MY FAVOURITE: Craig Greaves sent in this photo, noting: “Spending time with the kids. It’s amazing how much a pack of prawns and a fishing rod can bring you together.” Send your photos of your favourite place or activity on the Northern Rivers to news@northernstar.com.au.
MY FAVOURITE: Craig Greaves sent in this photo, noting: “Spending time with the kids. It’s amazing how much a pack of prawns and a fishing rod can bring you together.” Send your photos of your favourite place or activity on the Northern Rivers to news@northernstar.com.au. Contributed

Five fun things you can do today

CATCH top bowlers from across the region and interstate in action at this year's Summerland Series, which kicks off today. Australian representatives and a host of other talented players will feature in the $25,000 competition. Play starts with a three-day pairs competition this Friday. Singles will run over three days from Friday, January 3.

SUMMERLAND House Farm on Wardell Rd at Alstonville is open every day from 9am to 4pm. Let the kids cool off in the water spray park or take a tractor tour and cool off in the cafe with the delicious summer menu.

HERITAGE tours of the Cape Byron Lighthouse, every day from 10am until 3.30pm. Run by the Cape Byron Trust with assistance from the Cape Byron Friends Volunteer group.

THE Blue Knob Farmers Market is on tomorrow from 9am until 3pm, featuring a range of fruit, veggies, seedlings, wood-fired breads and pastries, as well as local home-made produce.

WITH temperatures tipped to peak at 29 degrees in Lismore today, take the opportunity to cool off at one of the local pools. The Goonellabah Sports and Aquatic Centre, Alstonville Pool and Ballina Memorial Olympic Pool and Waterslide are always popular options for families.



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