Brunswick Heads sits at the mouth of the Brunswick River, 10km north of Byron Bay. The harbour, the river, the beaches, the cafes, all add to make Brunswick Heads a vibrant but small town.
Wrested from the Bundjalung Nation, the Brunswick River was charted in 1828 and the arrival of cedar cutters in the 1850's saw the establishment of a busy port and a commercial centre at what is now Byron Bay.
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