30Escape From
Scorpion Island 6.55 News On 3 7.05
Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab 7.35 The
Tribe (G*) 8.30 Sweat 9.00 Close
ABC 3
6.05am to 3.10pm Kids’ Programs 3.35
Round The Twist 4.00 Mortifed 4.25
News On 3 4.30 Pat And Stan 4.40 My
Goldfsh Is Evil 5.05 Erky Perky 5.20 The
Pinky & Perky Show 5.30 Dex Hamilton
6.00 Total Drama Island 6.30Escape From
Scorpion Island 6.55 News On 3 7.05
Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab 7.35 The
Tribe (G*) 8.30 Sweat 9.00 Close
ABC NEWS 24
4.00 ABC News 4.05 The Quarters
4.20 The Drum 5.00 ABC News 5.15
The Quarters 5.30 Newsline 6.00 ABC
News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30
Business Today 10.00 ABC News 12.00
Midday Report 12.30 National Press Club
Address 1.30 ABC News 2.00 Midday
Report 2.30 The World This Week 3.00
Afternoon Live 5.30 Stateline Select
6.00 ABC News 6.05 The Drum 6.45
The Quarters 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The
7.30 Report 8.00 ABC News 8.30 Lateline
Business 9.00 The World 10.00 ABC News
10.30 Newsline 11.00 ABC News 11.25
The 7.30 Report 12.00 ABC News 12.05
The Drum 12.45 The Quarters 1.00 BBC
News 1.30 Australia Network News 2.00
BBC World News 2.30 The 7.30 Report
3.00 Newsline 3.30 7.30 Report
ABC NEWS 24
4.00 ABC News 4.05 The Quarters
4.20 The Drum 5.00 ABC News 5.15
The Quarters 5.30 Newsline 6.00 ABC
News Breakfast 9.00 ABC News 9.30
Business Today 10.00 ABC News 12.00
Midday Report 12.30 Catalyst 1.30 ABC
News 2.00 Midday Report 2.30 Compass
3.00 Afternoon Live 5.30 Landline Extra
6.00 ABC News 6.05 The Drum 6.45 The
Quarters 7.00 ABC News 7.30 The 7.30
Report 8.00 ABC News 8.30 Lateline
Business 9.00 The World 10.00 ABC News
10.30 Newsline 11.00 ABC News 11.25
The 7.30 Report 12.00 ABC News 12.05
The Drum 12.45 The Quarters 1.00 BBC
News 1.30 Australia Network News 2.00
BBC World News 2.30 The 7.30 Report
3.00 Newsline 3.30 7.30 Report
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: Phenomenon II (PG
2003) Christopher Shyer, Peter
Coyote, Jill Clayburgh
2.00 All Saints
3.00 Medical Emergency
3.30 Kids’ Programs
4.30 Seven News
5.00 M*A*S*H
5.30 Deal Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 Border Security
8.00 The Force
8.30 City Homicide (M)
10.30 Breakout
11.40 Suburban Secrets (M)
12.00 Room For Improvement
12.30 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven News
6.00 Sunrise 9.00 The Morning Show
11.30 Seven Morning News
12.00 Movie: Forgotten Sins (M
1996) William Devane, John
Shea, Bess Armstrong
2.00 All Saints
3.00 Medical Emergency
3.30 Kids’ Programs
4.30 Seven News
5.00 M*A*S*H
5.30 Deal Or No Deal
6.00 Prime News
6.30 Seven News
7.00 Home And Away
7.30 The Amazing Race
8.30 Criminal Minds (M)
9.30 How I Met Your Mother
10.30 Parking Wars
11.00 Scrubs
11.30 Stag (M) 12.00 MacArthur’s Dream
1.00 Home Shopping 5.30 Seven News
6.00 Good Morning Delhi
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Malcolm In The Middle
1.00 Commonwealth Games LIVE
from Delhi – includes squash,
gymnastics, diving, badminton,
table tennis
5.00 Ten News
6.00 Commonwealth Games
continues – includes hockey,
cycling, diving, boxing, lawn
bowls
4.00 Religion
6.00 Good Morning Delhi
9.00 Ten News
10.00 The Circle
12.00 Malcolm In The Middle
1.00 Commonwealth Games LIVE
from Delhi – includes mara-
thons, hockey, track events,
badminton, squash
5.00 Ten News
6.00 Commonwealth Games con-
tinues – netball, hockey
9.00 Keeping Up With The Joneses
10.00 Law & Order: SVU (M)
12.00 Commonwealth Games con-
tinues – Closing ceremony
4.00 Religion
5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne
11.00 Danoz
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 Kids’ Programs
4.30 Afternoon News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 Evening News
7.00 A Current Afair
7.30 The Block
8.25 Lotto
8.30 RPA
9.30 Amazing Medical Stories (M)
10.30 Embarrassing Bodies (M)
11.30 Til Death
12.00 Eclipse Music TV
12.30 20/20
1.30 Infomercials
3.30 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
5.30 Today 9.00 Kerri-Anne
11.00 Infomercials
12.00 Ellen Degeneres Show
1.00 The View
2.00 Days Of Our Lives
3.00 Alive And Cooking
3.30 HI-5
4.00 Pyramid
4.30 Afternoon News
5.00 Antiques Roadshow
5.30 Hot Seat
6.00 Evening News
7.00 A Current Afair
7.30 Getaway
8.30 Cops LAC (M)
9.30 Crime Investigation Australia
(M)
10.35 CSI: NY (M)
11.35 Til Death 12.00 The Lost Tribes 1.00
Entertainment Tonight 1.30 Skippy 2.00
Infomercials 3.30 Good Morning America
5.00 Early Morning News
ONE HD
6.00 Good Morning Delhi
9.00 National Football League
11.30 Asian Amateur Golf
Highlights
12.00 Golf Central
12.30 ATP World Tour Tennis
1.00 Commonwealth Games LIVE
4.00 Postseason Baseball
Division Series
ONE HD
6.00 Good Morning Delhi
9.00 NFL Total Access
10.00 Transworld Sport
11.00 IAAF Atletix
11.30 Commonwealth Games LIVE
9.00 Formula 1 Grand Prix Japan
11.00 MotoGP Malaysia
12.00 Commonwealth Games
Closing Ceremony LIVE
4.00 OneAsia Tour Golf Highlights
5.00 Rally World
5.30 Omnisport
GO!
6.00 Kids’Programs 10.30 Entertainment
Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Get Smart
12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00
Star Trek: Deep Space Nine 2.00 Drop
Dead Diva 3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The
Nanny 4.00 Kids’ Programs 6.30 Total
Wipeout UK 7.30 Wipeout USA 8.30 Two
And A Half Men (M) 9.30 Spartacus –
Blood And Sand (AV) 10.30 Dark Blue
(M) 11.30 South Park (MA) 12.00 Starsky
& Hutch (M) 1.00 Spartacus – Blood And
Sand (AV) 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Just
Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Get Smart 5.30
The Flintstones
GO!
6.00 Kids’Programs 10.30 Entertainment
Tonight 11.00 TMZ 11.30 Get Smart
12.00 Here’s Lucy 12.30 Seinfeld 1.00
Wipeout USA 2.00 Starsky & Hutch (M)
3.00 Just Shoot Me 3.30 The Nanny 4.00
Kids’ Programs 6.30 Total Wipeout UK
7.30 Top Gear 8.30 The Big Bang Theory
9.00Two And A Half Men (M)
9.30 Movie: Constantine (M 2005)
Frank Lawton, Keanu Reeves,
Rachel Weisz, Shia Labeouf
12.00 Eclipse Music TV 12.30 Cribs 1.00
Dark Blue (M) 2.00 Home Shopping 4.00
Just Shoot Me 4.30 TMZ 5.00 Get Smart
5.30 The Flintstones
7 TWO
6.00 Kids Time 8.30 Sons & Daughters
9.00 Home & Away 9.30 Shortland
Street 10.00 Coronation Street 10.30
Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children 11.50
Kitchen Time
2.30 Movie: Gideon Of Scotland
Yard (PG 1958) Jack Hawkins
4.30 Murphy Brown 5.00 Best Dish…
6.00 Head Of The Class 6.30 Growing
Pains 7.00 George & Mildred 7.30 The
Royal 8.30 McCallum (M) 10.40 Wyclife
(M) 11.45 The Professionals (M) 1.00 The
World Around Us: Secrets Of An Oasis
2.00 Home Shopping 4.00 Leyland
Brothers World 5.00 Home Shopping
7 TWO
6.00 Kids Time 9.00 Home & Away 9.30
Shortland St 10.00 Coronation St 10.30
Emmerdale 11.00 All My Children 11.50
Kitchen Time 2.30 Movie: Sibling Rivalry
(PG 1990) Kirstie Alley, Bill Pullman 4.30
Murphy Brown 5.00 Best Dish 6.00 Head
Of The Class 6.30 Growing Pains
7.00 Movie: Camp Rock 2 (G
2010) Demi Lovato, Joe Jonas
9.00 Movie: The Sixth Sense (M
1998) Bruce Willis, Haley Joel
Osment, Toni Collette
11.10 The Professionals (M) 12.10
1993 Australian Open Tennis: Stevens
v Fromberg 5.00 Home Shopping
wealth Games con-
losing ceremony
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11.35
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5.00 Something In The Air
5.30 Gardening Australia
6.00 Kids’ Programs
11.00 Penguin Island
11.30 The New Inventors
12.00 Midday Report
12.30 Enough Rope With Andrew
Denton
1.30 Lilies
2.30 Spicks And Specks
3.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Meerkat Manor
6.30 Can We Help?
7.00 ABC News
7.30 Stateline
8.00 Collectors
8.30 Luther (M)
9.25 Five Daughters (M)
10.20 Lateline
11.05 The Gruen Transfer (M)
11.35 rage (M)
5.30 The Cook And The Chef 6.00 ABC
News Breakfast 9.00 Kids’ Programs
6.00 Planet Food Goa, India
6.30 Scrapheap Challenge
7.20 The Daily Show
7.40 The Colbert Report
8.00 The Worst Christmas Of My
Life
8.30 Life On Mars (M)
9.30 Breaking Bad (M)
10.20 Seven Ages Of Rock (M)
British Indie
11.10 R.E.M. At The BBC
12.10 Planet Rock Profles The Plain
White Ts
12.35 The Royal Today
1.00 Travel Oz 1.35 Close
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
1.00 Food Lovers’ Guide To
Australia
1.30 Insight
2.30 Taxi School
3.00 Living Black
3.30 Letters And Numbers
4.00 The Journal
4.30 Newshour
5.30 Global Village
6.00 Letters And Numbers
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 James May’s Toy Stories
8.30 Berlin Ruined Visions
9.30 World News Australia
10.00 Stripping At The Pink
Paradise (M)
11.45 Movie: Paper Castles (MA
2009) Spanish drama. Stars
Adriana Ugarte, Biel Durán
1.30 Movie: Babylon Disease (MA
2004) Swedish drama. Stars
Nina Wähä, Paulina Hawliczek
3.05 Weatherwatch
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
1.00 The Royal Ballet In Cuba
2.15 The Chopin Etudes
2.20 Steve Reich Composer
3.20 Whirlwind Of Your Passion
3.30 Dali And The Cinema
4.30 Newshour
5.30 Mythbusters
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Monster Moves
8.30 Iron Chef
9.20 RocKwiz
10.20 Movie: New Police Story (M
2004) Cantonese action. Stars
Jackie Chan, Nicholas Tse,
Daniel Wu
12.35 SOS
1.35 Speaking In Tongues
2.05 Knot At Home (M) Security
2.35 Weatherwatch
5.00 Weatherwatch 7.00 World News
10.30 Football Asia
11.00 Les Murray’s Football Feature
12.00 UEFA Champions League
12.30 Speedweek
2.00 Alive And Kicking
2.30 The Jewish People Story of
survival
3.30 Top Dogs Cape Horn
4.00 Living Black
5.00 Cycling Central
6.00 Thalassa
6.30 World News Australia
7.30 Lost Worlds
8.30 Dateline
9.30 Mad Men
10.30 Movie: A Love To Hide (MA
2004) French war movie.
Stars Jérémie Rénier, Bruno
Todeschini, Louise Monot
12.20 The Wehrmacht (M)
1.20 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 6.00 World News
6.00 Global Village 6.30 Taste Takes Of
7.00 Cooking In The Danger Zone 7.30
Syrian School 8.30 Hot Cities
9.30 Movie: The Princess Blade
(MAV 2001) Japanese action.
Stars Yumiko Shaku, Hideaki
Ito
11.10 Movie: Confession Of Pain
(MAV 2006) Cantonese crime.
Stars Tony Leung Chiu Wai
1.05 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch
6.00 The Squiz
6.30 At The Table With Rob
Feenie
7.00 Taste Takes Of
7.30 A History Of Britain
8.30 Voyages Of Discovery
9.30 Movie: Not For, Or Against,
Quite The Contrary (MAV
2003) French action. Stars
Zinedine Soualem, Simon
Abkharian
11.35 Movie: Girls On Top 2 (M
2004) German comedy. Stars
Diana Amft, Jasmin Gerat
1.10 Weatherwatch
SBS 2
5.00 Weatherwatch 5.05 World News
6.00 ADbc 6.30 Feast Greece 7.00 Food
Trip 7.30 Ninja Warrior 8.00 Unbeatable
Banzuke 8.30 Escape To The Legion (M)
9.30 Movie: As It Is In Heaven (M
2004) Swedish drama. Stars
Michael Nyqvist, Frida Hallgren
11.45 Movie: Gilles’ Wife (M
2004) French drama. Stars
Emmanuelle Devos, Clovis
Cornillac
1.40 Weatherwatch
5.00 rage (PG)
11.00 Poh’s Kitchen
11.30 Message Stick (G*) Bloodlines:
the Parker-Randall family
12.00 Stateline
12.30 Australian Story
1.00 WNBL Basketball LIVE –
Bendigo v Dandenong
3.00 Movie: The Caine Mutiny (G
1954) Humphrey Bogart, Jose
Ferrer
5.00 Bowls Queensland Open:
Mens Triples Final
6.00 Annabel Langbein The Free
Range Cook
6.30 Gardening Australia
7.00 ABC News
7.30 New Tricks
8.30 The Bill (M)
9.20 Michael McIntyre’s Comedy
Roadshow Belfast
10.05 Ashes To Ashes (M)
11.00 rage (M)
4.00 rage 6.30 Kids’Programs 9.00 Insiders
10.00 Inside Business 10.30 Ofsiders
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6.30 Sunday Night
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Buried
Lodged in my brain is the
memory of an episode from
‘The Twilight Zone’. A fellow
in prison arranged with
his contact outside to be
buried with an old inmate
who was about to die. The
buddy would then come
and dig him up. When the
escapee was lying in the
cofn waiting for his release,
he struck a match, pulled the
shroud away from the corpse
and, to his horror, saw that
the dead man was his buddy.
It is a pity that Rod Serling
wasn’t still available to tidy up
the script of Rodrigo Cortes’s
otherwise excellent thriller. The
flm begins in pitch blackness,
with Paul Conway (Ryan
Reynolds), an American truck
driver working in Iraq in 2006,
waking to fnd that he is bound
and gagged in a cofn. He has
been abducted by terrorists,
one of whom contacts him
on the cell phone that he has
been left with and demands
fve million dollars for Conway’s
release. The psychological hell
of the situation is instantly
established, but so too is the
worry that the story can surely
not be maintained without
other characters and locations
being introduced – a man
in a box for ninety minutes
is a daunting prospect for
any moviegoer. Not unlike
in last year’s brilliant ‘Moon’,
which also dealt with extreme
isolation, Cortes succeeds
in drawing you deeper
and deeper into Conway’s
claustrophobic world. Through
countless subtle camera and
lighting variations and an edit
that never allows for stagnation
– if anything, the pace is
quicker than it need be – you
experience with Conway his
panic, frustration and hope.
There are a few suss elements
– the snake that appears,
underground (if it wasn’t
already in the cofn, how did
it get there?), is employed
for no other reason than to
ratchet up the scariness, which
it did one hundred per cent,
and Conway’s lighter has
more fuel in it than you might
reasonably expect it to have.
Also, in communicating with
his family, employer, the State
Department, the FBI and an
organisation that has been
established to rescue hostages
from insurgents, his cell phone
battery, already down to three
bars at the commencement of
his ordeal, lasts a hell of a lot
longer than mine ever does.
Heavy-handed commentary
about bad Big Business, idiotic
ofcialdom and terrorists as
freedom fghters thankfully
takes a back seat to the
intensity of Conway’s riveting
struggle and the drama is only
slightly diminished by a climax
that comes across as rather
too much like a Monty Python
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~ John Campbell
Eat Pray Love
To paraphrase Herman Goering,
every time I hear the word
fulflment I reach for my gun.
Seriously though, can there
be anything more tragic than
the Western professional
who has everything suddenly
becoming aware that there
is more to be got? For that is
what enlightenment is to the
self-improvement industry
– just another commodity.
Something that you can
purchase through the columns
of a lifestyle magazine, or by
joining a quasi religious order
of like-minded narcissists, or, if
you’re sufciently cashed up, by
swanning of to Italy, India and
Bali for a year. In accordance
with the title’s chronology in
this high-gloss dross, it is in
Rome that Liz (Julia Roberts)
discovers herself through food,
while India sees to her spiritual
needs. In mainstream cinema,
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hollow cliché, so you can bet
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of Italy and India would never
have been countenanced –
Jesus and dhal is not in the race
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on ofer for bourgeois fantasists
and well heeled seekers of
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Murphy, what mug couldn’t
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Audrey Hepburn and Gregory
Peck met ffty-odd years ago,
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might travel the length and
breadth of Italy and not fnd
such a car these days) – and
it is infuriatingly bogus. Fine
actress though she is, Roberts,
who looks gaunt throughout,
cannot make a silk purse
out of a sow’s ear. Liz is an
unconvincing character
who deals in nauseating
platitudes and whose
most telling expression of
understanding is to half-
close her eyes and gaze
in wonderment into the
middle distance. Bali is the
Love chapter and upon her
arrival there a baby nearby,
who looked unnervingly
like Charles Laughton
(it was Reel Mums’ day),
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brown pong that I thought
summed it up perfectly
– the life-changing
experience is done better
and with more sincerity
and far more emotional
impact in ten minutes in ‘The
Rebound’ (2009). And at the
end of her journey, what is Liz’s
ultimate reward? A bloke. But
not just any bloke – it’s Javier
Bardem! She’s got it all, and
God’s in his heaven.
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Mungo’s Crossword
Quick Clues
ACROSS
1. Fixation, object endowed with
magic qualities (6)
4. Stated positively, asserted (8)
9. Loving, worshipping (7)
11. The side of a coin with the head
on it (7)
12. Perfect, ultimately desirable (5)
13. Large seabird (9)
14. Householder’s market for
unwanted possessions (6,4)
16 An arm or a leg (4)
19. Wise. Knowing (4)
20. Unreliable, one who escapes
paying his debts (3-2-5)
22. Small breed of dog, originating in
the Himalaya (5,4)
23. Chop finally, grind (5)
25. Follower, disciple (7)
26. Honest, trustworthy (7)
27. Conjecture, put forward as a
thesis (8)
28. Climb, mount (6)
DOWN
1. Tall pink water birds (9)
2. Hoard, usually of treasure (5)
3. Result of a spill (8)
5. Footwear for soccer players (8,5)
6. Summon, request the presence
of (6)
7. Stranding, abandoning (9)
8. Acts, things that are performed or
accomplished (5)
10. Fabulous footwear worn by
Cinderella (5,8)
15. Rambling discourse or process (9)
17. Unhappy conclusion, inevitable
but depressing finale (6,3)
18. Spring flowers; also marine
animals (8)
21. Substance, solid material (6)
22. The smallest amount (5)
24. Brother’s daughter (5)
Cryptic Clues
ACROSS
1. Erotic fixation: for instance, groper
grasped alien … (6)
4. … and stated strange fad about
tree and me (8)
9. Loving party circle (7)
11. Heads back stinking verse (7)
12. Perfect single trade (5)
13. We hear Finney and Diana got the
bird (9)
14. Service station in Gippsland town
offers bargains (6,4)
16. Arm Bobby! (4)
19. Reverse vapour and energy --
that’s wise … (4)
20. …like an owl, but can’t be trusted
(3-2-5)
22. Dog has a …a rider. Look around!
(5,4)
23. Hamburger steak affected walk (5)
25. A job in the drink for Peter,
perhaps … (7)
26. … but the business in the dry is
genuine (7)
27. Conjecture: the alternative is
English (8)
28. The Americans call it the absolute
bottom. Go up! (6)
DOWN
1. Bloody, as they say, big birds! (9)
2. Time to travel at random for
treasure hoard (5)
3. Small sack, but accidental overflow
(8)
5. Measure votes to cover up the
stench: Predators, perhaps, a lot
tougher than 10! (8,5)
6. Six in popular note of request (6)
7. Stranding – in Queensland,
obviously! (9)
8. Acts for the nice guy who went to
town in 2002 (5)
10. Good girl falls for every saint in
fabulous footwear (5,8)
15. Fix up and master part in rambling
statement (9)
17. R, the unhappy outcome (6,3)
18. Surprisingly, see no man in these
bloomers (8)
21. Less glossy substance (6)
22. Athlete finishing in the final is the
smallest (5)
24. Ice melting in the north east? It’s
relative (5)
Last week’s solution
Mungo’s Crossword first published
in The Week.
The Australian teams left the
Khanty-Mansiysk Olympiad with
no medals but satisfaction over a
difficult job completed.
Australia’s Open team, seeded
49th in a field of 148, finished as
predicted: =49th.
Remarkably, every Australian
Open player scored above 50 per
cent, with David Smerdon top
scoring for the team with 6/9.
Our Open team seemed to lose
momentum in the second half
of the tournament but veteran
Grandmaster Darryl Johansen
still had the energy to win the last
game to finish in Siberia – a 132
move marathon against a young
Nigerian opponent.
Australia’s Women’s team
finished better than their male
counterparts: a tie for 37th in a
field of 114, having been seeded
53rd.
After winning her final
three games Giang Nguyen top
scored for Australia with 6.5/10,
although Arianne Caoili’s 6/11
on first board was equally meri-
torious.
Australia’s Women’s team
struggled for consistency, and
their cause was not helped by
Biljana Dekic’s aversion to play-
ing against strong opponents.
This put extra pressure on the
Olympic debutantes Emma Guo
and Vaness Reid and had a crucial
effect in the final round pairing
against the young English team,
a match Australia lost 1-3. Had
Dekic played and the result been
reversed – a tough ask, though
possible – Australia would have
finished at a best-ever tie for 15th
place.
Playing on home soil, the
Russians were expected to
dominate the Khanty-Mansiysk
Olympiad, especially after ignor-
ing the rules and entering five
teams in the Open Olympiad.
However, a Russian loss to
Hungary handed the Ukraine a
chance to take the lead and, led
by Vassily Ivanchuk in sparkling
form, they never relinquished
their grip on the gold medal.
Remarkably, Russia’s gold
medal drought extends back to
2002; the perennial top seeds
seemingly unable to perform at
the world’s most important team
tournament.
However, the local fans did
have something to cheer about,
with Russia’s women breaking
through to win their first ever
team gold medals. (The USSR
Women’s team took many gold
medals but usually in a team
filled with Georgians.)
Russia’s rise has paralleled that
of the Kosintseva sisters, Tatiana
and Nadezhda, who dominated
the event and added to their team
gold medals with individual gold
on boards one and two respec-
tively.
Led by the Kosintsevas, Russia
won all eleven matches in the
Women’s Olympiad to finish well
clear of second placed China, in
whose team teenage superstar
Hou Yifan had a good but not
great Olympiad.
The diagrammed position shows Darryl
Johansen’s critical final round game after 128
moves and more than five hours play. Johansen,
playing Black against Charles Campbell, seems
to have come to a dead end, since 128 …
g3 129.hxg3 Nxg3 130.Nf2! is only a draw.
However summoning up his last reserves of
energy, Johansen found
128 …Nxe3!! 129.fxe3
129.Ng3 Nd1 130.Nh1 Nc3 131.Kf1 Ne2 132.Ke1
Kg2 would be a slower death.
129…g3! 130.Nxg3Kxg3131.Kf1Kf3132.
Ke1 Kxe3
and White resigned since he cannot prevent the
final Black pawn fromqueening.
Q Khanty-Mansiysk leading final scores: Open
Olympiad 1.Ukraine 19/22; 2.Russia 18;
=3.Israel, Hungary 17…=49. Australia 12.
Women’s Olympiad 1.Russia 22/22; 2.China
18; =3.Georgia, Cuba, USA, Poland, Azerbaijan,
Bulgaria 16…=37.Australia 12.
CHESS by Ian Rogers
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on the Sun, Saturn and Mercury in
easy-pleasy Libra, Venus retrogrades
in deepwater Scorpio for some learning
curves on the love road…
EARIES: This week ofers lessons in the afections sector, whether
that’s self value, appreciating others or just a general spring
cleanse of your love receptors. With October’s emphasis in
your house of teamwork, joint ventures, shared resources and
combined eforts, two heads are defnitely better than one.
FTAURUS: As personal, business and social relationships
come under the cosmic microscope for recalibrating terms of
general give and take, this week’s planetary salad recommends
clarifying what you want for yourself along with setting your
highest intentions for what you’d like to share with others.
GGEMINI: Feelings… everybody’s got them this week and even
Geminis could start behaving like emoticons. Should that
happen don’t clam up, press yes to Ebay buys you’ll regret or
entertain the usual escape fantasies. Just do what you do best -
talk about it. Sharing brings clarity.
HCANCER: Domestic pressures or ofce politics unsettling? Then
it’s time to meditate on Cancerian chronicler of the human
condition Michael Leunig’s take on life as a holiday on earth…
The personal planets are extending the olive branch to patch
up quarrels, repair friendships and reconcile diferences.
ILEO: If power struggles and control issues are up and running,
lion-tame those unruly emotions – it never pays to make
enemies. Buying luxury love substitutes probably won’t
work either with post-purchase rejection high during Venus
retrogrades. Be cool, review your options, remember your sense
of humour.
JVIRGO: If others are unreliable this week just deal with it,
because the only thing you can change is yourself. You do have
your own tiny faws, so take responsibility for the mood you
create – you’d prefer that afectionate rather than fractious and
frazzled, wouldn’t you?
K LIBRA: With the Sun, Saturn and Mercury all in Libra corner
everyone could be looking to you for the positive comment,
the equitable and stylish solution, the balanced perspective
and amusing view, giving you the chance to rack up some
impressive karmic credits this week.
LSCORPIO: Looks like you’ll need to look before you leap,
examine all angles, read the small print, ask questions, check
answers and verify warranties this week. And yes, other
people’s errors could be truly infuriating, but your fortune
cookie advises to forgo furious and channel charming.
M SAGITTARIUS: This week’s strife and spice whips up a
bonanza of lively interactions, plans and engagements.
Exhausting, because you’ll be the one maintaining an
optimistic light and plugging positive possibilities in the face
of conficting agendas, general pessimism and lowest common
denominationalist thinking. Factor in some rest.
NCAPRICORN: Don’t make the mistake of thinking nothing’s
going on in the emotional zone this week. There’s plenty,
but it’s up to you to fgure out what… Hard work, so reward
yourself by kicking up your heels under late week Capricorn
moon in a capricious, delicious caper.
OAQUARIUS: Earth signs have roots, Aquarians have aerials,
which at present are likely to be receiving messages from
distant friends or relatives. This week favours the arts: of
negotiation, compromise and creative adaptation, especially
when dealing with that one in every crowd who’s a prize pain in
the arts.
P PISCES: So what if you change your mind this week – a little
oscillation isn’t a federal ofence. It isn’t easy being multi-
faceted when your facets head in diferent directions. A heart
to heart talk about unfnished business will get some of them
working in synch this week.
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For over eight years Bangalow Pizza Company have
been creating mouth watering pizzas, using only
the freshest ingredients and fnest produce. With all
bases and sauces made instore only. A great place
to take the family. Four sizes of pizza to choose from.
Gourmet pizza menu, lasagne and salads. Serving
great cofee. Dine or take away. BYO available.
Bangalow Pizza Co
3/36 Byron St, Bangalow
Home delivery, dine in or
takeaway
6687 1271
BANGALOW
PIZZA CO
Welcome to Byron Bay’s premium dining experience.
Dish restaurant ofers you and your guests a fresh,
modern and original menu to
delight, excite and satisfy the palate
in a most beautiful and relaxed
atmosphere. Come and
see why we were awarded
a prestigous ‘hat’ in the smh
good food guide awards 2010.
Goat’s head soup
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The Orion Curry House has had top reviews by
international travel magazines as the great curry house
by the sea. The annual winner/fnalist of the Indian Award
of Excellence, the Orion is also producing the best cofee
by Segafredo, continental all day breakfast, lunch, curry
house dinner, and the mystical ambience to match. The
3am cocktail lounge and entertainment is
the highlight this summer. RSVP for private
functions in upstairs lounge is recommended.
Byron Orion
Curry House
All day cont. breakfast
7am-3pm, Curry House
dinner 5.30pm-11pm,
cocktail lounge till 3am
5/2 Jonson St, Byron Bay
6685 6828
Why do the locals choose Bohemia?
- ĞĀ.ăo regular conee before ć.āoam
- ĀoĈ on all breakfasts before ć.āoam everyday
- Pamous mumn and conee deal Ğă.ćo
- Roast dinner 7hursday and Sunday nights Ğ1Ā.ćc
- 8¥O. No corkage. No surcharge
See you at ßohemial
Bohemia
@ Byron
Where the locals eat
Shop :/ćă 1onson Street
(opp. Woolworths crossing)
Open 7 days
Dinner Thursday – Sunday
ĄĄĆc ććąć
st. eImo
Open 7 days
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Cnr Fletcher St and
Lawson Lane
6680 7426
(No reservatlons)
Dining in any mode. Share plates and bistro-style
main course meals from noon till late, seven days a
week. Fine original and classic cocktails and one of the
area’s most comprehensive wine lists always available
with many by the glass, with or without a meal. A
dining room and bar to call your own.
ĞĀā lunch speclal, changlng dally and lncludlng a glass
of wine or a beer and fresh bread.
