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Elemental Magazine

Created by Elements of Byron, Elemental brings you the best of Byron community, connection and culture. Published in print and online, Elemental invites you into the many wonderfully rich and diverse worlds that make up our region. Guests of Elements of Byron can pick up and keep a complimentary print copy of Elemental and read by the pool or on the beach.

Elemental Magazine-Issue 4 - Contents

Issue 4

Playwright David Williamson and surfer Sheldon Simkus talk about our love affair with north-facing beaches; photographer Russell Shakespeare reveals some of his favourite places; Susi Muddiman expands her horizons, and artist Shaun Daniel Allen’s career takes off. We talk to tennis legend Pat Rafter on his quest to help save the koala, actor Rachel Ward talks regen with sustainability officer Andrew Cameron; we follow the region’s Mud Trail. And, of course, our guides to just about everything.

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Elemental Magazine Issue 3 - Contents

Issue 3

The space, sky and sea – we show you astrophotographer Dylan O’Donnell’s stargazing universe and photographers Sonia Friedrich and Kim Carey’s images from Byron’s bountiful beauty; Executive Chef Ebony Baker gives us dishes inspired by the world, from South America to our sugar cane fields; we shine a light on the wonderful world of equine therapy; Sally Colin-James’ novel, One Illumined Thread, takes the publishing world by storm; plus our guides to just about everything…

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Elemental Issue 2

Issue 2

Lucas Handley on the joys of freediving; Tracey Hocking on building her Lazybones brand; matriarch Pam Brook on building the Brookfarm legacy; entrepreneur Will Gammon on creating a sustainable creative arts industry in the region; the Living School lives on after the floods and writer Tristan Bancks on horror and humour; plus our Elemental guides to everything good, columnists and more…

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Issue 1 of Elemental magazine, with a whale on the cover

Issue 1

Delta Kay on her devotion to Country; chef Matt Stone brings his zero waste philosophy to the Northern Rivers; our essential Elemental guides; Hannabeth Luke 20 years on from the fateful day in Bali that changed her life; David Trewern’s Fliteboard soars; Emma Ashmere’s short story, ‘Elsewhere’; why we love our community halls and Angus McDonald on the intersection of art and human rights.

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