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5 Church Street, Bellingen NSW Australia.

We are open for breakfast, lunch & dinner 8am - 8pm, 7 Days | For bookings please phone 6655 0155

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    Our Story

    The philosophy @ No.5 is simple – an open space where people from all walks of life can come together to share an experience – to enjoy being nourished – to leave feeling inspired.

    Everything that we do is directed toward communicating ideas about how we can create a more sustainable, open minded, ethical and responsible community.

    Our food is a vehicle to express how we feel – wholesome & artistic, colourful & creative – simple flavours with attention to the details.

    We use the best local, organic & bio-dynamic produce available & design our menu based upon the abundance of the season – the way it should be!!

    By supporting local growers we are not only promoting growth of the local economy, we are reducing transportation costs & unnecessary use of non-renewable energy, not to mention providing healthy & affordable food for our community – whilst tantalising your taste buds too!!

    Our goal is not only to support local, ecologically balanced farming practices, but to actively venture towards establishing a holistic model for a fully sustainable small business operation that supports all those involved – our guests, our suppliers, our workers & ultimately ourselves!

    Live music, movie nights, social events & community gatherings – there’s always something going on down @ No.5!

    We welcome you to come down & enjoy the space, we look forward to serving you soon!

  1. Live@No.5

    Beneath the mountains by the sea, the magical Bellinger valley rolls just off the beaten track between Sydney & Brisbane, approximately 4hrs north of Newcastle and 3hrs south of Byron making it the perfect stop off for artists travelling along the old east coast tour trail.

    No.5 has established a strong reputation for hosting intimate live performances, with the likes of Mama Kin, Joe Robinson, Jack Carty, Jordie Lane, Deborah Connway, Perch Creek Family Jug band, The Mid North & Katie Noonan all playing memorable sell out shows.

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      Saturday 5th September



      Never one to put himself in a musical box , Pat Tierney strives to deliver a fresh , eclectic sound wherever he plays.

      Influenced by the likes of Harry Manx, Ben Harper and Bob Marley – Pat blends his love of the lap slide guitar with heartfelt story telling, a splash of blues , a drop of folk and a whole lotta love to create a unique and engaging performance.

      Over the past two years Pat has toured relentlessly up and down the East Coast Of Australia including QLD,NSW,VIC and TAS with over 200 live shows including support slots for The Beautiful Girls, Sticky Fingers, Husky, Bonjah and a string of festival performances including –

      * Caloundra Music Festival , Caloundra 2013

      * El Grande Music Festival , Gladstone 2014

      * Ocean St World Music Festival , Maroochydore 2014

      * Townsville Cultural Festival , Townsville 2014

      Having already released two EPs and two singles Pat gets set to release his debut album ‘Wild World Blues’ this coming June with national and international touring to follow.


      June 2012 – ‘Take On The World’ EP Tour (QLD and NSW) 6 shows

      Dec 2012/Jan 2013 – ‘Boots n Boards Tour’ (QLD,NSW,VIC,TAS) 20 shows

      Oct 2013 – ‘The World Don’t Owe You Nothin’ Single Release Tour (QLD,NSW) 11 shows

      Jan/Feb 2014 – ‘Summer Tour’ (QLD,NSW,VIC) 19 shows

      Sep/Oct 2014 – ‘Love We’re Looking For’ Single Release Tour (QLD,NSW,VIC) 21 shows


      Tix – $10

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      Tuesday 8th September

      Megan washington

      Following a completely sold-out national headline tour in February this year, two-time ARIA Award winning songbird Megan Washington has now announced the Tangents Tour – an extensive run of dates throughout Australia in August and September.

      Covering every national state and territory across 26 shows, the tour will see Megan perform a full string of stripped back, intimate appearances for the first time ever, with a particular focus on visiting her fans outside of Australia’s staple touring markets.

      2014 saw Megan release her ARIA Top 5 album ‘There There’ to rave reviews from fans and critics alike, with accompanying international performances throughout Europe and the United Kingdom. Recorded with Sam Dixon (Sia, Adele), Stella Mozgawa (Warpaint) and Leo Abraham (Roxy Music), the record is punctuated by Megan’s trademark lyrical hooks and lush, new-romantic pop references.