Dish Restaurant
& Marvell Bar
Open 7 days from 5pm
Cnr Jonson St & Marvel St
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With only the freshest food and smiling service,
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with one of the greatest uninterrupted views along
the north coast. With a mud cake to die for, come
down and indulge.
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Take a scenic drive to Alstonville and experience the
'best new restaurant' ln the entlre reglon. Nestled
right the heart of historic Alstonville, il postino serves
fresh modern Italian food. The menu is a tempting
selection of dishes freshly prepared using quality local
ingredients. The specials menu changes regularly to
refect the freshest ingredients and the best seasonal
produce available.
SheIIy's on the
Beach
Open 7 days.
Shelly Beach Road,
East Ballina
ĄĄĆĄ ćĆĂĂ
il postino
café bar restaurant
86 Main Street, Alstonville
6628 3333
Open Breakfast & Lunch
Tues – Sun
Dinner Wed – Sat
N£W WIN7£R M£NU
Beach
Cafe
The Bruns Brasserie specialises in local produce,
fresh seafood and seasonal menu changes. Daily
selections include bangers and mash and grilled
snapper. Gourmet cofees and delicious desserts are
also available.
Lunch or group dinner bookings upon request.
Hotel Brunswick
Open daily
:oam - ćpm
Mullumbimbi St,
Brunswick Heads
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HOTEL
BRUNSWICK
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GOODTASTE
The Bangalow Dining Rooms at the Bangalow Hotel
produces great food using predominantly local
produce. The beautiful restaurant space on the high
verandah and intimate dining room hosts a modern
menu. In the hotel, enjoy our pub selection all day,
with reasonable prices and a wide range. The food
will appeal to all.
Bangalow Dining
Rooms
Bangalow Hotel
Open 7 days
Lunch: 12 – 3pm
Dlnner ă.āo - ćpm
Pub selection: from 12pm
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Awarded a Chefs Hat in the 2010 Sydney Morning
Herald Good Food Guide, a Highly Recommended
award from Gourmet Traveller Wine Āooć and a
star from the 2010 Courier Mail Queensland Food &
Wine Guide. Tetsuya trained Shannon Debreceny’s
European inspired cuisine is served as a seasonal
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Satiate
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Now ln lts twelth year Domlnlc's ls stlll onerlng great
food in a relaxed atmosphere. Open Wednesday
to Sunday from 5pm ofering daily specials, an
extensive wine list and all the menu favourites.
Come and dine in or grab some takeaway. Bookings
recomended.
Dominic's
Ristorante
Open Wed – Sun
from 5pm
Fingal St, Brunswick Heads
6685 1688
It was moist, shreddy, a little
gamey perhaps, tender and
quite distinctive and also quite
divine alongside the lush creamy
gnocchi speckled with herbs, the
saIty capers and the saIsa verde.
I was eating goat up at Bamboo, chef/
owner Greg Pieper’s elegant, oasis-like
restaurant in the Casuarina resort of Santai.
And I was loving every luscious mouthful.
Later Greg came out to chat, telling me
that he had cooked the goat long and slow,
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juniper berries. He had had goat on his
menu last year and no one was interested;
this year it has been running out the door
and in fact a wedding party booked for
the following evening had specifcally
requested it.
Which came as a surprise for Byron Bay chef
Jade Campbell-Scott of Cafe One One One
when I later related the story. Some years
previously he had ofered it on his menu
a few times – done Greek-style as a braise
after marinating it in yoghurt and lemon –
but the interest was never really there.
Perhaps the interest Greg is now
experiencing is to do, generally, with a
public ever more curious about food, better
educated, prepared to take risks. Even so,
goat meat recipes are few and far between
in the more popular food magazines like
‘Gourmet Traveller’ and ‘Delicious’ – which
itself suggests that eating goat is not yet
mainstream.
Why is it? At frst I decided it was that
emotional response many of us have to
eating animals employed as pets – rabbits
and horses spring to mind – or who have
faces too sweet to contemplate the cooking
and consuming of what is attached to
them. But then cows have the sweetest of
faces; lambs are positively adorable; ducks
are too cute to mention – so why without
a second thought do I blithely proceed to
devour them with glee?
The goats Greg has on his current menu
are Yarrabee Boers and they come from
one of the largest and most established
studs in Queensland, located on the Darling
Downs. Boer goats, as the name suggests,
originated in South Africa in the early 1900s
when farmers began to select their goats
for meat qualities. It is in fact the only goat
breed that has been specifcally bred for
meat and it is recognised as the world’s
premium meat goat. (The word ‘boer’
means ‘farmer’ in Afrikaans.) These goats
were frst introduced into Australia in the
1990s; Australia is now the largest exporter
of goat meat and live goats in the world.
As a source of low-fat nutrition, goat meat
is magnifcent. It is as lean as chicken.
However, precisely due to its natural lean-
ness, there are two important rules for
cooking it: namely to cook it slowly (at a low
temperature) and to cook it with moisture.
Thyme, olive oil, citrus and both red and
white wines lend themselves beautifully to
the meat. There are two types – capretto
(Italian for kid goat), which is meat from
very young milk-fed goats between four
and eight weeks of age, and Chevon which
is the meat from heavier goats who are six
to 18 months old. And it is often said that
the former resembles spring lamb in favour,
whereas the latter is more like venison.
The cuts are all very similar to lamb – leg,
rump, rack, shoulder and diced. Wholly
Smoked Butchery in Byron Bay occasionally
has goat meat in stock, and the stunning
new Howard’s Butchery and Deli in Lismore
has it too, so next time you feel the stirrings
of culinary adventurousness, give it a go!
Drawing the line, perhaps, at goat’s head
soup.
Sip your margarita in our casual covered garden and
enjoy the fresh clean favours of Mexico. Everything
home made. Always tasty Not Splcy Hot. Sample some
of our house salsas, such as smokey chipotle or fery
habanera. We have a great selection of Tequilas, imported
beers and wine.
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Cnr. Tweed & Fawcett St.
Brunswick Heads
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Billinudgel Village
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For over 15 years Billi’s Thai has re-created the
traditional taste of Thailand in Billinudgel. Ofering
an extensive menu, scrumptious desserts, specials
board, and western style kids menu. The whole
family will enjoy the relaxed village atmosphere from
the covered verandah or inside dining area. Be part
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36 October 12, 2010 Te Byron Shire Echo www.echo.com.au
Newly renovated ‘The Deck’ has been transformed
into a modern and laid back venue, complete with
lounge and deck dining options, not to mention one
of the most picturesque settings around. Can’t wait
to see you at The Deck at Byron.
The Deck
Byron Bay Golf Club
Lunch: Tues-Sat
11am-2.30pm
Dinner: Wed-Sat
5.30pm-9pm
6685 6470
Beachside
breakfast, lunch
and dinner right
in the heart of
town overlooking
Main Beach,
Byron Bay’
Beach Kitchen
Open 8am till late
At the Beach Hotel,
Bay St, Byron Bay
6685 6402
www.beachhotel.com.au
The original Earth ‘n’ Sea Pizza and Pasta has been a
part of Byron Bay since 1976. Their basic philosophy is
to buy the best produce locally and making the food
from scratch. This family restaurant ofers great service
in a friendly environment. The menu not only has 22
diferent pizzas it also has great pastas and salads as
well as gluten free options. And when you dine at
Earth ‘n’ Sea you get free underground parking.
Earth ‘n‘ Sea
Pizza and Pasta
Open every day for lunch and
dinner. 12pm-2.30pm& 5pm.
(no surcharge Sundays).
Newlocation: Cnr Fletcher &
Byron Sts. Byron Bay.
ww.earthnsea.com.au
6685 6029
Our 60 seat al fresco dining room overlooking
the ocean has a reputation as the best dining
in the region! We use the freshest local produce
and seafood combined with the exquisite mix of
Australian and modern Italian favours.
Beautifully cooked and stylishly presented – we spare
no expense in sourcing quality produce.
“What do a Colombian, a Bulgarian and a
Laosythainese have in common? Traditional Thai!
Setup by a Heng, cooked by a Verano, served by
a Pavlova. We can be found in the Asian end of
Fletcher St, just seconds away from the beach. Dine
in the warm colourful atmosphere of our restaurant
or take away. Banquet menus ideal for functions and
private catering also available.
Rae’s on Watego’s
Lunch and Dinner 7 days
Watego’s Beach, Byron Bay
6685 5366
Bayside
Traditional Thai
Open for dinner
7 nights a week
5:30pm - 9:30pm
5/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
6685 5151
Sophisticated blend of favours and textures with an
ever changing menu, for breakfast lunch or dinner
and tapas all day.
Matched by an exciting wine list and arguably
the best cocktails in town, your taste buds will be
tantalised and so will your eyes as you look over the
streets of Byron and enjoy the eclectic vibe of The
Balcony.
The Balcony
Breakfast, lunch & sunset
balcony dining
Cnr Jonson St &
Lawson St, Byron Bay
6680 9666
www.balcony.com.au
Fresh is...
Byron’s BEST location
Modern seasonal menu
Organic & local produce
Award winning Campos cofee
Cakes made onsite
Fresh
Open 7 days 7am-11pm
7 Jonson St (beach end),
Byron Bay
Licensed & BYO
6685 7810
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Why Not! start your day with the best cup of cofee in
Byron Bay. Why Not! Enjoy lunch using free wireless
watching Byron life pass by. Why Not! Relax into some
fantastic cocktails at the bar. Why Not! Indulge in our
weekly changing dinner menu with daily specials.
Why Not! Because you can. Bon appétit! Jonson Street,
Byron Bay. www.whynotbyronbay.com.au
6680 7994
WhyNot!
Breakfast/Lunch
7 days from 6am
Cocktails & Dinner
Wednesday to Sunday
Wednesday food & wine
matching dinner – 2 courses $30
Thursday farmers market dinner
Ā courses Ğāo - ā courses ĞĂo
The Fig Tree is perfectly positioned with commanding
views over the Pacifc Ocean and Byron Bay. Opened
in 1981 it has been the bench mark in highlighting
Byron Bay’s fantastic local produce. Chefs/owners Jules
& Ché have travelled the world extensively sourcing
inspiration for their dishes. Bring a bottle of wine and
enjoy what is agreeably one of Byron Bay’s most iconic
dining experiences. www.fgtreerestaurant.com.au
Fig Tree
Restaurant
Dinner Thurs - Sat
Lunch Fri - Sun
Thursday Farmers Market dinner
2 courses $30
ā courses ĞĂă
6 course Tasting menu $65
A la carte - byo
6684 7273
Winner of the favourite Japanese restaurant
all over Australia in the I Love Food
Competition. Eat in or takeaway. Licensed.
Open 7 days 11am till late. Get 20% of at
Dendy Cinema. O-Sushi is a modern Japanese
restaurant guided by a philosophy that incorporates
traditional values of providing the best possible service
combined with fresh wholesome food. Live music every
Wednesday.
O-Sushi
Byron Bay
– Woolies Plaza, Jonson St
02 6685 7103
Coolangatta
– Showcase on the Beach
07 5536 5455
www.osushi.com.au
The only exclusively Vietnamese restaurant in town,
this intimate space spilling out into a courtyard ofers
up fabulous dishes packed full of herbs, spices and
varied textures. The traditionally light and healthy
style of cuisine ensures the freshness and natural
tastes of food are preserved as much as possible. It’s
a popular spot so bookings are recommended.
Lemongrass
Open Monday – Saturday
5pm-9pm
Shop 3/17 Lawson Arcade
Phone orders welcome
6680 8443
Fully Licensed Restaurant – Bar – Functions
Stroll along Main Beach to Belongil
Devour our woodfred pizzas, a la carte meals and lush
cocktails
Enjoy our funky garden bar and casual atmosphere
Listen to live music and DJs Friday – Sunday
Treehouse on
Belongil
25 Childe St, Byron Bay
Open Monday-Sunday
7am-11pm
6680 9452
‘An iconic Byron dining experience, Fishheads serves
fresh seafood on the main beach, dine in or takeaway
seven days a week. The Fishheads Ultimate Seafood
Platter is our signature dish and perfect for sharing
between two. (BYO) Fishheads is also located in
Bangalow (licensed) at the top of the town.’
Fishheads
Open seven days,
7.30am-11.30pm
Byron Bay – 1 Jonson St
6680 7632
Bangalow – 2 Byron St
6687 2883
After Paris, Lyon and Melbourne, French chef Igor Persan is
bringing authentic traditional French cuisine to Byron Bay.
With French staf, French food, afordable French wine list and
Belgian beers and incomparable Parisian hostess, Chauby
will take you on a journey to France.
Vegetarian and gluten-free friendly,
parties and functions welcome, gift
vouchers, children welcome. Check
our regularly updated website:
www.thepetitsnail.com.au.
The Petit Snail
Open Wed-Sat
6.30pm till late
Live Jazz on Thursdays
Accordion on Fridays
Fully licensed.
Bookings essential
6685 8526
Set within the stunning rainforest of the multi-award
winning Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. Serving
innovative seasonal fare based on the freshest local
produce from head chef Gavin Hughes.
Awarded a Star in the 2010 Courier Mail Queensland
Food & Wine Guide.
The Restaurant
at the Byron at
Byron
Lunch and dinner 7 days
Broken Head Road
Byron Bay
6639 2111
Chef Tippy Heng is back at the Orient Express eatery
having just completed his culinary tour of Asia, Tippy
has brought back a collection of exciting new dishes
from China, Tibet, Laos and Thailand. These dishes
will be fltering into the specials selection and the
new Winter menu so if a little smoke and spice is
your taste - Now is the time to head down to The
Orient Express.
Orient Express
Open 7 nights from 5.30pm
Yum Cha – Fri, Sat, Sun
11.30am-3.00pm
1/2 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
6680 8808
www.theorientexpresseatery.
com.au
Italian at the Pacifc provides a bustling atmospheric
restaurant, dishing up contemporary inspired Italian
cuisine. We’re introducing an exciting menu of taste
plates, antipasti, fresh pastas and main dishes. With
our new Ocean View Bar, we ensure all our guests
have the opportunity to enjoy some of Byron’s fnest
cocktails and wine.
Italian at the Pacifc
Open seven days
Ăpm to late
Next to the Beach Hotel,
Bay Street
6680 7055
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- MyTaste Website
Once you get past the beaches and
the high-rises, the hinterland of the
Gold Coast ofers rich wining and
dining experiences. Motor through
rainforest and into countryside rich
with vineyards, boutique wineries and
associated dining treats.
According to Queensland Vineyards (www.
queenslandvineyards.com),the Gold Coast
Hinterland Wine Country is ‘one of the
fastest growing wine regions in Queensland,
encompassing the cooler climate of Mt
Tamborine and Springbrook, through to the
milder climates of Albert River and Canungra
Valley; the region allows a diverse range of
grape varieties to be grown. These range
from plantings of Verdelho, Chambourcin and
Semillon, through to Merlot, Cabernet Franc,
Shiraz and Chardonnay.
‘Many of the cellar doors ofer superb
restaurants, cheese tastings, gourmet picnics
and winery and vineyard tours. Group tours
are welcome, as are individual travellers who
are looking for an escape from the stress of
city living.’
Below are two you might like to visit:
O’REILLY’S CANUNGRA VALLEY VINEYARDS
– ‘one of the premium boutique cellar doors
in South East Queensland. Located in the
peaceful Canungra Valley, in the Gold Coast
Hinterland, we are a scenic 60 minute drive
south of Brisbane and 35 minutes’ drive
west of the Gold Coast. This area is one of
Queensland’s newly emerging wine growing
regions. Canungra Valley soil is well suited
to grapes, as the rich river loam has been
built up over centuries by the fooding creek
and a naturally occuring layer of gravel a
metre under the surface allows for excellent
drainage.
‘Eight of the ffteen acres of land belonging
to the Vineyard are “under vine”, consisting
of 4,000 vines of primarily Chambourcin and
Semillon grape.
‘Chambourcin is a subtropical grape variety
that is ideally suited to our climate here
in South East Queensland. Chambourcin
produces good-quality, ruby-colored
wines that have a reasonably full, slightly
herbaceous favour and aroma. This grape is
used to produce our lush sparkling red, still
red wine and port.
‘Semillon is a white wine variety often grown
in the Hunter Valley. This grape variety makes
a dry, grassy style of white wine. The crop is
harvested in February, before the tradtional
wet season. The semillon grapes turn from a
pale green colour to a golden yellow before
ripening.
– www.oreillys.com.au/cvv
THUMMS WINERY – ‘The Thumm family has
been involved in viticulture and winemaking
for over three hundred years, originally in the
Neckar Valley, a tributary to the Rhine in one
of the most delightful wine producing regions
of Germany.
‘History saw an extension of the family
tradition due to the tumultuous religious
wars. New settlements were established in the
rich and fertile southern Caucasus in Russia.
Here, a substantial winery and distillery
development extended the family experience
within the industry. Human upheaval once
again sourced natural extension of the family
with the immigration of H Thumm.
‘He brought his colourful family traditions
with him when he emigrated to Australia
in 1946. Almost immediately he found the
ideal site to begin his new winery: the ruins
of a historic four mill dating from the 1870s
situated at the junction of two streams and
surrounded by majestic gum trees. This
was the perfect base for H Thumm to forge
his life’s dream: a winery/chateau complex
reminiscent of the old country.
‘He named the winery “Yaldara”, an Aboriginal
word meaning “sparkling”. This is a very
ftting name as Chateau Yaldara has become
renowned for its champagnes and sparkling
wines.
‘In 1947 wine production in Australia was still
concentrated on ports, sherries and muscats
so Chateau Yaldara extended its range to
include fne vintages of red and white wines
in the traditional European style.
– www.thummestate.com/winery.html
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Open seven days a week from 8am. All day breakfast
available on weekends and until 1pm weekdays. Lunch
served noon to 3pm. Licensed with great beer, wine
and cocktail lists. Fabulous courtyard, undercover
dining, lounge and bar areas with free wireless internet
throughout. Great cofee, food and music served up
daily!
Poinciana
Food Bar Cafe Music
55 Station St,
Mullumbimby
6684 4036
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Artisan pizzas hand crafted on the premises using the
freshest local produce and the best of traditional and
modern styles. Selection of fat breads. Large range
of vegetarian pizzas and pastas. Gluten-free base
available.
Pizza Paradiso
Takeaway, dine in and
home delivery
BYO
Open 7 days from 5pm
Sufolk Park Shopping
Centre
6685 3101
Byron Health Foods Distribution was established in
1993 and has been supplying supermarkets/cafes/
restaurants/and manufacturers north to Brisbane and
south to Evans Head with a large range of products.
Our products include the ultra smooth Georges’
Yoghurt, Turkish bread, Asian products, soy products,
frozen foods, and spices. Bulk purchase discounts
available. Contact us now for stocktake specials.
Byron Health
Foods Distribution
Open: Mon-Fri 8am-3pm
1/77 Centennial Circuit,
Byron Bay
Phone: 6685 5188
Fax: 6685 6670
www.byronhealthfoods.comau
Don’t know your hampe from your araignee, your bavette
from your poire, or your entrecote from your plat de cotes?
Well, they’re all very good cuts of beef – but we use only the
fnest local eye fllet to go with our handcut fries, choice of
sauce and salad. Throw in a dessert and you’ve got the best
value for $29 that you’ll fnd anywhere on the planet.
Now where can you get that? Only with Rudolph and Pascale
at Che Bon. www.chebonrestaurant.com. Reviewed and
recommended by the SMH Good Food Guide 2011.
Ché Bon
Breakfast Sun 8am
Dinner Wed-Sat 6pm
Sunday Lunch 12pm
The Old Church Tintenbar
6687 8221
Luscious Foods aim to provide the freshest, frst class
quality handmade food for your event. Whether your
function is a cocktail party, wedding, conference,
picnic or intimate, Luscious is here to help create
delicious menus to suit your tastes and budget. All
products are handmade using fresh local produce,
organic where possible, with an extensive range of
global cuisine.
Cafe: First and only café in the shire to ofer quality
organic cofee and organic milk! Delicious brekkies,
lunches and house baked pastries served by a friendly,
professional team. Resto: Late afternoon – share a drink
with something to taste. Evening – dine in our warm,
stylish, open interior. French chef Bruno passionately
innovates French Mediterranean bistro style food using
high quality produce. SMH 2011 Good Food Guide
Reviewed and Top 10 Sustainable Restaurants
La Table
72 & 72a Burringbar St,
Mullumbimby
Cafe: 6684 2220
Mon-Fri 8-4, Sat 9-2
Restaurant: 6684 2227
Wed-Sat from 4pm
www.latable.com.au
A uniquely Byron uniquely Asian Emporium with
everything you need for cooking Asian food – from
Korea and Japan though China, Vietnam, Malaysia,
Indonesia, Thailand, India and even into the Middle
East. Spices and rices, groceries, fne teas and
teapots, Yum Cha dumplings ready to eat in the store
or frozen to take home, fresh noodles and tofu PLUS
gorgeous exotic gifts, homewares and furniture.
Red Ginger
Byron Bay: Jonson St
(opp. Dendy Byron Bay)
6680 9779
Bangalow: Byron St
(behind Aurora)
6687 2808

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Experience an intimate cooking class
with international celebrity chef
Steven Snow.
Themed–
‘FINS DINNER PARTY FAVOURITES’
Wed 13th October, 2010 11am-2pm
$109 per person
(lunch and wine included) Bookings essential
Fins
Salt Village, Kingsclif
02 6674 4833
dining@fns.com.au
Dinner 7 days
Lunch Fri, Sat & Sun
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Just a short stroll along Pacifc Parade to the quieter
end of town is Lennox Head’s popular Seven Mile
Café. New owners, Lisa and Tony Bundock invite you
to sate your appetite with delicious food and wine,
fresh sea air and the sound of waves rolling in. And
with eye-popping views of the pacifc from every
table, The Seven Mile café is a feast for the senses.
Seven Mile Café
Licensed
BYO (Bottled Wine)
41 Pacifc Parade
Lennox Head
6687 6210
www.sevenmilecafe.com.au

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The ‘Yum Yum Tree’ was a traditional meeting place
for the frst Australians of our area. A place to take
sustenance, and catch up with old and new friends.
Come notice the extra fare, enthusiasm and personal
touch of the Yum Yum Tree Café team, a collection of
professional, down to earth people, enjoying their day
serving you the tastiest meals and drinks.
www.yumyumtreecafe.com.au
Yum Yum Tree Café
Breakfast & Lunch
Mon- Thurs 8.30am - 2pm
Fri Sun 8am - 2.30pm
Dinner
Fri & Sat from 6pm
6680 3368
50 River St, New Brighton
Spice It Up
Thai Restaurant
Open 5 days.
Open Wednesday-Sunday
ăpm - Dlne-ln or Takeaway
6684 2273
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FOR THE LOVE
OF THAI FOOD!
The local lads at Jordan’s Breads and Pastries
make a hearty range of artisan breads including
organic sourdough, hand moulded and rustic styles
produced using traditional methods, as well as pies,
pastry and croissants. Jordan’s deliver on Tuesdays,
Thursdays and Saturdays, supplying retail, cafes and
restaurants north to Southport and south to Cofs
Harbour. Make an order and taste the diference.
Jordan’s
Unit 4, 8 Smith St,
Mullumbimby
6684 1919
www.jordanspastry.com.au
We stock quality cookware, kitchenware, tableware,
glassware, chefs clothing and a broad range of cleaning
solutions including green and septic safe products
and specialty chemicals for food service and general
industry. We stock a complete range of matting for
industry, hospitality and home at great prices. If you are
a restaurant, small business, accommodation property
or person who takes food and cooking seriously we have
what you need.
Hospitality
Choice
Unit 4/17 Tasman Way
Byron Arts + Industry Est.
6685 8688
Warehouse hours:
10am – 3pm
Sol Breads
We deliver breads and cakes
to local cafes, restaurants
and retail outlets 5 days per
week – Mon, Tues, Thurs, Fri
and Sat.
6680 8049
info@solbreadsnthnsw.com.au
www.solbreads.com.au
At SOL Breads we believe in producing the healthiest
and most delicious breads you can buy. Our skilled
bakers use age old recipes and techniques to create
hand made organic sourdoughs, wheat alternative
sourdoughs and also gluten free breads. All our
breads are CERTIFIED organic, 100% natural, free
from bakers yeast and taste delicious. When quality
and taste counts, choose SOL Breads.
Luscious Foods
1/6 Tasman Way, Byron
Arts & Industry Estate
6680 8228
lusciousfoods@bigpond.com
Blackboard
at the Beach
Breakfast & lunch Wed-Sun
6687 4333
www.blackboard.net.au
Recommended in the Sydney Morning Herald Good
Food Guide 2011, this cruisy café is in Lennox Head’s
best location away from the hustle and bustle, with
beautiful ocean views. Walk straight in from the
beach to enjoy the superb café fare on ofer for
breakfast and lunch.
The Aztec
Byron Bay
32 Lawson Street,
Ph. 02 6680 8198
LICENSED MEXICAN
RESTAURANT
NOW OPEN 7 days
Lunch & Dinner
All the favourites Nachos, Enchiladas, Burritos etc
extensive vegetarian options. OPENING SPECIALS:
½ price lunch MONDAY TO FRIDAY Main Menu #1-#33
TWO UP TUESDAY – Buy one main meal and receive a
second Main meal for Free from 5.30pm
$20.00 Group Bookings Menu for bookings of 15 or more
Takeways and Childrens Menu available.  Conditions Apply.
THE ORIGINAL FLAVOURS OF MEXICO.
Authentic Thai chefs
will tantilise your taste
buds with superb
traditional Thai cuisine.
Well priced and
popular with the locals.
Fully licenced and
delicious cocktails.
Thai@Byron
Open for dinner 7 days.
$9.90 lunch Thursday
Feros Arcade, Jonson St,
Byron Bay
6685 6737
Muoi’s Feast has created a strong following since
opening in 2003. Winning numerous awards for its
international cuisine, the Asian section of the menu is
the predominant favourite. Enjoy for lunch or dinner.
Muoi’s Feast
Lunch: Tues-Sat
Dinner: Mon-Sat
11 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
Bookings Essential
6685 7557
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FRESH LOCAL FOOD
A website – www.sustainfood.com.au – providing access to and awareness of fresh local
food has just been launched. An initiative of the Northern Rivers Food Links project in
partnership with Sustain Northern Rivers (a collaboration of key regional organisations
taking initiatives on climate change) and Northern Rivers Food (an industry
collaboration of local growers and food producers), it is bound to give a big boost to
local food production, distribution and consumption, and will enhance community food
knowledge and healthy lifestyles. One of its key features is a Northern Rivers produce
list where you can click on a listed food and fnd out who grows it and where to fnd
it. Website users will also be able to access local food recipes and pick up great tips on
growing your own food or simply keep up to date with local food news and events.
SLOW FOOD LUNCH
This Sunday, October 17, Sandbar at Shaws Bay, Ballina, is hosting a 100-Mile Slow Food
lunch. All local produce sourced within 100 miles of the venue will be transformed into
beautiful dishes by chef/owner Nicolas Gomez. Cost is $65 per head for four courses and
the lunch commences at 1 pm. Bookings are essential on 6686 6602.
COFFEE ON THE GO
Ex-cofee roaster for Byron Bay Cofee Company Bertrand Pommier started up his own
mobile cofee service about a year ago. Called ‘Cafe Creme Mobile Espresso’, it doubles
as a barista training business and operates during the week delivering cofees to ofces
in the Byron industrial estate. Bertrand is a fourth generation cofee roaster from France
who ofers a door-to-door service from his fully equipped and self-contained cofee van.
In addition he makes his van available to be booked for special events, concerts, fetes
and fairs or ‘anything where people need cofee’. His very glamorous website is
www.cafecrememobile.com.au and he can be contacted on 0401 026 013.
Small enough for personal care, large enough to ofer
competitive prices. Santos has been supplying high
quality biodynamic, organic, natural foods, and healthy
products since 1975. We continue our commitment to
sourcing as locally as possible. Santos is the home of
Rainfed Rice–zero irrigation, certifed biodynamic, as
local as you can get, and the most delicious rice you’re
likely to fnd. Visit rainfedrice.com.au for more info, or
visit our online store at santostrading.com.au. Eat well.
Santos Trading
Warehouse
Mon-Thurs 9 to 5
Fridays 9 to 4
OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
3/7 Brigantine Street,
Byron Arts & Industry Park
(02) 6685 5685
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Blood spilt for the cause in epic playground test
John Campbell
DS Sheffield was the kid at
my school who ran the fast-
est, scored the most tries in the
footy and went head to head
with Andros Kaladelfos, who
couldn’t speak English, for the
wooden spoon in reading and
writing.
As a batsman in the IVA
Richards mould, he was less
stylish than brutally efective in
our playground test matches,
and his appetite for my bowling
was insatiable. Shefeld’s favou-
rite shot was a slog over extra-
cover. If he got onto it with
more than his usual venom,
he’d send the ball sailing across
Unwins Bridge Road and into
the yard of Tempe Boys’ High,
where it would be lost forever
– those bastards never gave us
one back.
Hatless under a blazing sun,
toiling away on a blistering
asphalt deck, I’d been copping
my usual pasting. As the play-
ground’s frst leg-spinner since
RB Simpson (it’s a toss up as to
who is Tempe Primary’s most
famous son – Simmo or Col
Joye. Both born in 1936, they
would have been in the same
class.), my stock delivery was a
long hop, which I varied with
wides, full tosses and no balls.
In that lunchtime of golden
memory, I sent one down the
likes of which I would not see
again until SK Warne, with his
frst ball in an England test, be-
dazzled the Pommie captain,
MW Gatting.
It wobbled in the air, mes-
merizing DS Shefeld, before
pitching just outside leg-stump
and ripping back to clip the of-
bail (actually, it was the top lef
hand edge of the garbage bin).
Nobody could believe it, least
of all my victim. He glared at
me with murder in his heart as
he made his departure.
Flushed with my historic
success, I called LJ Creek in
from the outer and asked him
to stand at silly mid-on. Creek
was less than gruntled at the
field alteration, but with the
master blaster gone his reaction
was not as mutinous as it would
otherwise have been.
What neither of us knew was
that Shefeld, as he stormed of
centre stage, had run his hand
through his oily rocker’s hair
then transferred a glob of Bryl-
creme onto the taped handle of
the bat that he gave to the next
man in, FP Haines.
