La La Land closed after liquor licence handed back

ONE of Byron Bay's iconic nightclubs ceased trading last month after the licensee handed back the La La Land's liquor licence the the Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing.

The popular Lawson St premises was gutted by by fire in January 2014 and last posted on its Facebook page on September 4.

Calls from the Northern Star to La La Land went to a recorded message yesterday.

Tweed Byron police Inspector Greg Jago said the command recieved an email from the Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing on September 18, confirming the licensee handed back the liquor licence.

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