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      Wednesday 16th September

      megan washington 2nd show!!

      Two-time ARIA winner Megan Washington has announced a handful of additional dates on her national Tangents Tour, after selling out venues in Victoria, New South Wales, Tasmania and Western Australia within one week.

      Aiming to visit her fans outside of Australia’s staple touring markets, Washington has now added additional shows in Canberra, Fremantle, Melbourne, Newcastle, Bellingen and Launceston to round out the extensive tour in August and September.

      Covering every national state and territory across 32 separate shows, the run will see Megan perform exclusively intimate and stripped back sets for her fans for the very first time.

      On top of her upcoming performance at Splendour In The Grass Festival 2015 alongside Blur, Florence And The Machine, Tame Impala, Washington has just been announced as a support for Elton John’s ‘All The Hits Tour’ in the Hunter Valley on December 5.

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      Friday 18th September


      This conscious multi-instrumentalist is one of the most unique artists in Australia right now. Dubbed ‘The Rhythm King’ AKoVA brings an inspiring vibe wherever he performs. This eclectic artist utilizes vocals, guitars, ukulele, Cajon, djembe, ankle bells and an assortment of other percussive instruments. Enthralling audiences as he plays most at once. His signature blend of alternative rhythmic roots comes from a life of music. With tribal drumming, driving rhythms and lyrics that make you glad to be alive. This formidable artist’s quirky nature is enticing, truly an experience for the eyes, feet ‘n’ soul.

      ‘There’s a forgotten bridge between humanity and nature that AKoVA crosses. His music is exemplary of the kind that could be made in modern tribal society, albeit performed by one man.’ YAK Magazine


      Tix $10

      Website: www.akova.com.au
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      Saturday 19th September

      Jason Lowe

      “Having returned from two years living and touring in Canada, achieving sensational widespread acclaim, Jason Lowe, the young Singer-Songwriter from Newcastle will be gracing our stage in support of his latest self-titled record.
      Jason’s live shows are an experience like no other, and embody an emotion, poetic and musical power, and wisdom that have been likened only to such greats as his heroes Joni Mitchell and Neil Young. (The former of which he had the honor to meet, an enchanting story that fans delight to hear at his live shows)

      His astounding abilities both as a composer and performer, as well as his prodigious skills on the lap slide guitar and acoustic guitars, vocals and harmonica, are mesmerizing and awe inspiring.”

      www.jasonlowe.bandcamp.com (For all full album listening/downloads)
      www.jasonlowemusic.com (For all show dates and info etc)


      Tix $12

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      Thursday 24th September

      The Rockabilly Women Show

      After sell out shows in Sydney, Newcastle and the NSW South Coast, critically acclaimed ‘The Rockabilly Women Show’ is touring NSW mid North Coast in September.

      ‘The Rockabilly Women’ will turn back the clock to the 1950’s and we invite you to come along to this fantastic show. It will be the most fun history lesson you have ever heard! Featuring the stories and songs of the most important women of early rock and roll. A killer four piece band mixed with vintage video clips makes this a must see show.

      “Narelle Evans has tapped into and captured the heart and soul of Rockabilly”
      -Georgina Reed, Mix Biz

      If Elvis caused a scandal in 1955 – imagine what it was like for women who wanted to rock!

      The female rock and rollers of the 1950’s unknowingly became pioneers. They laid foundations for the cultural and sexual revolutions of the 1960’s and a story rarely told

      Four women  (including Wanda Jackson) who defied convention and rocked in this era are celebrated. The show is built around their fascinating stories set against the backdrop of 1950’s mid west America. The dialogue is based on recorded quotes of the women and incorporates vintage stills and footage.

      Come and hear the gems these women recorded played live by some fine Sydney music luminaries:

      Narelle Evans – Vocals: (The Jive Bombers, Bridie King)

      Jack Evans – Guitar/Vocals: (Steve Prestwich (Cold Chisel) Band, The Kites)

      Chris Perry – Bass/Vocals/Musical director: (The Moods, The Jive Bombers)

      Toby Hall – Drums: (James Morrison, Paul Gabowsky, Vince Jones)

      Creatively developed by acclaimed director Robert Jarman.


