Up in the air: Fun ways to spend your weekend in Tweed
A CIRCUS, arthouse movie or music festival featuring Pearl Jam and Arcade Fire, there's plenty to do in and around the Tweed this weekend.
1. HUDSON Circus presents its brand new family fun circus production. A fantastic all new two-hour production that's a new twist on traditional circus, with awesome world class circus acts and fantastic animal acts from water buffalos to Brazilian macaws, in a fast moving show which is presented by Australia's foremost ringmaster Shane Lennon. The circus is on at Jack Evans Boat Harbour Park until January 26. For show times and bookings phone 0458 483 766 or click here to visit their website.
2. HIGH on the hill at Point Danger with views of both the Gold and Northern NSW coasts is the fantastic Café D'bar. This is one place which has it all. Art you can feel, food to inhale and taste, views to delight your eyes and live Chilled music every Friday, Saturday and Sunday to soothe your soul. Café D'bar offers creative sensations for all five senses. Take your time enjoy the view!!!
3. IF you are after a different cinema experience and you are into arthouse movies then head along to Cinemax Cinemas located at 60 Marine Pde, Kingscliff. This cinema is also licensed and sells everything from your favourite beer to a classic red or white wine to relaxing back with a cocktail combine that with an amazing choice of food and you are set for some great entertainment. If it is a coffee you are after grab something sweet to have with it or if you want to go in the way of traditional grab some popcorn and a cold drink.
4. HELD for the first time at Metricon Stadium and Carrara Parklands is this year's Big Day Out on Sunday featuring Pearl Jam, Arcade Fire and Snoop Dogg plus heaps more. With various stages happening there is sure to be something going on all the time. For information regarding tickets, acts maps and more head to the website bigdayout.com.
5. THINKING of taking a drive? Well then head on down to Brunswick Heads for the annual Woodchop Festival with the last day of competition being today. While in Brunswick head down to the Brunswick River and relax on its banks. The river remains the focus of the town, with the large old deco-style Hotel Brunswick taking in the view from across the road and lots of space for family picnics and play right on the river. A footbridge across the south arm of the river leads to the Flora and Nature Reserve, and is just one of the many fishing spots on both river and beach.