What’s On

31 Jan - 31 Jan
Cake and Coffee

Cake and Barista made Coffee in the Cafe for ONLY $6.50!

Mug $0.50c extra

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01 Jul - 01 Jul
Happy Hour

Enjoy $1 off any drink on Monday and Thursday 4pm-6pm and Saturday 11am-1pm


$5 Coronas all day Sunday!

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19 Oct

19 Oct
Pink Zink

Back by popular demand Pink Zinc are a 4/5 piece band who have been causing quite a stir in on the local scene all over the Northern Rivers over the last few years. Graduates of the Contemporary Music Degree of SCU Lismore, Pink Zinc showcase the awesome talent our local area has to offer.

Sarah Grant fronts the dynamic line-up that all share the same passion for music. Local phenomenon Harry Nichols handles the guitar with Byron Goodwin hitting the skins and Richard Rose on bass. Playing classic tunes from the swinging sixties, soulful funk from the Mow town era, right through to modern pop hits! Pink Zinc pride themselves on delivering a show that entertains old and young, short and tall & the bold and the beautiful!

Current venues include:

Lismore Workers, Hotel Brunswick, Tugun SLSC, Yamba Shores Tavern, Lennox Point Hotel, Ballina Bowling & Recreation Club, The Byron Beach Hotel, The Great Northern Byron Bay, Shaws Bay Hotel, Tommy’s Tavern and Mary Gillhooleys Lismore.

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25 Oct

This three piece male outfit was grown in the artistic womb of Byron Bay. Fronted by the grungy tones of guitarist and vocalist, Adam Brown, the Dirty Channel is establishing itself as one of the northern Rivers most talented bands.

They play an impressive list of chart topping covers from classic blues hits like the Little Red Rooster by the Rolling Stones, to more modern creations currently hitting the Top 40 charts.  Their performances are tight, and with one of the handiest bass players on the circuit who has the greatest extending vocals to boot, these guys pull together a truly professional sound.

Something for everyone; turn on the Dirty Channel!

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27 Oct
Food Truck Party

4pm – 8pm

Live music, bar, petting zoo, street food, jumping castle and more….



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27 Oct

01 Nov
Pistol Whip

Pistol Whip have been providing the soundtrack to a great night for audience throughout the Northern Rivers since 2013. Formed by brothers Will & Marx, on a mission to fill the dance floor from start to finish, the addition of powerhouse vocals from cousin Renee continued the unique family bond. Rounded out with one of the North Coast’s tightest rhythm sections, Pistol Whip was born and after hundreds of gigs dance floors have never been the same.

Covering classic from the 70s & 80s, forgotten memories from the new millennium and today’s chart toppers, there is something for even the biggest wall flower to embrace.

If you are after great night, singing along and flexing the dance muscles you forgot you had, make sure you add a Pistol Whip show you next night out.

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02 Nov
Jason Delphin Duo

04 Nov

Monday 4th of November from 6.30pm.

Calcutta tickets $2 each available from Reception

Food available from 5.30pm

Tickets on sale from Monday 16th August

How does a Calcutta work

How does a Calcutta work?

The pool of prize money is made up or the original pool + 50% of the money raised through auction

For Example:

If the starting pool = $2,000 and auction pool (ie 50% of auction takings) = $1,200 then the prize money would be as follows:

1st        60%     $1,920

2nd       25%     $800

3rd        15%     $480

Last will receive $100 regardless of the prize pool.

Raffle tickets costing $2 each are sold, concluding on Calcutta night, Monday the 6th November (night before Melbourne Cup). The ticket sales create a pool of money called the ‘starting pool’.

On the Calcutta night, 24 of the tickets sold over the period are drawn out for the respective 24 Melbourne Cup Horses. Those lucky enough to have drawn a horse are the ‘horse owner’.

At this point, horses will be auctioned in descending order of the longest odds to favourite. Anyone can bid on any horse during the auction.

If the original ‘horse owner’ would like to keep their horse, they must have the highest bid. However, the owner only must pay half the amount that he or she has successfully bid. This amount is added to the starting pool.

If the successful bidder is not the original horse owner, they must pay the full amount of the bid. 50% of the price paid is added to the starting pool, with the other 50% going to the original ‘horse owner’. The successful bidder is now the new “horse owner”.

Please Note there is NO money back for late scratchings!

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