Brunswick Heads



Brunswick Heads is a sleepy little fishing village on the far north coast of New South Wales, just north of Byron Bay.


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The village is situated on the mouth of the Brunswick river and has a boat harbour and it's own fishing fleet.

The harbour is just north of the town and there is the Brunswick-Byron Fisherman's Co-op - (02) 66851773 - where you can buy fresh seafood daily and also get fish and chips to have by the harbour or down on the beach or on the river.

The whole area is a popular place for swimming, surfing, snorkeling, whale watch tours, boating and charter fishing.

The village is surrounded by parklands and bush.

It's a great place for a family holiday. The Main Ocean beach at Bruns is dog-friendly - - from a point south of Brunswick Heads Surf Club extending south for 1 km.


Hotel Brunswick

The Brunswick Hotel is a popular spot and serves lunch and dinner and has live entertainment most days over the summer and every weekend. Saturday and Sunday lunchtimes are very popular.

If you'd like to see who's playing, you can check out their live music entertainment guide


Cafes and Restaurants

There are a number of good cafes and restaurants around the town for breakfast lunch and dinner. Some of our favourites are listed below.

  • Domenic's Italian Cafe - 2 Fingal St, Ph 6685 1688 - Italian Restaurant/Cafe - Licensed and BYO. Family friendly.

  • Bowling Club Restaurant - Pacific Highway,Ph 6685 1853


  • The Pizza Shop - Pacific Highway, Ph 6685 1755


  • Far East Chinese Restaurant - Pacific Highway, Ph 6685 1674


  • Sticky Fingers Pizzeria - Mullumbimby St, Ph (02) 6685 0222








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