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Moving In The Right Direction

June 22, 2018

As a real estate business, helping people move is a big part of what we do. Before I joined the industry, I thought that real estate agents and property managers simply sold or leased houses. After years of experience and sharing with my incredible colleagues, I have come to realise that we don’t deal in property as much as we deal in dreams.

We deal in the hopes and dreams of … Read more »

What’s On – Lismore Lantern Parade

June 21, 2018

Get ready to light up your world! The Lismore Lantern Parade is on this Saturday from 12pm right through until 9pm.
The festival is one of our favourite annual events celebrating community, art and nature with arts, crafts, workshops, regional cuisine, a spectacular parade, lanterns, parade bands, street theatre, music, carnival dancers, illuminated puppets, fire art and pyrotechnics and much, much more.

This year’s Lantern Parade theme is ‘wonderland’ and will be … Read more »

Fair Go

June 15, 2018

Australia used to be described as the lucky country, and in spite of the free and open discussion that democracy encourages about our history (and its problems,) there is still a lot to feel lucky about.

Lucky, especially in comparison to much of the global headline content. Yet, luck is an outcome, isn’t it? It is a positive circumstance and the more life you live – … Read more »

What’s On – Ballina Street Food Fest

June 13, 2018

“Food is our common ground, a universal experience.” James Beard
Head over to Cherry Street Sports Club this Sunday for the Ballina Street Food Fest!
Relax on the grass under the winters sunshine and enjoy a scrumptious feast from your favourite food trucks + some NEW foodies.

There’ll be live music pumping all day, a jumping castle for the kids and veggie, vegan and gluten free options.

Entry is FREE and the fest goes … Read more »

A Total Waste

June 8, 2018

Yesterday, someone gave me a gift of chocolates. Lovely. I took it out of the gift bag. I removed the tissue paper. I opened the cardboard box. I unwrapped the cardboard and all the explainer cards. I opened the tin. I took out the foil packets and cellophane. I took the first chocolate out of the plastic tray inside the box…you can see where this is going. … Read more »

LIFE OF BYRON: Loving Lennox Head

June 5, 2018

Local real estate agent Helen Huntly-Barratt has lived in Lennox Head for the past 15 years. With the ‘Love Lennox Festival’ in full swing this month, we caught up with her to discover why she loves Lennox Head.

Describe Lennox Head for someone who has never been.

“Lennox Head is nestled just south of Byron Bay, and remains an ideal coastal surf town, with the stunning white stretches … Read more »

SPOTLIGHT ON THE MARKET | June 2018

June 5, 2018

It’s cold. Not the market – the weather. Cold weather in June on the eastern seaboard of Australia usually means one thing: Rugby League’s State of Origin. It turns state against state and mate against mate. So, in the spirit of friendly competition, we are pitting Byron Bay against Noosa in Queensland in our very own State of Origin – The Lifestyle Property Series.

*The data is … Read more »

What’s On – Festival Of The Stone

June 5, 2018

Festival Of The Stone is on this Saturday!
Join Stone & Wood for a night that embraces community, live music and good vibes while raising money for Big Scrub Landcare.

Kick back as the sun sets and the live music pumps, with your friends and family at the annual event that celebrates the release of the dark Winter seasonal ‘Stone Beer’.

A mouth-watering line up of food trucks will keep the slow food … Read more »

What’s On – Old & Gold Festival

June 5, 2018

The Old & Gold Festival at Brunswick Heads is on this Saturday!
Come and join the hordes for an exciting day of treasure hunting at the huge All Town Garage Sale and four incredible collectable and second-hand fairs.

This is an all-weather, all ages event with fun and entertainment, live music, free face painting, craft, raffles, marbles championships, recycled and sustainable activities and a barrel of good old-fashioned fun.
Event Program
ALL TOWN GARAGE … Read more »

A Cup of Sugar

June 1, 2018

We love neighbours. We aren’t talking about Ramsey Street. We are talking about Fletcher Street, Johnson Street, Lawson Street and Marvell Street. We are talking about all the people in those houses and the local shopkeepers, who make our community. Our neighbours in our towns are the most important social assets we have.

We need to cherish and celebrate those relationships because they are our vaccine against … Read more »

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