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Tyalgum Village Market
30 June 2018 - 1 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Tropical Fruit World’s 35th Birthday ‘Garden Party’
7 July 2018

Tropical Fruit World’s 35th Birthday ‘Garden Party’

Join us to celebrate Tropical Fruit World’s 35th Birthday!

A day of guided walking tours, live music, demonstrations, and food and drink offerings from our favourite local producers.  Come and meet our friends – Madura Tea, Blackboard Coffee, Stone and Wood Brewery, Ink Distillers, Earthman Foods, Sobah bush tucker infused beverages, Mamacitas (Feisty Mexican),  Fins at Plantation House and Sugarbag Native Bees.

Take a walking tour, relax on the lawns, explore the gardens, enjoy the music, and  pick up some fresh farm fruit.   Help us support the Tweed Valley Wildlife Carers with your gold coin donation.

We’ve been welcoming guests to the farm since 1983 – now we welcome you back to celebrate with us!

Tweed Ball Series 2018
7 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;

Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up

These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;

a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

Sip + Shop Pop Up Market : Art, Design & Vintage
8 July 2018

Sip + Shop Pop Up Market : Art, Design & Vintage

Indoor Pop Up Makers & Finders Market

Fashionistas will look on in awe as recycled, locally made, sustainable and handmade designs and accessories will be showcased at the Artist, Designer & Vintage Pop up market in Cabarita Beach.

Check out the rotating roster of cold artisanal brews, delicious bites, vinyl djs and DIY maker events while you shop the night away! Invite your friends! It’s going to be a great day✨Free & Open to the Public!

Piggabeen Valley Market
15 July 2018 - 16 July 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah
21 July 2018 - 22 July 2018

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah

Murwillumbah is nestled between the mountains and the coast and is bursting with creative talent. Grab a blanket and get to Knox Park for some Market Life! Set in a relaxing and creative environment, the Makers and Finders Market is an excellent venue for artists, vintage wares and musicians from the Tweed Region to come together and share their creations and for the community to come to shop, meet, eat, drink and play.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Swing by and get some gourmet eats, grab a blanket and sit under the trees with friends, enjoying the sweet sounds of live local music, check out over 50 artists and designers and grab a one off piece for yourself.

 

Christmas in July
25 July 2018

Christmas in July

CHRISTMAS IN JULY – WEDNESDAY 25TH JULY FROM 6 PM

Why wait until December? Christmas comes early at North Star with our much-loved, annual Christmas in July celebration and this year, we’ve added an extra helping of ‘awesomeness’ to the night.

Enjoy canapes and bubbles on arrival and a traditional three course Christmas feast, topped off with plenty of Christmas cheer and Australia’s homegrown ‘King’ and number one Elvis tribute artist, Dean Vegas – A Tribute To Elvis.

So guys, slick back your hair, dust off those blue suede shoes, and gals, dress retro glam, add some high heels and red lipstick.

Early bird rate only $55 per person + online booking fee.

Christmas in July is the perfect excuse for a relaxing escape at North Star Holiday Resort, with cabin rates from as little as $115 per night based on twin share. Stay in-house and attend our Christmas in July festivities at Ripples and receive an early Christmas gift!

•North Star’s local attractions booklet, jam-packed with special offers and discounts
•12 pm late departure
•$20 Spa Voucher to use towards a relaxing massage at North Star’s on-site day spa
•Free hair treatment and head massage with any hair service at North Star’s on-site hair salon

Word’s out about our special guest and seats are filling fast! BOOK ONLINE ONLINE NOW OR CALL 02 6676 1234.

Tweed Ball Series 2018
28 July 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;

Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up

These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;

a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

Tyalgum Village Market
28 July 2018 - 29 July 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Opera Australia’s Madame Butterfly
7 August 2018

Opera Australia’s Madame Butterfly

Prepare to be enchanted, when Opera Australia’s fantastic fully-staged production comes to Murwillumbah Civic Centre for the first time. Complete with fabulous costumes, a chamber orchestra and a vibrant cast of singers, this special performance will feature our local Murwillumbah children’s chorus who will perform along side Australia’s finest operatic voices. This is an evening not to be missed.

Opera Australia’s regional tour of Madame Butterfly is sung in English and lasts for approximately 2 hours and 25 minutes with a 20 minute Interval.