Haines blocked my frst de-
livery with undue caution, saw
that my dismissal of Shefeld
was, indeed, an aberration, and
opted for all-out attack.
He stepped down the wicket,
as in that famous picture of Vic-
tor Trumper, and failed wildly
at the full toss that was wafing
harmlessly towards him.
As he did, the bat greas-
ily slid from his grip and few
with ghastly speed and accu-
racy towards Creek. And you
know how people say that car
accidents seem like they’re hap-
pening in slo-mo? Well from
the bowler’s end that’s exactly
how it was. The flight of the
bat from FP Haines’s hands
into LJ Creek’s forehead flled a
brief, poetic eternity. Te thud
on impact was sickening. My
silly mid-on went down for the
count.
We dragged him to his feet,
blood gushing from the wound.
No less immortal than Nelson’s
‘kiss me Hardy’ was Creek’s ‘I
wanna fucken go home.’
The game resumed after
Mr Prendergast took him of
to Marrickville Hospital to
have his forehead sown back
together.
With LJ Creek in the tender
care of Nurse Ratchett, I vol-
unteered to open our innings.
Naturally, DS Shefeld took the
new tennis ball and, seeing me
at the wicket, counted out the
steps of his long run-up. Tis
would ordinarily have put the
fear of God up me, but some-
thing had changed forever with
my earlier humbling of our bête
noir. Fluke or not, I had his
measure.
In he ran. I gritted my teeth,
eager for the challenge, deter-
mined to show him that I would
not be dislodged cheaply.
Shefeld’s action was as ko-
sher as CC Grifth’s, but no-
way was he going to be called.
He arrived at the crease all fre
and brimstone, overstepped the
mark and hurled the ball with
phenomenal pace. I never took
my eye of it, visualising it rac-
ing past mid-of afer I’d smote
it with a classic drive. My shot
selection was perfect and my
execution text book, the only
trouble was that it was done
afer the event – the ball ham-
mered the garbage bin with an
echoing ding and DS Shefeld
gave me a GD McGrath gobful
as I trudged of, another golden
duck added to my annals.
LJ Creek returned a few
days later to a hero’s welcome
(none of us had seen a stitched
head before) but refused point
blank to feld anywhere closer
to the bat than long-on, while I
worked fruitlessly at reproduc-
ing that freakish leg-break, my
dream of playing for Australia
fading with every scorching
summer.
The First Test In Egypt, 2000 BC
SPORT RESULTS
ANGLING
Brunswick Heads
Winner of Sept outing M Hardy with 90
pts of tailor and salmon. Ladies winner
Marg Fredericks.  Pres Shield family outing
& BBQ camp at Ferry Reserve on Saturday
6th November.   Names req’d for catering
on 66805108.    Next club outing 3pm Sat
23rd October weigh in 9am 24th.
BRIDGE
BrunswickValley Bridge
27/9/10 – N/S 1st gross & 2nd net D.Gall/M.
Homfray, 2nd gross & 1st net A.Gray/D.
Dare.
E/W 1st gross & net P.Witts & W.Keyte, 2nd
gross & net M.Clark/K.Nelmes
4/10/10 – N/S 1st Gross & net P.Keyte/E.
Sherry, 2nd Gross & net D.Dare/A.Gray
E/W 1st gross & 2nd net T.Reynolds/E.Hol-
lick,  2nd Gross M.Clark/K.Nelmes, 2nd net
B.Stephens/M.Hosie
9/10/10 – N/S 1st net & gross A.. & B. Gib-
son, 2nd gross M.Solway/E.Sherr, 2nd net
R.Fox/I.Homfray
E/W 1st Gross & net G.Falson/J. Selleck, 2nd
gross & net A.Gray/J.Whyte
OceanShores
06/10:    7 Table Mitchell  with Skip  . N-S:1st
gross:J Selleck/B Simons;2nd gross:M
Boyle/M Clark.E-W:1st gross:P Quirke/P
Sullivan;2nd gross:K Porter/J Gasteen.We
meet @ Ocean Shores Country Club every
Wed. evening.  Be seated by 6:15pm. No
partner required.All welcome.Enquiries:P
Sullivan 66803871 or Club ofce.
BOWLS
Brunswick Heads Men
Results week ending 10th October,
Wednesday 6/10 – self selected triples
1st J. Taylor, B. Sweeney, D. Taylor
2nd E. Boyter, R. Hosie, R. Roberts
3rd R. Keogh, G. Rendell
Cock of the Walk
D. Carbines –D- G. Rendell
Minor Singles Championships
M. Lofty 31, J. Winter 24
Lennox Heads Men
Tuesday 5th October; Self Selected Triples;
Winners: B Edwards, J Adams, G Hefernan
21 d B McRae, C Skennar, D Gregor 16;
Runners-up: R Orme, M Knott, F Dood 15
(11 ends)d I Whitehall, B Murray, G Carter
15 (7 ends);
M Berger, L Chaseling, B Harrington 17 d G
Hayes, E Burgess, J Bowen 16;
D Lewis, K Foster, R Sullivan 23 d B Gregory,
J Lowry, R Reid 15;
J Smith, J Robinson, I Kemp 22 d F Allcoat,
P Wilson, C Ulrick 13;
J Dudgeon, M Daley 29 d H Burgess, F
Somerville 17;
D Gregor, G Hefernan 31 d E Reid, P Brin-
ing 9; J Turner, M Battese 29 d G Carter, M
Knott 16; J Brook, G Brook 28 d M Berger,
B Saric 20; M Hannaway, R Reid 24 d B Sul-
livan, R Sullivan 16;
Lennox HeadWomen
Wednesday 29 September 2010
Major/Minor Pairs Competition
E. Steele, J.Burgess (winning rink) 28 d
N Holmes, F Somerville 12. J Fogarty, O
Stobart (r/up) 15 d J McRae, S Skennar 14.
S Grady, M Battese 32 d J Brook, A Hum-
phries 9
Social:
M Hanaway, M Hadler 19 d E Reid, R Hef-
fernan 14. L Quinn, S Nicol, P Brining 26 d R
Sparre, F McCarthy, M Gregor 15. B Turner,
H Burgess, E Astley, G Martin 26 d C Law-
less, N Harwood, D Martin, A Dunger 15.
Mullumbimby Ex Services Men
September 29
N.James,P.Jones,M.Thorne 26 J.Oski,M.
Johnston,F.Buckley 12. A.Pyzer,T.
Johnston,P.McDonald,22  T.Fenwick,J.
Estreich,B.Gibson 15. A.Werner,B.
NeateL.Henry 24 L.Boyter,T.Riches,S.
Purdie 21 D.Kidby,L.Christian,J.McKay 23.
J.Morgan,D.Blake,R.Philps 22.
6th OCTOBER
R. Kidby, N. Newton, T. Johnston 22.
D. Otter y, G. Wool l ey, M. Thorne 8.
S.Ridgewell,S.Purdie,T.Fenwick 22. R.Day,D.
Blake,P.McDonald 19. B.Gbson,J.Oski,J.
McKay 27. L.Boyter,J.Canabou,L.Henry 18.
B.Ball,M.Johnston,P.Jones 19, T.Riches,R.
Marriott,B.Rose 18.
Mied Fours
J.Lee,J.Canabou,G.Henry, l.Henry 20,
E.Jones,J.Graham,T.Johnston,P.Jones 11
R.Fenwick,B.Reglin,J.Towner,T.Fenwick
24,R.Thompson,B.Rose, B.Croft,J.McKay 8
L.Henry’s team play T.Fenwick’s Saturday
16th
OceanShores Ladies
Wed 6 Oct.Social: E Carroll, D Grant, J Best
(Winner secret margin) d P
Hems, B Paine, W Sprengel; J Williams/ J
Seamer (Runner-up) d L Wright/
M Bertoli; J Bartlett/ K Gillard d H Best/
M Flesser.
OceanShores Men
WED 6/10/10 STABLEFORD
WIN R Goodacre 41pts. C/B
R/up. M Appel 41pts.
3rd. T Johnston 38pts.
DARTS
BrunswickValley Darts
Fumbles 3 Workaholics 8 MHS J Peachey
100, MHP J Peachey 57, LHS L Boorman 133,
LHP E Redden 28. MHS R Godwin, T Garrett
132, MHP C Scott 28, LHS K Purcell 100, LHP
K Purcell 46.  Of the Board 9 Workers 2
MHS P Johnson Snr 140, MHP P Johnson
Snr 74, LHS K Dobson 79, LHP C Denholm
18. MHS P Sheafe 125, MHP P Sheafe 84,
LHS M Dare 174.
On Wednesday we start the fnal series
Workaholics v Fumbles, Workers v Of the
Board. 
On Sunday BVDC travelled to Sherwood
Services Club where 19 of our  players
played an excellent game of darts BVDC
went down to Sherwood Services in a
thrilling day of competition. 
GOLF
OceanShores Men’s Veterans
Thursday,  07/10:  4BBB Stableford.  54
Starters. 1st: Rob Goodacre & Tom Clark
4pts;  2nd: Nick Comer & Barney Devlin 46
c/b. NTP: 3rd: Rob Goodacre; 8th: Michel
Boyle; 17th: Ken Lange. The Captain’s Go-
rilla Award: H/C 0-19: Alan Thompson; H/C
20+: Michel Boyle. Balls to 43. The Jimmy
Price scrubbers ball: Noel O’Brien & Kevin
Dean.  
TABLETENNIS
Singles competition: Chris Strybos, Bob
Cawthorne and Mark Smith.  The doubles
competition was won by Chris  &  Mark
(-10) 2-0 over Alice & Bob.
All welcome, play is at the Mullumbimby
Tennis Clubhouse, Byron Street Mullum-
bimby,  thursday evening 6.30pm start. 
Also, build on your skills with our new ta-
ble tennis robot.  Enquiries phone Mark 04
09 47 35 17 or Chris 6684 1468.
TENNIS
Mullumbimby
Thursday Mixed Comp. 7th Oct. Banksia 35
d Palm 31, Wattle 36 d Lilly Pilly 35, Cedar
43 d Flame 33.
Friday Junior Comp starts again after
school holidays at 5pm.
Saturday Social. New starting time from
9th October 2.30pm.
For Tennis enquiries ring: 0411 167 358 or
0439 733 763.
SPORT DRAWS
Brunswick Heads Squash
Wed 13/10/10
Round 9 - Perry Homes Comp
Coastal Voice & Data v. The Potato Works -
G. Hall v G. Davis, S. Moon v A. Li, G. King v
J. Gribble, A. Cox v F. King.
Cape Byron Medical Centre v Byron Bay
Trophies
Ocean Shores Glass v Brunswick Head
Pharmacy
Occupational Health & Rehab Services v
Ocean Shores Bakery
Monday 18/10/10
Round 5 Byron Health Foods Comp Little-
wood, 5.30pm L. Powell v M. Page-Smith
Division 2 5pm M. Cassidy v S. Moon, C.
Walsh v A. Li, J. Gribble v Kijay
Division 3 5pm R. Draper v L. Alidenes, J.
Nicolson v C. Johnston, R. Cross v S. Page-
Smith.
Division 4 5pm F. King v C. Naughton, C.
Bolton v S. McTeare, A. Cox v B. Doran;
6.30pm C. Wilkinson v T. Ashworth.
to play, Phone 66851794
Brunswick Heads Volleyball
Tuesday 12/10/10
Round 3 - J. V. Towing Comp
6pm KFC v Hedgehogs, Shelly D v Drop-
zone, Flash v. Ballistic. Duty -Lounge Liz-
ards
7pm Coolers v Masala, Scrambers v Bound-
ers, Hit & Run v. Lounge Lizards, Falcons v
Can’t. G & T Bye. Duty - KFC& Dropzone
Thurs 14.10/10
Round 7 - O.S. True Value Hardware Comp
6pm Tipods v Kookaburra, Fill ins v Angels,
Dunn Deals v Snickers, Firefys v Scary Red-
head. Duty -Ferns & Koas.com
7pm Ferns v Diva, Chilli Twist v Flukes,
Kaos.com v Amies, Go Go Girls v Volleys.
Mum’s the Word Bye. Duty - Tripos & An-
gels.
To Play, Phone 66851794 Beginners Wel-
come
MullumLadies Golf
Thurs 14/10/10
President vs Captain
Single Stableford - Trophies - G. Mackay
Red & N. Dwyer Green.
1st tee. 9am N. Dwyer p, G. Mackay c, M.
Crichton d
9.06H. Hammondp, S. Kosakac, B. Mules d
9.12 G. Redman c, N. Carsburg p, G. Lynn c
9.18 B. Mules c, M. Davey p. 10th Tee
9am J. Stuart p, G. James c, G. Smith c
9.06 M. Essery c, J. Beer p, B. Wodnough c
9.12 L. Walker p, A. Moser c, L Bellerby p
Table Duty N. Dwyer & G. Mackay
SURF PATROLS
Brunswick SLSC
Sat 16/10 10-3 – Patrol 2
K Southwell, S McRae, M Quinn, M Quinn,
I Heiniger, ZHeiniger, E Heiniger, W Mcrae,
N Frazier
Sun 17/10 9-4 – Patrol 3
C Reid, P Rose, W King, D Kyle-Robinson,
M Mcrae, P Parker, S Rankin, J Leggett, J
Russell, B Cramer. 
Ocean Shores men’s golf prezzo
Standing in front of the Pennants from this year’s big win, men’s Club Captain Wayne Dobson
with some of the trophy winners from the prezzo, Stuart Pratt, Nick Comer, Lew Trudgeon and
Peter Fleming
Last Saturday the members of
the Ocean Shores Men’s Golf
Club gathered for their end
of year presentation. Te club
has had a great 2010 with fve
of their seven Pennant teams
bringing home the winner fag.
The club, which is almost
600 strong, were really pleased
with their eforts and club cap-
tain Wayne Dobson was ec-
static with the eforts of players
over the year. Over 40 awards
were presented on the night
which was held at the Ocean
Shores Country Club.
Te major winners for the
year were: A Grade Brad Oliss,
runner-up Stewart Ford. A Re-
serve Stuart Pratt, runner-up
Peter Greeves. B Grade Lew
Trudgeon, runner-up Dave
Parks. C Grade Richard Skil-
len, runner-up Geof Winder.
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Byron’s Rugby 7s turns 21
Story & photo Eve Jefery
I can guarantee that if you
have one sporting bone in your
body, the most fun you could
possibly have this weekend is at
the Byron Bay Rugby 7s.
Now we all know I can’t tell
union from league or rugby
from knitting, but this swift
succession of games is enter-
taining to say the least and
though not always ‘G’ rated
(in 2008 one team stripped to
their undies for their knockout
match), it is way too much fun.
Te competition gets under-
way on Saturday at the the By-
ron Bay Recreation Grounds,
from and the knockouts begin
on Sunday morning until 1pm.
Te fun really begins when
the residue of 32 men’s teams
from across Australia, New
Zealand and Fiji will go head-
to-head in the fnals from 1pm.
Tis year there will also be
a strong showing from the 16
women’s teams from New Cal-
edonia, Dunedin, Sydney and
Brisbane. Te ladies will battle
it out with the combined USA
and New Zealand girls’ team
KUSA, who are tipped to beat
three-time winners Eastsyde
from Brisbane.
I just can’t say enough to rec-
ommend you go to the event.
Just do it! Ya know ya want to.
Goalkeeper Nat overcomes life’s challenges
Local Byron football goal-
keeper Nat Caldwell, was one
recently of sixteen goalkeepers
from across Australia selected
for assessment in Sydney with
well known goalie coach Jim
Fraser and NSW Institute of
Sport Coach, Ken Greenhead.
Since attending this camp Nat
has been invited to continue
his development in Sydney for
the next six months, training
at Blacktown Olympic Centre.
Tis year Nat has competed
in both Futsal and football.
After representing Northern
NSW at the Vikings Futsal
Pacifc Titles, Nat was chosen
to represent Northern NSW at
the Vikings Futsal Nationals in
Sydney in 2011 and for the Vi-
kings Australian 16 Boys 2010
UK tour.
Te three week UK tour in-
cludes training and competi-
tion against the UK’s top Futsal
and Football clubs, participat-
ing in Futsal tournaments at
Rhyl Academy, Flintshire, Rhyl
FC, Denbigh Shire.
Te team will also receive
training with Greg Strong
(Bolton), Rhyl FC, Man-
chester City, Liverpool and
experience clubs Manchester
United, Chelsea, Alston Villa,
Stoke, Bolton, Manchester
City, Arsenal, Liverpool and
Rhydymwyn .
Te team will be participat-
ing in a demonstration game
of Futsal before kick of at Rhyl
FC and fnishing the tour with
a football game against Rhyl
Academy.
Nat is excited about the com-
plete Football experience and
will also get to see his Aunty
Sarah and Uncle Chris who he
hasn’t seen in three years and
other family and friends who
will cheer him on.
Like all athletes Nat has ex-
perienced challenges along the
way and last year Nat became a
carer for his mum who was in
a car accident in March 2008,
which resulted in complex
pain, spinal and nervous sys-
tem injury.
As a result Nat cycles 20km
round trip to continue train-
ing, buying the groceries on
the way home. This added
responsibility and time con-
sumption has made it impos-
sible for Nat to fundraise this
year while meeting his other
commitments.
Nat is looking for assistance
in the form of donations from
the community to assist in
the financing of his Austral-
ian Vikings Representative and
training trip to the UK and is
hoping to raise $7000 to cover
basic costs. Every little bit helps
and every cent will be well used
and appreciated.
Donations can be made
through the Westpac bank
BSB: 032 573 AC: 217 887.
Third quarter October 1 13:52
New moon October 8 05:44
First quarter October 15 08:27
Full moon October 23 12:36
Third quarter October 30 23:46
Day of
month
Sun
rise
Sun
set
Moon
rise
Moon
set
High tide,
height (m)
Low tide,
height (m)
1 F 0525 1746 0007 1038 0123,1.10; 1340,1.49 0700,0.61; 2041,0.48
2 S 0524 1747 0057 1141 0241,1.11; 1453,1.52 0815,0.61; 2149,0.41
DAYLIGHT SAVINGS TIME BEGINS Sunday October 3. Move clocks forward 1 hour at 2am
3 S 0622 1847 0244 1347 0455,1.19; 1603,1.59 1033,0.55; 2247,0.32
4 M 0621 1847 0327 1454 0556,1.31; 1804,1.67 1041,0.45
5 T 0620 1848 0408 1601 0657,1.45; 1900,1.72 0038,0.23; 1242,0.33
6 W 0619 1849 0446 1708 0735,1.59; 1951,1.74 0124,0.16; 1338,0.23
7 T 0618 1849 0524 1816 0822,1.71; 2042,1.71 0208,0.13; 1432,0.15
8 F 0617 1850 0604 1924 0908,1.80; 2132,1.63 0251,0.14; 1527,0.12
9 S 0616 1850 0646 2033 0955,1.84; 2223,1.52 0333,0.19; 1619,0.13
10 S 0614 1851 0732 2140 1042,1.84; 2315,1.40 0416,0.27; 1714,0.18
11 M 0613 1851 0822 2243 1129,1.79 0500,0.37; 1808,0.26
12 T 0612 1852 0915 2341 0007,1.28; 1217,1.70 0545,0.47; 1905,0.36
13 W 0611 1853 1012 0101,1.18; 1308,1.59 0632,0.57; 2005,0.44
14 T 0610 1853 1109 0033 0200,1.12; 1404,1.49 0628,0.64; 2109,0.50
15 F 0609 1854 1206 0118 0307,1.09; 1508,1.41 0832,0.69; 2210,0.53
16 S 0608 1854 1301 0158 0415,1.12; 1615,1.37 0944,0.70; 2304,0.52
17 S 0607 1855 1355 0233 0514,1.18; 1715,1.37 1052,0.67; 2350,0.49
18 M 0606 1856 1448 0305 0602,1.26; 1806,1.39 1152,0.61
19 T 0605 1856 1540 0335 0643,1.35; 1849,1.41 0030,0.46; 1243,0.55
20 W 0604 1857 1631 0405 0719,1.43; 1930,1.43 0105,0.41; 1327,0.48
21 T 0603 1858 1724 0434 0754,1.51; 2006,1.43 0138,0.39; 1407,0.42
22 F 0602 1858 1818 0505 0827,1.59; 2044,1.41 0209,0.38; 1445,0.37
23 S 0601 1859 1914 0538 0900,1.64; 2121,1.39 0230,0.38; 1523,0.34
24 S 0600 1900 2011 0614 0934,1.69; 2200,1.35 0311,0.39; 1601,0.32
25 M 0559 1900 2109 0656 1011,1.71; 2241,1.31 0345,0.42; 1642,0.32
26 T 0558 1901 2207 0742 1050,1.71; 2325,1.25 0421,0.45; 1725,0.34
27 W 0557 1902 2302 0835 1133,1.68 0502,0.49; 1815,0.37
28 T 0556 1902 2354 0933 0015,1.22; 1221,1.64 0548,0.54; 1909,0.40
29 F 0556 1903 1034 0111,1.18; 1315,1.60 0644,0.58; 2110,0,41
30 S 0555 1904 0041 1138 0215,1.17; 1417,1.56 0748,0.61; 2115,0.40
31 S 0554 1904 0124 1242 0325,1.21; 1527,1.54 0901,0.60; 2216,0.36
Time lags: Ballina Boat Dock: 15 min; Byron Bay: nil; Brunswick
River Highway Bridge: high 30 min, low 1 hr; Mullumbimby:
1 hr 10 min; Billinudgel: 3 hr 55 min; Chinderah: high 1 hr
30 min, low 2 hr; Terranora Inlet: high 2 hr 10 min, low 2 hr
25 min; Murwillumbah: high 2 hr 30 min, low 2 hr 50 min.
Tides in bold indicate high tide of 1.7m or more and low
tide of 0.3m or less. Data courtesy of the National Tidal Centre.
OCTOBER 2010
Astronomical data
and tides
1st SAT Bruns Heads 6628 4495
1st SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777
1st SUN Byron Bay 6680 9703
1st SUN Lismore Car Boot 6628 7333
2nd SUN The Channon 6688 6433
2nd SUN Lennox Head 6687 8618
2nd SUN Alstonville 6628 1568
3rd SAT Mullumbimby 6684 3370
3rd SAT Murwillumbah 0417 759 777
3rd SUN Uki 6679 9026
3rd SUN Nimbin 6689 0000
3rd SUN Lismore Car Boot 6628 7333
3rd SUN Ballina 6687 4328
4th SUN Bangalow 6687 1911
5th SUN Lennox Head 6687 8618
5th SUN Nimbin 6689 0000
SATURDAYS
Byron Community Bazaar 10-2pm 6685 6807
FARMERS MARKETS
Each TUE New Brighton 6684 5390
Each TUE Organic Lismore 6628 1084
Each THU 8-11am Byron 6687 1137
Each FRI 7-11am Mullum 6684 5390
Each SAT 8-11am Bangalow 6687 1137
Each SAT 8am-1pm Uki 6679 5530
For Rossi, Blundstone, Uggs and tents
Phone: 6685 8085
MONTHLY MARKETS
Byron Bay Camping & Disposals
Nipper’s great weekend at Lennox
Byron Bay Nippers had sev-
eral entrants in the the Lennox
Head SLSC Dolphin Enduro
which was held on last Sat-
urday.
The weather conditions
were too hazardous to hold the
event in the open water, the
exception being the under 17s.
Lennox uti l ised Lake
Ainsworth to hold the swim
and board legs while still using
the beach for the run leg of the
endurance ironman event.
Te Under 10s and 11s did
a 400m swim, one kilometre
board, one kilometre run with
Moby McMullen winning the
under 10 males and his sister
Isabelle coming third in the
Under 11 females.
In the Under 13s females
Alex Barnes completed the
750m swim 1.5 kilometre board
two kilometre run in seventh
place.
Stepping up to starting line
in the U14 and U15s to compete
in the one kilometre swim, two
kilometre board, and two kil-
ometre run, was U14 female
Kisane Irwin in ffh U14 male
Josh Brown second and Max
Hulbert who was ffh and in
the U15 males, Lorne Greenlaw
secured frst place.
In the tough conditions that
competitors were faced with,
the Under 17s were sent out to
battle the elements and Huge
Blue Bottles to complete a one
kilometre ocean swim, three
kilometre board, three kilome-
tre run with Zoe Heineger third
in the females and Brendan Ir-
win seventh in the Males.
Te Nippers were lucky to
have Ironman Champion Zane
Holmes pesenting the trophies
to the lucky Winners.
Byron Bay Nipper Moby McMullen was presented his frst place
trophy by Ironman Champion Zane Holmes.
Crankin’ what’s happening in the surf
Brunswick Boardriders
The Brunswick Boardriders
Club will hold its October
club contest this Sunday. All
members to meet by 7.30am
at the Brunswick surf club for
the call.
Getting it Wright
Lennox Head’s Owen Wright
won his opening heat at the
Rip Curl Pro Portugal on Sun-
day, mastering the tricky con-
ditions to overcome Roy Pow-
ers from Hawaii and fellow
Aussie Chris Davidson.
Meanwhile sister Tyler was
in great form winning through
to the semi fnals at the Oak-
ley World Pro Junior Cham-
pionships in Bali on Friday.
In a much anticipated clash of
probably the world’s two most
exciting 16-year-old surfers,
Wright defeated Lakey Peter-
son from the USA.
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INDEX
Accountants ......................................40
Antennas & Installation ..............40
Appliance Repair ............................40
Architects ............................................40
Asbestos ..............................................40
Bathroom Renovations ...............40
Building Trades ................................40
Camera Repairs................................41
Carpet Cleaning...............................41
Chiropractic .......................................41
Cleaning ..............................................41
Computer Services .........................41
Counselling ........................................41
Curtains & Blinds ............................42
Decks & Patios ..................................42
Dentists................................................42
Design & Drafting...........................42
Driveway Maintenance ................42
Electricians .........................................42
Fencing ................................................42
Floor Sanding & Polishing .........42
Florists ..................................................42
Furniture Restoration &
Construction .....................................42
Garden & Property
Maintenance .....................................42
Garden Design .................................43
Gas Fitters & Suppliers ................43
Glaziers ................................................43
Graphic Design ................................43
Guttering ............................................43
Handypersons ..................................43
Health ...................................................43
Hire ........................................................43
Horses ...................................................43
Interior Design .................................43
Kitchen .................................................43
Landscaping & ExcavatIon.........43
Licensed Brothels ...........................43
Lighting ...............................................43
Motoring .............................................43
Naturopathy ......................................44
Nutrition .............................................44
Osteopathy ........................................44
Painting ...............................................44
Pest Control .......................................44
Phones & Communication .........44
Physiotherapy ..................................44
Picture Framing ...............................44
Plastering ...........................................44
Plumbers .............................................44
Printer Toner & Cartridges .........44
Printing & Copying Services .....44
Removalists .......................................44
Roofng ................................................45
Rubbish Removal............................45
Scrap Metal Merchants ................45
Security Services .............................45
Septic Systems .................................45
SewingMachineSales &Service .45
Solar Installation ............................45
Swimming Pools .............................45
Tiling .....................................................45
Tree Services .....................................45
Upholstery .........................................45
Veterinary Surgeons .....................45
Water Filters ......................................45
Water Tank Cleaning .....................45
Water Tanks .......................................45
Web Design Services .....................45
Wedding Services ...........................45
Window Tinting ...............................45
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ANTENNA EXPERT Fast digital service.........................................................................0401 190960
BRUNSWICK TV SERVICE 30 years. Byron Shire. Bill Sked............................................... 66851778
NORTH COAST ANTENNA SERVICES Digital specialists, 20 yrs local exp, Lic 27302....... 66841234
ROB DEEGAN Antennas, parts, installation........................................... 0429 994516 or 66845525
ANTENNAS
COUGHRAN
ELECTRICAL
Anthony 0439 624945 a/h 66804173
All antenna installations and repairs and electrical work
Friendly · Local · Prompt · Reliable
ANTENNAS
David Levine
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ANTENNAS
HOME ENTERTAINMENT
SYSTEMS
Call Goldy
0421 60 60 65
Repairs to: · LCD · Plasma · Audio · TV antenna · Satellite
5/15 Towers Drive, Mullumbimby Ìndustrial Estate
6684 2335 / 0407 844 993 repairs@mullumtv.com.au
APPLIANCE REPAIR
MULLUMBIMBY APPLIANCE SERVICE Byron Shire .............................. 0408 851633 or 66842952
ARCHITECTS
DON OSBORNE ARCHITECT Reg. 5687. www.ozarchitecture.com.au............................. 66871897
FRANK STEWART ARCHITECT Reg. 6075. www.frankstewart.com.au........................... 66856984
JOSE DO Sustainable Architecture. Reg. 7647. www.josedoarchitect.com....................0424 062096
ROSALIE STOLLERY ARCHITECTS Pavilion, courtyard style, light, open, harmonious spaces.
Reg 4163. www.rosaliestollery.com.au............................................................................... 66878882
RIHS ARCHITECTS PTY LTD eco designs, residential/commercial.
