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We are proud to support these local businesses and charities


Situated in Broadbeach The Cuban offers a Spanish, South American and Portuguese inspired dine in or takeaway menu.

Available 11.00 am - 11.00 pm.

Open 7 days


T: 07 5526 9769


103 Oracle Boulevard
(between Charles Avenue
and Elizabeth Avenue)
Broadbeach, Qld 4218​

This year, we are so pleased to support the Brunswick Valley & District Volunteer Rescue Organisation.

Established in 1977, the Brunswick Valley and District Volunteer Rescue Organisation Inc emerged in response to a significant motor vehicle accident on the highway bridge over the Brunswick River. Functioning as a community-owned and operated road rescue organisation, they proudly hold the accreditation as the Primary Rescue Unit for the Byron Shire. Their guiding principle is encapsulated in their motto: "A helping hand, anywhere, anytime."

Comprising volunteers from diverse backgrounds and skill sets across Byron Shire, the squad is dedicated to delivering a professional rescue service. They uphold rigorous standards, training biweekly to ensure proficiency and meet the high skill requirements set by the NSW State Rescue Board.

Brunswick Valley and District Volunteer Rescue Organisation Inc are always seeking new sponsors and volunteers.


If you think you could help, please call:

T: 1300 872 777


In place of sending Christmas cards, we like to support local charities. We are so pleased this year to support the Women's Resource Service located in our hometown Mullumbimby.

The Women's Resource Service (WRS) operates as part of the Integrated Domestic and Family Violence Services Program (ID&FVSP), receiving funding from the Department of Communities and Justice (DCJ).


Additionally, WRS leads the Byron Shire Integrated Domestic Violence Committee, a collaborative effort involving members from various entities such as NSW Police, Community Corrections, NSW Health, Drug and Alcohol services, family support services, and the Women’s Domestic Violence Court Advocacy Service (WDVCAS).

This committee represents a multi-agency approach committed to enhancing outcomes for individuals impacted by domestic violence. It achieves this goal by offering more proactive and comprehensive services to victims and children, coordinating criminal justice responses, and integrating service systems. Furthermore, the committee actively engages in preventive measures through community education initiatives.


Who is eligible?
Women affected by family and domestic violence who live in the Byron Shire.
Time: Monday – Thursday 9am – 4pm
call T: 02 6684 4299 to make an appointment or for further information,
or email:

If you would like to offer your support, please visit their website. Link below:

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