      TIX – $20

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      Saturday 26th September

      Dave Garnham and Leo Rondeau (USA)

      David Garnham crafts country tinged ballads about booze and women, fuelled by isolation and self-loathing.

      Twisted love, the human condition and gin feature prominently in songs laden with candour and heartbreak.

      Dave’s debut album Love inside a Jar, produced by Charles Jenkins and Justin Rudge, has been described as ‘the start of a substantial career’ by the Courier Mail. He has won multiple NT song of the year awards as well as the Americana category in the International Songwriting Competition.

      Dave was mentored through the Telstra Road to Discovery development program (songwriter category), and with his band The Reasons to Live have supported such acts as You Am I, Jeff Lang, Liz Stringer, Mama Kin, Wagons and Gomez.
      Leo Rondeau deals in stories candid and honest and plainspoken. Based in Austin, Texas, his own story finds root in the Turtle Mountains of North Dakota near the town of Dunseith, where Rondeau grew up surrounded by country music listeners and pickers spanning three generations. “It was always around me,” he says.

      This aspect of his adolescence bolstered an unwavering sense of self and place in his work that sets Rondeau apart from peer musicians. A child of the rural American west and owning family lineage within the Turtle Mountain band of the Chippewa Indian tribe, his own history and worldview are engrained in the lines of his songs. This is about a type of honesty that means more than simply telling the truth. It’s a voice that either lives within you or does not.

      Early on, Rondeau found and dug into such contemporary mainstream artists as Steve Earle and Dwight Yoakam, gleaning from them a penchant for up-tempo numbers geared toward the dance hall. But Leo Rondeau is a country dance band with a folk singer’s heart. In the honkytonks of Austin and elsewhere you’ll always find the dance floor in full swing, but you’ll also find bar sitters turned on their stools watching the stage.

      Rondeau is first and foremost a songwriter. As a boy, he took immediate interest in writing and has maintained a deep respect for studying one’s own life through song. He calls himself a lifelong musician, and to hear him play will take the wind out of anyone who says otherwise. In his writing, Rondeau has been heavily influenced by the dolorous and at times bleak illustrations of Hank Williams, Jimmie Rodgers and Townes Van Zandt. His marked presence within the scenes of his stories is even reminiscent of early Tom Waits tunes in their somber appreciation of the darker realities of life.

      The listener finds a departure from these influences, however, in Rondeau’s trademark hopefulness. A steady appreciation of life in all its twinges and sorrows, victories and joys.

      He remains a student of music for life. For Rondeau, playing is as much a necessary ritual as a creative pursuit or career. He can be found nearly every Thursday night at The White Horse in Austin playing to old fans, and many other nights singing his stories in barrooms and dance halls throughout the country.

      While country music is ostensibly known for wearing hearts on shirtsleeves, Rondeau is a musician for whom the man and the music are inextricable. A man singing under his breath as he walks down an empty street. A doleful sound on the wind and a pleasant harmony. To hear him say it on his album Take It and Break It: “Here’s my heart. Do what you want.”


      Tix $12

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      Wednesday 7th October


      Darwin’s greatest export, VanderAa, will embark on a massive run of shows this Winter – Spring, which will see their captivating online videos brought to stages across the country. Kicking off the tour, the band will be on the bill for the boutique festival Splendour In The Grass – 24th July 2015.

      The ‘Online to Live’ tour will showcase VanderAa’s fresh new material title ‘Live Online’! After wrapping up their ‘Sunlovers St’ summer tour, brothers Aaron and Levi are in demand to bring their online performances to the road.

      “VanderAa is all about the live show – I wanted to bring that same live energy to our online audience using a similar concept to triple J’s ‘Like a Version’” says Levi.

      Hailing from Darwin, brothers Aaron and Levi VanderAa have accomplished a healthy touring schedule since their inception in 2014. The acclaimed live act has taken their music from busking the outback to the capital cities. Independently notching up over 300 shows performing at festivals such as Splendour In The Grass alongside some of the biggest names in Australian music; San Cisco, Sticky Fingers, Florence & The Machine, Xavier Rudd, Tame Impala, Boy & Bear, and many more.