Reg. 3638. www.rihs.com.au .........................................................................................0411 699205
SPACE STUDIO Architects, interior designers and project managers. Newbuildings, renovations
and heritage projects. Reg. 8261. www.spacestudio.com.au.............................................. 66809921
ZAHER ARCHITECTS Reg 7872. www.zaherarchitects.com.au............. 66849408 or 0414 974088
ZUGAI STRUDWICK ARCHITECTS Reg 7669. www.zsarchitects.com.au ........................ 66872694
ASBESTOS
ABC: BALLINA ASBESTOS & DEMOLITION No job too big or small ..........................0418 665222
ASBESTOS REMOVAL Licensed & insured. Free quotes ...............................................0421 181363
BATHROOM RENOVATIONS
Q EXPERIENCED
SPECIALIST
Q FREE CONSULT
& QUOTE
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HASSLE-FREE
PROJECT
MANAGEMENT
TIM 0405 148 536
timaitken@smartchat.net.au
LIC 105283C
Bathroom Renovations
blue dolphin
BUILDING TRADES
ALL-WAYS HANDY –CARPENTRY 25yrs exp. Sml jobs OK. Lic 221584C. Steve M
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BAY RECLAIMED New& Used building supplies ................................................................ 66855991
BRICK & BLOCKLAYER Neat, reliable, quality. Lic 114688C.................. 66884708 or 0410 326052
BRICK & BLOCKLAYER Small job specialist. Lic 223375C ................................. Aaron 0428 891682
BRICKLAYER & BLOCKLAYER Quality workmanship, reliable. Lic 129723C ...............0431 266250
BRIMS BUILDER’S HARDWARE........................................................................................ 66801718
BUILDER – THINK BUILDING Excellent work. Quality projects. Lic 188670C ............0432 381880
BUILDER All projects. O’Neill Building. Lic 212134C ......................................... Gerard 0418 832693
BUILDER JOHN McGAURAN Personalised service. Lic 170208C .................................0415 793242
BUILDER/CARPENTER BOB STEWART Lic 14815C. Mullum– SGB... 66805639 or 0418 989928
BUILDER/CARPENTER Lic 194188C............................................ Dave 66809782 or 0412 171616
BUILDER/CARPENTER Newhomes & alterations. Lic 195527C..........................Sam0414 189884
BUILDER: MICHAEL WINTERS Lic 37525 Extensions, renovations, kitchens, bathrooms, wardrobes,
gyprocking & plastering, painting & general repairs. Available now....... 0410 647627 or 66854524
CARPENTER All jobs. Michael Dow. Lic 147675C................................... 66291169 or 0412 967677
CARPENTER No job too small or big. Lic 228081C............................................... Chris 0429 012071
CARPENTRY/JOINERY Renovations, kitchens, bathrooms, small jobs. Lic 157823C Paul. 66805722
CEMENT RENDERER Free quotes. Commercial & domestic .........................................0403 422566
CONCRETE CANCER SPECIALIST Lic 176913C............................................................0407 480450
CONCRETING – Steve Baker. Lic 143161C.....................................................................0412 272564
DINGO DEMOLITIONS & ASBESTOS REMOVAL ................................ 66834008 or 0407 728998
GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS Decks, pergolas, walls & fencing. Lic 212479C.......0415 755337
PAVING, LANDSCAPING, DECKS, SANDSTONE WORKLic 10711C Greg 0414859830or 66803234
STAINLESS WIRE BALUSTRADING Supplies and installation................ 66809409 or 0419 758821
SURVEYOR Contour/ detail, slab setout, DAs .......................................................... Dave 0409 613301
TILER Bathroomrepairs. Lic 75915..........................................................................Andy 0419 478248
ORNAMENTAL IRON &STRUCTURAL STEEL stairs, balustrading, site weld..Bron Forge 66845396
ph: 6621 2734 hamptonandlarsson.com.au
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Owner-bui l der fr i endl y.
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NEW HOMES
ALL RENOVATIONS & REPAIRS
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· Doors and locks
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maintenance
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Aaron Wainwright
ph 0437 593 713 ph/fax 6681 6279
aaron@aclasscarpentry.com.au Lic 222148C
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carpentry & joinery
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Local - Licensed Carpenter
Fully Insured - Honest & Reliable
Carpentry - Roofing - General Handyman
Free quotes call Phil: 0422 234 153
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QUALI TY BUI LDI NG & CARPENTRY
Call to discuss your new home – 02 6684 2100
www.e-construct.com.au www.beconstruct.com
Builders Lic.
218298C
Beautiful, Functional & Ethical
Inspired to support
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Designs that are
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BUILDERS
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CAMERA REPAIRS
CAMERA REPAIRS All makes & models. Byron Shire ...................................................0409 565784
CARPET CLEANING
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CHIROPRACTIC
BAY FAMILY CHIROPRACTIC Peter Wuehr 17 BangalowRd Byron Bay ............................. 66855282
BYRONBAY CHIROPRACTIC CENTRE Bruce, Brent, Bianca. 1/12TasmanWay, ByronA&I Est.. 66858159
DISCOVER CHIROPRACTIC BYRON BAY Margaret Tay ................................................... 66808400
MICHAEL SCHWAGER & SHAUN CASHMAN Chiropractors 108 Stuart St, Mullum........ 66841962
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC Massage, chiropractic & ftness. 110 Dalley St........................ 66841028
WAVE OF LIFE NETWORK CHIRO (lowforce) 8/9 Fletcher St, Byron Bay. AndrewBadman. 66858553
CLEANING
AMORE CARPET CLEANING & UPHOLSTERY CLEANING ................. 66807721 or 0429 726999
CARMEN’S CLEANING SERVICE Pristine is my kind of clean. Domestic cleaning. Fully insured.
For a free quote, call me with your cleaning needs ................................. 66804811 or 0438 427974
DI’S CLEANING SERVICE Efcient & professional. 7 days............................................0414 408723
QUALITY HOUSEKEEPING ..................................................................................Julie 0410 799686
WINDOW & PRESSURE CLEANING Prof work, free quotes, 20 yrs exp............ Steve 0421 797210
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A1 CRYSTAL CLEAR
CLEANING
· House washing · High pressure or soft wash · Window cleaning
· Driveways & paths · Gutters & fyscreens · Water effcient · Free quotes
Phone Joe (owner/operator) 6684 4018 or 0412 495 750
ACTION WINDOW &
PRESSURE CLEANING
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BAYSIDE WINDOW CLEANING
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- Prlendly, rellable servlce - Competltlve prlces - Pensloner
dlscount - water consclous - Pully lnsured - Pree quotes
Call Slmon 0413 034 725
ECO CLEANING
QUALITY WORK
BOND CLEANING
CONSTRUCTION
BUILDERS
STRATA
WINDOWS
OFFICES & SCHOOLS
PRESSURE CLEANING
CLEANING THE BYRON SHIRE & NORTHERN RIVERS

6688 4777 / 0405 437 431
greenrocket@bigpond.com.au
TLC
TENDER LOVING CARE
Truck Mount ed Machi ne
CARPET CLEANING
Specialising in household carpet cleaning
Kevi n & Margaret Bower (02) 6684 1001
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Commercial & Domestic Window Cleaning
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DOUG MILNE 0407 856 965
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The Scotsman with a Squeegee
FREE QUOTES
FREECALL 1800 683 838
MOBILE 0419 677 991
cmhwindows@gmail.com
COMMERCIAL, DOMESTIC,
SHOPS & REAL ESTATE
FULLY INSURED
COMPUTER SERVICES
ADAM THE COMPUTER GUY www.neonblade.com......................................................... 66804286
ATOMIC COMPUTER SOLUTIONS Repairs, sales & service for PCs........... Sebastiaan 0448 527660
COMPUTER NETWORK DATA CABLING David www.iwire.net.au.............................0402 022111
DAVID LAWSON COMPUTER SERVICES All services & repairs for PCs............................ 66843955
KENSCOMPUTERS.COM.AU General repairs, sales, parts, upgrades, internet ................. 66844116
MOBILE COMPUTER REPAIRS $70 per hour. Established 15 years .....................Ben 0423 355318
Appl e & PC t echni ci ans
Computer sales
Service and repairs
Laptops & desktops
New & secondhand
House calls
Data recovery
Internet & wireless
Bags & accessories
Ink & toner cartridges
Printing & scanning
mac pc UPSTAIRS, 3 MARVEL ST. 66 809 166
c o m p u t e r c e n t r e
the only computer shop
in the heart of byron bay
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Authorised Service Provider
Lightforce Computers
02 6685 8796
1/10 Brigantine St • Arts & Industry Estate • Byron Bay
info: lightforce.com.au • hrs: m-th 9-6 • fri 9-5 • sat 9-1
Authorised
Reseller mullummac
MAC IT EASY ON YOURSELF
(02) 66 191 777
www.mullummac.com
info@mullummac.com
Unit 10
6-8 Burringbar St
Mullumbimby
COUNSELLING
ART & BODY BASED THERAPY Felicity Grace. Mullumbimby Wednesdays ..................... 66846212
EXPERIENTIAL ARTS THERAPY Miecat trained.................................................Anna 0401 740432
RELATIONSHIP SEXUAL COUNSELLING with John. ByronThursdays & Fridays............. 66811547
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CURTAINS & BLINDS
CREATIVE BLINDS & AWNINGS Servicing Byron Shire. www.creativeblinds.com.au..... 66863311
BRUNSWICK HEADS
BLINDS & AWNINGS
6680 4353
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Your IocaI suppIier of
BIinds
Awnings
Security Doors
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By r o n S h i r e
Rob & Lorraine Cubis
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· Seniors Card holders discount
3/9 Bonanza Drive Billinudgel · 6680 4269
DECKS & PATIOS
DECKS & ALL TIMBER CARE REFINISHING Quality work. Lic 211420C....................0404 202415
The Deck Doctor
Specialising in: s2EPAIRSs2ESTORATIONs#ABLE
BALUSTRADINGs3ANDINGs/ILCOATINGSs-AINTENANCE
Richard Neylan richardneylan@iprimus.com.au
0407 821 690 Fax: (02) 6680 3755
PATIOS & EXTENSIONS
02 6687 2881
northernrivers@trueline.net.au
www.trueline.net.au
We have the Vision
Experience Solution.
We design and build
patios, decks and
extensions to suit
your lifestyle needs:
Call today for FREE
design consultation.
Lic 207223C
The outdoor lifestyle specialists
DENTISTS
BANGALOW DENTAL HEALTH In the Medical Centre Complex, Bangalow...................... 66872766
BRUNSWICK HOLISTIC DENTAL CENTRE ...................................................................... 66851264
MULLUMBIMBY DENTAL CENTRE 100 Stuart St, Mullumbimby ...................................... 66842644
SHORES DENTAL Brian Donnellan & Richard Conn. Rajah Rd, Ocean Shores .................... 66803477
DESIGN & DRAFTING
ACCENT COLOR PLAN COPYING / PRINTING ................................................................. 66856236
BAREFOOT BUILDING DESIGN NewHomes & additions ..........................Bob Acton 0407 787993
BYRON ENERGY EFFICIENT DESIGN &DRAFTING............................ 0423 531448 or 66857713
DAVID ROBINSON DRAFTING Renovation, design & plans................. 0419 880048 or 66858114
EXPANDESIGN Houses & renovations. Alok Eggenberger www.expandesign.com.au....... 66847180
MICHAEL SPITERI ARCHITECTURAL DRAFTING SERVICE .....................................0417 713033
WWW.BUILTPRACTICE.COM Design & drafting. Chris Knapp, M.Arch .......................0405 914569
www.mullumbimbydraftinganddesign.com.au BDANSW............ 66841842 or 0427 721845
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BUILDING PLANS & ENGINEERING
DRIVEWAY MAINTENANCE
CARPARK & DRIVEWAY
MAINTENANCE
CONCRETE EDGING
0418 156 909
Call Steven Butturini
ELECTRICIANS
ALF BURLEY 24 hour call out. Very reasonable rates. Lic 217948C...............................0428 299754
ALL ELECTRICAL WORK Small jobs including safty switches etc. Lic EC31722 .... Syd 0400 629577
BYRON A&I/SUNRISE From5am, 7 days. Lic 145002C..................Jim6685 5373 or 0403 747615
CIRCUITS PLUS For everything electrical in Byron Shire ..............................................0422 668582
COUGHRAN ELECTRICAL 24 hourt service, Lic 154293C........................ 0439 624945 or 66804173
CURTIS ELECTRICAL 24 hour service – all Byron Shire. Lic 79065C.............................0427 402399
RONNIE SPINKS Everything electrical Lic 27673 .........................................................0429 802355
SMALL – URGENT – EMERGENCY JOBS ONLY .........................................................0427 402399
Andrew Curtis sLic No 79065C s Ph 0427 402 399
Business, Home, Farm, Industrial
ELECTRICIAN
Rel i abl e and Punct ual
24 Hr Service s No Call Out Fee
Solar power specialist
s Country Energy contractor
s Overhead power supply
s Underground power
s Metering / Off Peak
s LED lighting sales
& installations
Call Jürgen
0419 772 897
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Friendly · Free Quotes · No Callout Fees · Reliable
24 HOUR
SERVICE
Schultz Circuit Electrical
Commercial, industrial and
domestic applications
Local, reliable,
friendly electrician.
Extensive experience.
No obligation, free quotes.
Call Wayne 0414 821 137
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Genuine 24 hour, 7 days a week service
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Lic 98590C
RENOVATIONS
MAINTENANCE
STOKES BAY
ELECTRICAL SERVICES P/L
28 Gordon St, Mullumbimby
SOLAR
UPGRADES
GENERATORS
Phone
0416 025 843
19 Natan Court
South Golden Beach 2483
Mobile 0457 601 212
info@stevenlambert.com.au
www.stevenlambert.com.au
DOMESTIC AND COMMERCIAL ELECTRICIAN
LIC# 221400C
FENCING
ADDISON FENCING Colorbond, pool, timber, glass & screens........................................... 66804495
BEDNARZ, H &W, FENCING Specialise in pool, colourbond & timber fencing...........0417 491136
BENS FENCING – RELIABLE, PROMPT, QUALITY 7 days ........................................0409 983565
BYRON & BEYOND FENCING Any fence, any time, prompt quotes ..... 66804766 or 0416 424256
FENCE FORMERS Landscaping and fencing solutions..................................................0423 356911
FENCING & RETAINING WALLS BSA Licensed.Free quotes. Any area.........................0411 594314
FLOOR SANDING & POLISHING
THE DECK DOCTOR Decks sanded & restored. Free quotes ............................. Richard 0407 821690
Nor t h Coast
Fl oor Sandi ng & Pol i shi ng
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FLORISTS
OH HANG IT OH POT IT Fresh local fowers & plants. Deliveries....................................... 66842557
PASSION@FLOWERS Byron Bay. Fresh fowers, weddings. Interfora member ................. 66855209
WILD FLOWERS N FOODS on Byron St, Byron Bay. Fresh native fowers. 66856868 or 0417 691117
FURNITURE RESTORATION & CONSTRUCTION
POLISH AT BYRON Expert furniture restoration. Showroom1/5 Centennial Cct............... 66807010
STEPHEN THURSTON Antique restoration, furniture commissions ............................0458 210445
GARDEN & PROPERTY MAINTENANCE
A B FAB Mowing, gardening, acreage & small block.....................................................0421 185520
A GREAT JOB See testimonials at www.coastalpropertyservices.com.au......................0421 932945
A TO Z GARDEN SERVICE Lawns, hedges, trees, ride on, clean & reliable ....................0405 625697
A.C.E. LAWN MOWING Cheap, reliable, guaranteed .................... Sam0438 655763 or 66854237
ALL YOUR LAWN MAINTENANCE NEEDS Call Mitch now! ................. 0400 804270 or 66801990
AT MOWING & GARDENING Big & small jobs, reliable service ...................................0415 383820
BLUEGUM MOWING Garden & property maintenence ............Adam 66844730 or 0434 244224
BRUNSWICK VALLEY LAWN & GARDEN For all your garden needs... 0423 857144 or 66803693
BYRON SHIRE MOWING Acreage to small, rubbish removal..... Shane 66846269 or 0424 946226
GARDEN WASTE REMOVAL Prompt & reliable. Large trailer. Free quotes ....................... 66804704
GARDENS RENOVATED Weeding, clear ups, mowing, trimming etc. Reasonable rates. Tim......0405 529275
GREENEARTHGarden restoration, maintenance, tree &rubbish removal. 66884549 or 0405 716552
GUTTERS CLEANED all areas, free quotes, fully insured ....................... 0405 922839 or 66850125
MULLUM HANDYMAN Gardening, mowing, rubbish removal, insured.......................0424 954388
MULLUM-MOWING@mullumonline.net. Ride-on .............................................Peter 0423 756394
MYOCUM MOWING Trees & rubbish removal.................................Neil 66844080 or 0410 666871
NORTHERN RIVERS MOWING Acreage specialist. Small/large jobs. Sen/pen rates...0428 544190
TREE & PALM LOPPING Felling, rubbish removal, fully insured, free quotes ..............0405 620261
WEED SPRAYING Tree planting, brushcutting, camphor injecting, free quotes...........0457 223559
YARD MAINTENANCE, lawns, rubbish removal, gardening......... Mark 66843426 or 0437 343348
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K pooI pump saIes & repairs K aII types poIypipes & fittings
Lawns U Garden maintenance U Pressure cleaning
General household care U Rubbish removal
Lawns U Garden maintenance U Pressure cleaning
General household care U Rubbish removal
JOSH WATERS 0400 428 930
Acreage Mowing
Faster & neater than slashing
Phone Brett
0427 966 9S7
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www.gardenhouseworker.com.au ph: 0434 012215
GARDEN AND HOUSE WORKER
Q Brushcutting Q Weeding, planting, mulching
Q Hand mowing Q Pressure cleaning Q Tip Runs
Q Chainsaw work Q Exterior house washing Q Weed Spraying
Q Hedge trimming Q Window cleaning, fly screen replacement
REASONABLE RATES, SPRING DISCOUNTS
GARDEN DESIGN
GARDENDESIGN, FENGSHUI www.simplybeautifulspaces.com.au..Lyn 0428 884329 or 66857756
GAS FITTERS & SUPPLIERS
BRUNSWICK VALLEY GAS SUPPLY. FREE DELIVERY, NO RENTAL ................................ 66801575
GLAZIERS
OCEAN SHORES GLASS AND SCREENS Glass splashbacks Lic No 61205C ......................... 66803333
GRAPHIC DESIGN
ACCENT COLOR Web Design & Construction....................................................................... 66856236
LOGOS BROCHURES WEBSITES www.louisebarrow.com..........................................0401 294252
GUTTERING
Also Whirly Bird Specialists
0413 692 177
· Fire orevention · Water tank orotection · ülY kits available
GUTTER GUARD
HANDYPERSONS
2481 PLUMBING All water, drainage & gas ftting Lic 214 726C Phone Jimmy...........0405 073540
A TO Z HANDYMAN SERVICES Jack of All ....................................Andre 66847553 or 0439 495247
ABSOLUTE HANDYMAN Repairs, renovation, maintenance........................................0402 281638
ACTION PROPERTY MAINTENANCE Carpentry, repairs, renovations ........................0422 417295
ALL-WAYS HANDY Carpentry, renos, 25 years experience Lic 211584C .......... Chester 0416 043297
CAPE BYRON PROPERTY MAINTENANCE all areas TomScott ........... 66843088 or 0418 600576
HANDYMAN with 25 years carpentry experience .............................................................. 66840227
MULLUM HANDYMAN Maintenance, repairs, painting, renovations, gardening ........0424 954388
RELIABLE HANDYMAN SERVICES .........................................Michael 66844970 or 0405 325569
Flat pack assembly, wood floor restoration, garden work and
woodwork, painting, blind/curtains. Whatever you need I can do it !
PROPER JOB BOB
For all your local handyman services.
Prompt service. Free quotes.
All areas. No job too small.
0424 982 935
HEALTH
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Dentists, Naturopathy, Nutrition, Osteopathy, Physiotherapy
ACUPUNCTURE & COSMETIC MEDICINE Dr AdamOsborne........................................... 66857366
ACUPUNCTURE CHINESE HERBAL MEDICINE MCollis................................................. 66842559
ACUPUNCTURE Facial rejuvenation, womens health, general. Marlene Farry.................. 66842400
AROMATHERAPY/ REFLEXOLOGY/ SKIN CARE Therese Mofatt RN.........................0418 465487
AYURVEDA Consultations, massage, treatments ................................................... Jacinta 66843165
BONES FOR LIFE ’OSTEOPOROSIS PREVENTION’ Jenny Groves....................................... 66842738
BRYANT HOPLEY Herbalism, homeopathy, nutrition. Byron Bay...................................... 66857225
CRANIOSACRAL BALANCING Najma Ahern. Practitioner, tutor and trainer.................... 66846444
CRANIOSACRAL, CHIROPRACTIC, OSTEOPATHY David Ackerman ............................... 66884136
EAST COAST PILATES STUDIO Brunswick Heads. Judy Leane.....................................0408 110006
FELDENKRAIS Jenny Groves.............................................................................................. 66842738
INSPIRING REMEDIAL BODYWORK www.thisisgoodforus.com...............................0421 826639
KINESIOLOGY & REMEDIAL MASSAGE Paritosho Rowe................................................. 66802475
LIVE BLOOD SCREENING Naturopath. Phillippa Church .................................................. 66841401
LYMPHATIC DRAINAGE Massage & Dorn Spinal Alignment. Mullum. Masti Adler .......... 66846982
LYMPHOEDEMA THERAPY (Cassley-Smith method) Mullumbimby...........................0413 665863
MULLUMBIMBY HERBALS Naturopathy, Massage, 79 Stuart St ..................................... 66843002
MULLUMBIMBY MASSAGE & CHIROPRACTIC 110 Dalley St ........................................ 66841028
MULLUMBIMBY MEDICAL CENTRE 60 Stuart St............................................................ 66841511
MULLUMBIMBY SKIN CLINIC 58 Stuart St...................................................................... 66844400
NUMEROLOGY & ENNEAGRAM PROFILES .....................................................Rothy 0400 736510
PILATES & GYROTONIC Core studio 2/18 Brigantine St, Byron Bay A&I Estate................. 66856716
PSYCHOLOGIST Amara Hurst, Byron Bay......................................................................0424 930588
SEX COACHING &THERAPY www.sexcoaching.com.au .............................................0415 034204
THETA HEALING / REFLEXOLOGY Wilsons Creek. Zena................................................... 66840318
ZEN SHIATSU TREATMENT Joanna Zielinska..............................................................0423 945201
HIRE
BYRON WEDDING & PARTY HIRE ..........www.byronbayweddingandpartyhire.com.au 66855483
MULLUMHIRE Builders, party and much more .......................www.mullumhire.com.au 66843003
HORSES
HERBARX EQUINE Herbal medicine & massage ................. www.herbarxequine.com0411 720799
HORSE RIDING &ADULT VAULTING LESSONS www.kamilaroi.com. 0419 506942 or 66762437
INTERIOR DESIGN
BRADLEY MORGAN PIKE Design Consultancy..................................... 66845456 or 0418 881144
KATE PLATT Interior Designs, www.kateplatt.com................................ 0411 888416 or 66807606
KITCHEN
CONCRETE BENCHTOPS www.imakestuf.yolasite.com.............................................0488 093784
LANDSCAPING & EXCAVATION
ADAMEARTHSCAPE Retaining walls. Paving. Concrete paths................ 0411 726604 or 66805446
A NORTHERN RIVERS TRENCHING 65HP chain trencher and mini excavator..............0402 716857
BRUNSWICK VALLEY DIGGER MAN Excavator & tipper hire ............................ Matt 0427 172684
BRENDON POWELL Bobcat, excavator, tipper & auger. All jobs...................................0404 988222
FENCING & RETAINING WALLS BSA Licensed.Free quotes. Any area.........................0411 594314
GECKO LANDSCAPE SOLUTIONS All aspects of landscaping & design. Lic 212479C..0415 755337
LOCAL SPECIES PLANTSCAPES For all your sustainable landscaping needs................... 66804270
Matt
0427 172 684
All aspects of small earthmoving.
B r u n s w i c k Va l l e y
Digger Man
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Ser vicing t he Byron Shire and beyond
TINY EARTHWOR
Philip Toovey 0409 799 909
ph/fax 02 6684 3208
various implements available for limited access projects
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Specialising in all aspects of
landscaping, paving, brick work,
retaining walls, lawns, swimming
pool coping and surrounds,
driveways and excavation.
Quality work by qualified tradesman
Andrew Arter 0414 657 689
DAVID FROST LANDSCAPES
Qualified horticulturalist 25 years experience
Ex-Royal Botanical Gardens
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Phone David on 0412 767 546
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º Bush clooring º Doms º Rood cons|ruc|ion
º Houso, |onk ond si|o lovolling º All gonorol oor|hmoving
ª TIP TRUCKS ª FLOAT ª TRUCK & DOGS ª DRIVEWAYS
ª ROADS ª HOUSE PADS ª CLEARING ª DRAINAGE ª CARPARKS
ª BUSH ROCKS ª ROCK WORK ª MACHINE TICKETS
EXCAVATOR
BOBCAT &
WATER TRUCK
PL Quentin 0404 193 933
ALL MATERIAL
DELIVERIES
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6oray & 1oss 0421 505 642 / 0422 644 719
LICENSED BROTHELS
Venus Lounge
Gent l emen’s Ret r eat
OUTCALLS AVAI LABLE - OPEN 24/ 7
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LIGHTING
Unit 5, 21-23 Tasman Way, Byron Bay Arts & Ind. Est.
(02) 6680 7007 www.creativelightingsolutions.com.au
Architectural & Landscape Lighting Specialists
Free onsite consultancy service
MOTORING
BRUNSWICK BYRON AUTO WRECKERS ......................................................................... 66842351
CAR BODIES REMOVED Any condition..........................................................................0427 660641
CAR BODIES REMOVED FREE $$$s PAID .................................................. 66845296 or 66845403
MECHANICAL REPAIRS, WARREN SIMMONS Byron Bay ................................................. 66858500
BAYSIDE RADIATORS, WINDSCREENS
AND AIR CONDITIONING
Where else would you take a leak!
Lot 4, WiIfred St, BiIIinudgeI ª 6680 2444
24 hours 7 days
Serving Byron Shire
AUTO COOLING
SERVICE CENTRE
ª Tyres ª Batteries ª WheeI AIignments
MULLUMBIMBY TYRE SERVICE
DaIIey Street, MuIIumbimby 6684 2016
LEGENDARY
OFFROAD TYRES
Windscreens & bodygIass htted by quaIihed auto
gIass htters. AII insurance jobs. CaII us for repairs:
0429 804 401
Unit 1/20 Acacia St, Byron Bay Arts & Ind. Est.
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MOTORING (continued)
Dwyers Smash Repairs
6680 2002
1 Mogo PIace BiIIinudgeI ª Est 1985
ª Preferred insurance
repairer
ª Major and Minor
smash repairs
ª LocaIIy owned
and operated
NATUROPATHY
BRYANT HOPLEY Herbalism, homeopathy, nutrition. Byron Bay...................................... 66857225
NUTRITION
FOOD AS MEDICINE Samantha Gowing, Gowings Food & Health .................................... 66855400
OSTEOPATHY
ANDREW HALL Biodynamic cranial. NewBrighton........................................................... 66802027
BRUNSWICK HEADS OSTEOPATHY Sue Broadbent &Toby Mills. Monday – Saturday...... 66851126
BYRON OSTEOPATHIC CARE Eve Schoenheimer.............................................................. 66853660
NORTH COAST OSTEOPATHY .......................................................................Jodie Jacobs 66857517
TRADITIONAL OSTEOPATHY Lennox Head Michael Petrie................................................ 6687 4410
Sue Broadbent & Toby Mills
Clinic open Monday to Saturday
2/32 Mullumbimbi St, Brunswick Heads. Tel 02 6685 1126
PAINTING
AD PAINTING by John Hand. Lic 13246C............................................... 0413 185399 or 66841249
BYRON PRO-PAINT Quality guaranteed, fair prices, free quotes. Lic 87771C .......Ben 0418 662281
DEREK BULLION PAINTING Free quotes. Lic R98818.......................... 0414 225604 or 66805049
NORTHPOINT PAINTINGSERVICES Newceilings sprayed. Lic 618414C . 66847137 or 0403 332654
PAINTING & DECORATING Free quotes. Lic 215392C.................Justin 66871884 or 0413 567191
PAINTER – PROFESSIONAL FINISH Small jobs OK. For a quote phone Mark............0410 193557
PAINTER DECORATOR Lic 203314C.................................................................... Matt 0413 741791
PROFESSIONAL PAINTERS &TIMBER CARE Reliable & courteous. Lic 211420C.....0404 202415
All-Ways Painting
ª Bomestic & Commercial ª Servicinu all areas
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YVES DE WILDE QUALITY PAINTING SERVICES
X FINALIST OF THE MASTER PAINTERS OF
AUSTRALIA AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE
X ENVIRO FRIENDLY PAINTING
X 6680 7573 0415 952 494
Xwww.yvesdewilde.com.au LIC 114372C
www.duluxaccredited.com.au
Spec ialising in non- t oxic :
× Texture coatIngs
× InterIor & exterIor
× Water bIastIng
× RooI restoratIon
× Over 20 years experIence
× Insured
× LIc No 182978C
Antonio
0421 724 255
www.ecoappIIcatIons.com.au
Carbon neutral • ZERO VOCs • Affordable • Water based • Any colour
02 6685 8555
www.ecolour.com.au
PREMIUM QUALITY NON-TOXIC PAINT
6 Grevillea St, Arts & Industry Park, Byron Bay
qualified master painter - dulux accredited member
24 years experience - wallpapering - free estimates given
T & J Painting
ÌNDUSTRÌAL · COMMERCÌAL · DOMESTÌC
Reliable Professional Service
Tony Harmer – Tweed
0409 822 724
Jeremy Delaney – Byron
0421 490 206
FREE QUOTES
FULLY INSURED
Lic. No. 1144791
tjpainting@dodo.com.au
ALAN MALONE
Painter and Decorator
Over 30 years experience
for a friendly hassle free job
0412 794 364
Licence
No 97474
PEST CONTROL
ARACHNID PEST MANAGEMENT Environmentally friendly.......................................0409 497706
TROPICALE Termite risk assessments $55.................................... 0418 110714 or 66841213 (ah)
- $afe
- Natural
- Effective
- Guaranteed
PHONES & COMMUNICATION
EXTRA PHONE SOCKETS & data cabling, David, www.iwire.net.au.......................... 0402 022 111
PHYSIOTHERAPY
ANTHONY D’ORSOGNAPhysiotherapy, hydrotherapy, acupuncture Sufolk Park 1 Bryce St.. 66853511
BANGALOWPHYSIOTHERAPY Manual therapies, acupuncture, pilates.
Liz Thomas, Libby Nelson, Ryan Huxley, Clare Connolly....................................................... 66872330
CLAUDIA MIRDITA Craniosacral therapy, physiotherapy.................................................... 66857222
CONTINENCE / PELVIC FLOOR Janelle Angel. 3/10 Station Street, Bangalow................. 66872337
PETRA KARNI Physiotherapy, Craniosacral, Alexander Technique. Byron.......................... 66807207
NICK EDMOND, MARTINA RIGBY Physiotherapy, acupuncture & craniosacral therapy.