Tweed Ball Series 2018
11 August 2018

Tweed Ball Series 2018

Tweed Ball Series Background

This is the 47th year of the Tweed Ball Series run by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association, a voluntary group that runs the series not-for–profit, with the proceeds going to the local Hall.  There are nine Balls in the series this year and we look forward to meeting new and familiar faces on the dance floor.

The evenings start at 8pm and tickets are available at the door, adults $10, 13-17 years $5, 3-12 years $2, this includes supper.  The evening is planned to have something for all the family with no alcohol.  The dances are mainly ‘old time’ with a few new vogue, a short set of rock’n’roll, and some old favourite line dances.  The dress code is semi-formal, but many of the girls go formal.  You may participate in the title dance which is a Pride of Erin, or choose to just watch.  After the titles dance there is a supper break provided by the local hall included in your admission price.  The evenings conclude between 11.30 and midnight.  The live music is provided by the band Trilogy.

For those interested in entering the competition they need to be prepared to attend the Final Ball on August 11th 2018, and if declared the Tweed winners come to the Series in 2019.  The age and categories are;

Tiny Tot Miss to 9 years inclusive
Tiny Tot Beau to 9 years inclusive
Junior Miss 10 to 14 years inclusive
Junior Beau 10 to 14 years inclusive
Matron is open aged
Senior Beau is 15 years and up
Miss is 15 years and up

These titles are open for every Ball of the Series.   There will be sashes presented to the girls and medallions to the boys, with a small gift on winning a title.   There will be trophies available at the Final Ball.

There are eight Guidelines for the competition;

a)     Individual hall section winner is not allowed to enter in more than one title of the series in one year.
b)     Each entrant in the final ball must wear a sash or medallion from the nominating hall
c)     Winners of the above sections are now eligible to compete again after completing their reigning year.
d)     Individual hall committees conduct their own ball
e)     The final ball is conducted by the Tweed Combined Country Halls Association Inc.
f)     Final ball winners should attend as many balls as possible the following year as section winners to lead off their respective sections.
g)     Winners of the Miss Tweed section at each hall are to be given an invitation to the final ball from T.C.C.H.A.I.  This invitation is to be given to participating halls so that it can be included with the winning presentation.
h)   The T.C.C.H.A.I.  expect all winners in each section to attend the Final Ball.

2017 Miss Tweed is Kate Hodges

Tiny Tot Miss is Jazmin Harris

Tiny Tot Beau is Liam Kearny

Junior Miss is Isobel Gresham

Junior Beau is Thomas Gresham

Matron is Helen Stubbin

Senior Beau is Tony Kaucic

The 2018 Series will be;

28th April Stokers-Dunbible

12th May Bilambil

19th May Tumbulgum

26th May Burringbar

2nd June Crystal Creek

16th June Pottsville

7th July Uki

21st July Tyalgum

28th July Chillingham

11th August Final Ball at Murwillumbah

The O’Heart Festival
17 August 2018 - 19 August 2018

The O’Heart Festival

The O’Heart Festival is a three-day, Conscious Living-Indie Folk event. This festival is deeply rooted in environmental awareness (alternative energy technologies and sustainability solutions), Wellness (Conscious Living), and live music. It will be beautiful weekend in the foothills of Wollumbin Mount Warning, with yoga workshops, singing workshops, breathing and movement workshops, environmental awareness talks, demonstrations and films, market stalls, special events and healing through sound, and of course, music performances throughout the village over the weekend.
 
Our raison d’etre is to inspire a shift in Consciousness and be a part of making a difference on the earth plane – opening hearts and coming together. We want O’Heart Festival to be a time of nourishment, a time to be uplifted, a time of greater understanding, and above all a time to Awaken! We want people to feel inspired and re-discover what it is to cooperate, and what is possible when you live from the point of view of Heart.
 
In 2018 we will be fundraising to help take our local campgrounds off grid, donating all funds raised towards solar panels to help reduce our village footprint on into the future. The weekend will include many fun fundraising events and raffles to help us achieve our goal!
 
