• Jasmine Phillips

Kyogle Culture Issue 5 is out now!

Updated: Jul 5, 2019

It's here! Kyogle Culture Magazine is hot off the press.




I hope you are going to enjoy reading about some of our wonderful local makers and creators, food and events including The Farmer's Plate Kyogle, with loads of local businesses telling their stories too!


There's a feature on videographer and photographer Paul Daley (who's beautiful works are among items featured in the new Kyogle Museum which opened yesterday), and a look at the new Roxy Gallery.


Check out some of the history behind the Kyogle Fairymount Festival, find out about local events, accommodation and attractions, and meet children's book author Ilka Blue.


There is so much in here its impossible to fit it all in one blog post, so make sure you grab your free copy around town. You can download the online version to share with family and friends.


I hope you enjoy this issue, kindly supported by Kyogle Council and local businesses...and thank you to all who feature in our pages!


We will be featuring stories from the issue each week on social media, so follow us on Facebook and Instagram to see more.




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Kyogle Culture was originally establish by artist and designer Susie Marcroft-Rodgers and members of the Kyogle & District Chamber of Commerce in 2016.

 

Issue Four onwards has been published by Wild Honey Creative, a Kyogle based graphic design, web and marketing studio.

 

Please contact our team for any enquiries.

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Kyogle Council is proud to sponsor to printed copies of Kyogle Culture Magazine as part of its commitment to arts and business development in the region.

Kyogle Culture Magazine, and publisher Wild Honey Creative, acknowledges Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the Traditional Custodians of this land - Australia. We acknowledge the Gullibul people of the Bundjalung Nation as the traditional custodians of the area where we live and work. We pay our respects to ancestors and Elders, past, present and emerging.

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