From how far can the cries of a seabird be heard? The gannets that dive here in the waters of Byron shire nest on rock ledges of the West Coast in the Waitakere Ranges. With their every cry come words from across the shared ocean.
It wouldn’t be spring if sports teams didn’t have their end of season bash and it wouldn’t be Byron Bay if their were no Rugby Sevens.
New Zealand’s reggae legends Katchafire have been touring the world, including an awesome set at the Glastonbury Festival, celebrating the release of their latest album Best So Far. Having played with Common Kings in the US, Katchafire were keen to invite them on this tour and share their good vibes with Australian audiences
Te Haa Aio is music, dance, theatre and stories all rolled into an intimate journey. Be astounded by the lullaby of an ancient whale tooth or the wind instruments of an albatross wing. Hear the sound of more than 40 different Maori musical first instruments of Aotearoa,
Former rugby union Wallaby legends are joining forces with former All Blacks stars to take on a classic British and Irish XV to raise money for wounded soldiers. The Classic Anzacs team will feature rugby legends from both sides of... Read More →
Jon Stevens’s remarkable career as a singer, songwriter and performer has spanned more than 20 years and reaped many achievements, including ARIA chart-topping success as the frontman of legendary Australian bands Noiseworks and INXS. Stevens’s musical journey started off with... Read More →
Race organisers of the fifth Battle on the Border Cycling Festival are pleased to report that 19 NRS teams have entered so far, and over 450 racers are competing in the Tour de Tweed, which is only 80 entries short... Read More →
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-oGa1YXNlE Funk, roots, rock, reggae outfit the Floating Bridges’ formation and inception may be based at home on the Sunshine Coast, but diversity, eclecticism and travel is in the blood of these adventurous creatures. Initially meeting in high school,... Read More →