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Bazaar for the Wildlife!

It’s the beginning of a new era for the Macadamia Castle, and on Saturday 4th December, our new home is hosting a Bazaar #forthewildlife open to the Northern Rivers community. Proudly supported by Southern Cross Credit Union, it’s a festive housewarming with proceeds goi ng towards supporting the treatment and recovery of Byron Bay Wildlife Hospital’s wildlife patients. Here's what to expect on the day. 50% off all Bazaar retail items With five weeks to go until Christmas, the Bazaar is the perfect opportunity to purchase a gift with purpose. Eat and Sip with the animals pop-up bars hosted by Brookies Gin and Seven Mile Brewing Co, wines by Super Natural Cellars, Seltzer by Delvi and local food produced by talented new chefs at the Castle. @ByronBayWildlifeHospital. Come and meet Matilda, Australia’s Largest Mobile Wildlife Hospital and the wildlife vets and nurses dedicated to providing expert treatment of wildlife patients, free of charge. Learn about plans for the park to become a sanctuary open to the public, focused on wildlife conservation, rehabilitation, research and educational visitor experiences.  Unique new retail offerings from our event partners Australian Geographic, Flavours of Byron Bay and Natio Natural Beauty Care Bazaar for the Wildlife is a free, family-friendly community event. Spend $20 on Bazaar retail items and receive free individual entry to the park, or spend $50 to receive free entry for the family. RSVP for this event


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