      The multi-instrumentalist duo is no average walk in the park but a graceful, movin’ and shakin’, getting down and then back up again affair! VanderAa are a must have on your bucket list with their irresistible onstage energy, vivacious singing, sunshine funk guitar riffs that leaves you wanting more.



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      Friday 16th October

      Ed Kuepper

      For the better part of 2013 / 2014 Ed Kuepper toured the nation performing his crowd-pleasing ‘By Request’ show in city centres and regional towns culminating in a sold-out performance at the City Recital Hall for Sydney Festival, whereupon our Ed assembled various members of the Sydney Chamber Orchestra for a once-in-a-lifetime radical re-working of Kuepper Klassics.

      Ed Kuepper’s wisdom is evident and naturally his relationship with the songs he wrote decades ago has matured and shifted. He isn’t satisfied with rattling off old times to a parochial audience in a suburban pub. His music continues to expand, injected with new facts, new sub-ploys, and sometimes shifting the narrative entirely. – FBI radio review

      For his first tour of 2015 Ed Kuepper will again tackle any industry pre-conceptions, this time though, performing a set of largely new and as-yet-unrecorded material for a tour being dubbed Nostalgia For The New. And, in a further twist to the norm, Herr Kuepper will undertake the tour via a 3-week-mid-week residency in Brisbane, Sydney & Melbourne with spin-off weekend shows in regional areas.

      I was thinking of the times you’d go out and see an artist to hear the new stuff, I kind of missed it…felt a nostalgia for the new if you catch my drift – Ed Kuepper

      The new material is being workshopped with the intention of recording a new album of all new studio material – his first since the wonderous Jean Lee and the Yellow Dog – before the end of the year. However, with each show being upwards of 2 hours long and without a support, our Ed has graciously allowed some of those back catalogue gems to be included in the set(s) too.

      But wait, that’s not all, in between times, the nation’s first true Saint has also been busy putting down his first full-length soundtrack for the feature film Last Cab To Darwin. Directed by Jeremy Sims and starring Michael Caton, Last Cab… will premiere at this year’s Sydney Film Festival.

      … for me the chance of a lifetime really, been wanting to get into film scoring for years … it’s a very moving film which hopefully I’ve done justice to – Ed Kuepper

      In the meantime get ready to lock in your mid-week winter kicks with Ed Kuepper as he sweeps down the east coast on his Nostalgia For The New tour this July.

      Tix $30

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      Saturday 17th October

      Angus Gill & Harley Coleman

      Multifaceted rising star Angus Gill will be bringing his one man show to Bellingen on Saturday 15th August. Acoustic showmanship, honest storytelling and contagious wit in an intimate setting, will be additions to the menu at 5 Church Street. “Any artist will say that their show is going to be ‘fun’, but mine is going to be great fun,” chuckles Gill. “I love the vibe of Bellingen. It’s a thrill to be bringing my songs to such a creative place.”

      Described as a ‘firecracker of a fellow’ by country music’s elite, Gill has co-written with the likes of Golden Guitar winners such as: Adam Harvey, Felicity Urquhart, Drew McAlister (McAlister Kemp) Allan Caswell and Luke O’Shea, as well as writing the Music Count Us In 2014 anthem with John Foreman OAM and Harry Angus (Cat Empire). Music Count Us In involved half a million children singing the same song at the same time, on the same day.

      Whilst he may have a reputation for singing country music, he mentions that there will be less country in the show, than his bovine name suggests. “I’m really into blues and roots music at the moment, so that will colour the show up a bit,” the Tea and Biscuits singer jokes. “I’m going to mix it up with a mixture of originals, and songs that I wish were originals.”

      Port Macquarie singer/songwriter Harley Coleman will be opening the show with his soulful pop tunes from 6:00pm. Secure your seat by calling 5 Church Street on 6655 0155. Tickets are only $10.

