Committees and Boards of Management

There are 10 Section 355 Committees and three Boards of Management that manage some of Byron Shire Council's community facilities. 

The information here is provided to help committees with their work and includes minutes of meetings.

 

Address: Station Street, Bangalow

Bookings/Enquiries: Brian Warrick 0427 157 565 

Terms of Reference

  1. To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
  2. To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
  3. To ensure compliance with council policies and all relevant legislation.
  4. To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the Hall.
  5. To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  6. To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  7. To develop procedures for equity of access to the Hall for the local community.
  8. To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and paid venue coordinator costs).
  9. In consultation with the Venue Coordinator:
    • care for and maintain the venue;
    • ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers of the Hall;
    • ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Occupational Health and Safety, Place of Public Entertainment and other legislation relevant to the operations of the Venue.

Board of Management Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

Community Representatives:

  • Roland Dickson - Vice Chair
  • Peta Heeson - Treasurer
  • Tony Heeson - Chair
  • Don Osborne - Secretary
  • Michael Dowd
  • John Hudson
  • Becky Buckwell
  • Anouska Gammon

Board of Management Meets: 2nd Wednesday of each month

Byron Shire Council Staff Contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: Market St, Bangalow

Bookings/Enquiries: Shane Olive 02 6687 1035

Website: Bangalow Market - Showground page

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Showground facilities.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Showground.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Showground.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

Management Committee Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

  • Cr Simon Richardson

Community Representatives:

  • Toni Appleton
  • Ian Grissell
  • Murray Hand - Secretary
  • Peter Hill - Deputy Chair (representing Bangalow Pony Club)
  • Stephen Jarrett (representing Bangalow Show Society)
  • Neville Maloney - Treasurer (representing Bangalow Market)
  • Michael Omeara (representing Bangalow Show Society)
  • Jed Patterson (representing Polocrosse)
  • Richard Millyard
  • Shane Olive

Management Committee meets: 3rd Monday of the month

Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 22 Fingal Street, Brunswick Heads

Bookings/Enquiries: Brunswick Heads Visitor Centre 02 6685 1002  admin@brunswickheads.org.au

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Hall.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

Management Committee Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

Community Representatives:

  • Trudy Ashworth - Chair
  • Melinda Bennett - Bookings
  • Ann Burnett
  • Marj Trimble
  • Leah Schinagl
  • Dianne Burke
  • Tracey Woods
  • Paul Brennan - Treasurer and Secretary
  • Annette Duffield

Management Committee meets: 1st Tuesday every second month

Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 42 South Beach Rd, Brunswick Heads

Bookings/Enquiries: Fran Leske 02 6685 1498  brunsvalleycommunitycentre@gmail.com

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Centre.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Centre.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Centre.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

Management Committee Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

Community Representatives

  • Fran Leske - Bookings/ Secretary/ Assistant Treasurer (representing Brunswick Valley Meals on Wheels Service)
  • Jenny Moore - Treasurer/ Assistant Secretary
  • Colin Monroe
  • Elizabeth Jackson (representing Liberation Larder)
  • Peter Devine (representing Byron Shire Respite Service Inc)

Management Committee meets: 2nd Friday of every second month

Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 16 Mud Brick Lane (off Coopers Lane) Main Arm 2482

Bookings/Enquiries: Ingrid 02 6684 5294  bookings@durrumbulhall.org

Durrumbul Hall website

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall and its surrounds.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Hall and surrounds.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall and surrounds.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

Management Committee Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

Community Representatives:

  • Rommel Albanese
  • Robin Buckley
  • Duncan Dey - Secretary/ Treasurer
  • Wayne Smith - Maintenance
  • Liz Elliott
  • Ewan Willis
  • Amber Cordell-Mollet - Chair

Management Committee meets: 2nd Wednesday every second month

Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

Previous Meeting Minutes

Please note the Gallery is closed until further notice 

Address: Byron Bay Library building, Corner of Lawson & Middleton Streets, Byron Bay

Bookings/Enquiries: Melitta Firth email lonegoatgallery@byron.nsw.gov.au

Lone Goat Gallery website

Terms of Reference

  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Gallery.
  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Gallery.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the Gallery.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the Gallery for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and paid gallery coordinator costs).
  • In consultation with the Gallery Coordinator:
    • care for and maintain the venue;
    • ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers of the Gallery;
    • ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the Gallery.

