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Back in 1971, Rusty Miller and Steve Cooney came to Uluwatu. Not a single surfer had seen the break before them and barely a...

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Shaded by giant Poinciana trees and offering 180-degree views of Simpsons Creek, Hotel Brunswick in Brunswick Heads has been a popular watering hole since...

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Photo: Ali Mitton. This print is up for auction. It’s V-Day Byron Bay week, and the countdown is on for the exciting production of...

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There is little question that 'Morning of the Earth' is one of the most profoundly influential surf films of all time. 'The Endless Summer',...

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As I have recently written, Bali, in the sense of a picture-postcard, tropical paradise, has had its time. Murky waters, trash like confetti on...

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As the morning sun breaks through popcorn cloud on Australia's most easterly point, soft infectious rhythms roll out of a small studio in the...

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  When we saw this shoot pop up on the Captain and the Gypsy Kid, a blog inspired by family and little people, we just...

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If anyone is in doubt that pizza is serious business, just ask the Italian government who passed a law recognised by the European Union...

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As I write this, I am surrounded by palm fronds and broad, green banana leaves. I sit at a rough hewn timber table, a...

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  Byron Vibes is delighted to announce that they will launch their first Album on Saturday 29 March 2014 at The Brewery where you...

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There was a time when tattoos were for sailors and criminals. Ink in the skin meant travels to far-off lands, an anti-establishment attitude or...

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Driving from the airport into the heart of Byron Bay, I wound down the windows and was greeted by the warm smell of red...