Things to do around the Byron Bay for the rest of January 2020
If you’re still on holiday in the Byron Bay region, check out a few of these local events and markets.
For the kids: Most days during the school holidays – Byron Bay Circus Arts
Circus Arts Byron Bay is the place to be during school holidays! This location offers a comprehensive timetable of activities during both the QLD and NSW school holidays including full and half day circus programs, flying trapeze, free balloon twisting workshops, indoor climbing and a kids play space. Check out their website for the timetable.
18th January – Ballina Brick Event 2020
Showcasing the amazing LEGO creations from some of the best builders in the local fan community. Featuring amazingly detailed dioramas, custom LEGO creations and much, much more. You can even join an exclusive behind the scenes tour with a master builder as your guide. Once you’ve seen all the displays, let them inspire your imagination on the build tables, go vertical on the build wall, or even make your own train in the play area. Want to take some LEGO home with you, why not purchase something from our large range of LEGO sets, parts and custom minifigs.
When: 18th January, 8am – 3pm
Where: Ballina RSL, River Street Ballina
19th Janauary – Byron Bay Community Market
Normally only, on the first Sunday of every month, Byron Bay gets an extra market this January. Enjoy a the beautiful, beachside location while browsing the famous market with stalls selling arts & crafts, gifts, fresh local produce, fashion, food & drink + much more.
Where: Main Beach Foreshore, Byron Bay
When: Sunday 19th January 8am-3pm
19th January – Lisa Hunt’s Forever Soul @ The Beach Hotel
Feel like a Sunday Session, or just want to enjoy Byron’s local diva get very soulful. She has an amazing voice and puts on a great show. If you’ve not seen Lisa perform (or even if you have), it makes a great afternoon. A great holiday and local vibe and right in front of the beach.
Where: The Beach Hotel, Byron Bay (opposite Main Beach / near the Swimming pool).
When Sunday 19th January – 4-7:30pm
24th January – The Market on Dusk, Ballina
The Market On Dusk is an evening of shopping local businesses ethically made and eco-friendly stalls, amazing food trucks and live local music by the river at Missingham Bridge Amphitheatre Park, Ballina.
This market is family friendly with the Ballina skate park and park sourrding the field. If you feel the need to get wet and cool off the water if only a minute walk away.
When: 24th January, 4-10pm
Where: Missingham Bridge Park, Ballina
26th January – Bangalow Market
The Banaglow community market is a favourite amongst locals and tourists alike. Set on the Ballina Showground you’ll find hundreds of colourful stalls selling gifts, arts and crafts, jewellry, food, local produce and much more.
When: Sunday 26th January 2019 – 8am – 3pm
Where: Bangalow Showground, Bangalow.
Australia Day events will be posted on a separate upcoming article. Stay tuned.