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      Saturday 7th November

      Rick Price

      Rick Price Presents a dynamic and emotionally powerful, one man show. With his souring voice and soulful story telling songs, he takes the audience on a journey from the heights of laughter to the depth of tears.
      Rick combines his greatest hits, works from his latest release “Tennessee Sky” and songs from the ‘Great Singers’ that have inspired and helped to create Ricks’ unique style. These include special tracks from Elvis, Ray Charles, Sam Cooke and Sinatra. Ricks musical style covers everything from Rock, Rhythm and Blues, Soul and Gospel….from the modern era back to the old time classics.
      “The voice of this soulful Australian has the power to silence to rooms and move hearts, as he belts out notes created by the God’s themselves. Each word is delivered with such reassurance and understanding, while each note and chord goes out of it’s way to invoke emotions within you”. – Mark Spencer
      Rick is the consummate performer, a multi-instrumentalist and world class vocalist who never fails todeliver an experience to remember. Price continues to write and produce for numerous fellow artists. He currently resides in Nashville, Tennessee, where he recorded his new album “Tennessee Sky” – 2015. Ricks’ musical growth and sensibilities are highlighted on this uplifting release, one of Ricks’ finest to date.
      Awards and accolades include APRA Song Of The Year award for his song “Heaven Knows” and the Export Music Australia Award for his ‘Outstanding Achievements Abroad’. ‘Album of the Year’ and ‘Song of the Year’ at the Australian Music Awards, 1993.


      Tix: $25pre/$30door

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      Friday 13th November

      Victoriana Gaye

      Victoriana Gaye return to No.5 Bellingen after 2 years away.
      Sometimes whimsical, sometimes romantic and sometimes rockin’.
      Victoriana Gaye describe their sound as a combination of indie folk-rock and new-wave pop, but performed in a singer songwriter style.
      The couple play a mix of acoustic and electric guitars, trumpet, harmonica and take it in turns to sing lead or harmony.
      Vicki Gaye Philipp and Jeff Raglus have packed a lot into the 6 years since they formed. Recording 4 albums, ‘Five Songs’, ‘Our Pleasure’, ‘ Holy Roll’ and their latest ‘Red Moon Ray’.

      They have toured and played their original tunes at festivals and venues in Japan, New Caledonia and Australia. In 2014 they played all around England, Scotland, Germany, Holland, Denmark and France. in particular Le Cote de Basque area.

      ***”Vicki and Jeff are a wonder couple. Their music is beautiful folk pop. I have been in awe of them for years!” Mama Kin

      ***”Victoriana Gaye make beautiful music!” Abbe May.




      Tix $8

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      Friday 20th November

      Abbie Cardwell (Single Launch) & Nicole Brophy

      Multiple award winning Australian singer songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Abbie Cardwell writes songs that pay homage to her influences. Armed with her tenor banjo, guitar, ukulele, harmonica and voice Abbie has harvested a string of albums that span genres and yet beautifully tie together to reflect all the parts that inspire her beguiling artistry.

      From years of acoustic roots love-lorn alt-country ballads plucked on antique banjos to raucous vintage Mexican Mariachi surf rock with a 10 piece band she has most certainly covered some varied grounds and countries. Abbie’s history of roots americana diverged into a Mexican obsession almost 5 years ago when she, without any Spanish or contacts, bought a ticket to Mexico City to search for a band to collaborate with. Fate brought her in contact with Spaghetti-Western-Rockers Twin Tones whom she continues touring and collaborating with to this day. This refreshing musical break gave Abbie time to explore new sounds and wrap her lips around the romantic language of Español.

      The blend of all these influences are now coming together in her renewed solo career as she has committed the larger part of 2015 in solitude songwriting in the Brisbane countryside to solve the mystery of what these influences create when mixed with her roots. Now is the dawn of her new musical chapter that brings it all together. Abbie likes to call it her recipe of “Country Americana-with-a-dash-of-hot-sauce” that you would listen to on “a Mexicana Tijuana road-trip!”

      It’s true the music bug is in the blood. Her pa Roger Cardwell just so happened to be awarded by the Australian Country Music Hall of Fame as the ‘pioneer of country music television’ for his role hosting and performing on the first TV show The Country & Western Hour during the 1960’s. It’s also true the music bug bit her big brother Jeb Cardwell equally as hard. You might even catch him playing dobro with Abbie live (as well as Kasey Chambers from time to time).

