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A little of Mullumbimby's history inspired by a page from an old issue of the Byron Shire Echo dated 11th June 1986.

Bullock teams are a large part of the early history of Mullumbimby. Cedar-getting was the very first industry in the Brunswick Valley with one of the first base camps established at Mullumbimby Grass. It grew to become a village, and later the township of Mullumbimby. The working bullock teams were...

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A guest blog featuring our local area, thank you Grey Nomad Awards. Follow Grey Nomad Awards on Facebook to discover more interesting stores of their travels................... Taking the roads less travelled means popping into the little towns and old roadside stops that our mega highways now bypass. And the old...

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Norman and Audrey continued to run Stewart’s Menswear until 1955 when their only son Tom took over the reins.  Tom had been a fitter and turner in the airforce and had also worked in a bank prior to this. Tom was married to Jean, the daughter of F.I. Ward, the...

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