O’Heart Festival delights in acknowledging and embracing the indigenous tribes and traditional owners of our area, the Bundjalung Nation, and the Minjungbal people. We want to be a part of the healing of what has gone before – moving beyond the past actions of humankind and creating new networks for healing, growth and unity.
 
This not-for-profit festival will remain a single use plastic-free event with solar powered stages and a zero waist aim, all the while giving people education and encouragement to change little actions that have a big environmental impact.
Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah
18 August 2018 - 19 August 2018

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah

Murwillumbah is nestled between the mountains and the coast and is bursting with creative talent. Grab a blanket and get to Knox Park for some Market Life! Set in a relaxing and creative environment, the Makers and Finders Market is an excellent venue for artists, vintage wares and musicians from the Tweed Region to come together and share their creations and for the community to come to shop, meet, eat, drink and play.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Swing by and get some gourmet eats, grab a blanket and sit under the trees with friends, enjoying the sweet sounds of live local music, check out over 50 artists and designers and grab a one off piece for yourself.

 

Piggabeen Valley Market
19 August 2018 - 20 August 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
25 August 2018 - 26 August 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah
15 September 2018 - 16 September 2018

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah

Murwillumbah is nestled between the mountains and the coast and is bursting with creative talent. Grab a blanket and get to Knox Park for some Market Life! Set in a relaxing and creative environment, the Makers and Finders Market is an excellent venue for artists, vintage wares and musicians from the Tweed Region to come together and share their creations and for the community to come to shop, meet, eat, drink and play.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Swing by and get some gourmet eats, grab a blanket and sit under the trees with friends, enjoying the sweet sounds of live local music, check out over 50 artists and designers and grab a one off piece for yourself.

 

Piggabeen Valley Market
16 September 2018 - 17 September 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

Tyalgum Village Market
29 September 2018 - 30 September 2018

Tyalgum Village Market

Come out and enjoy all your favourite handmade stalls in a unique and delightful garden setting, with live music and good old fashioned country hospitality that Tyalgum is famous for!

Stalls are spread out throughout the village, starting at Celestial Dew Guesthouse next door to Flutterbies, where you will find a a lovely array of stalls, including handmade arts and crafts and some vintage treasures! While you are there, take a stroll through to the back gardens along Marketta Lane and enjoy this quaint, country setting in the cool of the lush gardens.

Find more locally handcrafted and vintage wares in front of the Tyalgum General Store, and be sure to wander down the main street and enjoy our local artisan galleries, and gift shops!

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah
20 October 2018 - 21 October 2018

Makers and Finders Market Murwillumbah

Murwillumbah is nestled between the mountains and the coast and is bursting with creative talent. Grab a blanket and get to Knox Park for some Market Life! Set in a relaxing and creative environment, the Makers and Finders Market is an excellent venue for artists, vintage wares and musicians from the Tweed Region to come together and share their creations and for the community to come to shop, meet, eat, drink and play.

Located in the family friendly Knox Park in Murwillumbah, take the time to relax under the shade of the trees, throw a blanket on the grass and enjoy the live music while the kids play at the newly renovated Youth Precinct and skate facilities with something to entertain and delight kids of all ages.

Swing by and get some gourmet eats, grab a blanket and sit under the trees with friends, enjoying the sweet sounds of live local music, check out over 50 artists and designers and grab a one off piece for yourself.

 

Piggabeen Valley Market
21 October 2018 - 22 October 2018

Piggabeen Valley Market

Piggabeen Valley Market – 9am – 1pm (NSW)

 THIRD Sunday of the Month – Feb to Nov        

  •  10 to 10.30am – Wellness talks
  • 11 am – Prizes for Best Hat & Pig Flying Competition!
  • Live Music
  • Clairvoyant, Healers & Aromatouch Massage
  • Handmade Arts & Crafts
  • Plants
  • Homemade Food
  • Tea & Coffee
  • Local Produce
  • Bric a Brac

Come to our pretty peaceful valley  – A place for you to be “Relaxed & chilled out, nice energy & beautiful place” – BYO picnic rug or chairs, enjoy the music while you brunch, lunch and shop!   Enjoy our lovely friendly country atmosphere & friendly vibe!  A great variety of stalls awaits!  For more information contact Liz at aquaworkout@mail.com or find us on facebook at www.facebook.com/PiggabeenValleyMarket.   

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