      Abbie has shown “mastery of any style, vindicating her title as ‘The Belle of Rootsy-Rockabilly-Twang’ (dB Mag) and has naturally attracted a string of songwriting awards to her collection of independently released albums. As well as being a gifted songwriter Abbie is also blessed with a voice that found her being begged to audition for The Voice Australia. This slightly out-of-character move on her behalf won her a position on Keith Urbans team. Cardwell has received recognition for her talents (aka ‘pats-on-the-back’) from Triple J Unearthed Winner, BMI USA Song Winner and ABC Music Award Winner.

      Abbie’s new solo album is currently in the making with American producer Nick Didia (Bruce Springsteen, Powderfinger) and her first fictional story will be released within the cinematic Spaghetti-Mex-Western story album Guadalupe’s Revenge in Mexico late 2015.

      Be sure to catch Abbie live as she hits the road showcasing her new sounds with a string of solo and band performances for her Australian East Coast Tour during October-November 2015 before she heads back overseas!


      Tix $15


    Beneath the mountains by the sea, the magical Bellinger valley rolls just off the beaten track between Sydney & Brisbane, approximately 4hrs north of Newcastle and 3hrs south of Byron making it the perfect stop off for artists travelling along the old east coast tour trail.

    No.5 has established a strong reputation for hosting intimate live performances, with the likes of Mama Kin, Joe Robinson, Jack Carty, Jordie Lane, Deborah Connway, Perch Creek Family Jug band, The Mid North & Katie Noonan all playing memorable sell out shows.

