Banners promote seasonal signature events in Lismore
Published on 18 May 2023
New colourful banners are being strung throughout Lismore to promote signature seasonal events as we encourage locals and visitors alike to return to the CBD and enjoy all Lismore has to offer.
The banners will also feature iconic local organisations, such as the much-loved Northern Rivers Conservatorium, better known as The Con, and the Richmond River Historical Society and many more.
Lismore City Mayor Steve Krieg said the banners will bring life and colour to Lismore.
“Our city has so much to offer and it’s time that we start singing it from the rooftops,” he said.
“With more local business re-opening every day, we want to attract people back into the CBD and greater Lismore to support those businesses.
“These banners are a great way of letting tourists know what’s on offer, and to remind locals that despite the natural disaster, Lismore is still the best place in the world to live and raise a family.”
The banners are now up around the Block, with others to be hung over the next week.
The Winter series of banners will feature:
- Artwork by Bundjalung artist Tania Marlowe
- LisAmore! - 17-18 June 2023
- Lismore Lantern Parade – 24 June 2023
- Lismore Pop-Up Library at 146 Molesworth Street
- Lismore Regional Pop-Up Gallery at 46 Magellan Street
- NORPA Makers Hub at Lismore Showgrounds, May – June 2023
- The Quad – Lismore’s Creative Playground
- Richmond River Historical Society
- Winter sports for all to enjoy across Lismore, including baseball, football, netball, rugby league, rugby union, tennis and hockey
To find out more about the banners and links to events and organisations featured, visit visitlismore.com.au/winter