Cnr Dalley St & Burringbar St, Mullumbimby. Monday, Wednesday, Friday......................... 66843255
PAULA RAYMOND-YACOUB Acupuncture and physio........................................................ 66851646
EWINGSDALE PHYSIOTHERAPY Renata Tenta. Also home visits.................................... 66847838
PICTURE FRAMING
BILLINUDGEL CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING 7/1 Wilfred St, Billinudgel ....................... 66803444
HAIKU FRAMING & DESIGN 144 Jonson St, Byron Bay ................................................... 66807891

CUSTOM MADE FRAMI NG
professional canvas stretching & giclee printing
quality art supplies
Still @ the centre – 3 Centennial Ct – 6685 5808
PLASTERING
SPRECKLEY’S PLASTERING SERVICE Reasonable rates. Lic 1046149.......................0413 158967
PLASTERING CONTRACTOR
DOMESTIC & COMMERCIAL
C. A. Warwick Lic. No. 114578C
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PLUMBERS
A+JARRAH DAVIDSON Plumbing, draining, gas ftting & roofng. Lic 187712C........0438 668025
BILL CONNORS Plumber & drainer Gold Lic No L1051 CA 1221 ........................................ 66801403
BRETT SEKAC PLUMBING Maintenence & renovation specialist. Lic 167049C...........0410 620472
DART PLUMBING Plumbing, roofng, gas service. Lic. 1175539C................................0421 334515
DLC WATER PLUMBING SERVICE Lic 219589C ..........................................................0427 641804
I LOVE PLUMBING Call Steve Lic 148904C ....................................................................0412 916140
LAMARO PLUMBING Plumbing, drainage & gas ftting. Lic 220106C.........................0408 365092
MARK CORBETT Plumbing, draining, gas ftting. Lic 13121.................. 66877645 or 0418 210802
MARK STRATTON PLUMBING Lic 57803C........................................... 66803626 or 0419 019035
2481 PLUMBING All water, drainage & gas ftting Lic 214 726C Phone Jimmy...........0405 073540
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Lic No: 10194
Cape Byron PLUMBING
All plumbing, gasfitting & roofing
· Sewer cameras (CCTV) · Jet blaster - drain cleaner
24 HOUR EMERGENCY SERVÌCE
Phone 6680 9997 – YOUR LOCAL PLUMBERS Lic 4838
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PIumbing, rooñng & gas Lic 154590C
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CaII ßen CampbeII 0408 626 343
PRINTER TONER & CARTRIDGES
PRINTING & COPYING SERVICES
ACCENT COLOR The Copy & Laminating Shop .................................................................... 66856236
GRAPHIC EXPRESSIONS Digital printing & labels............................................................ 66858226
NORTH COAST PRINT SOLUTIONS Graphic design and printers..................................... 66858264
REMOVALISTS
ALWAYS AFFORDABLE REMOVALS & FREIGHT ................................ 66808938 or 0411 288101
TOP OF THE STATE FREIGHT Delivering to Tweed, Lismore and Ballina daily.............0418 664236
BEYOND BYRON REMOVALS
Ready for work within & beyond Byron
Brisbane Sydney backloading
For careful service & great rates
phone 66801158 or 0408 004719
Shire Transport Freight & Removals
· Freight services to Brisbane Mon & Wed
· Carriers of ñne art · Mini moves
· E-bay pick up & deIivery
6687 6445 / 0409 917646
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8108
Cape Byron Removals
8 Grevillea St, Byron Arts & Industry Estate
ª Based in the Byron Arts & Industry Estate
ª Continuing to serve the Byron Shire
ª LocaI ª Brisbane ª Sydney ª MeIbourne ª InIand
ª Byron's oIdest and most trusted removaIist
Seniors card
accepted
LIGHTHOUSE REMOVALS
(02) 6684 5395 042050 5395 www.lighthouseremovals.com.au
Friendly Staff
No weekend surcharge
Difficult Driveway ???
No Problem !!!
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ROOFING
ROOF PAINTING & REPAIRS Free quotes. Lic 1134084 ........................................Joe 0414 587884
ROOFI NG
CRAFTSMEN
6 GENERATIONS IN ROOFING
ROOF RESTORATIONS · RE-ROOFING · REPAIRS · FREE QUOTES
Honest, reliable, all work guaranteed.
6681 4163 / 0414 674 110 · www.rooñngcraftsmen.com.au
RUBBISH REMOVAL
ALL GONE FROM $10 pensioner discounts .................................. Mark 0421 932945 or 66855570
BEST SKIPS BANGALOW 2m
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bins...................................... 0417 458149 or 66871544
GET RID OF IT! All types taken away. Cheaper than a skip ....... Richard 0422 407997 or 66859920
OCEAN SHORES SKIPS Mini skip specialists ......................................................................0412 161564
SCRAP METAL MERCHANTS
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steel and fridges,
washing machines
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cars – cash paid for some
Next to Tyagarah Service Station
Pacific Highway, Tyagarah 6684 2351
BYRON CASH FOR SCRAP
@ BRUNSWICK BYRON AUTO WRECKERS
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SECURITY SERVICES
BRUNSWICK VALLEY LOCKSMITHS Shirewide ..................................... 66771550 or 0412 144679
SEPTIC SYSTEMS
Trine Solutions
SEWAGE MANAGEMENT SPECIALISTS
Sustainable environmental outcomes
Drainage, Gasfitting & Plumbing
6680 2358 / www.trinesolutions.com.au / 0407 439 805
Licence No.
158031C
TRINE
SEWING MACHINE SALES & SERVICE
A1 SEWING MACHINES – PARTS & REPAIRS Since 1964. Leaders in service ................. 66847447
SCOTT ASHDOWN DOMESTIC &INDUSTRIAL REPAIRS All types ....... 66867150 or 0428 503216
SOLAR INSTALLATION
P: 02 6679 7228 E: sunbeamsolar@bigpond.com www.sunbeamsolar.com.au
Your local installer dealing in Sharp Solar Modules, Australian made Latronic Inverters and
Century/Yuasa batteries. Specialists in Standalone and Grid Interact Solar Power Systems.
Servicing this area for 11 years.
Lic. Electrical Contractors
SOLAR
SYSTEMS
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SWIMMING POOLS
MULLUMBIMBY POOL SHOP Products, service & construction Lic 39126 ...................... 66844846
ATTENT¡ON POOL OWNERS
ª AII pooI requirements ª ProfessionaI advice ª Water testing
ª FriendIy service ª PooI servicing
73 Station St, Mullumbimby
(opp. Council chambers)
6684 S00S
TILING
TILER/STONEMASON/WATERPROOFER Lic 24418C Phone Karl ................................... 66804103
TILING PERFECTION &WATERPROOFING Free quotes. Lic 179306C . 66801168 or 0409 847653
TREE SERVICES
AVHM TREE SERVICES Happy to help ..........................Phone Andrew66877674 or 0412 558890
CHOPPY CHOP TREE SERVICES Crane & bobcat.................................. 66846650 or 0408 202184
SUMMERLAND TREE SERVICES ............................................... Call Jo 66877677 or 0417 698227
THE CHAINSAW GUYS Expert work, reasonable rates .......................... 66779482 or 0431 382681
ª QuaIihed Arborist ª Tree Pruning
ª Tree RemovaI ª Stump RemovaI ª MuIching
ª FuIIy Insured ª Same Day Response
131 546
JIM’S TREE & STUMP REMOVAL
Tree pruning & removal
UPHOLSTERY
BANGALOWUPHOLSTERY Re-covering specialists ........................................................... 66805255
BYRON BAY UPHOLSTERY Curtains & soft furnishings........................ 66853745 or 0403 713303
VETERINARY SURGEONS
BYRON BAY VET CLINIC 1/70 Centennial Cct. RowenTrevor-Jones.................................... 66856899
MATT ALLWORTH www.communityvet.net................................................................0414 227123
MULLUMBIMBY VET CLINIC Neil Farquhar, Wayde Hawkins & Richard Gregory............. 66843818
WATER FILTERS
The Wat er Fi l t er
Exper t s
for home, commercial
and rural properties
6680 8200 or
0418 108 181
WATER TANK CLEANING
BYRON SHIRE WATER TANK CLEANING ..........................Phone Mark 66851104 or 0403 991874
WATER TANK CLEANING All areas........................................................ 66888055 or 0407 002833
WATER TANKS
WATER TANKS Save money. Save water. All areas................................. 66888055 or 0407 002833
WEB DESIGN SERVICES
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WINDOW TINTING
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INTERNATIONAL ASTROLOGER
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AstroTalk Friday October 15th, 7pm
Uranus in Aries $22 at Temple Byron
WEEKEND WORKSHOP
Sat-Sun October 16/17th
Psychological Defense Patterns
at Byron Community Centre
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www.tesscullen.com
LATIN DANCE WITH YENNY
Street dancing from Ecuador.
Great fun and fitness. Beginner class
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Priv lessons for cpls or 1 on 1. $12pp/pn
Clunes Community Hall. 66291144
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AGMs ....................................... 47
Art & Artisans .......................... 48
Birthdays ................................. 51
Business Opportunity ............. 49
Businesses For Sale ............... 49
Cabins For Sale ...................... 49
Celebrants ............................... 47
Childcare ................................. 48
Church Notices........................ 51
Clothing & Alterations ............. 48
Computers .............................. 49
Death Notice ........................... 51
Events ...................................... 47
For Hire ................................... 48
For Sale ................................... 49
Garage Sales ......................... 49
Halls For Hire .......................... 48
Health Notices ......................... 47
Holiday Accommodation ......... 49
House Sit ................................. 49
Houses For Sale .................... 49
In Memoriam ........................... 51
Land For Sale .......................... 49
Lost & Found ........................... 51
Motor Vehicles ......................... 49
Musical Notes .......................... 51
Only Adults .............................. 51
Pets ......................................... 51
Positions Vacant ..................... 50
Probate Notice ........................ 47
Professional Services ............. 47
Property For Sale .................... 49
Public Notices.......................... 46
Readings ................................. 47
Share Accommodation ........... 49
Short Term Accommodation .. 49
Social Escorts ......................... 52
To Lease .................................. 50
To Let ....................................... 50
Tradework ................................ 48
Tree Services .......................... 48
Tuition ..................................... 51
Wanted ................................... 49
Wanted To Rent....................... 50
Work Wanted ........................... 51
WWOOFA ................................ 50
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Retreat
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meditation, spiritual teaching,
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Learn simple ways to intentionally
access the stillness of Being
wherever you are
Receive simple tools to live
from the peace, joy and intuitive
wisdom of this Natural State
6th & 7th November
No charge – donations welcomed
Facilitated by Krishna Iyer
– Tej Gyan Foundation
Enq: 0405 151 486
Registration:
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Do you have
questions about
life and what lies
beyond it?
Life Between Lives
(LBL) Spiritual
Regression can
answer these
questions and more.
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profound spiritual experience.
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Life Between Lives (LBL).
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26-28 November
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MULLUMBIMBY
COMMUNITY
MARKET
with Loren
Singer/songwriter
This Saturday
No dogs please
Creat ing a space f or
change and resolut ion
Wit h individuals,
couples and f amilies
Elizabet h Halbert BSW
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and Counsellor
0431 611 135
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Catrine Irwin
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66854898
Byron Bay
Skin Cancer
Clinic
Ocean Shores Health
All services bulk billed
Open 8am to 5pm
Monday to Friday
RN position available,
please phone if interested
Phone 6680 2300
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COMMUNITY CALL FOR FUNDS
To send Kerry Wall to a healer in the
Amazon. There she knows she can find
healing for a so-called ‘incurable’ auto
immune disease. Her healing will set
a precedent for all others in a similar
situation. If anybody feels compelled
to help her get there, please contact
me on 0412731419
CHANNELLED GUIDANCE
via clairaudient Shelley Neller.
www.byron-bay.com/shelleyneller
Phone 66853587
CAPOEIRA ANGOLA workshop with
Mestre Roxinho from Brazil, Sat 16 Oct.
To book call Tamara 0466583183
DYNAMIC Drawing
is back in town!
After a successful 2 yr stint in Melb.
Weds - Mullum Drill Hall, Dalley St
Fridays - Byron Scout Hall, Tennyson St
Both classes 9.30am-12pm, incl models,
facilitation/music, materials avail.
$18 per class. 0421101220
Email: dynamicdrawing@gmail.com
HIP HOP MULLUM
Teens, girls, adults. Ph Julia 66846023
HIP HOP FEDERAL Girls,
teens & adults. Ph Julia 66846023
BELLYDANCE
with Darshana
New beginners class Mondays, 7pm
& ongoing classes Tues & Thurs, 10am
at 1 Acacia St, Byron Ind Estate.
Ph 66841790, 0423633880
Bellydance/Yoga
Contact Tatiana 66802892
Egyptian Dance
Course starts now. Mohani 66846553
BHAJAN!
Sundays, 6-8pm, Wheel of Life Studio,
Brunswick Heads. Ph 0403364212
ECHO CLASSIFIED
ADVERTISING
66841777
AGMs
BYRON Emergency Accommodation
Project (B.E.A.P.) AGM will be held on
Thurs 14 Oct 2pm at 1 Scott St, Byron.
New members welcome. Persons with
skills in IT, fundraising or with a genuine
empathy for homeless persons/families
are encouraged to join our Board of
Management. Pls RSVP on 66855230
MULLUM GIANTS RLFC INC
AGM Wed 20 Oct at 6.30pm Mullum
Leagues Club. Sponsors & supporters
welcome, refreshments provided
BARCO - Brunswick Area Responsible
Canine Owners - AGM will be held on Sun
31 Oct at 10.15am at training grounds
Brunswick Heads
CELEBRANTS
DEREK HARPER
Celebrating love and lives
66803032. derekharper@mac.com
MARRIAGE
CELEBRANT
Unique weddings & ceremonies
ALISON MACKAY 66801884
www.alisonmackay.com
ANTHEA AMORE
MARRIAGE CELEBRANT
66844559 0422383151
www.antheaamore.com
UNFORGETTABLE WEDDINGS
Oceana 66803504 · oceanaheart.com
READINGS
PSYCHIC
Astro readings, $40. Ph 0448471653
SHARANDRA
HEALING CLAIRVOYANT
Tarot, past lives, home visits, hens
parties & group parties. For one month
regular clients & concession card
holders half price. Appt 66851978
PROF SERVICES
DENTURES
LOOK GOOD
FEEL GOOD
Free consultation. SANDRO 66805002
BYRON BAY
EMBROIDERY
New phone number 66867352
Email: bbembroidery@bigpond.com
BOOKKEEPING MYOB SECRETARIAL
Ph Ester 66847609 or 0412221576
SHOE DOCTOR
Shoe Surgery now operating at
Sole Bros, Arts & Industry Estate.
Surgery hours 8am - 5pm


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Photography for small occassions
Visit website for galleries


Silver Jewellery
Cleaning
Chains from $5
Enq 0407262261. Wednesdays at:
HAMMER & HAND
Jewellery & Metal Collective
Ti-Tree Pl, A&I Est. 10am-4pm, 7 days
PIANO TUNING
Reuben Barkley, 2nd gen. family trade.
Ph 66284475 or 0422221116
PROBATE NOTICE
EVENTS
SPEED DATING
Byron style. Free to register at:
www.singlessupperclub.com.au
CoastOut
COFFS HARBOUR
29-30-31 October 2010

CoastOut is the Coffs Coast's premiere
GAY, LESBIAN & FRIENDS FESTIVAL

· Arts & Culture
· Surf Competition
· Beach Festival

For further details see:
www.coastout.com.au
Celebrating the diversity
of our community
ARE YOU SINGLE?
Meet quality compatible people over
dinner. Singles Supper Club 66853807
Yoga Teachers
A YOGA AUSTRALIA EVENT
FREE: Chai, talk and Kirtan
Sunday, 17 October, 4.30-7pm
Red Tent Yoga, 5/102 Centennial Ct
RSVP: Alex 0410576367
HEALTH
JO FROM THE HEARTSPACE
massages & recommended by
The Echo staff. Phone 0423293995
CHOKE THE SMOKES
WITH HYPNOSIS. Paul L. Jones C.Ht.
DO IT NOW! 66807030
HYPNOTHERAPY
& counselling. Wendy Purdey.
Enquires & appts 66802630. Details:
www.wendypurdey.com.au
CALMBIRTH
Raine 0409534052, 66843705
Yoga with Martine
Mullum Pioneer Hall
Tue 7.30-9.30am, Fri 10.30am-12.30pm
Huonbrook Wed 8-9.30am 66840044
INTRODUCTORY SHIATSU COURSE
& Acupuncture Training starting Oct 26
in Byron. Austudy approved international
students accredited. 07 54947425
Australian College of Eastern Medicine
www.orientalmedicine.com.au
MASSAGE & HEALING 15 yrs exp deep,
relaxing, hot rocks. 7 days from $45ph
Mullum area 10am-8pm. Lisa 66844003
MOBILE MASSAGE therapeutic healing
& deep tissue. Ph Elaine 0413835662
Barbara Brennan
‘Hands of Light’ healing.
4 year trained at Brennan School USA.
Experience this intergrative method of
healing. Feel calmer, gain clarity, move
forward. Amara Hurst 0424930588
LIFE COACH
Imagine - Clarify - Action - Realise
Michelle Sanders ACC Accredited.
Phone 0414486185
curves.com.au
6680 7450
Curves Byron Bay
Byron Bay Arts & Industry Estate
Healthy eating and regular physical
activity have shown to lower your
risk of breast and other types of
cancer. Curves offers a 30 minute
workout, just three times a week
to help keep your whole body
healthy. During our Breast Cancer
promotion in October, Curves is
waiving the service fee with either
proof of a recent mammogram
or donation to a breast cancer
organisation.
*Offer valid with proof of recent mammogam
or donation to a Breast Cancer Organisation.
Offer based on a first visit enrolment, 12 month
debit programme. New members only. Valid at
participating locations from 18 through to 30
October, 2010. Not valid with any other offer.
© Curves International, Inc.
NEW TERM BEGINNING
BOOKINGS ADVISED!
11 October 2010
CIRCUS & FLYING TRAPEZE
* ChìIdren AND AduIt cIasses
* AII abìIìtìes and any htness IeveI
* The perfect aIternatìve to the gym
EARLY BlRD TERm DlSCDUNTS
AVAILABLE NOW
For cIass tìmetabIe and more ìnfo:
www.cìrcusarts.com.au
or caII 8885 8588
CIRCUS ARTS
Byron Entertaìnment Centre
37 CentennìaI Cìrcuìt
Arts & lndustry Park, Byron Bay
IN THE SUPREME COURT
OF NEW SOUTH WALES
PROBATE DIVISION.
After 14 days from publication
of this notice an application for
administration with will dated
29 April 2010, annexed of the
estate of NORIS (NORRIS)
MOSHE VAHABA late of
3 Tincogan Street Mullumbimby
2482 New South Wales,
business (café) owner, will
be made by Arye Shmilovits,
solicitor of Dammholz & Co
Solicitors, as an attorney in fact
of Ms Nadine Shiba and Ms
Pilar Shiba.
Creditors are required to send
particulars of their claims upon
his estate to Dammholz & Co
Solicitors, PO Box 375 Edgecliff
NSW 2027
Beyond The Vei l s
with Night White Swan
Embodying the Divine
through Dance or Stillness
ASCENSION ACTIVATION:
igniting the Divine Dna,
Divine Sounds, Temple Veils,
Sacred Poetry & Ceremony
with Swan, Fridays fortnightly
from Oct 15, 6.15 – 8.30pm
($22) at KulchaJam
1 Acacia St
A+I Estate Byron
Mb: 0488 467 570
heavenlyveils@gmail.com
Quit
cigarettes
in 60
minutes
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call 1300 076 667
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Yoga
Monday, Wednesday, Friday
9 -10 :30am (With Mel)
$15 per Class. 5 classes $60
Massage
Remedial, Deep Tissue, Relaxation
½ hr $40 1 hr $70 1½ hr $100
Upstairs At Byron Bay Surf Club
Enquiries: 0448 807 798
www.beachsideyogaandmassage.com.au
Mullumbimby
Osteopathy
welcomes
Vicki Hat her ell
Therapy for people
experiencing cancer.
Reiki master, reflexology,
energy balancing, shoulders,
neck & head massage
Dip. SM, RN, Member ATMS
By appointment Monday only
BH 6684 6124
Massage at
HEARTSPACE
Bal i
Bl i ss
0423 293 995
www.heartspacemassage.com
(ABOVE SANTOS MULLUMBIMBY)
2 hours $100
Aromatic Body Scrub
Deep Relaxing Massage
Reflexology
GIFT VOUCHERS AVAILABLE
SAL SA & L AT IN
DANCING
Beginners 6pm, Improvers 7pm
Starts Monday October 18
Classes also in Lismore & Ballina
No partner required
Phone Leyla 0429 053 088
www.sassy salsa.com.au
Sassy
Salsa
t a n t r a
tui ti on* massage * counsel l i ng
L avi r as i nvi tes you to ex per i ence
tantr i c pr acti ces gather ed f r om
ar ound the wor l d dur i ng her
11year s as a pr acti ti oner of
sacr ed sex ual ar ts
i nf o www.i nti kana.com
0422 294 215
5th Byron Integrative
Medicine Conference
What works!
November 5th & 6th
See:
www.byroninhealth.com
All practitioners welcome
Instructions for production
BRENT VERCO
BYRON CHIROPRACTIC
6685-8159
THURS AM
MULLUM CHIROPRACTIC
6684-1028
THURS PM, MON,WED & FRI
CHIROPRACTOR
BABY SWIM
9Heated indoor splash pool
9Infant & toddler classes
9Adult aqua yoga class
9Skilful & gentle tuition
9Enjoy beautiful Mevlana
Ph Mukti on
6684 3153
DipEd., Aust.
Swim Certificate
9 yrs experience
Professional Masseuse
for Women’s Health
Margot Hays - Registered Nurse
P: 02 6687 2988
M: 0412 394 932
t Remedial Massage
Therapist
t Deep Tissue
t Relaxation
t Energy Healing
t Ear Candling
t Foot D-tox Spa
Jul i e Wel l s
Dip. Som. Psych
Somatic Psychotherapist
Individual and Couple
Therapy
Supervision and Coaching
6685 5185 or 0401 277 688
EWINGSDALE
PHYSIOTHERAPY
DORN SPINALTHERAPY
CRANIOSACRAL
ACUPUNCTURE
SHIATSU
Renata Tenta (MAPA)
Ph: 6684 7838
Mb: 0437 647 137
0402 770 441
Beginners Classes
Wednesdays 8am & 5.30pm
5 week course starts 13th Oct
You are never
practice Iyengar Yoga
www.byronyogalounge.com
too old or stif to
YOGA and MASSAGE
By r on Sur f Cl ub, Mai n Beach
0407 807797
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YOGA YOGA
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10 - 11.30am
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D avi na
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Li l a
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Celebration ‘Puja’ of the Heart
~ a Sacred Devotional Circle
Learn howto bring Tantric Love, Joy
& Awakening into your everyday life.
Free event, all welcome
22 October 7–9.30pm
Lotus Temple, 1/5 Wollongbar St,
Byron A&I Estate
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HEALING HANDS
Deep tissue, remedial and relaxation
massage, 20+ years exp, 7 days.
Ph Bernie 0407431588 Suffolk Park
OSTEOPATH
A biodynamic approach to Osteopathy
in the cranial field
ANDREW HALL
New Brighton. 66802027
Not your usual Osteopathy
BACK AT WORK NOW
RELAXATION MASSAGE
1st massage $40, Sunrise area
Ph Raphaelle 0438348444
BODY BALANCE MASSAGE
Quality therapeutic bodywork,
20 yrs experience. Herbert 0408782834
BREATHWORK
Accredited courses and sessions
www.rebirthing.com.au · 0413167688
Sexual Counselling
Alison Rahn qualified sex therapist
www.alisonrahn.com.au 0432599812
MASSAGE & INJURY MANAGEMENT
JAMIE BENNETT B. Clin. Sci., Dip.
Rem. Mass., Dip. Ex. Sci.
Specialising in sports/work injuries, back
pain relief & rehab, remedial & relaxation
20 yrs exp. Rebates. 0403401696
BEST MOBILE MASSAGE therapeutic
20yrs exp. Phone Julie 0419339319
Cranio Sacral
with Martina Rigby, Physiotherapist,
at Mullum Physio Centre 66843255
at Ocean Shores 0432322998
Health Fund Rebates
THAI MASSAGE 1.5 hrs $50, home visit
$60. Ekka, 7 days 66804478. Traditional
JAW R.E.S.E.T. HEALING
Relieves teeth grinding etc, theta
healing beliefs, D.N.A activation &
readings. Sound chakra healing.
Voyager tarot, life readings. 0429194912
ª Swedish Aroma OiI Massage ª
magentamassage.co.cc - 0422138644
TRADITIONAL THAI MASSAGE
Thai masseur, 1hr $40 & 2hrs $65
Ph Nui 66771670, 0410519341
EASY CLEANSE
Spring is here, feel great, join us now.
The Mullum Herbals 2 week
Easy Cleanse. Phone 66843002
ASHTANGA YOGA
Mon-Fri at 9.30am. All levels welcome.
Enquiries ph Sam 0412147020
MASSAGE $50 1HR Swedish relaxation,
7 days, Byron. Ph 0438024766
MASSAGE
@ BODY BALANCE, 2/111 Jonson St
Sun, Mon & Tues with Claire Hay
Phone 0414243491
Wed, Thurs, Fri & Sat with Herbert
Phone 0408782834
Tantric Experience
Sensual & sacred massage combining
ancient tech with loving guidance. 18
yrs exp. Lucy 66854918, 0427917960
Kahuna Bodywork
Relaxation, Alignment & Balance
Clinic in Mullum, Mon-Fri, 9-5.30pm
Weekends by appointment only.
Opposite The Echo. Ph 66844883
MASSAGE WITH BRIGITTE
Therapeutic · Lomi Lomi · Kahuna
· Hot Rock · Pregnancy. Wed, Thur, Fri
A & I Est Byron. Ph 0402503603
REMEDIAL MASSAGE
MIDDLE POCKET
Debra Casey Dip RM, fully accredited,
Health fund rebates. Ph 66803309
DETOX
Colonic hydrotherapy, naturopathy,
detox programs, massage,
Natalie 0458633869 www.
byronbaydetoxretreats.com.au
MASSAGE/ BODYWORK
Egbert Weber ND, funds
Structural, sports, cranio, 0428839009
YOGA with KAREN
Wednesday 9am, Brunswick Valley
Community Centre. Ph 66850164
BALINESE TRADITIONAL MASSAGE
& Chakra Rebalancing, 1 hour $55.
Ph Ming 66872988, 0422722561
YOGA TEACHER TRAINING
with Flo Fenton’s Intouch Yoga in Suffolk
Park. One day per week, Wed or Fri,
8am-4.30pm, March to Dec 2011. Full
details: www.intouchyogabyronbay.com
Phone 0266859910
KARENA’S BACK!
SATURDAY YOGA - 10AM
Byron Yoga Lounge
Phone 0431458953
FUNKY MOVES DANCE STUDIO
Adults open Ballet class, Wed 9.30am,
Adults open contemporary class, Fridays
9.30am, classes start Wed 13 Oct & Fri
15 Oct. Ph Nina 0408412788
www.funkymoves.com.au
MOBILE MASSAGE
12 yrs exp. Emma 0448471653
KAHUNA MASSAGE
Relax, Release, Renew. 0468747250
OCEAN SHORES
HEALTH
Welcomes Chiropractor David Ackerman
on Mondays. Phone 66884136
Postnatal Doula
For gentle support after the birth of your
baby. Call Nicola 66846264
HELP ME HELP YOU
I’m in training and need experience
practicing transformational kinesiology.
By donation. Ph David 0402022111
African Holistic Health Practitioner,
sport remedial, Thai, Chinese modalities.
Ph John 0400644937
Pre Fit Groups Aerobic Circuit Training
every Friday 5.30pm at Beech Dr park,
Suffolk Park, $20 each. Book now
0432102365 · www.ft4youftness.com.au
HEART OF YOGA
Tired of high priced yoga and
spiritual commerce?
Interested in root teachings
for everyday life?
You have a friend. Ph 0403364212
ECHO
CLASSIFIEDS
66841777
CLOTHING & ALTRNS
TILLYS REPAIRS - IN TOWN
ex Byron Fabrics
Ph 66855985 or 0423331850
ALTERATIONS, SEWING & REPAIRS
Phone on 66855976 or 0411530670
FI’S FIX IT ALTERATIONS & REPAIRS
Ph Fiona 66857627 or 0419587190
ART & ARTISANS
COSTUMED INDIAN DANCERS will
dance, pose for & inspire artists at the
Tweed River Art Gallery on October 31st
10am. www.wix.com/aumshanti/arts
CHILDCARE
ª CONSCIOUS CHILDCARE ª
Casual ok. Linda Flower 0421892812
FOR HIRE
TRICKY SOUND PA HIRE small to very
large systems. Ph 0421280461
EVENT & PARTY HIRE
Audio & lighting. 0418676534 or
66722680 · mdafnis@bigpond.net.au
HALLS FOR HIRE
EWINGSDALE HALL AVAILABLE
for your next function. Ph 0421878556
COORABELL HALL FOR HIRE recently
revi tal i sed! www.coorabel l hal l .net
Bookings 66871307
TRADEWORK
BRUNSWICK VALLEY
DIGGER MAN
Excavator & tipper hire. 0427172684
Byron Bay Bobcat
IAN MILGATE 0412853479
All areas, bobcat & tipper hire, augers,
rubbish removal, site clearing
TREE SERVICES
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A new practitioner is to join Te
Space Between. Dr Christina
Virago (PhD), registered Art
Psychoterapist specialises in the
impact of distress on health for
children and adults.
When distress is beyond words,
image making can help tell the
unspoken story. Being ‘artistic’
is not necessary. Everyone can
tell stories through pictures.
If you would like to know
more please call 0416 333 990
to arrange an appointment.
Brazilian $38–$40
½ Leg & Brazilian $50
Full Leg & Brazilian $60
G-String $25
Bikini $20
Full Leg & Bikini $45
½ Leg & Bikini $35
½ Leg $25
Full Leg $35
Full Arm $20
½ Arm $15
Underarm $10–$15
MEN’S WAX
Chest $35
Back $35
Y-front $38
Call or SMS Lisa for your booking
0401 839 223
After hours appointments available
t ou ch - i n ma ssa ge
www.t ouch-i nmassage.com.au
6684 6982 / 0403 730 304
m a st i m a d l er
massage treatments and courses
Ayur vedi c Yoga massage
cour se
Oct 16/17 & 30/31 Oct 30/31 & Nov 20/21
HOLISTIC GYM & HEALTH CENTRE

6 Month Membership $390
Special includes classes, full gym use
& a complimentary sauna & massage
chair 5 pass!