The Lone Goat Gallery have a Strategic Plan which can be downloaded from here(PDF, 3MB) .

Board of Management Membership

Councillor representatives

Community representatives

  • Faye Dorczak - Secretary
  • Maureen Lightfoot - Treasurer
  • Denise Napier - Chair
  • John Hertzberg
  • Liz Marshall
  • Isabel Studer 

Board of Management Meets: 2nd Monday of the month

Byron Shire Council Staff Contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 37 Marvell St, Byron Bay

Bookings/Enquiries: Margaret 0412 665 985  marg@margrob.com

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Hall.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs). 

Management Committee Membership

Councillor Representative(s):

Community Representatives:

  • Caroline Lloyd - Chair
  • Margaret Robertson - Bookings
  • Maureen Lightfoot - Treasurer
  • Cate Bailey - Secretary

Management Committee meets: 3rd Wednesday of the month

Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 55 Dalley Street, (P.O. Box 539) Mullumbimby

Bookings/ Enquiries: Heather Rose, Venue Coordinator 0488 609 774  bookings@mullumcivic.com

Website: Mullum Civic Hall

Terms of Reference

  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the Hall.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the Hall for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and paid venue coordinator costs).
  • In consultation with the Venue Coordinator:
    • care for and maintain the venue;
    • ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers of the Hall;
    • ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the Venue.

Board of Management Membership

Councillor/s:

Community Members:

  • John Dorczak 
  • Sam Fell - Secretary 
  • Maureen Lightfoot - Treasurer
  • Anthony Reardon 

Board of Management Meets: 2nd Wednesday of the month

Byron Shire Council Staff Contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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Address: 55 Rajah Road, Ocean Shores

Bookings/ Enquiries:

WebsiteOcean Shores Community Centre

Terms of Reference

  • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
  • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
  • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Hall.
  • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
  • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
  • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
  • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
  • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
  • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
  • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
  • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
  • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

Management Committee Membership

Councillor/s:

Community Members:

  • Susan Cubis - Secretary
  • Gail Fuller - Chair
  • Wendy Smith - Treasurer
  • Trudy Ashworth - Bookings

    Management Committee meets: 1st Monday every second month

    Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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    Address: 2 Helen Street, South Golden Beach

    Postal Address: PO Box 11, New Brighton NSW 2483

    Bookings/ Enquiries: General Enquiries (Email preferred) southgoldenhall@gmail.com

    Website: www.sgbhall.com

    Terms of Reference

    • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Centre.
    • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
    • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Centre.
    • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Centre.
    • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
    • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
    • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
    • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
    • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
    • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
    • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
    • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

    Management Committee Membership

    Councillor/s:

    Community Members:

    • Lotje Boer - Secretary
    • Maureen Lightfoot - Treasurer
    • Lydia Burth-Weir - Bookings Officer
    • Louisa Miller - Chairperson
    • Janelle Horrigan

    Management Committee Meets: 2nd Tuesday of the month

    Byron Shire Council Staff Contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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      Address: Cnr Clifford and Alcorn Streets, Suffolk Park

      Bookings/ Enquiries: 0429 466 260   suffolkparkhall@gmail.com

      Terms of Reference

      • To maximise income and promote optimum usage of the Hall.
      • To care for and maintain the facility, through responsible day to day management.
      • To ensure the safety of the patrons, contractors and volunteers at the Hall.
      • To provide short and long-term strategic marketing direction for the Hall.
      • To ensure compliance with Council policies and all relevant legislation.
      • To ensure compliance with Council's adopted fees and charges, Work, Health and Safety and other legislation relevant to the operations of the facility.
      • To provide recommendations to Council for function improvements and/or upgrades to the facilities.
      • To source and secure grant funding opportunities for Council's consideration.
      • To plan and undertake fund raising activities as required.
      • To develop procedures for equity of access to the facilities for the local community.
      • To ensure that negative impacts on the environment and neighbours are minimised.
      • To strive for a "break-even" or profitable annual financial position (after all operational, short and long-term maintenance, building insurance and other costs).

      Management Committee Membership

      Councillor/s:

      Community Members:

      • Margaret Beazley
      • Sergio Scudery
      • Annabelle Sinclair
      • Joy Taylor - Secretary
      • Margaret Wiles - Chair
      • Madeleine Serrier - Bookings

      Management Committee meets: As arranged

      Byron Shire Council staff contact: Community Development 02 6626 7000

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