What’s On – Newrybar Public School Fireworks Night

July 31, 2018

The BIGGEST family friendly night out in Newrybar is on this Saturday, The Newrybar Public School Fireworks Night.

Put on by the Newrybar School (P & C), Newrybar Fireworks has been celebrated by the school for over thirty years.

There’s plenty to do before the fireworks spectacular with activities on the night such as raffles with great prizes donated by local businesses and great local food with everything from a steak sanga and sausage sizzle, to vegetarian curries, chicken satays, homemade cakes and yummy desserts, there’s also the Bun coffee cart lending its support on the night.

Entertainment includes a DJ plus plenty to entertain the kids all topped off with the night sky fireworks spectacular at exactly 7.30pm.

Gates open at 4pm

Tickets: $5 per person
Family ( 2 Adults 2 Children): $10

Parking available along Broken Head Road and the Hinterland Way!

Why we love Newrybar

Newrybar is home to abundant agriculture, macadamia farms, cane fields and coffee plantations stretching inland from the coast across this fertile region.

A five-minute drive will put sand between your toes at the glorious beaches of Broken Head which offer world-renowned surfing, superb fishing, stunning headland walks and the escapism of Broken Head Nature Reserve.

Newrybar is a hidden gem, bisected by the Pacific Highway and often overlooked by tourists and locals alike. The award-winning Harvest restaurant and café is a favourite culinary escape, just one in a small parade of rustic businesses including an antique treasure trove, a stylish clothing boutique and Harvest’s indulgent bakery and delicatessen.

With it’s own public primary school, Newrybar is a quaint, family-oriented community, honesty boxes overflowing with fresh, local produce lining its main thoroughfare. With the Pacific Highway on its doorstep and Bangalow just a few short minutes’ drive away, Newrybar residents are never far from all the services and infrastructure of a thriving community.

The retail and commercial township of Ballina, and its airport, are just 20 minutes south along the highway, while the Gold Coast Airport lies less than an hour north.

To the west of the Pacific Highway, Newrybar stetches into lush, wooded farmland and winding, country roads. The spectacular Killen Falls, a secluded local secret, is a favourite spot for summer day picnics and stunning strolls.

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