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MULLUMBIMBY... THE HEALTHIEST PLACE ON EARTH
www.mullumsari.com
35 Burringbar Street º Mu||umbimby º 6684 2719
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Aquasana Water Filter
Local Price $150
vitality 600 Refurbished
3 Yr Warranty $495
Black Oscar 900
Surplus Stock $349
SANTOS HEALTH
FOOD ALLERGY TESTING
Our experienced naturopaths will be doing allergy tests including
a 20 minute consultation for $180 (covering product cost). It’s
simple, fast, accurate, safe and tests against 59 foods including
gluten, dairy, eggs, grain, legumes and more.
Please call our Byron store on 66857071 or Mullumbimby on
66843773 to book an appointment.
For over 20 years, Santos has ofered free naturopathic advice to
our community. We have a large range of herbals; many of our
creams, powders and remedies are
formulated in store by our naturopaths.
Advice available Monday to Saturday
All welcome. Enquiries: Diana Ewing 9 Myocum St Mullumbimby
P: 02 6684 3431 M: 0407 455 212 E: dianaewing@bigpond.com
MONDAY
9.30-11.30am Hatha Diana
3.30-5.00pm Hatha Diana
TUESDAY
6.30-8.00am Consta
9.30-11.30am Vinyassa Deb
5.30-7.00pm Dru Yoga Diana
WEDNESDAY
9.30-11.30am Beginners Diana
5.30-7.00pm Hatha Diana
THURSDAY
9.30-11.30am Consta
3.30-5.00pm Hatha Diana
5.30-7.00pm Hatha Diana
FRIDAY
9.30-11.30am Hatha Diana
5.30-6.30pm Flow Yoga Sol
SATURDAY
8.30-10.30am Hatha Pennie & Paul
SHIATSU
by
appointment
Gift
Vouchers
Available
10 WEEK BEGINNERS YOGA COURSE STARTS MON 11 OCT 6-7.30PM
STRETCH, BREATHE, RELAX & DISTRESS – BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL
Liz Costigan 0402 770 441
1aBanksiaDrive
(aboveLoisLaneShoes)
Iyengar teachers study intensively for 4 / 5 years &
continue ongoing training.
Groups & Private
Lessons available
www.byronyogalounge.com
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10am 5.30pm
Julie
Liz (level I/II)
Liz Restorative
Julie(level II/III)
Claire
8am
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beginners
* *
Liz (level I)
Liz 6pm
Beginners / Refresher 5 week course starts 13th October
*
(level I)
4pm
(beg)
Iyengar Yoga
Suitable for
all ages & those with injuries
Glenn Ceresoli 6-9pm $40.00
Karena
beginners *
T I M E M ON T UES WE D T HU R FR I S A T
Pregnancy
Massage
Pregnancy
Massage
A s ht a ng a
Joan
Pr e n a t a l
Emma
M u ms/ T ot s
Emma
Pr e n at a l
Emma
Pr e n a t a l
Natasha
Yoni Yoga: Roxy
M um s/ Bub s
Emma
9 . 30a m
11a m
Afternoon
5:30pm
7:30pm
Mir anda
Deep Hatha
Star ts: 25/10
Kids Yoga
Vinyasa Flo
Geoff 7am
Community
Acupuncture
9 - 12 pm
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Emma: 0410 576 26 7
5 / 102 Cente n n i al Ci r c u it , B y r o n A r ts & Ind u str ia l Es t a te ( f i r s t l eft afte r B P )
www.redtentyoga.com.au / emma@redtentyoga.com.au
Teen
Temple Dance
Sienna 4:15
YOGA & MASSAGE IN BYRON ARTS & INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
Yoga Sutras Workshop w/ Michael De Manicor, Sun17 Oct, 9-4pm
Yoga Teacher Get-Together, Sun17 Oct, 4:30-7pm (Chai, Chat & Kirtan)
r esumes 2011
Max Schl uet er
Pilat es classes $15:
Mo 10- 11am & We 8. 30- 9. 30am
Classes are limit ed t o 4
part icipant s - Bookings required!
Ph: 6684 1028
Mob: 0432 417 327
110 Dalley St reet , Mullumbimby
mullumbimbyfit ness. com. au
MCSurf / Byron Bay Surfboard Co.
3 Banksi a Dr, Byron Ind Est
02 6685 8778
WETSUIT SALE
whi l e stock l asts
FACTORY OUTLET
OPEN TO PUBLI C
Surfboard Repai r
ASBESTOS
REMOVAL
Licensed & Insured
No job too big
or small
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6687 7674 / 0412 55 88 90
ALL ASPECTS OF
TREE WORK & STUMP REMOVAL
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Happy to help!!
A VERY HANDY MAN TO KNOW!!
CHOPPY CHOP
TREE SERVICES
Fully insured professionals
Qualified arborist
18” chipper, stump grinders,
cherry picker, bobcat & cranetruck.
Phone: 6684 6650
0408 202 184
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COMPUTERS
kenscomputers.com.au new & used
PC’s, parts - service - repairs, virus &
system cleanup, upgrades. 66844116
FOR SALE
FIREWOOD
DELIVERIES
- HONEST & RELIABLE -
Best rates & service in the Shire.
Phone Matt 0427172684
VACUUM BAGS
To suit most makes & models
BRIDGLANDS
Mullumbimby. 66842511
COMPOST TOILETS
Garry Scott · 66843468
TIMBER, pine, treated pine, hardwood,
mouldings, sleepers, fencing, Koppers
logs, ply, MDF, lattice, made to order.
Brims Builders Hardware, Billinudgel
02 66801718, Sth Tweed 07 55236002
BAY RECLAIMED
New & recycled building materials
Timber · ply · decking · pavers
· recycled foorboards. Ph 66855991
BABY & CHILDRENS ITEMS
‘BRUNS KIDS’
Specialising in recycled baby & childrens
needs, clothes, toys, books, prams, high
chairs. Next to Bruns Bakery. 66851135
BLANK DVDs
CDs & Mini DV tapes
BRIDGLANDS
Mullumbimby. 66842511
BILLINUDGEL
LANDSCAPING SUPPLIES
Now open Sunday 10am-12pm.
Check out our raised garden beds and
mulches to give your garden a lift.
Ph 66804555 for delivery
BICYCLES buy, sell, repair, recycle. Adult
bikes from $50. Phil 0413779223
CLEMS CARGO
SECONDHAND SHOP
Quality furniture, reasonable prices.
Wed-Sat from 10am,
38 Tweed St, Bruns. 66851213
WARD’S
Landscape Supplies
Wooden railway sleepers, concrete
sleepers, garden ornaments & pots,
mulches, soil, metals, gravel & more.
Mon-Fri 7.00am-5pm, Sat 7.00am-2pm.
1176 Myocum Rd, Mullum. 66842323
GOOD used furniture bought and sold
Bridglands Mullumbimby 66842511
ARCHIBALD’S CHEAP
QUARRY PRODUCTS
Road base, gravel, blue metal and metal
dust. ALL SIZE DELIVERIES.
Phone 66845517, 0418481617
BAMBOO PLY
from $10.50sqm & Bamboo Flooring.
For ceilings, walls, doors, etc.
Ph 66884188 - sample & brochure
www.bambooply.com.au
WOOD SHAVINGS, timber kitchen
benches. Phone Stan 0412429156
TRAMPOLINES, REPLACEMENT MATS
& parts. 66851624 or 0409851624
LOCALLY HANDMADE JEWELLERY
helenluna.com.au
also available at
Hammer & Hand Jewellery Collective
Ti Tree Pl, Byron A & I Est. 10-4, 7 days
SUCCULENTS
& other unusual plants. 0438336911
BICYCLES pre-loved, fully restored, all
sizes, from $50, will trade. 66804165
MAG WHEELS 17” ultra light racing, tyres
with 70% tread, new $1700, sell $550. Ph
Jay 0421485217
WASHING MACHINE auto $160, fridge
2 door $180, delivered. Ph 0413589388
DRUMS FOR SALE
from $295. 66857927, 0411843384
NEW VANITY 1200mm wide, 2 pak white,
legs, porcelain recessed bowl, $680.
Phone 66846930
FRIDGE $180 upside down, 380L, new
seals. Ph 66846000 can deliver
STUNNING DIAMOND RING 11
diamond cluster set on yellow white gold
ring, valuation certifcate at $5945, sell
half price $2900. Ph 66770040
WESTINGHOUSE FRIDGE 2 door, as
new, $200. Ph 0412825116
ANTIQUE CLAW FOOT BATH
$500 ono. Phone 66802419
TIMBER Mango slabs 1.5 x 800, 6 of.
Red Ìronbark 350 x 4.1, all $350 each.
Ph 0413437726
COMPOST TOILET Enviro Options,
$3000 new, sell $600. Ph 66882386
GYM equipment: bench press, stepper &
stomach cruncher, $100 ono. 66856073
LAVAZZA ITALIAN
ESPRESSO MACHINE
A Modo Mio + cappuccino frother, also
comes with samples of Lavazza coffee!
Both new & unused in original sealed
boxes. Great for home, small business
or your holiday property! New $398, will
sell for $315. Phone 0414622440
DOUBLE BED as new $100. Phone
0417421064
GOLDEN CYPRUS floor boards, de-
nailed, stacked approx 55sqm (87x18mm)
& 25sqm (89x19mm) = 900lin.m $2000
the lot. Phone 0413721410
FRIDGE/FREEZER 2 door W’house,
415L, frost free, vgc $180. 0459304765
VICTA LAWN EATER mower, nr new,
high end model with Briggs & Stratton 450
series motor, 148cc, great machine used
3 times to tidy up a Brisbane garden for
house sale. Cost over $350, selling $250.
Ocean Shores 66190503
RAZOR PRO SCOOTER extras, vgc,
$100. Phone 0401022255
MULLUMBIMBY 2ND HAND
Hardwood timber, building materials,
French doors, bi-fold doors, entry doors,
4 panel doors & coloured windows.
Ph 66843063 or 66841246
FRIDGE Simpson 2 door fridge, excel
cond, 606L, $600 ono. 0413490834
NARNIA NURSERY
Great range of hardy landscape plants.
Spray free MULCH $5 a bale. Myocum
Ph 0419771514, 66848030
COUCHES: 3 seater & 2 seater, fabric
$250. Ph 0424674524
PIANO steel frame, Dohler, needs
service, $350 ono. 66859795
IKEA LOUNGES timber, 9 mths old,
$600. Drum kit, 5 pce beginners, $420.
6 seat dining, $250, exc cond. Bar fridge,
unused, $100. Ph 66843779
DIAMOND RING gentleman’s hand,
assembled 14 carat white & yellow gold
solitaire style, valuation certificate avail.
Valued at $2300, will sell for $750. 1st to
see will buy. Awesone gift. 0420752774
MOBILITY SCOOTER luxury model with
sunshade, new May 2010, never used,
new $3650, sell $2450, could deliver.
Phone 0420411021
TRAILER 8 x 4'6¨, ladder racks, mag
wheels + spare, vgc, $800. 66841246
Firewood Bagged
Truck/trailer & composted manure
Phone Chris 0402040554
HOME THEATRE surround sound sys,
Panasonic, SC-DT310, 5 speakers + sub
woofer, DVD, CD receiver, digital amp,
really stylish, cherry wood veneer, silver
speaker cabinets. Email photo avail, $325
ono. Phone Clive 0438338162
ECHO CLASSIFIEDS ª 66841777
WANTED
ALL GOLD
Scrap gold, damaged/unwanted
modern & antique jewellery.
$$ Good prices paid $$
Cedar House Antiques. Ph 66842653.
30 years trading. 140 Dalley Street
Mullumbimby. Honest, reliable service
PARALYSIS TICKS unengorged females
$2.50 each, Byron collection. 66647270
GOOD used furniture bought and sold
Bridglands Mullumbimby 66842511
OLD MOTORBIKE any make, any year,
any cond. Will pickup. 0427109195
LP RECORDS
Good condition. Phone Matt 66802349
LITHUANIAN OR LATVIAN native
speaker for conversation. 0407807797
GARAGE SALES
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
MULLUM 8 Ann St, Sat, plants, broms,
clothes, bric-a-brac, furniture, books
BANGALOW 7 Marblewood Pl, 9am Sat,
blue & white china, clothing etc
SUFFOLK 6 Mango Bark Court, women's
fashion, books, massage table, surf
boards + more, Sat 8am. 0407179687
UNDER HOUSE CLEAN OUT bric-a-
brac furniture, clothes, building. 8 Clifford
St South Golden Beach, Saturday 7am
MURWILLUMBAH 40 Condong St, Sat
& Sun, 9am-2pm, retro furniture, sofa,
china, piano $500, books. 66728316
CONTENTS OF BEACH FRONT HSE
Loads of art - 60+ paintings and prints,
huge Tapa, quality beds - queen x 2 &
king single x 2, Asian furniture, side-
by-side fridge, cheap leather sofas,
wardrobe, bedside tables, chest of
drawers, lamps, linen, crockery
and more! Rain or shine.
19 Alcorn St, Suffolk Park, Sat 8.30am
BYRON large sale, come rain or shine,
furniture incl dresser, wardrobes, shelves,
household items, bric-a-brac, baby things,
speakers, CDs, records, receiver, paint
bits, clothes, shoes, 8am, Saturday, 77
Massinger St up the back
SUNRISE 1/2 Cain Crt, Sat & Sun,
furniture & household goods
STH GOLDEN BCH 28B Hardy Ave, Sun
only 7.30am. Fridge, TVs, air conditioner,
electrical, clothes womens 10-14 & mens,
wall hangings & paintings, linen
SUFFOLK 20 Corkwood Cres, Sat 8am,
moving sale, h'hold, kids stuff, furniture,
everything must go!
MOTOR VEHICLES
CAR AUCTIONS
Buy at Dealers only through us.
Ring David 0414306152
CHOICE MADE, $$$ SAVED.
CAR RENTALS
Weekly rates. 0401606707
CASH PAID FOR
UNWANTED CARS
Local reg’d business
66845296 or 66845403 or 0413120970
ADD A PHOTO OF YOUR CAR
TO MAXIMISE ITS
SELLING POTENTIAL
Phone and ask our Echo staff for our
special rates for car photos. 66841777
CAR BODIES
REMOVED FREE
$$$s for most.
Phone 0418189324, 0438189323

HOLDEN ASTRA 2000 6 mth rego, CD,
mech A1, manual, roof rack, alloy wheels,
great car, $5700. Ph 66760242
SUBARU 4WD '83 wag, 8 mth rego, vgc,
no rust, $2500 ono. Ph 66771251
HYUNDAI COUPE 1991, 1500cc, good
runner, stereo, $1000 ono. 0414279175
HONDA ODYSSEY ’01 always serviced,
well maintained, 7 seater, $8500. Ph Dave
66841930 or 0412458913
SUBARU Liberty ’93 st-wg great features
but not running, $500 ono. 0427843374
SUBARU FORESTER '99 auto, 6 months
rego, new tyres, vgc, 305,000km, $6500
ono. Phone 66803320, 0402746829
FORD ECONOVAN '99, 12 mths rego,
good cond, low kms, $5400. 66871583
PROTON '96 great family car, p-steer,
central lock, engine A1, very eco, rego
18/04/11, $3500. 0422638090
BUSINESS FOR SALE
BRUNSWICK HEADS KEBAB SHOP
for sale. 3+3yr lease, $300pw, 4 wks
free training, with all stock. $65,000 ono.
Ph after 2.30pm 0439244558
LASER TATTOO REMOVAL
Located in the Velvet Nail Bar, Marvel
St, Byron Bay. Excellent income, small
outgoings. All equip & fully trained staff.
Earn up to $3000pw David 0417449213
SLUM DOG MILLIONAIRE opportunity
This Indian restaurant in the heart of
Mullum offers a lifestyle opportunity for a
family or couple. Est over the past 5 yrs
this business has become a local icon
with its proven delicious menu & popular
daytime coffee trade. Long lease, good
fgures, priced to sell. Ph 0414858143
BUSINESS OPP.
WARNING
The Department of Fair Trading has
warned people to be very careful about
responding to advertisements offering
work at home. Readers should be
wary if asked to pay money upfront for
employment opportunities and never
send money to a post office box.
LOCAL TOUR GUIDES
Brochures, biz partners wanted, huge
advert profts, $20K min. 0414392588
CABINS FOR SALE
STYLISH new relocatable cabins built to
your requirements from $12,000. Easy
delivery. www.countryroadcabins.com.au
Phone 0414769546
HOUSES FOR SALE
NTH OCEAN SHORES executive
home, 4br, 2 bathrm, walk to beach,
spectac ocean views $712,000
www.di ysel l .com.au ÌD: P19537
Phone 66284127, 0429023402
FOR ALL YOUR FINANCE and property
needs. Ph Michael Murray 0428555501
ENCHANTING lovingly renovated Qld’er,
oozing charm & character on 1 private
acre of luscious gardens, incl abundant
vege garden & orchard. Centrally located
on Left Bank Rd, 2 mins from Mullum
town & Shearwater Steiner school.
Double storey, high timber ceilings, very
spacious open living areas, polished
timber foors, freplace, 4br, 2 bathrm, 2
living rooms, new Jarrah kitchen, studio,
outdoor spa & huge surrounding covered
decks for alfresco entertaining with views
of Mt Warning, $888,000. Ph 0400209409
www.diysell.com.au ÌD 21231
SUFFOLK PARK 4br family home,
emmigrating, must sell, $625,000. Ph
0415215214
LAND FOR SALE
LENNOX HEAD large block, backs
onto rainforest, nice outlook, $285,000.
Ph 03 52897028 or 0427897028
KOALA BEACH Lot 386, private,
elevated, north facing, 786sqm block, opp
reserve & bike path, $215,000. 66843491
PROPERTY FOR SALE
EXQUISITE OCEAN VIEWS the most
affordable in Byron Bay. Mediterranean
duplex style house, low maintenance, 3br,
2 bathrm, DLUG, $959,000. 0414980828
HOLIDAY ACCOM.
BONDI STUDIO fully-furn & equipped,
balcony, parking, pool, walk to beach &
Junction, bus & shops at door, 2 week
min, rent negotiable. Ph 0414248266
BYRON CHRISTMAS / NEW YEAR
fabulous 4br light spac house, nature
reserve gdn, walk to beach/shops/bars
22-29/12 & 29/12-5/1 neg. 0404100325
BYRON/SUFFOLK PARK spacious,
light 4br house, beautiful gdn, walk to
beach/shops/bars, $700pw incl bills.
From 12th Nov. 0404100325
SHORT TERM ACCOM.
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section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
STUDIO BYRON - TOWN tranquil,
respectful, garden setting. 0409062074
MYOCUM lovely 2br house with WiFi,
avail 15/10 - 30/10, $420pw. 66844017
BALI STYLE VILLA 5 min Byron, 1br fully
furn, self-cont + laundry, carport. Very
private, $300pw incl elect. 0434407860
SUNRISE BEACH 2 x rooms, $150pw
incl all bills and internet, fully-furn house
and room. Text owner on 0425301008.
Avail for 5 weeks until 18 Nov. Photos at:
http://users.linknet.com.au/byronbusker/
MULLUM mid Nov to end Jan 3br, brick,
quiet area. Reliable people to take care
of house & 2 cats, rent neg. 66842927
STH GOLDEN BCH 4 wks at reduced
rent 12/11-10/12, large 3br, 2 bathrm
home, close to shops & beach, $250pw.
Phone 0420752774
BYRON/SUFFOLK PARK spacious,
light 4br house, beautiful gdn, walk to
beach/shops/bars, $700pw incl bills.
From 12th Nov. 0404100325
HOUSE SIT
MATURE MALE n/s, d/f, employed to
care for your home & pets, exc refs, avail
now. Phone 0401038576
SHARE ACCOM.
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
MY OWN GYM
No contracts, $13.50 per week
150 members only, 24 hr access
Ph 0401514319
LENNOX lovely new home, sgl $150pw,
cpl $195pw incl bills. Ph 0421968575
OCEAN SHORES share contemp home,
ocean views $150pw + exp. Ph 66804686
BALLINA fully furn house, worker, n/s,
d/f, $130pw. Ph 0414618110
BEACH Suffolk master br ens, for cpl,
mod in house $260pw neg. 0421288978
SUNRISE partly furn room, $160pw
plus elect, long term pref. Text or call
0413613257 or 0419636173
SKENNERS HEAD / LENNOX HEAD
share with cool gay guy. One room avail
in new beautiful 3br townhouse, $175pw
+ bond, close to Sharpes Beach, pool,
large backyard. Ph John 0413526276
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2000 Subaru Outback wagon
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ROOM AVAILABLE for cool, happening
female in share house. Rainforest garden,
wireless broadband, pool, 5 min to town.
$150pw + bond. Phone Tashi 0402630487
LENNOX HEAD bedroom in fully-furn
family home, avail to over 21 non-smoker,
$140pw + expenses or $170pw inclusive.
Phone 0417431201
BYRON lge loft suite, own bthrm, views to
Broken Hd, suit d/f, n/s, prof, cpl $250pw
+bills. E shelleydriverooms@gmail.com
BYRON room to rent, close to town/
beach, big leafy back yard, $100pw +
bond, bills incl. Ph 66858529
BYRON un-furn room, share with 2 fun,
friendly people, $155pw + bills + bond. 2
level house, big yard. Ph 0450271115 or
0414492500.
BRUNSWICK HEADS top spot, f-furn,
great views, close to beach, share with
mature female, $150pw + bills. 66851951
MYOCUM 3 rooms price neg 0421509291
sober, responsible, shanti
BAYWOOD CHASE ex large furn bedrm
+ ensuite, cable TV, internet, $200pw
share bills. Ph 66854459
STH GOLDEN BCH room avail in 3br
house with 1 other, fem pref, gay friendly,
n/s, no pets, $170pw. Ph 0415397564
BETWEEN BYRON & Bangalow $150pw
incl elect, no pets, n/s. 0402668526
OCEAN SHORES n/s, 20-35 yo person
to share large beautiful fully furnished
house, 600m from beach $150pw + bills.
Phone Toby 0438758374
MYOCUM very light room with ensuite
$180pw + bills. Beautiful sanctuary in
quiet setting. Conscious mature friendly
h’hold. Ph Nic 0425735890, 66843116
BYRON CENTRAL opp beach, furn room
in chilled house, twin share/dbl, short/long
stay. 0408855738
NTH OCEAN SHORES share home with
1 other, ensuite, WIR, $175pw incl all bills
+ WiFi. Ph 0439866293
BYRON room available, close to CBD, in
large 3br luxury apartment, Austar, heated
pool & internet, $160pw all bills incl, to
share with 2 others. Ph 0404318404
NTH O. SHORES quiet, beachside, 2
rooms + bathrm, d/f, a/f, employed fem
pref $220pw + bills. Ph 66803232
SUNRISE dbl br, d/f, clean, quiet, $250pw
internet & bills incl. 0401035329
BYRON CENTRAL f-f rooms in funky
share house, sgl from $140pw, dbl from
$230pw no bills. Phone 0421925531
ROOM in rural house, quiet sgl working
fem, n/s, d/f, $150pw + bills. 66845594
BYRON room with ensuite in quiet,
creative house for single, mature,
working female, $185pw bills incl. Phone
0411280602 after 2pm
BYRON in town, private, quiet & safe, fem
only, n/s, d/f house, lge furn sunny room,
private patio & garden $140pw + $15 bills.
Phone 66853741
OCEAN SHORES nice room, $150pw
inclusive. Phone Natalie 0411639450
BYRON close to town, share 3br home
with 1 other, $190pw incl all bills, phone
+ wireless, must be working. 0414658088
MULLUM town, room for d/f, n/s. B’band
$130pw + bills. 66844478, 0437860640
MYOCUM lovely house, dbl bedrm, quiet,
$170pw incl, short let ok. 66843837
BYRON we are looking for a fabulous
professional, considerate person to share
an amazing exotic house in Byron Bay.
Three separate living areas, complete
outdoor kitchen and jacuzzi, quiet street,
5 mins to beach, 1 room avail, $175pw +
bond. Phone 66855592
SUNRISE room in large house for working
person, $150pw. Ph 0410799686
LENNOX lge room in clean & quiet home,
close beach/lake for mat wkg fem 35+ n/s,
d/f, $155pw + elect. Ph 66874875
ROOM in great house, close to beach,
Suffolk, $120pw. Phone 0405122456
BRUNS large furnished room, own bthrm
+ entrance, close to beach/shops, pref
fem, $150pw incl bills. 0408620184
FEDERAL great room with balcony in 4br
house on acreage for happy harmonious
creative person, $170pw. 0410075168
TO LET
BANGALOW SELF STORAGE
Hi-tech security. 66872333
SUFFOLK generous furnished studio
opposite nature reserve, 50m to beach,
n/s, working single/couple, $300pw incl
bills. Phone 0422229567
BYRON Lilli Pilli, elegant recently renov
open plan 1br & office, trop gdn, off street
parking, suit working cpl, long lease,
avail 6 Nov. No pets, n/s, bond, utilities,
$450pw. Photos on flicker 66807786
CARAVANS & CABINS from $195pw.
Apply in person to Byron Bay Tourist
Village, Ewingsdale Road.
PROPERTIES REQUIRED
for permanent & holiday, good tenants
waiting. Phone Gail Fuller 66808111
BANGALOW RENT A SHED
Self storage sheds fr $25pw. 66871306
MULLUM 5km, 1br, unfurn flat for quiet,
mature female worker, n/s, d/f no kids/
pets, $215pw + elect. 66843154
OCEAN SHORES beautiful light filled 1br
apt, $225pw incl bills. Ph 66802421
O.SHORES s-c space, clean, light, mod,
n/s, d/f, $170pw + expenses. 0433880405
or morthern@linknet.com.au
OCEAN SHORES bedsit, verandah
kitchen for fem sgl n/s $175pw 66804613
ROSEBANK semi-furn granny flat, all incl,
great for a couple, $210pw. 0421159793
WATERFRONT relaxing retreat, elevated
headland on 1.5 acres, 2 older style
cottages, McClay Is. (Moreton Bay) pref
12 mth lease, $350pw. 0413437726
TYAGARAH beautiful light airy 1br studio,
stunning views & maint gardens, very
private, suit prof working person, furniture
optional, n/s, d/f, $300pw. 0423361378
MYOCUM studio, open plan, suit sgl/cpl,
n/s, quiet property, $250pw. 66847003
MULLUM town, near new p-furn cottage,
covered deck, open plan, quiet, suit n/s
working cpl/person, $350pw incl elect,
water + bond, no pets. 0439939292
O.SH 3br, 3 decks, new oven & paint, no
pets, n/s, couple, $350pw. 0413153489
MYOCUM private, scenic studio for 1
person only, $200pw + gas. 0417286951
BYRON HILLS lge caravan with annex,
quiet working person, $180pw. 66853521
BYRON private s-c studio, nth facing with
large verandah, n/s, d/f working person
$280pw incl bills & WiFi. Ph 66854242
SUFFOLK lovely 2br renov fully-furn flat,
wood floors, timber & granite kitchen,
leafy garden, suit couple or 1 single, not
suitable for children or dogs, $360pw incl
elect & water. Ph 66848269
MULLUM 4km, self-cont 1br unit from
$220pw, suit mature single. 0410437948
ROSEBANK self-cont rustic accom,
caravan + annex on acreage, avail now
$65pw + bills. Ph 66882162
POSSUM CK studio, 1br, f-f, self-cont,
warm, private, $400pw. 66872686.
Go to www.fridayhut.com/studio.php
BRANDON ST Suffolk, 3br, open plan
living, decks, private garden, SLUG,
$500pw, long lease. Ph 66853741
FUNKEY FOREST RETREAT
Unique opportunity to lease private
forest retreat centre on 200acs with
ocean & mountain views 15 min Mullum
5br, 3 bath + studio for d/f vego’s only.
66804845,
OCEAN SHORES
3br + office, 2 storey, DLUG, $400pw
3br villa, ens, LUG, $440pw
4br house, 3 bthrm, 2 living areas
ocean view, pool, lge DLUG, $550pw
BRUNSWICK HEADS
3br 1st floor unit, LUG, $355pw
3br 1st floor unit, river views, $480pw
4br unit, river views, LUG, $480pw
MULLUMBIMBY
3br, 2 storey, rumpus, DLUG, $375pw
RURAL - MIDDLE POCKET
Fully renovated 3br home, $420pw
Partly renovated 3br home, $450pw
Both homes same property, $820pw
3br house, verandahs, LUG, $430pw
NO PETS UNLESS SPECIFIED
www.siwickirealestate.com.au
Siwicki Real Estate, 17 Fingal St,
Brunswick Heads. Ph 66851206
BETWEEN
NEW BRIGHTON & POTTSVILLE
lge 2br house, 500m to beach, unique
secuded rural property, exquisite
house, $400pw. Ph 66771029
BYRON CENTRAL small s-c f-furn studio
right in town, $180pw. 0410515093
MUR’BAH 5 min walk CBD, 2br unit,
v’dah, u’c parking, $260pw. 0419610088
STH GOLDEN BCH bright & spacious 1br
flat under main house, newly renov, walk
to beach, suit single working n/s $230pw
incl bills/ internet. Ph 0423019335
MULLUM cottage in quiet location, 3km
to town, beautiful views, bath, deck, suit
sgl. $185pw + exp. Amanda 0432170268
BYRON HILLS half house, sunny 2br,
part-furn, leafy outlook, quiet street, d/f,
n/s $300pw. Pref female/couple/single
mum. Ph 66854506 after 5pm
HUONBROOK new house, 2br + office, 2
toilets, open plan living/dining, fireplace,
sandstone floors, hoop pine kitchen, lge
& spacious rooms, solar backed elect &
water, lge cement patio, great views &
orchard, $390pw. 0414261414 aft 6pm
OCEAN SHORES beautiful ocean views,
garden sanctuary, 2br, lge veradah
$300pw + bills or 1br, ens, wir $200pw.
