Surfing the Coldstream attracted a large crowd to Yamba. Photo: Rob Wright
Surfing the Coldstream attracted a large crowd to Yamba. Photo: Rob Wright

Coldstream puts out good vibes

ORGANISERS, attendees and band members all thought Surfing the Coldstream was well organised, full of community spirit and an all-round great event

Headline-act Caravãna Sun lead singer Luke Carra said the community spirit and energy was alive and the band felt at home in Yamba.

"It was a great opportunity to meet up with friends," Mr Carra said.

"Five years ago, we didn't know anyone in Yamba.

"We threw a free concert at Pippi Beach and now we have so many friends in Yamba.

"It feels really nice to be part of the community."

Yamba local Shane Skarstrom said the event was very well organised.

"It had a good attendance and the music and the art were fantastic," Mr Skarstrom.

Angourie local Matt Fallander said the day was fun and definitely delivered on expectations.



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