The Byron Bay Community Association is a not for profit social enterprise that operates the Byron Community Centre.

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About the Byron Community Centre

Over the last 31 years, the Byron Community Centre (BCC) has played a key role in establishing and hosting a range of projects, services and events for locals and visitors alike in Byron Bay. Please have a look at the BCC history here.

The BCC building is also home to the Byron Markets office and the award-winning Byron Theatre which hosts a huge range of events including music, dance, theatre, art, film, school productions and conferences.

The ground-floor office in the BCC is an exceptionally busy place, it houses the Community Projects office as well as Byron Shire Volunteering and also functions as the Byron Theatre Box Office.

For more details visit the Byron Theatre, Venue Hire, VolunteeringCommunity and Byron Markets pages.

In addition, the Byron Community Centre is home to the local radio station Bay FM, as well as two local businesses housed at the Jonson Street entrance.

The Centre is entirely self-funded through income and project grants but receives no ongoing income from Federal, State or Local Governments. It is managed as a community reserve trust by the Byron Bay Community Association.

BBCA Membership

Support the Community Centre and become a member of the Byron Bay Community Association. The AGM is held in November and members vote for the new committee. To become a member your application must be signed and seconded by current members and endorsed by the committee. Membership costs $5.00

Apply online to become a BBCA Member