Back to our local rootsBeing a locally owned, independent pharmacy, enables us to offer lower prescription pricing. We offer discount pharmacy prices, whilst maintaining and continually improving our high service standards.The quality use of medicines is one of our biggest motivators. Having three qualified pharmacists enables us to provide medication reviews both in-store and in the home, with a more rapid turn around and greater availability for patients. We are also now open on Sundays from 10am – 1pm for your convenience.
Welcome to the Bellingen Community Arts Council (BCAC) Bulletin where you can findout about the many activities going on underthe umbrella of the BCAC. Since our lastBulletin we have had our AGM and electeda new committee, listed below. Along withthe re-election of all the 2016 members weare pleased to welcome new memberRob Simpson and returning membersCharlotte Blesing and Maggie Porter.As your new President I would like to thankall the committee members for theircommitment to the BCAC. Mostparticularly, I wish to acknowledge the tremendous contribution that Julie Hutchinson has made to the BCAC during her three-year term as President a
Who we areWelcome to Weilhouse Living, We have 3 unique properties that embody our love of nature, beauty and simplicity. All our properties are eclectically designed and furnished, merging effortlessly within the settings of our properties and their relationship to the environment.We have two beautiful farm stays in Bellingen Valley and an off the grid wilderness hut in the New England tablelands in Hernani. Each property has been lovingly built and restored to maximise the surrounds and tread lightly on the planet.
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The BCAC is a not-for-profit community organisation which is entirely volunteer run. It was incorporated in 1996.The BCAC supports and enhances cultural and artistic activities in the Bellingen Shire. Activities engage audiences and artists, encourage and promote cultural development in many forms and contribute to a dynamic and vital community. New members are always welcome to join the BCAC. Membership provides benefits for those who enjoy making art; attending openings, talks and performances; as well as further opportunities to learn more about art.The BCAC is managed by a committee that meets the first Tuesday of each month. Members and guests are invited to attend.Become a member of the BCAC
Located centrally in the picturesque township of Bellingen NSW is where you will find The Federal Hotel. Fully renovated in 2005 and again in 2012, the hotel has kept all the charm of the original Federation building whilst creating it’s own stylish version of “old meets new”. Now with outdoor decks, an award winning bistro, our newly renovated beer garden, entertaining areas, and updated accommodation, The Federal is a great place to catch up with friends for a quiet drink or a superb meal in a stylish but relaxed and friendly environment.The Federal Hotel Bellingen is located just west of Coffs Harbour on the North Coast of NSW Australia.
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The old factory up Church Street Lane has been converted into a dynamic and sophisticated venue, The Bellingen Brewery & Co. Featuring Bellingen’s local craft brewery and a boutique bar, The Bellingen Brewery & Co. serves it’s very own beers and ferments with a cellar door style and feel.The bar also offers a select collection of fine wines and cocktails, highlighting organic and local ingredients. The space has been designed with great consideration to create a welcoming and inspiring atmosphere, local and reclaimed timbers and materials were used, along with a few local artisan made features. The Bellingen Brewing Company’s expansion and move into this location was driven by a desire to create a sustainable, eco conscious and ‘new model’ business.We are very passionate about creating a unique place and experience, we share this space with Big Fig Arts, an artists run initiative. Together we showcase and share the diverse harvests that Bellingen offers.
.they combine the spirit of old-time roots music, the energy of the new young string-bands, and the musicianship of bluegrass. Add a touch of jug band and a bit of folk and you get a spirited sound that will have you tapping your feet or looking for a partner to dance with – the best way to describe it is “infectious!”” Mark Hudson USA The Hudson Valley Bluegrass Association 2012