Situated in the hinterland of northern New South Wales, the picturesque village of Bangalow is only a 15 minute drive from Byron Bay. Take a breather between concerts to admire the Federation-era facades of the main street, which house an abundance of fabulous restaurants, cafes and art galleries, as well as clothing, homewares and antique shops.
It is Bangalow’s unique old-world charm and relaxed lifestyle that sees guests return time and time again.
A & I HALL – STATION STREET
With charming architectural features rarely seen in the modern era, the A&I Hall is just a five-minute walk from Byron Street. With pressed tin ceilings and walls and leadlight windows of muted antique colours, the hall evokes distant memories of a bygone era. Sitting proudly at the top of the Bangalow Showgrounds within the bustling Bangalow village, the A&I Hall has been the perfect festival venue for eighteen years.
Parking is available in the adjacent Showground and two parking spaces with disability access are available at the front of the building, with wheelchair ramps to all areas.
HOW DO I GET THERE?
Bangalow is approximately a two-hour drive from Brisbane, without traffic. The closest airports are Ballina Byron Gateway Airport (20 minutes), Lismore Airport (40 minutes) and Gold Coast Airport at Coolangatta (45 minutes). All airports offer rental car and shuttle bus services.
Free parking can be found behind the A&I Hall and showgrounds via Market Street. Please note that 1 hour parking limits have been placed on many streets in Bangalow, check signs carefully before using on-street parking.
BANGALOW A & I HALL
3 Station Street