N/s, d/f. 1 dog ok, no cats Ph 66805789
SUFFOLK PARK 4br, 3 bathrm, large
modern home with lap pool, DLUG,
pool & yard maintenance incl, avail now,
$850pw. Ph Gail Fuller R/E 66808111
WANTED TO RENT
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
EXECUTIVE BUSINESS OWNERS
require unit or house to rent in
Brunswick Heads. Great refs available.
Ph 0408590724 or 0400076651
QUIET working couple looking for private
rural home, Mullum area. 0459788668
PROFESSIONAL woman & gorgeous
staffy dog seek share self-cont studio or
other in Byron area, exc refs, long lease
pref. Ph Suzy 0412280102
PROF local woman seeks lovely cottage
or apartment in Byron. Long term, min 6
months from 8/11. Ph 0432534787
3 BR HOUSE on acreage, close to Byron
/ Bangalow / Mullum for reliable local
working family. Reasonably priced rental
only. Phone 0421192699
FEMALE n/s author from Europe
seeks lovely, quiet furnished cottage/
apartment/ room close to the beach
in the Byron area from mid Nov/beg
Dec to end Jan to finish her novel.
Email: butterfly4u@gmx.net
MATURE FEMALE / farm girl seeks
trade with pet care, especially good with
horses. Moira 0457209027
QUIET mat fem student, n/s, d/f + house
trained older desexed cat need g-flat or
studio close Mullum or M’bah. 66845594
EXC FEMALE TENANT single, no pets
or kids, n/s, exc refs, working student,
around $200pw, Byron. 0413879901
WANTED: Landlord who appreciates
honest & responsible tenants. We are 3
alch free & d/f adults who are looking for
a long term home. Conscious & clean,
looking to rent or housesit 3+ br house in
Byron area, up to $480pw. 0407908869
WWOOFA
FREE FOOD & accommodation in
exchange for help with small family &
garden, backpackers ok, 15 minutes to
Byron. Ph 0434390338, 66804714
TO LEASE
A GRADE OFFICE SPACE
3/59 Centennial Crt Byron A & I Est
68sqm ground floor, modern, fitted
$330pw. 0447475225, 66807788
BYRON SHIRE STORAGE space
available. Phone 0428657549
STORAGE AVAILABLE contact Elders
Bangalow. Phone 66871500
WORKSHOPS BILLINUDGEL from
$50pw, free elect. Siwicki RE 66851206
BYRON CBD Fletcher St 70sqm, $635pw
incl outgoings avail now good exposure
Phone 0418441675
SPACE at Station Street Studios,
Mullumbimby, art studio or storage,
36sqm & 45sqm, avail 18 October. Phone
Bianca 66847522
BYRON A & I EST factory unit, 150sqm,
dual frontage, parking, modern, cool,
current rent, $360pw. Ph 0419447022
CENTRAL BYRON CBD OFFICE
50sqm quality fit out, ready to go
Flex lease terms, $375-$469pw + GST.
Phone 0438809556
Brunswick Heads Town Centre
56sqm shop, $1750/mth, incl o’goings.
130sqm prime street front $POA
9 Mogo Pl, Billinudgel
Showroom + yard $3300/mth
Siwicki Real Estate, 17 Fingal St,
Brunswick Heads. Phone 66851206
Art / Craft / Design
Seed studio/gallery,
Byron Arts & Ind Est, 18sqm mezz,
$70pw incl elect. Small office space
$42pw incl elect. Ph Silva 0402909193
BANGALOW OFFICE SPACE
Professionals wanted to share
beautiful, newly refurbished office
space. Web design company,
includes desks/technology,
great location, leafy courtyard.
Contact: annie@webmanage.com
ECHO
CLASSIFIEDS
66841777
POSITIONS VACANT
WARNING
The Department of Fair Trading has
warned people to be very careful about
responding to advertisements offering
work at home. Readers should be
wary if asked to pay money upfront for
employment opportunities and never
send money to a post office box.
TAXI DRIVERS BYRON SHIRE
Drivers required, shifts available.
Full training provided. Ph BH 66209211
email: info@byronbaytaxis.com
MODELS 18+ years required. Nude
female for Picture and People magazines.
No experience required. All shapes and
sizes. Backpackers welcome. Good
money. Professional accredited ACP
photographer. Ph 0413627846
NEW BRI GHTON TRADI NG POST
FOR CONVENI ENCE AND FRI ENDLY SERVI CE
7 Days Post Office & Banking
(from 7am until close)
Bottleshop Newsagency
Bait & Tackle General Store
COOPERS CLEAR
SUN-THURS 7AM-7.30PM FRI-SAT 7AM-8PM
50 RIVER STREET, NEW BRIGHTON
PH/FAX: 02 6680 1102
SUPER SPECIALS UNTIL MON OCT 25
COOPERS PALE ALE
COOPERS MILD ALE
$32
99
$41
99
NEW!
LOW CARB BEER
$38
99
PRDnationwide Ocean Shores
Contact Bree & Jo 6680 4400
OCEAN SHORES
Avail Early Oct $400/week
inc lawn & garden main.
3 bed/1 bath DLUG new duplex.
Nice views. This property is
for sale.
Avail now, $450/week
incls lawn & garden maint, 3
bed/ 2 bath villa, single lockup
garage. 6-12 month lease.
Avail Now $350/week
inc lawn & garden main
2 bed/1 bath high set timber
home. This property is for sale.
Avail Mid Oct $430/week
incls pool & lawn main. 3 bed/
1 bath double undercover
parking, fully fenced, separate
one bed studio. This property
is for sale.
Avail now, $425/week,
incls lawn maint, 3 bed/ 2 bath
home, single lock up garage,
pets neg, lease neg.
NORTH OCEAN SHORES
Avail now $400/week
incls lawn & garden maint, 3
bed/ 2 bath two storey home,
double lockup garage, lease
neg. This property is for sale.
MARK COCHRANE
REAL ESTATE
6684 2663
61 Burringbar St, Mullumbimby
RESIDENTIAL
OCEAN SHORES
2 b’rm unit, open plan living/dining area,
1 bathroom, external verandah, single
carport. Avail now $240 p/w.
MULLUMBIMBY
3 b’rm unit, new kitchen & bathroom,
close to shops, fenced yard, SLUG.
Avail now $350 p/w.
3 b’rm brick home with SLUG, sep
lounge, close to shops & school, avail
now $350 p/w. Outdoor pets neg.
3 b’rm brick home, new kitchen sep
lounge, family room, SLUG.
Avail 18th Oct $415 p/w
3 b’rm brick home, 2 way bathroom
and sep toilet, open plan living/dining,
outdoor covered area, DLUG.
Avail 25th Oct $390 p/w.
MAIN ARM
2 b’rm home with study and modern
studio, 2 bathrooms, lounge room,
dining room, undercover outdoor area,
carport, lawns included.
Avail now $440 p/w.
COMMERCIAL - MULLUMBIMBY
Large range of Industrial Units available
to lease. Approx completion Nov 2010
Unit 2 – 376 m
2
, mezzanine, disabled
toilet, parking, roller doors, $120 m
2
+
GST, plus outgoings
NO PETS AT ANY OF THESE PROPERTIES
UNLESS OTHERWISE STATED.
L.J. Hooker
Brunswick Heads
6685 0177
5/16 The Terrace, Brunswick Heads
BRUNSWICK HEADS
2br unit, close to town, $300pw
MULLUMBIMBY
1br unit, new kitchen, air con,
commercial area $230pw
OCEAN SHORES
1br ground floor unit,
w/SLUG $220pw
3br house, open plan,
on Waterlily Park, $400pw
3br house, quiet location, $380pw
SOUTH GOLDEN BEACH
2br house, large porch,
close to beach $350pw
RURAL-BILLINUDGEL
1br granny flat, polished timber floors,
air con, $200pw
Casual Chefs
30-40 hours per week
Applicants need to be
available to work day and
nights, 7 days. Must be able
to work in a busy, fast-paced
environment. Must be keen,
enthusiastic and reliable.
Please send resume to
Beach kitchen at the
Beach Hotel or email
jhollis@beachhotel.com.au
New Brighton
6 Strand Ave, New Brighton 6680 1594
www.eldersnewbrighton.com.au
We currently have Properties
available to Lease in South Golden
Beach, New Brighton and
Ocean Shores. Please contact our
office for details or view our website
References essential.
Why is there
25 choices for
toilet cleaners
but only two
political parties?
Let’s change the sheets and
flush the major parties down
the drain this election
Professional, dedicated
Chef or Cafe Cook
required to join our team for
the coming summer season &
beyond. Breakfast & lunch shifts.
Competent people only need
apply. We have two positions
available. Some weekend shifts.
Immediate start.
Send CV to
info@poinciana.com or call
02 6684 4036 for info
Byron Beach
Realty
Contact Will
6685 4039
SUFFOLK PARK
ARMSTRONG ST
3 BR, 2.5 bath executive townhouse,
timber floors, balcony, pool & SLUG
$550 p/w
Byron Bay
Ray White Rental Centre
3/47 Byron Street, 6685 8911
www.rwbyronbay.com
TO LET
CEMETERY ROAD
$600pw
3 bedroom, 1 bathroom
townhouse SLUG,
furnished.
L.J. Hooker Byron Bay
6685 7300
BRYCE STREET $420pw
2 bedroom, 1 bathroom, large backyard,
located 200m from the beach, 2 garages
+ carport, avail October 1

AZOLLA PLACE
SUFFOLK PARK $580 pw
Renovated 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom
house, large garden, extended living
areas, avail October 23
MASSINGER STREET $620 pw
3 bed, 2 bath 2 storey home in complex,
f/furn with DLUG. Avail 23/10
Position Vacant
Holiday Property Manager
An amazing position in property management!
Ray White Real Estate – Byron
Bay is looking for a dynamic
person to join its team in the
holiday accommodation
department.
Experience in real estate, looking
after a property portfolio and
some office management is
essential and the ideal applicant
should live locally.
Having already completed a
certificate of registration is a
distinct advantage. You must
have an energetic attitude, be a
great communicator, be people
focussed, have strong
organisational and time
management skills.
The position involves the running
of our holiday accommodation
department with a team of three
and includes liaising with property
owners, coordinating your team,
booking holiday guests into a
wide variety of accommodation,
regular property inspections and
supervising the upscaling of the
properties presentation.
The position is full time and
includes roster work on Saturdays
and some after hours call outs.
Your CV with full details should be
directed to David Gordon asap.
Ray White Real Estate
15 Fletcher Street (PO Box 40)
Byron Bay NSW 2481
E-mail : david@rwbyronbay.com
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SOUS CHEF & APPRENTICE CHEF
positions at Fins Restaurant
A rare chance to join the passionate and
dynamic team in Australia’s most
awarded regional restaurant. Email
resume: dining@fins.com.au
CHEF / EXP SHORT ORDER COOK
required for very busy takeaway in
Byron Bay. Phone 0406371858
HOTEL ASSISTANT MANAGER
Must be fully experienced in all facets
of the hotel industry. Resumes to:
manager@themiddlepub.com.au
WOODFORD FOLK FESTIVAL
Yum Cha stall. Staff wanted.
Phone 0421700680
MUSIC TEACHER The Scarlett School is
looking for dynamic, contemporary music
teachers to join the team in piano, guitar,
voice & performance. Bachelor of Music
or equivalent training preferred. Energy &
enthusiasm to inspire students age 6 to
60. Part-time, based in Newrybar. Phone
Melia 0423778164
HAIR SALON MANAGER
Management position available
for an experienced, reliable and
enthusiastic hairdresser in the
heart of Byron. To lead a fantastic
team. Send CV & current head
shot to: salonbyron@gmail.com
or phone 0417368450
BEAUTY THERAPISTS part-time casual
positions available, retail experience
preferred. Ph 0435646365 or 66855988
FRONT DESK RECEPTIONIST Byron
Bay Tourist Village, 399 Ewingsdale Rd,
Byron Bay. Only apply in person
CHEF/COOK wanted for 2 month period
starting Nov until Jan, breakfast & lunch
5 days, possible long term employment.
Exp & refs essential. Please drop resume
at Succulent Cafe 3/8 Byron St, Byron
LA TABLE casual qualified chef with
pastry exp & great attitude to join a
professional team, long term position.
Phone 0419423638
EXPERIENCED SUCCESSFUL
RESTAURANT MANAGER
For Fresh Cafe, 3 yrs previous exp,
sound financial knowledge.
Phone 0420940887 or
Email: byronfresh@live.com.au
MARKETING PERSON
10+ hrs pw, $25 per hour for
ITALIAN AT THE PACIFIC
Immediate start. 0439978787
BARISTAS
Experienced, confident, Campos
training pref but not essential.
Email: byronfresh@live.com.au
KITCHENHAND req for Byron Gourmet
Pies. Experience essential. Email resume:
info@byrongourmetpies.com.au
OFFICE ADMIN
MIMOSA CLOTHING
16 hrs/pw including Mon & Thurs
managing pay roll, acct receivable &
payable & filing. Exp in debtor collections
& MYOB advantage. Phone 66808060
Resume to david@davidfisher.com.au
TARGA Sous Chef & apprentices
required, no travellers please. Email
applications to: cafetarga@gmail.com or
phone 0410541750
PART/FULL-TIME SHOP ASSISTANT
in a happy environment, Jonson St.
Responsible, reliable & energetic.
Phone 0432332127
REFLECTIONS RESTAURANT
Ocean Shores Country Club
seeks an experienced chef to work full
time. Must be enthusiastic, hard working
and available over Christmas.
Immediate start. Ph 0430394888
WAITRESS busy Chinese restaurant
at Bangalow, must be able to work
weekends, experienced & fast. 66872382
LOCAL TOUR GUIDES WANTED
Byron Bay, Surfers & Brisbane,
locals & visitors can apply.
Send CV to: elitecorpads@gmail.com
CHEFS & APPRENTICE CHEFS
Phone Jules at Why Not, 66807994
BYRON SKIN CARE COMPANY
Requires junior for factory duties.
Every Thursday. 0427807220
EFFICIENT CLEANERS
With an eye for detail, required for luxury
holiday accommodation in Byron Bay,
must be reliable. Please contact:
info@byronblisshouse.com.au
or phone 66771441
WORK WANTED
ECHO ACCOUNTS POLICY: Ads in this
section must be paid by credit card or in
person at time of placement.
Man with a Ute
Phone Matt 0427172684
GARDEN CARE
Mowing, brushcutting, pruning,
weeding, mulching, tip runs etc
Phone Tim 0405529275
PAINTER
PROFESSIONAL FINISH
Small jobs ok. For a quote phone
Mark 0410193557
PAINTER
Quality & affordable.
Ph Gerrit 0413476038
DECKS & PERGOLAS & all carpentry
needs. Ph for free quote 0427196962
VEGIE GARDENS RESTORED Planting,
weeding & brushcutting, & clean ups to
tip. Ph Bob 66858150 or 0422388126
FINE CARPENTRY inside/outside, new
projects and repairs. If you help - you pay
less. For a quote ph Kevin 0412640350
WINDOW CLEANING quality & service,
home and business. John 0411842117
HOUSE PAINTING reliable, fast, clean,
experienced, $28ph. Ph 66843084
GARDEN / PROPERTY maintenance by
exp prof gardener. Business/private, chain
saw work incl. Phone Tai 66843084
BOOKKEEPER / PAYROLL, MYOB +
quickbooks, 15yrs exp. Ph 0428876289
PAINTER all types of jobs, licensed,
insured, prompt and tidy. Good rates. Free
quotes. Ph Hamish 0419988048
EBAY TRADING ASSISTANT
I can sell it for you. Phone 66802654
LOCAL GUYS landscaping, gardens &
lawns, paving, tiling, ute. 0432401334
CLEANER exp, honest and reliable, local
lady, Byron area. Ph 0403527546
CARPENTER / HANDYMAN for all jobs,
20 years experience in local area.
Lic 24352C. Phone Jim 0401038576
HARD WORKING landscaping student.
Window & gutter cleaning, chainsaw
work, all your garden/property needs, exp
in bush regen, good price & good value
for your money. 0425413135 or 66845372
SUSTAINABLE LANDSCAPES
Fruit, veges, natives, design & consult.
Food & Forest Designs 0404645709
ECHO CLASSIFIEDS
66841777
TUITION
SEWING LESSONS
Beg/adv. Ph Joanne 0410344340
Language Tuition
GERMAN ª FRENCH ª ITALIAN
For school, travel, conversation.
Eva 66846760
LEARN GESTALT THERAPY
Grad Dip program. Fee - help available
66213911 · www.gestalt.org.au
LIFE, DEATH & BEYOND
Learn how facing death is key to really
living a full life. Sat 16 & Sun 17 Oct
in Byron with John Ardagh,
Psychotherapist and Shaman.
Ph 0415644020 or email:
death@quickeningevolution.org
FLUTE LESSONS
$25 per half hour. Ph Trudy 66872848
ART TUITION for Kindi to Yr 12, adults
& HSC mentorship sgl/group rates, exp
artist & high school teacher. 66845328
PIANO - Have fun learning to read & play
music. Innovative method, rapid results,
excellent for all ages. Individual/groups,
Ocean Shores. 66801861
MUSICAL NOTES
VOCAL PARTY HOSTED KARAOKE
Book now on 0408866874 or visit
www.vocalparty.com.au
PIANO & MUSIC TUITION
for adults & HSC students. Intermediate
to advanced in all styles. Theory
upgrades, ear training, improv
for readers or ear players on any
instrument. Technique adjustment & RSI
avoidance for pianists. Steve Russell
0413850037
GUITAR AMP REPAIRS, all pro audio &
custom modifications. Ph 07 55454831
www.thorphillipsaudio.com
BYRON SOUND LOUNGE rehearsals,
recording & PA hire. Ph 66808938
PIANO, DOUBLE BASS & DRUM TRIO
for your cocktail party
wedding or function
Professional ensemble performing works
by the world’s greatest jazz piano trios.
From Oscar Peterson, Dave Brubeck
to Ahmad Jamal and Brad Mehldau
Ph 0412732465 or hans@echo.net.au
PIANO TUNER & RESTORER
Phil Shayer Nat. Dip. Mit. CLcm. UK
Friendly free advice.
66854354 or 0438620261
PIANO TUNING - Reuben Barkley
see ad under Professional services
LOST & FOUND
LOST: long haired mini Daschund, tan
coloured, from 7 Mile Beach/Broken Head
area. Please phone 66875587
FOUND: old female Staffy, green collar,
no tag, on Paterson St, microchipped with
wrong details. She’s at the pound. Phone
Council on 66267000
CHURCH NOTICES
BILLI CHURCH
An ACC church, Mogo Place, Billinudgel,
Sundays 9.30am. Enq 66803202.
All welcome
ECHO CLASSIFIEDS ª 66841777
BIRTHDAYS
PARTY BALLOONS
Bizzy Balloons. Phone 66804634
HAPPY B’DAY MICAH!
You’re a rock star!
Wishing you lots of love on your 3rd
birthday. Hope you had a great day.
Lots of love from Nanna & Poppy Whib,
Auntie Shoshi & Auntie Chava xoxo
DEATH NOTICE
IN MEMORIAM
1924 -13.10.09
In loving memory of my sister Joyce.
Never forgotten.
From your loving sister Mary & family
PETE JACKSON
Pete's energy, enthusiasm and big
smile will be sadly missed. We thank
Pete for his contribution to the yoga
centre and to the community. Our
heartfelt condolences to the Jackson
family and all his dear friends. Love
all his friends at Byron Yoga Centre
JANE E NEW
11 August 1959 - 9 October 2010
Memorial to celebrate the life of Jane
Byron Community Centre
Verandah Room
Friday 15 October at 4pm
AGISTMENT
HORSE PADDOCK 2 mins from Mullum
Showground, $20pw. Ph 66841150
PETS
CAWI is looking for volunteer dog
carers with fenced yards to help us
save unwanted dogs. We always need
donations of good used furniture to sell
in our Op Shop to continue this work.
Business hours phone 66851444
PET SITTING
AngelCare Pet Sitting. 0425262193
DOG MINDING 24/7, safe, caring. Lovely
home. Beachside Suffolk. Small breeds
only. Ph 0418985061 or 66854812
KIDS PONIES
8 yo, 11.1hh, gelding $4000 and 6 yo,
13.1hh, mare $5000, both very quiet,
done pony club, easy c/s/f/w. 66843726
ONLY ADULTS
SEDUCTIVE MASSAGE by attractive
Australian. Ocean Shores. 0413034492
Position Available for
Apprentice Butcher
· Exciting roIe with career deveIopment opportunities!
· Immediate Start!
· Work within a thriving famiIy business of IGA
supermarkets!
IGA Byron Bay is looking for a full time Apprentice Butcher to
join their team. The successful applicant must be hardworking,
reliable and possess a good attitude. Weekend availability is
also required.
Please apply in person. Applications
are available at the IGA Byron Bay
service desk.
VibroPlus
Do you have osteoporosis?
Vibroplus offers a safe scientifically proven method to
increase your bone density. Scientific studies combined
with Vibroplus’s own experience suggest increases of
0.1-6.0% in bone density in 6-12 months.
Other benefits of a 30 minute session include:
Wheelchair
access
All sessions
supervised
The 30 minute body workout
The future of fitness
Personalised professional service by
appointment only. Book your free
introductory session on 6680 7114.
Unit 5/9 Fletcher Street Byron Bay.
º Increase core
stability
º Body toning
and fat loss
º CeIIuIite
reduction
º Increase
strength
º Improve
circulation
º Effective
treatment
for arthritis
sufferers
º RehabiIitation
from
strokes, MS,
Parkinson’s,
osteoarthritis,
osteoporosis
Call Pete
0413 331 133
Dog walking
pet sitting
house minding
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Cert III & IV in Teaching English to
Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
Recruitment service & Job Guarantee!
FREE RESOURCE BOOK
for prompt course enrolment!
Free info session – October 18
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Next course 24–28 November
FareweII Pete Jackson
12 Feb 1960 - 6 Oct 2010
A warm human being
who brought love and
laughter into our world
We will miss you Pete!
Volunteers, staff and
management of Byron
Community Centre
PETS FOR LIFE ANIMAL SHELTER
Please make an appointment to meet
them with Lesa on 0438 363 287
Billinudgel
www.petsforlifeanimalshelter.org
This handsome boy is Jub Jub. He is
ginger and white, approximately eight
years old and has a lovely nature. Jub
Jub has just been through a traumatic
time and would love to leave the
shelter and find a loving home with
lots of TLC. All
cats are de-sexed,
micro chipped and
vaccinated.
Call the AWL on 6684 4070
Princess is a long haired tortie just
12 months old. This little girl is
very playful and affectionate. She
will fit into any situation and would
make a perfect companion for
children. Princess has been
desexed and is ready to go to her
new home.
Come and meet this adorable girl at
the Cat Adoption Centre, 124 Dalley
St, Mullumbimby. Open Tues.
9-11am, Thurs. 3-5pm
and Sat. 10-12 noon.
Princess
Companion Animals Welfare Inc.
Maggie is a fun and energetic
10mth old staffy X looking for a
home with active and attentive
owners who can walk her every day.
Happy and affectionate, she loves
to learn and play. She’s a great
cheery company and would make
a loyal lifelong companion for the
right home.
Ph Margaret on 66851444 B/H
Check out all our doggies on line at
www.cawi.org.au
Adoption fee applies.
MAGGIE
Phone Lisa on 0411 394 139
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MUSIC
MADE EASY
Piano & Singing
Be a star or learn for fun!
D O G WA L K I N G
i n By r o n B a y
0 42 17 24 2 3 8
$15 PE R H O UR
Burmese Brown
Pure Bred
Brown Kitten
– Available now
Desexed, chipped,
vacc & reg breeder.
0429 867 993
6672 2447
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TANTRIC MASSAGE & TUITION
7 days. The Magic Touch. Also 4 hands.
Paul 0409556969
DEEP MASCULINE HONOURING
Sacred & sensual full body Tantric
massage by gorgeous Goddess.
Tues, Wed, Thurs, Fri. Women &
couples welcome. O.Sh. 0425347477
BEST BODY RUB ANYWHERE
Byron area, Tuesdays/Wednesdays only,
in-calls, don’t miss out. 0459108821
SOCIAL ESCORTS
BYRON AREA OUTCALLS. Phone
0421401775
HOT, SEXY, PETITE In calls & out calls
Ocean Shores. Phone 66802420
You may not see Council’s development application advertising as it is
not placed in your community paper.
As a free service, therefore, we regularly list all signifcant new DAs on
public exhibition, making clear exactly what is sought in the applica-
tions and identifying the loc ation of the land afected.
We urge readers to follow up on DAs they feel may afect them by
visiting Council’s ofce before the advised closing date and making an
appropriate written submission.
Lot 84 DP1153084 Geolink close 20/10/10
Palm-Lily Cres 19 lot subdivision
Bangalow
10.2010.477.1
14 Keith St M A Sbarrato close 13/10/10
Bangalow subdivision for
10.2010.474.1 dual occupancy
DA Watch
Must own a brewery and
have unlimited pot.
Access to free concert
tickets and a twin sister
would be advantageous.
Single Male Seeks
Double Jointed
Super Model
emailmethanks@gmail.com
AMBULANCE, FIRE, POLICE .............................................................. 000
AMBULANCE Mullumbimby & Byron Bay .................................131 233
BRUNSWICK VALLEY RESCUE Sea & road rescue ...................6685 1999
BRUNSWICK MARINE RADIO TOWER ...................................6685 0148
MULLUMBIMBY HOSPITAL ......................................................6684 2266
BYRON BAY HOSPITAL ............................................................6685 6200
POLICE Brunswick Heads .......................................................6685 1277
Mullumbimby ..............................................................6684 2144
Byron Bay ...................................................................6685 9499
Bangalow ....................................................................6687 1404
STATE EMERGENCY SERVICE Storm & tempest damage, flooding .6684 3444
AIDS Confidential testing & information (ACON) ................................6622 1555
AL-ANON Help for family & friends of alcoholics .......... 6685 9690, 6680 4429
ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS 24 hours ....................................6686 8599
ANIMAL RESCUE (DOGS & CATS) .........................................6628 1358
LIFELINE .........................................................................................131 114
MENSLINE 7pm–11pm nightly (phone counselling & referral for men)..6622 2240
NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Meets daily ....................................6680 7280
NEIGHBOURHOOD CENTRE ..................................................6684 1286
NORTHERN RIVERS GAMBLING SERVICE ...........................6687 2520
DOMESTIC VIOLENCE 24 hour crisis line ...............................1800 656 463
GAMBLERS’ ANONYMOUS Meet 7.30pm Tuesdays
at Byron Hospital Group Room, Shirly St, Byron Bay ......................0405 087 529
NORTHERN RIVERS WILDLIFE CARERS...............................6628 1866
KOALA HOTLINE........................................................6622 1233
GEORGE THE SNAKE MAN.................................................0407 965 092
NSW Wildlife Information & Rescue Service (WIRES) ..........6628 1898
EMERGENCY NUMBERS
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0422 294 215
Earn big dollars
Good working environment
with female staff
must be 18–65 yrs old
02 6674 5020
but please remember to leave
your dogs at home.
UFO Research Group
Public meeting – guest speak-
er: ‘Steve, an Abductees Story’
with Craig Harris. Craig Harris
is a hypnotherapist and will be
presenting a recent case of al-
ien abduction involving a man
called Steve. Tis case contains
a wealth of information from
an outside look at the Earth’s
situation with alien interven-
tion. Byron Bay Services Club,
Jonson Street (Sth end) $12.00
entry, $9.00 concession, En-
quiries: 6685 4236 or ufore-
searchbyron@gmail.com.
ADFAS lecture
For the last lecture of 2010,
Anthea Bryant, a UK lectur-
er, takes us to the S.E. corner
of England. The history and
stories of many beautiful cas-
tles and houses with their re-
nowned gardens will be shared
in Anthea’s illustrated talk.
Leeds Castle and Hever Castle
are amongst the famous places
to be visited. Join us at the A&I
Hall, Station Street, Bangalow
on Monday 18th October for
light refreshments from 6.30.
Please note that the ADFAS
AGM will be held before this
lecture at 7pm with all mem-
bers and interested guests in-
vited. Membership and Com-
mittee enquiries are welcome
for the 2011 season. Te lec-
ture follows at 7.30 with cof-
fee served as usual aferwards.
Guest entry $20. All enquiries
Carole Gamble 66844996.
Volunteer Bus
Drivers
Help! We are looking for bus
drivers to transport dementia
clients from their homes to a
day program in Ballina. Tere
will be a staf member on the
bus to assist clients. Any time
you can spare, Mon to Fri,
8.30am-10am or 2-3.30pm
would be greatly appreciated.
For more information please
call Jeanette at Volunteering
Northern Rivers 6621 7397
Tues to Fri.
The Green and Clean
Awareness Team
Dune Care Day is on Sunday
17 October from 9am to 12
noon, meeting in front of the
Beach Cafe at Clarks Beach.
We plant in the sand dunes
from Clarks Beach to Main
Beach. From 12 noon to 1pm
enjoy a delicious free BBQ and
are in the draw to win one of
four excellent prizes. Inquiries
to Udo 0413 173 786 or Veda
6685 7991.
Volunteers Needed
The Mullumbimby and Dis-
trict Neighbourhood Centre
provide valuable services to the
local community with the as-
sistance of volunteers. We need
more volunteers to assist in our
Drop-in Centre and Reception
areas. If you have some hours
to spare we would love to hear
from you. Contact the Centre
by telephone on 6684 1286
or call into the Centre at 55
Dalley Street, Mullumbimby,
Monday to Tursday and ask
for a volunteer expression of
interest and information pack-
age from our reception desk.
Drill Hall Theatre
Acting Workshops
Starting up again from Turs-
day 14 October from 7:50pm
to 9:30pm for 8 weeks. Tese
were a great success last year
and are open to anyone over
the age of 18 no matter how
little or how much perform-
ing experience. Classes will be
run by Mike Russo & Monique
Lavail, two hugely experienced
acting teachers whose skills
include physical theatre and
voice training. Call Mike on
66844886 or just turn up at the
Drill Hall on Tursday.
Ocean Shores
Garden Club
Next meeting is on Monday,
18th October, at 1.30 pm at
St Anselms Anglican Church,
Orana Road, Ocean Shores.