    • Friday 6th December

      Dustin Tebbut
    • Saturday 7th December

      Nice Verdes
    • Saturday 14th December

      Joni Mitchell Show
    • Sunday 15th December

    • Saturday 21st December

      Shaun Kirk
    • Friday 3rd January

      Hunt Brothers
    • Saturday 4th January

      Zoe Elliot
    • Friday 10th January

      Rizal Abdulhadi
    • Saturday 11th January

      Aubrey Auld
    • Thursday 16th January

      Jamie Hutchings
    • Friday 17th January

      Matt Henry, Brad Butcher & Jen Mize
    • Saturday 18th January

    • Friday 24th January

      Matt Wicking & D.A Calf
    • Saturday 25th January

      Kim Churchill
    • Sunday 26th January

      Hatz Fitz & Cara
    • Saturday 15th February

      Miss Renee Simone
    • Thursday 20th February

    • Friday 21st February

    • Friday 28th February

    • Thursday 6th March

      The London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 8th March

    • Friday 14th March

    • Wednesday 19th March

    • Thursday 27th March

    • Friday 28th March

    • Saturday 29th March

    • Friday 4th April

      THE BEEZ
    • Saturday 5th April

    • Friday 18th April

    • Sunday 20th April

      The Bakers Digest
    • Saturday 3rd May

    • Saturday 10th May

    • Friday 16th May

      Twin Haus
    • Friday 23rd May

      Slow Turismo
    • Saturday 24th May

    • Friday 30th May

    • Saturday 31st May

      Kevin Bennett and Glen Hannah
    • Friday 6th June

      Ed Kuepper
    • Saturday 7th June

    • Saturday 14th June

      T.J.Quinton & Ahliya Kite
    • Friday 20th June

      Lucie Thorne
    • Saturday 21st June

      Beaten Bodies
    • Thursday 26th June

      Mustered Courage
    • Friday 27th June

      The Dead Setters
    • Thursday 10th July

      Justin Bernasconi
    • Friday 11th July

      The Yearlings
    • Sunday 13th July

      Little Bastard
    • Sunday 20th July

      Essie Thomas
    • Thursday 24th July

    • Friday 1st August

      JAY HOAD
    • Saturday 2nd August

      Tim ‘Tonic’ Hulsman
    • Saturday 9th August

      Melody Pool & Marlon Williams
    • Friday 15th August

    • Wednesday 20th August

      Vincent Cross
    • Thursday 21st August

      Mr Black and Blues
    • Friday 29th August

      Miriam Lieberman
    • Sunday 31st August

      Julia Henning
    • Saturday 13th September

      Katie Noonan
    • Thursday 18th September

      Maia Jelavic
    • Friday 3rd October

      Cat Canteri
    • Saturday 4th October

    • Sunday 5th October

      Luke Jon Shearer
    • Friday 10th October

      Brad Martin and Shaun Meehan
    • Saturday 11th October

      Lisa Richards and The Baker Suite
    • Wednesday 15th October

      The Grahams + Marcus Blake + Phil Smith
    • Friday 17th October

      All Our Exes Live in Texas
    • Thursday 23rd October

      Siskin River – ALBUM TOUR!
    • Friday 24th October

      James Bennett
    • Friday 31st October

      Yoyo Tuki
    • Saturday 1st November

      Starboard Cannons
    • Thursday 6th November

      We Two Theives
    • Friday 7th November

      We Two Theives – ENCORE!!
    • Saturday 8th November

    • Wednesday 12th November

      Hat Fitz & Cara “Do Tell” Tour
    • Friday 14th November

      Benjalu Winter Acustic tour with The Flumes
    • Friday 21st November

      Jack Carty
    • Wednesday 26th November

      Liz Stringer
    • Saturday 29th November

      Toni Swain
    • Monday 1st December

      MOVIE NIGHT @ NO 5 – Jim Henson’s LABYRINTH!!!
    • Friday 5th December

      Steve Tyson
    • Saturday 6th December

      Betty and Oswald
    • Monday 8th December

      FILM CLUB!! Screening – FRANK
    • Wednesday 10th December

    • Thursday 11th December

      David Flower and Caroline Trengove
    • Sunday 14th December

      Tora – Eat The Sun Tour
    • Monday 15th December

      No 5 Film Club presents – TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE!!
    • Thursday 18th December

      Steve Smyth
    • Friday 19th December

    • Saturday 20th December

      Darren Jack
    • Monday 22nd December

      FLIM CLUB PRESENTS – Bad Santa!!
    • Thursday 25th December

      – Christmas Day we are Closed –
    • Saturday 27th December

      Original Sin
    • Monday 29th December

    • Thursday 1st January

      – New Year’s Day we are closed –
    • Friday 2nd January

    • Saturday 3rd January

      Morgan Billygoat Tucker
    • Sunday 4th January

      The Brass Knuckle Brass Band
    • Friday 9th January

      Jenn Grant & The Starboard Cannons
    • Monday 12th January

    • Friday 16th January

      Steve Smyth
    • Monday 19th January

      Film Club Presents – WAKE IN FRIGHT!!
    • Friday 23rd January

      Dan Waters
    • Saturday 24th January

      Telegraph Tower
    • Sunday 25th January

      Daniel Champagne
    • Monday 26th January

    • Thursday 29th January

      Kava Kings
    • Friday 30th January

      Honey & Knives
    • Thursday 5th February

      I Sognaturi
    • Friday 6th February

      Grace Turner
    • Saturday 7th February

      Green Mohair Suits
    • Monday 9th February

      No 5 Film Club Presents – ERASERHEAD!!
    • Friday 13th February

      Den Hanrahan
    • Saturday 14th February

      Ed Wells w Benny Francis & Gina Balenzano
    • Friday 27th February

      Mr Cassidy w Andrew Morris
    • Saturday 28th February

    • Friday 6th March

      The London Klezmer Quartet
    • Saturday 7th March

      Kim Richey and Sarah Humphreys
    • Saturday 14th March

      Nick kingswell + alex gibson
    • Thursday 19th March

      dustin Thomas
    • Saturday 21st March

      The Beez
    • Saturday 28th March

    • Thursday 9th April

      Elwood Myre
    • Friday 10th April

    • Saturday 11th April

    • Friday 17th April

    • Saturday 18th April

    • Thursday 23rd April

      Betty & Oswald
    • Saturday 25th April

      Microwave Jenny
    • Thursday 30th April

      black bird hum
    • Friday 1st May

    • Saturday 2nd May

      Elana Stone
    • Friday 8th May

      The Flumes
    • Thursday 14th May

      The Silver Dollars
    • Friday 15th May

      willowy and direwolf
    • Thursday 21st May

      Sweet Lil Rider
    • Friday 22nd May

      Wes Carr presents “Here Comes The Sun” A Journey Through The Songs of George Harrison
    • Saturday 23rd May

