The idea behind this blog took shape over an extended period. One day I decided that a couple of years procrastinating was enough, and took the plunge, despite competition with other time commitments.
I’m wanting to look at some of the more interesting aspects of the Northern Rivers, the forgotten corners, the things that virtually nobody pays attention to. As everyone who lives here knows, the North Coast of New South Wales is one of the most beautiful places in the world to live, and has a diverse, eclectic community that is somewhat oriented towards alternative values and lifestyles.
My core area of exploration is largely bounded by Yelgun (Byron Shire) in the north, New Italy (south of Woodburn) to the south, and Casino to the west.
I’m hoping to make the blog a bit quirky, playful, artistic, historical, and the opposite of Twitter.
The opposite of Twitter….??!
What I mean is that in contrast to today’s online social media environment where the mass consciousness is dumbing down and attention spans are shortening, Uniquely North Coast intends to go into some detail and run to some length. We’re going to rebel and buck the trend.
Suggestions are encouraged, but please bear in mind the following:
- You have a greater chance of your idea being included if you relate your suggestion to the blog’s dominant themes.
- Unfortunately I can only cover a fraction of the stories set to us, so if you’re not covered please don’t take it personally.
- All suggestions are filed for future reference, so there is no need to send in the same suggestion twice.
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I would like to acknowledge the Bundjalung Nation, Traditional Custodians of the land that is the subject of this blog.