Our speaker will be Sharon
from Byron shire council for a
demonstration in composting.
Sharon will demonstrate cold
composting and explain vari-
ous composting techniques.
Tis will be followed by a good
time of fellowship around Af-
ternoon Tea. Flower Arrange-
ment of the month – Tropical
Paradise Visitors Welcome.
Enquiries phone Laurel 6680
2455.
Living Together
Te 6th Living Together Gath-
ering and the 4th Eagle Farm
Open Day join forces to ofer
a unique and free Sustain-
able Community Event on the
weekend of 23 - 24 October at
Eagle Farm (situated of Greys
Lane, Tyagarah). Tere will be
lots of activities for the whole
family – including commu-
nity-generated presentations,
workshops, demos and exhib-
its, an inspiring Peace Concert
on Saturday night, and the
chance to explore the Stone
Circles and nature trails of
Eagle Farm’s eco-community.
For more information and/or
to register your participation,
visit www.livingtogethernet-
work.net or phone 66 853 719.
Balinese Kecak Class
Te Kecak Dance is a very col-
ourful, exciting performance
of the iconic Hindu Ramayana
Story told with the famous
Monkey chant and dancing –
a traditional dance for men.
Now is your chance to experi-
ence this unique art form. You
are invited to free Kecak dance
classes every Saturday 1pm at
Fletcher St Room, Byron Com-
munity Centre. Unique op-
portunity to participate in the
Balinese Kecak Dance 1pm-
2.30pm, and have authentic
Indonesian food in the Bazaar
10am-2pm. Ph 6685 7789 or
www.byronmulticultural.org.
au.
Mullum Magic
Toastmasters
Meet every 2nd, 4th, and 5th
Monday of the month at the
Presbyterian Church, Stuart
Street @ 7pm. Learn the skills
and confdence to efectively
express yourself in any situa-
tion, whether speaking with
your colleagues, your commu-
nity or your family. Toastmas-
ters is inexpensive, interactive,
friendly and supportive. All
welcome.
Koala Training Day
Friends of the Koala are hold-
ing a basic training day Sat-
urday 23 October 9.30 a.m.-
12.30 p.m. Bookings essential
Phone: 6622 1233 or Email:
info@friendsofthekoala.org.
Includes rescue techniques,
assessment, handling, koala
food collection, tree identifca-
tion etc.
U3A Brunswick
Valley
Tues 19th Oct, Richard Mulca-
hy will speak about opals.
10am-12, Uniting Church hall,
Fingal St Brunswick Heads.
Phone 6684 3126. Turs. How
the Earth works series. 10am-
12. Phone 6684 4029.
Byron Sophia
BodySpin by Arleen Hanks. A
holistic system of healing that
works to discover, change and
heal blockages, traumas, ill-
nesses and negative infuences.
Tur 1pm Oct 14. Te Byron
Masonic Hall, 6 Byron St. En-
quires Celia on 6684 3623.
Mullumbimby
Garden Club
The next meeting is Thurs-
day October 14 at 1pm, in the
Uniting Church Hall, Mullum-
bimby. An award from Garden
Clubs of Australia will be pre-
sented to the club at this meet-
ing, followed by afernoon tea.
NR Prostate Cancer
Support Group
A meeting will be held at 10am
on Monday 18 October at Al-
stonville Bowling Club. A phys-
iotherapist will attend the meet-
ing to demonstrate exercises to
maintain muscle strength. Men
diagnosed with prostate cancer
and their partners or carers are
most welcome to attend. Tis
is a great opportunity to share
and beneft from other people’s
experiences. Enquires: David
6687 0008.
Canonisation Mass
An invitation to Canonisation
Mass of Mary MacKillop at
8am on Sunday, 17 October
in St Johns Church, Mullum-
bimby. All are welcome.
Anglican Parish
Guild Mullumbimby
Street stall, outside Anglicare
Op Shop, Friday 15 Octo-
ber, 8.30am. Plenty of home-
cooked cakes, jams, produce.
CWA Brunswick
Heads Branch
We will be holding our AGM
at 9.30am on Monday 18 Octo-
ber, in the CWA rooms. Mem-
bers are requested to attend
and friends are very welcome.
Enquiries 66802090.
U3A Ballina/Byron
Te Shibashi (gentle exercise)
group will meet at 10am on 19
October in the CWA rooms,
Brunswick Heads. All wel-
come. Contact 66851982
Ladies Friendship
Morning tea
Ladies will be gathering at the
Uniting Church Hall, Fingal St,
Brunswick Heads on Wednes-
day 13 October from 10am –
12. Tere is no cost for morn-
ing tea. Come along, share and
be supportive of each other,
through caring and laughter.
Te morning teas are a happy
and talkative time, enjoyed by
those attending. We would en-
courage other ladies to come
and see for yourselves what a
happy time we have. For further
information contact Robin on
66851097 or Ev on 66851392.
Pin This Up
Artisan Market
Saturday Evenings, 5 - 9pm,
Railway Park, Jonson St, By-
ron Bay. A small night mar-
ket based in the centre of By-
ron Bay, showcasing the best
of local arts and crafs. Tis
provides a great opportunity
for locals and visitors to see
what is on ofer in the region,
and displays the culture and
vibrancy of our community.
Come along and enjoy some
great music with Buskers Al-
liance as you try the delicious
cuisine.
Byron Bay Market
Is on 1st and 3rd Sunday of
every month from now till the
end of March. Te next one is
on again this Sunday the 17th
October at the Butler St Re-
serve. Come and be moved by
Wild Marmalade who are a
High-Energy Organic Dance
band, creating a total dance
sound with only a didgeridoo
and a drum kit. Our featured
buskers Passion Flamenco will
also delight the crowd. While
you’re there, enjoy hundreds
of craf stalls as well as fresh
local produce and delicious
food and drink. Tere will be
plenty for the kids to do with
candle making, face painting,
tie dying and rides. Our chari-
ties, The Byron Toy Library
and the Pocket Public School,
will be grateful for your sup-
port. Everyone is welcome,
Aboriginal children from Tab-
ulam community will perform
their Butherum (dreamtime)
story at the Soundshell in Ter-
race Park, Brunswick Heads,
at 12pm on Saturday October
16. Te kids are fundraising for
a BMX bike track and the com-
munity’s fedgling cultural arts
group is keen to get some per-
formance experience and meet
our local young performers.
The Brunswick Heads
CDAT youth activities group
is hosting the event which will
feature traditional song, dance,
music and stories. Fun activi-
ties for all include weaving,
screen printing, arts and crafs
and delicious bush tucker. Do-
nations of quality second hand
goods, clothing, books and
toys for the community are
welcome.
‘Come along and enjoy a
wonderful family day of crea-
tion and celebration of our
indigenous culture and ofer
support and encouragement
to our friends from Tabulam,’
say organisers. For more infor-
mation contact Rose on 6680
7522, Deb on 6685 3876 or
Michele on 6680 3163.
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Te Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) decision to keep
ofcial interest rates on hold is what was needed given the
afordability pressure on Australia homeowners”, said Real
Estate Institute of Australia (REIA) President, Mr David
Airey.
Just last month, the REIA reported in the Deposit Pow-
er Housing Affordability Report that affordability has
reached a level that has not been seen since the third quar-
ter of 1990 – when the quarterly average banks’ variable
mortgage rates were at approximately 16.4%.
Te report also highlights that average monthly loan
repayments are now $446 higher than they were twelve
months ago.
“With interest rates being a major determinant of hous-
ing afordability, Australian homeowners are already en-
during afordability stress and another rate rise would have
only compounded the issue,” continued Mr Airey.
A rate rise this month would have seen the average
Australian dedicating 35.2% of their monthly income to
household loan repayments. “With the current state of af-
fordability, the decision to leave interest rates on hold was the
news that Australians needed,” said Mr Airey.
“Te Reserve Bank is sensible to wait for the release of the
Consumer Price Index (CPI), to be released this month, before
making any decisions on ofcial rates”, concluded Mr Airey.
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A unique and exciting opportunity exists with this much loved and beautifully presented
family home. Lose yourself in this private, elevated and tranquil setting which
encompasses sweeping hinterland views from many parts of the 2 hectare property.
Features include:
- 4 geneious bediooms including a laige mastei bedioom and ensuite
- Stunninglv landscaped gaidens
- Open plan design, comfoitable living all veai iound
- Piotected fiom the southein weathei and open to the summei bieezes
- Exceptional hinteiland outlook
- Convenientlv located just a ielaxed diive to Bangalow, Ballina, Lismoie & Bvion Bav
Address: 97 Federal Road, Eureka
Price: $1,150,000
Sales Agent: Bivce Cameion 0412 057 672. LI Hookei Bvion Bav 6685 7300
Quality Living, Elevated Outlook,
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ON THE MARKET
EXCEPTIONAL QUALITY – EXCEPTIONAL VALUE –
BYRON BAY
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iscover this superb,
generously sized 4 bedroom,
2 bathroom, private, free standing
villa, in the tropical oasis of
‘Seeana Court’ only moments
from the heart of Byron Bay.
Enjoy the northern sunshine and
intimate, elevated views from the
extra large balcony, the
Tasmanian Oak polished floors
and open plan living. You will
love the plantation shutters, built-
ins in all bedrooms and the
additional private balcony and
ensuite off the main bedroom.
This fully fenced villa, featuring a
double garage and rear entry
access and parking, is part of a secure, well
managed strata complex and is only minutes
to the beach, schools and shopping.
4/21-25 CEMETERY ROAD, BYRON BAY
Price: $585,000
Contact Scott on 0412 296 872
CLASSIC VINTAGE HOMESTEAD – MYOCUM
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year old homestead sits
proudly on a beautiful elevated
one-acre knoll, with stunning
northern valley views.
All the glorious features of this
historic, 3 bedroom home have
been retained. Discover the wide
wrap-around verandahs, delightful
sub-tropical gardens, open
fireplace, high ceilings, and
rainforest hardwood timber walls
and flooring.
You will love the north facing
aspect of the featured verandah,
which leads to an open grass area,
perfect for the future in ground pool.
There is also a double garage and a well-
appointed one-bedroom studio with its own
facilities. Located at the end of a quiet
country lane and yet only 5 minutes to the
highway and 10 minutes to Byron Bay, this
rare property will have broad appeal to the
discerning hinterland purchaser.
40 MYOCUM RIDGE ROAD, MYOCUM
Now for sale at 935,000
Contact Sonia Jervis on 0409 033 250
EUREKA PLATEAU – BREATHTAKING VIEWS
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et on the exclusive Federal Drive
plateau, this stunning contemporary
home is a must to inspect.
A private entrance provides the gateway
to a long sealed driveway culminating in
an extraordinary contemporary
residence set amongst arguably the
most beautiful established sub-tropical
2 hectare garden in the district.
The expansive timber hardwood
4 bedroom home has massive raked
ceilings, all new bathrooms and kitchen
leading to delightful outdoor verandahs
taking in the extraordinary elevated
views to the Nightcap Range.
Separate from the home is a charming
timber studio set amongst the rainforest. With
an abundance of water, solar hot water,
combustion stove, established fruit orchard
and expansive living areas, the owners are
reluctantly selling this greatly loved property
to move interstate.
This quality home is a rare find providing
every comfort for hinterland living and
perfectly located for easy access to Byron Bay,
Bangalow and Lismore.
97 FEDERAL DRIVE, EUREKA.
Price: 1,150,000
Contact Sonia Jervis on 0409 033250
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will discover this spacious 4
bedroom family home with 2
bath-rooms and study. Tastefully
designed with a European feel this
lovely light and airy home offers a
variety of comfortable living and
lounge options with elevated
ceilings and excellent cross
ventilation.
You will love the contemporary
styled kitchen and dining area
together with the superb use of
space flowing on out to the in
ground pool and established
native garden area, enhanced by a
flourishing vegetable patch.
Looking further, the property
enjoys the open space of a reserve
next door and a beautiful rural backdrop and
also features a cobbled drive, standby water
tank and chook house.
33 TRISTANIA STREET
NOW FOR SALE $745,000.
Contact Scott on 0412 296 872
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101 Phillips Road, Newrybar
Don’t miss this rare property offering
Land area of 50.98 hectares (126 acres)
Great for horses, cattle or macadamia
farming
2 adjoined dwellings
6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms
Picturesque rural outlook
Converted dairy bails
Price on application.
For further information or to arrange an
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184 Woodford Lane, Ewingsdale
10 acre property
Original farmhouse
Consisting of 2 bedrooms
Enclosed verandah
Original timber floors
Classic old bails
Price $925,000.
Contact Glen Irwin on 0418 604 080 or
Peter Yopp on 0411 837 330 or 6685 7300
at L J Hooker Byron Bay.
9 Peninsula Street, Hastings Point
Fantastic waterfront position
Stunning 6 bedroom, 3 bathrooms
Separate guest quarters
Huge deck to water’s edge
Polished timber floors
Only 100 metres to beach
AUCTION 1pm Sat Oct 30.
Call Brent on 6676 3811 or 0421 414 327.
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Ballina’s most beautiful street –
The Serpentine
Unique 4 bedroom 50s heritage
beach house
Domain ID: 2008600316.
Phone 0404 865 855.
VIRTUAL WATERFRONT
Cavalier Homes Northern Rivers is proud to offer
this well appointed display home for sale. This
260m
2
three bedroom (plus study) home will
boast everything you would expect in a display
home including a modern colour scheme, eco
lighting, solar hot water, stylish feature tiling,
walk-in-robe and pantry, stone bench tops and
European styled kitchen appliances.
We are currently offering a high rate of return on your investment with the peace of mind
that comes with owning a show home. As this home is yet to be built, full stamp duty
rebates also apply. This show home will be maintained in the best condition possible during
the full term of the lease and returned to the owner in ‘as new’ condition. $555,000 incl
landscaping. For more information please call our office on 02 6685 5250 or email
info@cavalierhomesnorthernrivers.com.au
Hurry! This offer is for a limited time only.
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ljhooker
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LJ Hooker Pottsville Beach
3 Coronation Avenue, Pottsville Beach
02 6676 4111
Email: pottsvillebeach@ljh.com.au
nobody does it better
PARADISE FOUND BEACHSIDE RENOVATOR ON MASSIVE BLOCK
º Classic 3 bedrccm beachside hcme
º lmmaculale characler hcme in idyllic selline
º 0nce in a lifelime prcperly, very affcrdable
º Pccm fcr bcal, van, ideal hcliday hcme
º Lccalicn seccnd cnly lc beachfrcnl
º Laree 856m´ blcck cf prime ccaslal land
º 4 bedrccm hcme, 2500m´ blcck
º 8acks cnlc rural allclmenl
º Less lhan |km lc prcpcsed rescrl 8 prisline beaches
º lhis area has been lhe subíecl cf maícr inveslmenl
º lcllcw lhe smarl mcney, rare cppcrlunily
º üeceased eslale, mclivaled vendcrs
3 + study 2 5 4 1 2 º/ Elancra Avenue, Pcllsville 4|2 wccyune Pcad, wccyune
Price: $840,000
Inspect: 8y Appcinlmenl 0nly
Contact: lamie wilmen
0422 6|/ //3
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6684 2615
59 Burringbar Street, Mullumbimby www.professionalsmullumbimby.com.au
$1,195,000 $825,000 $875,000
$719,000 $998,000 $759,000 $459,000
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loisbuckett.com.au
6687 4399
TO FINALISE ESTATE – WANT IT SOLD ON THE DAY
5 Colin Street, Bangalow.
Little old 3 bedroom shack in Bangalow
Large gently sloping elevated block –
over 800m²
Google this one and just see where it is
Builders, 1st home buyers and retirees
should view
Possibly will be sold for land value only
Duplex site subject to council approval
Inspection is a must for all astute
investors
A very rare opportunity to find a
property like this
Auction 6pm Oct 20 @ Ramada Ballina
Contact: MARK KINNEALLY 0429 868 001.
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114 Riverside Drive, Ballina.
Large light filled home with absolute
frontage on the Richmond River
3 living areas + open plan kitchen/dining
4 generous bedrooms, main with river
views + 4 bathrooms
Lovely raked timber ceilings
Surrounded by undercover paved
patio entertaining areas
Gas heated pool with new shed + pump
Fully fenced & secure + back to base
alarm system
Next to quiet reserve. Perfect for
families or home business.
Auction December 8th
View by appointment 7 days – contact agent
Contact: LOIS BUCKETT 0428 877 399.
ORIGINAL BANGALOW HOME – MUST TO INSPECT
7 Keith Street, Bangalow.
Beautiful home with juliette balcony
off formal lounge
Elevated home with open plan living
opening to big deck
A premier village street
3 bedrooms good size + 1 bathroom
High ceilings, timber floors, insulated
Low maintenance established gardens
Quiet location backing onto reserve
and Paddys Creek
Character single garage / easy stroll
to town. 800m² block.
For sale: $865,000
View by appointment
Contact: MARK
KINNEALLY
0429 868 001.
HEADLANDS HOME 200 METRES FROM THE BEACH
2 Smith Street, Skennars Head.
You’ll be delighted with this expansive
brick family home. Owners have recently
completed a major facelift, it is ready to
move in and enjoy.
4 downstairs living areas for happy
family living
Sparkling pool with large undercover
entertaining area
Level corner block with large yard &
side street access
4 upstairs bedrooms, main with wir,
ensuite & balcony
Excellent kitchen & new glamour spa
bathroom & ensuite
Midway between Lennox & Ballina,
200m to K-12 schools
Auction 6pm Oct 20 @ Ramada Ballina
Contact: ELISE BENSON 0407 896 100.
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33 Bullgarra Road, Myocum.
Asian inspired architect designed home
by Chris Barnett
Open plan living with rainforest views
3 bed home with clever use of glass
Pool house with own bathroom
Secluded forest setting with
ornamental lagoon – 1.429ha
Multiple outdoor living areas in
gorgeous tropical gardens
20 mins to surf, 7 mins to Mullumbimby
Home features insulated shingle roof
and rockwork walls
View by appointment.
Contact MARK
KINNEALLY
0429 868 001.
GORGEOUS COTTAGE IN A PRIME LOCATION
54 Norton Street, Ballina.
This beautiful timber cottage has
been renovated to bring out its best!
High ceilings, decorative cornices &
timber lined walls
2 good sized bedrooms & sleep out
plus sunroom
Large kitchen & lounge room area
Separate Dining area
Bathroom with separate toilet
External laundry & single garage with
additional storage
Easy care 423m² parcel of land
Perfect location – walk to town!
Auction 6pm Oct 20 @ Ramada Ballina
Contact: LOIS BUCKETT 0428 877 399
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Auction at 11.30am on 30th October 2010
at Brunswick Heads RSL Auxiliary Hall
1 TERRACE STREET, NEW BRIGHTON
º lhe ideal beach hcuse, ercund up renc in 2006
by habilal Ccnslruclicns
º 3 bedrccms all wilh buill·ins and fans
º Pclished limber fccrs, huee easl facine deck wilh sail
º whcle hcuse is qualily plus
º Apprcx 3 minules' walk frcm lhe waler|waves
Contact: Peter Browning on 0411 801 795
Castaways
Owner is
commited to
a sale before
Christmas
Auction at 11.30am on 23rd October 2010
at Brunswick Heads RSL Auxiliary Hall
5 TERRACE STREET, NEW BRIGHTON
º üirecl beach access, privale landscaped ºº2m´ sile
º lmmaculale 2 slcrey, 3 bedrccm, 2 balhrccm, 2 livine areas
º Laree verandah + palic
º 2 versalile sludic culbuildines + 2 slcre rccms
º 2 minule walk lc slcre, earden reslauranl, cval 8 river,
3 minule drive lc shcp, 30 minules lc 0cld Ccasl Airpcrl
Contact: David Mutkins on 0421 906 460
Rare Byron Shire Beachfront
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at Brunswick Heads RSL Auxiliary Hall
14 BANOOL CIRCUIT, NORTH OCEAN SHORES
º wide ccean + Ml Chinccean views, adícinine nalicnal park
º 3 bedrccms + cffce, cpen livine, limber fccrs, ccmbuslicn fre
º huee enlerlainine area, 3 separale verandahs, 8º2m´ land size
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MUST BE SOLD – HEALTH FORCES SALE
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ELDERLY OWNERS DOWNSIZING
Price: $ /50,000
Contact: Peler 8rcwnine cn 04|| 80| /º5
33 Booyun Street, Brunswick Heads
º hcrlh facine lakefrcnl pcsilicn
º Spacicus livine, separale dinine, 3 bedrccms
º Alfrescc enlerlainine, limber fccrs, air ccn 8 wccd fre
º Level fenced yard, º23m´, 2 car acccmmcdalicn
YOUR SEA & TREE CHANGE IS HERE!
Price: $528,000 View: Salurday |·|.30pm
Contact: üavid Mulkins cn 042| º06 460
122 Balemo Drive, Ocean Shores
º |2 beauliful acres cf privacy wilh small rainfcresl
º |0 mins lc surf 8 8runswick heads, 25 mins lc lweed
º Laree 3 bedrccm, 2 balh hcuse + self ccnlained fal
º Creek and 2 sprine fed dams, lush paddccks, fruil lrees
º Perfecl fcr hcrses cr ccllaee induslry
PERFECT FAMILY PROPERTY
Auction at 11.30am on 30th October 2010
at Brunswick Heads RSL Auxiliary Hall
View: Salurday |·|.30pm
Contact: Peler 8rcwnine cn 04|| 80| /º5
99 Middle Pocket Road, Middle Pocket
º lmmaculale 3 dcuble bedrccms, 2 balhrccms, üLu0
º 2 Livine rccms, Laree culdccr enlerlainine area
º Elevaled 882m´ blcck, easy care eardens 8 privacy
º walk lc lhe beach, primary schccl, eeneral slcre 8 cafe
HEIGHT OF PERFECTION
Price $540,000
Contact: üavid Mulkins cn 042| º06 460
North Ocean Shores
Cule 3 bedrccm hcuse wilh ceiline fans lhrcuehcul, new
liehl and briehl kilchen, fal level back yard. lhe hcuse is
lccaled in a quiel cul de sac and has access lc lhe eclf
ccurse frcm lhe Slreel.
READY AND WAITING
Price $3º5,000
Contact: Peler 8rcwnine cn 04|| 80| /º5
7 Kiah Close, Ocean Shores
AUCTION THIS SATURDAY
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LJHooker 4/31 Lawson St, Byron Bay 6685 7300
2/103 Beech Drive, Suffolk Park
19 Belongil Crescent, Byron Bay
Lot 4 Grays Lane, Tyagarah
3/41 Redgum Place, Suffolk Park
º Luxurious award winning hone
º Separale sludv
º Open plan living
º Anazing design & presenlalion
º Vendors are readv lo go
º Snarl hone in qualilv eslale
º Lock up garage
º Feserve al rear
º Separale carporl
º Owner is readv lo nove
º Ocean views fron Bvron Bav Lighlhouse lo
Cold Coasl
º Fainforesl pockel, Absolule privacv
º Town waler, ninules lo beach
º Shorl drive lo Bvron Bav
º Building enlillenenl, 6.26 heclares
º 4 bedroon house & pool
º 3 sludios all wilh ensuiles
º Approved Bed & Breakfasl
º Figures available
º Subdivision approved for 2 lilles
º ín a quiel cul de sac
º 7 ninule walk lo lown
º Tinber beach house
º Large 752n² block
º Open plan living area
º High linber ceilings
º Perfecl norlh easl aspecl
º Easv walk lo beach, shop & lavern
Price: $ 1,600,000
View: ínspeclion Bv Appoinlnenl
Contact: Erin Chapple 0434 007 227
Price: $ 737,000
View: Salurdav 11·11.30an
Contact: Clen írwin 0413 604 030
º Top floor aparlnenl
º Fronl & rear verandahs
º Large open plan design
º Single garage & separale car space
º Aircondilioned, fullv furnished
º Live in or holidav lel
º Fabulous lownhouse
º Adjoining golf course
º Open plan living area
º vell appoinled kilchen
º Sunnv norlh facing balconv
º Creal inveslnenl opporlunilv
AUCTION
Date: Tuesdav 9lh Ñovenber
Venue: Bvron Bav Surf Club al 7.30pn
View: Salurdav 12·12.30pn
Contact: Ñeil Caneron 0419 274 793
Brvce Caneron 0412 057 672
AUCTION
Date: Tuesdav 9lh Ñovenber
Venue: Bvron Bav Surf Club al 7.30pn
View: Salurdav 11·11.30an
Contact: Ñeil Caneron 0419 274 793
AUCTION
Date: Tuesdav 9lh Ñovenber
Venue: Bvron Bav Surf Club al 7.30pn
View: Salurdav 12·12.30pn
Contact: Tonv Farrell 0417 212 692
AUCTION
Date: Tuesdav 9lh Ñovenber
Venue: Bvron Bav Surf Club al 7.30pn
View: Fridav 1·1.30pn
Contact: Clen írwin 0413 604 030
Erin Chapple 0434 007 227
AUCTION
Date: Tuesdav 9lh Ñovenber
Venue: Bvron Bav Surf Club al 7.30pn
View: Salurdav 11·11.30an
Contact: Sharon ícínnes 0403 659 649
4 3 2
3 2 2
0 0 0
2 2 2
7 4 0 3 1 0
2/20 Fletcher Street, Byron Bay 3 2 2
5 Wollumbin Street, Byron Bay 49 Armstrong Street, Suffolk Park
º Charning 1919s linber hone
º Brinning wilh characler
º Close lo lown cenlre
º Large 16 x 7n shed wilh slab
º vise properlv inveslnenl
Price: $ 575,000
View: Salurdav 2·2.30pn
Contact: Ñeil Caneron 0419 274 793
5 1 2
20 Prince Street, Mullumbimby
º Creal incone & low expenses
º Top floor rear aparlnenl
º 200 nelres lo lhe beach
º Open plan design
º Vendors nusl sell
Price: $ 750,000
View: ínspeclion Bv Appoinlnenl
Contact: Erin Chapple 0434 007 227
Price: $ 375,000
View: Salurdav 1·1.30pn
Contact: Tonv Farrell 0417 212 692
3 2 2
Unit 13 ‘Mariner Bay’ 41-43 Shirley Street, Byron Bay
º 22.7 acre properlv
º Spring fed dan & bore
º Large colourbond shed
º Ouainl linber hone
º Creal hinlerland views
2 1 2
335 Federal Road, Federal
NEW LISTING NEW LISTING
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We can be grateful that the
Mullum Woolies building
mess is nothing compared to
the Hungarian toxic sludge di-
saster which has now reached
the Danube river. Let’s hope
we don’t have to regret our
uranium waste dumps. We
sell the world uranium, we
sell coal, we even sell arma-
ments technology (Metal
Storm www.metalstorm.com).
Are we a responsible global
citizen?
QQQQ
Some locals worked on the
By Choice not Chance web-
site which gives young people
helpful advice about relation-
ships and sex and what to do
if things go wrong. Te web-
site is supported by the Cen-
tre Against Child Sexual As-
sault and funded by the NSW
Department of Corrective
Services. See more at www.
bychoicenotchance.com.au/
main.html
QQQQ
Seen last Wednesday: a group
of young men laughing heart-
ily in a dark green car on Lef
Bank Road, Mullum, as they
overtook another car at 90kph
in a 50k zone. Tey obviously
didn’t see the Facebook page
‘Byron Shire Youth Road Toll
A Tribute To Our Local Fallen
Friends R.I.P.’. Or if they did,
they forgot to engage their
brains.
QQQQ
We’ve had no response to our
query about the disappear-
ance of ‘Byron Shire Youth
Road Toll A Tribute To Our
Local Fallen Friends R.I.P.’
from Facebook but it might
have been replaced by ‘In
memory of our Byron Shire
family & friends’ after a bit
of argy-bargy broke out over
Queensland drivers.
QQQQ
Tanks to the generosity of its
fans, local group Blackbirds
has raised $10,000 so they can
put their new album together.
Blackbirds used the services
of www.fundbreak.com.au, a
clever experiment in ‘crowd-
funding’.
QQQQ
And speaking of interesting
websites, local company Man-
go Tree Media (mangotreeme-
dia.com.au) has done a nice
redesign of the Byron Bay
Community Centre’s website.
See the results at www.byron-
centre.com.au. As well as the
gigs coming up at the theatre,
check out all the services the
Centre provides to communi-
ty members, from pregnancy
support to tax help.
QQQQ
Fair Trading NSW reckons the
latest changes to residential
tenancies legislation will give a
better deal to tenants. You can
comment on the changes by
going to www.fairtrading.nsw.
gov.au and following the links
under ‘Tenants And Home
Owners’. Now if we could only
get the rents in Byron Shire
down to afordable levels...
QQQQ
Headlines 20 years ago:
North coast environment
groups commend the ICAC
for its report on local land
developments, safety at The
Pass back in the spotlight afer
young man is hit on head by
dive boat, and Council holds
of closing the Bangalow pool.
– Te Echo, 17/10/90
Backlash
Ph: 02 6680 4400
7/84 Rajah Rd. Ocean Shores
E: oceanshores@prd.com.au
W: prdnationwide.com.au/oceanshores
AUCTION – URGENT SALE REQUIRED
8 Philip Street South Golden Beach
· Substantial family home split over two levels in the quiet streets
of SouthGoldenBeach
· Upstairs boasts cypress pine fooring, three bedrooms,
bathroom, large dining room and 2 verandahs
· Downstairs is a large multi-purpose area tiled with Ìtalian
marble, 2nd bathroom, two separate rooms and a large laundry.
· Open House Saturday 16th October, 1pm ÷ 1:45pm
AUCTION
1PM SATURDAY
30th OCTOBER,
ONSITE
VENDOR WANTS
SOLD AT AUCTION OR
PRIOR! ALL OFFERS
CONSIDERED!
70 burringbar street
mullumbimby nsw 2482
6684 3446 / 0422 636 839
nadine@artpiecegallery.com.au
artpiecegal lery.com.au
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Woolworths in Mullum is developing a fne siege mentality: along with the perpetual fencing,
a lovely moat develops around the building in the wet. All they need now is John Cleese on the
roof doing his French knight impersonation. If anyone else littered the landscape in the manner
of this supermarket giant they’d get served with notices to behave, but in this case Council and
Planning NSW appear not to give a toss.
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