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... bought a ticket to the Chaser: Chris Taylor & Andrew Hansen " In conversation with Lionel Corn" at the Byron Theatre, ( 1700 ) followed by dinner The 3 E's Economics, Education, and good Eating Literary Dinner Ross Gittins and Maxine McHugh .....food very good, location very hard to find ( Byron Beach Cafe ) , by the time they spoke Ross Gittins had too much to drink and did not make a lot of sense, think his ideas are past his used by date. ...
... but not nearly as busy and crazy as Byron gets. It had a really laid back feel to it, and our caravan park was right on the inlet which had the most beautiful, crystal-clear water.
We only spent a couple of nights here as we were keen to get to our next stop, my brother's house. But I would certainly come back here again.
We spent our time going for strolls along the river bank and out to the beach ...
... we been to, very good. Mathilde decided to participate in a barista course to learn a bit more about how to make coffee, and make it possible to work in a cafe'. She had some authentic Italians as teachers and was very happy to receive a barista certificate after making numerous of lattes, cappuccinos, flat whites (Anders' favourite), and other variations. As many other coastal cities, Byron Bay also have a lighthouse, ...
With cyclone Marcia threatening heavy rain and winds we head towards the coast. Perhaps not the best choice but we are joining our Caravan Club for the weekend at Brunswick Heads, NSW.
We managed to set up our site before the rains arrived with a vengeance. The park is by the side of the Brunswick River which is listed in the regular local flood warnings. We watch the river rise as the rain tumbles down.
Many of our club members cancelled ...
... Brunswick Heads where the Brunswick River meets with the ocean. The colour difference between the churning water at the river entrance to the calmer green water at the adjoining beach was quite striking.
We arrived at Byron Bay about 3-30pm. It was a very slow drive from the freeway into the town. We drove through the main shopping area and then out on the road to Cape Byron and the lighthouse. After a quick look around there ...