‘Make Way’ surf social & short film screening hosted by Surf Sisters Byron Bay

Cancel your Friday night in and Make Way for a surf social night out! The weather is cooling down but we’re heating up to celebrate the release of local surf documentary, ‘Make Way,’ by Abby Hyndman.

This event is being hosted by Surf Sisters Byron Bay and is open to public so tell your brothers, sisters, partners, besties, family and friends to come along, mingle and enjoy the delicious local rum and gin available at the iconic Lord Byron Distillery!

Your ticket includes a beverage on arrival (rum, gin or non alcoholic) and some light nibbles as we gather together and view the first official public screening for ‘Make Way.’ You will also have the opportunity to meet and greet with film producer, Abby Hyndman.

‘Make Way’ is a short film that takes a friendly and inclusive approach to tackling the issues that women face within the sport of surfing. Highlighting the perspectives of local female surfers from east coast Australia (Gold Coast and Byron Bay), the film features women of various skill levels, from world surf league competitors to complete beginners and everything in between!

Zula Byron Bay’s food truck will be parked up on site with tasty moroccan street food for those who are wanting something a little more to eat!

Make Way short film
Lord Byron Distillery
Friday 2 June
6.30pm, screening time 7.30pm, film runs for 20 mins. Bar open til late.
Tickets available online

PLEASE NOTE: Zula Byron Bay’s food truck will be available for food purchases if you’re feeling extra peckish! Lord Byron Distillery will be serving drinks only at this event.

For any enquiries please email: surfsistersbyronbay@gmail.com