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Turning west off the Tweed Valley Way, the traveller will find the village of Burringbar has retained its rural charm. Stop and have a cuppa or a bite to eat at the cafe, chat with the local artists, have your hair done at the salon, or get healthy and take a stroll on the footway and enjoy the sights of the local creek, pastures, dairy and the local residences before having a barbecue in the park amongst the trees. Pop into the sports club for a quiet drink, a flutter or a bite to eat and just enjoy the sights that a rural village can offer. Local Bed and Breakfasts offer tranquil surroundings to relax in between visits to the surrounding beaches, rainforest and shopping experiences that are within half an hour's drive.

Burringbar: Where To Go / Sightseeing

Heaths Old Wares and Collectables


Heaths Old Wares has re-opened!
They are excited to announce their new location in Burringbar.

Heading North: take the scenic drive...the Murwillumbah exit...Tourist Route 40 from Byron to the Gold Coast and Brisbane.

Heading South: exit the M1 to take a scenic drive through Murwillumbah to Burringbar, turn right into the main street called The Broadway.

Burringbar is located 25 minutes North West of Byron and Bangalow; 20 minutes south west of Gold Coast Airport and Kingscliff; and 15 minutes west of Pottsville Beach

Ross, the mastermind behind Heath's Old Wares, has a great respect and passion for local history, and has an extensive collection of dairy memorabilia.

Visit the web site to look at Local Trail, which will provide a current list of other antique, collectable, second hand and emporium stores from Chinderah to Ulmarra, into Casino, Kyogle and Old Grevillia.




19-21 The Broadway
Burringbar, NSW, 2483

Located 0.0K from Burringbar

Hastings Point Beach


Hastings Point is the smallest coastal settlement of New South Wales Tweed Shire; the "Jewel of the Tweed", surrounded by national park, the hamlet is nestled between the ocean on its east and a beautiful but delicate estuary on its west.

It is the entrance for the now nationally recognised "Green Cauldron" and is identified without doubt as one of the unique seaside locations in Australia.

With an unspoiled beach, visitors come here to appreciate nature at her finest, while the local residents help protect, clean and nurture the environment, acting as stewards for future generations. Put simply, there is nothing like it. For as long as one can remember, seasonal campers have been attracted to the natural beauty of Hastings Point, returning often.

With a safe creek feeding onto the beach, Hastings Point has provided a wonderful playground for local families for years.





Coast Road
Hastings Point, NSW, 2489

Located 13.2K from Burringbar

The Mullumbimby Chocolate Shop


The Mullumbimby Chocolate Shop is the store of dreams. Row after row of lollies and chocolates fill the shelves. The shop is everything anyone with a sweet tooth could ask for, and a hard place to walk away from.

Remember when you were a child and went to the local lolly shop - the Mullumbimby Chocolate Shop is just like that! Select individual lollies from a broad range. They supply quality lollies and chocolates from local and international suppliers, with old fashioned price and service.

Specialty handmade chocolates and Dutch licorice. They can cater for large and small gifts, weddings, birthdays and corporate baskets, for that special party. Special individual party bags are made up for vegan, gluten free, or just your child's favourite lollies or chocolates. All in boxes with ribbons and bows. They cater for the child in every adult.

Come in and have some fun.




1/104 Dalley Street
Mullumbimby, NSW, 2482

Located 13.6K from Burringbar

Burringbar: Events

Old and Gold Festival


Brunswick Heads will once again become the festival stage for the award winning Old and Gold Festival on the Saturday of the June long weekend, thanks to the hard working volunteer organising committee and the generosity of over 60 sponsors.

If you're into collectables, antiques or anything second hand, or are just on the lookout for a great bargain, the festival is for you!

There will be four fairs, and more than 80 all town garage sales, environmental displays and activities, Marbles Championships, horse and carriage rides, free face painting, music and entertainment, as well as community barbecues, cake stalls and book sales.

Come along on the day and pick up a boot load of bargains, enjoy the atmosphere, and see what Brunswick Heads has to offer.


Event Dates
2016
      11th Jun


All of Town
Brunswick Heads, NSW, 2483

Located 4.3K from Burringbar

Mullum Farmers Market


Mullumbimby Farmers' Market, every Friday morning 7am-11am, is where you'll see Mullum at its colourful best.

The market has become the gathering spot for Mullumbimby's vibrant community, re-inventing the age old tradition of a community market meeting place.

Set under magnificent fig trees in the lush foothills of Mt Chincogan, it's a wonderful place to shop for fresh produce, meet with friends, enjoy a market brekkie and local coffee, and soak up the fun and friendly vibe.

There's live local music each week, plus a dedicated kid's space to keep the little ones entertained. The market also hosts regular workshops and special events throughout the year.

The market is a not for profit organisation, which means every dollar you spend goes toward supporting local farmers, the community and a more sustainable future.


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51 Main Arm Road,
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Mullumbimby, NSW, 2482

Located 12.6K from Burringbar

Uki Buttery Bazaar


Uki Buttery Bazaar runs every third Sunday of the month. Come along and enjoy the wonderful village atmosphere that is Uki. Just a country drive away - 40 minutes from the Gold Coast, less than an hour from Byron Bay. Half the fun is getting there - leave the populace behind, breathe fresh air, and take in the spectacular mountain scenery.

The village Bazaar keeps buzzing all morning. Stay for a scrumptious lunch from one of the 'foodies' or just mellow out under the shade trees, river side with a quality beverage from 'coffee oasis'.

If you're lucky, you can listen to the hillbilly sounds of the local but famous 'Perch Creek Jug Band'. Cruise the trash and treasure bargains, take home a plant or two, and meet the friendly locals. It's a great morning out, but better still, come for the weekend and enjoy Ukitopia - a weekend experience!


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2016
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1454 Kyogle Road
Uki, NSW, 2484

Located 13.4K from Burringbar

Byron Spirit Festival


The Byron Spirit Festival celebrates the unique character of the Byron Bay Shire. Featuring workshops and performances in yoga, music, dance and healing. Participants attend workshops during the day and there are evening concerts featuring world and uplifting music from local, national and international bands.

The event is based in the town of Mullumbimby, 15 minutes from Byron Bay. The Byron Spirit Festival basically takes over the town for the entire family and incorporates existing venues such as the high school and local churches.

The event is very sustainable as they work with the Mullumbimby community gardens to recycle all waste. The event transforms people and has been called the best festival of its kind in Australia.

The event does not serve alcohol and is family friendly so is available to everyone. This is the third year and they are looking to grow the event nationally and internationally.




Various Locations in Mullumbimby
Mullumbimby, NSW, 2482

Located 13.7K from Burringbar

Burringbar: Travel Tips

Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre


The Murwillumbah Visitor Information Centre operated by Destination Tweed, is located on the banks of the picturesque Tweed River, conveniently located just before the bridge entry to Murwillumbah's central business district.

If you fancy a bit of retail therapy, Murwillumbah Visitor Centre stocks a range of souvenirs and merchandise including local produce and gift hampers. The centre is also home to the Caldera Art Gallery, the star attraction of which is the stunning 20 metre long Green Cauldron panorama painting (a 360 degree virtual view of the Tweed caldera from the summit of Wollumbin/Mount Warning).

Give them a call or stop by and say hello. Their staff and volunteers proudly call themselves locals, and are only too happy to share their knowledge and expertise. Don't be shy, come and say hi.




Corner Tweed Valley Way and Alma Street
Murwillumbah, NSW, 2484

Located 13.5K from Burringbar

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