    • Friday 29th May

      Fish On Fire
    • Saturday 30th May

      shake presents “BOOGIETRONIC”
    • Monday 8th June

    • Thursday 11th June

    • Friday 12th June

      Yhan Leal “Wilderness” Album Lauch
    • Saturday 13th June

      Harry Hookey & Matt Henry
    • Saturday 27th June

      Gavin Doniger is Mescalito Blues
    • Friday 3rd July

    • Saturday 4th July

    • Sunday 5th July

    • Thursday 9th July

      Jed Rowe & Alison Ferrier
    • Friday 17th July

      Brendan Gallagher
    • Saturday 18th July

      Harry Jakamarra
    • Friday 24th July

      Jimi Beavis and Paul Renton
    • Saturday 25th July

      Mick Daley, Jimmy Dowling and Den Hanrahan
    • Friday 31st July

      Starboard Cannons
    • Friday 14th August

      George Washingmachine’s Gypsy 5
    • Saturday 15th August

      shake presents : COSMIK
    • Friday 21st August

      Nova and the Experience
    • Thursday 27th August

    • Friday 28th August

      The Escalators
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    Food & Drink


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    Love our Locals

    The Bellinger Valley is home to some of the finest suppliers of fresh produce in the country & our local farmers & neighboring small businesses help us to present you with the best possible quality food & beverage that we can muster!

    We use the best local, organic & bio-dynamic produce where available. By supporting local growers we are not only promoting growth of the local economy, we are reducing transportation costs & unnecessary use of non-renewable energy, not to mention providing healthy & affordable food for our community.

    Here’s some of our favorite local suppliers…

    • PennyFarthing


      Sourcing the best seasonal organic green beans direct from the growers in Hondurus, Guatemala & Papua New Guinea. One of the best local roasts around.


      Penny Farthing Coffee Roasters


    • BellingenBrewing


      Using only the finest quality malted barley & hops, Mr Jennings has been producing a small range of hand crafted ales since 2005. With no additives or preservatives, this is real beer as it should be, brewed just across the bridge!


    • Kombu


      Located right next door, this family owned super store has been serving our local community with affordable organic & healthy living goodness for over 10 years. Thanks Kev, Lowanna & all the crew for your amazing hard work in supplying us with real, nutritious food to eat!


    • YamstickEggs


      Over the hill in the Missabotti Valley, 500 happy chooks pluck & peck around Yamstick Farm & supply us with some of the best eggs you’ll ever taste – certified organic, free range & very hard to beat – just check out the yolks! 


    • JimmysGreens


      Grown using an environmentally friendly & sustainable organic aquaponic system in Bonville, Jimmy grows his greens using absolutely no chemical fertilizers or pesticides & 90% less water then conventional soil based farming. This is a fully sustainable food production method that is ideal for our changing climatic environment – go get em’ Jimmy!


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      PAT & IVAN

      Out along the Waterfall Way toward Dorrigo, Pat & Ivan have been ‘open for business’ at Roses Fruit Stall for 50 odd years. Ivan drops in our green apples & local macadamias & never fails to throw in a cracker good old joke on the house.

    • GreenGrocers


      These guys are our local greengrocer, locally owned and run, they are focussed on sourcing the best local produce from the region.


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      From the sunny seaside town of Sawtell comes our seriously great gelato… try a scoop & see for yourself !

    • Pat


      Some potatoes, some veggies but mostly a good old cuppa tea & a chat. Last year we made a beautiful little short film called PAT, check it out here on ABC Open…


      PAT – ABC Open


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    Come Together

    Live music, community gatherings & events are happening all throughout the year & we would love to share it with you all!

    Keep up to date with the latest news, join our mailing list… click the mail icon bottome right of our webpage or visit our FaceBook page:


    And we’d love to get your feedback & hear the full report… we welcome you to review us on tripadvisor.com.au!!


    For artist bookings please contact Tracey Collier-Griffiths:

    Kick Music Management

    E: tracey@kickmusic.com.au


    5 Church Street Bellingen NSW, Australia 2454
    P: 6655 0155
    E: cometogether@5churchstreet.com