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Brunswick Heads

Brunswick Heads (pop. 1,614) is a charming holiday destination and also was formerly home to a large fishing fleet. Take the time to relax and take in the laid- back atmosphere here and soak up the cool green of the Brunswick River. The stylish Hotel Brunswick dates back to the 1940s and the courtyard is another great Old Highway One stop-off.

On the west side of the Brunswick Valley Way just north of the roundabout intersection with Coolamon Scenic Way, look out for an interesting historic information plaque about the 1880s village of Hainsville, which used to occupy this area before progress and highways finally rubbed it out. The plaque is surrounded by grass which that can be high at times, making it more difficult to find.

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Even the local Brunswick Heads Pharmacy is an art deco beauty!

Hotel Brunswick

The 1940s Hotel Brunswick is an Old Highway One oasis in Brunswick Heads. Make sure you try the battered fish in the Beer Garden :)

Memorial Hall

The Memorial Hall sign is in keeping with the laid-back art deco feel all through Brunswick Heads.

St Thomas' Anglican Church

Lovely timber St Thomas' Anglican Church dates back to 1922 in Brunswick Heads.

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Last Updated: 21 Jan 2012
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