Big Bong Burger Bar
Barkersvale NSW
Now is a good time to assemble a beverage or what ever it is you do while wwwaiting for eyecandy to arrive, the first image you will see is of wollumbin, also known as Mount Warning, this pic was taken along the road rarely travelled that leads to the Peace Zone. ;O)--~

 CONSTRUCTION SITE

The Construction Site of the First Big Bong Burger Bar (the Peace Zone) is an empty area beside a road rarely travelled inside the rim of the caldera of the extinct volcano that you will find at the eastern most edge of the Great South Land. The Peace Zone is a blank canvas upon which to create, an empty parcel of land that is not connected (yet) to mains power or the telephone grid, it is truly in the cyber wilderness.

To many people this may seem bizarre, trying to start a computer based concept inside the rim of the caldera of an extinct volcano, but of course, from our point of view, it is the very fact that the First Big Bong Burger Bar is inside the rim of the caldera of an extinct volcano that makes this exact location so attractive and anyway, this project has always been about the creation of something new, something that you can't get any where or any web else, not to mention the highly important factor that the caldera of the extinct volcano that you will find on the eastern most edge of the Great South Land is located at the geographical center of world peace, after all, Australia is about as far away as you can get from most of the wars that are going on.

The location is ideal in the sense that there has to be an element of journey involved, and for 99.2% of the population of planet earth, the journey to the caldera of the extinct volcano involves the crossing thousands of miles of desert, ice or ocean 'just' to get to the eastern most edge of the Great South Land and ideal in the sense that extinct volcano's are easy to find and hard to miss, being as they are, 'mountain sized.'

Print out or copy the map above and then look for the signs below....

44k's to M'ah and 35'ks to Kyogle, 100 metres North of the Lillian Rock Exchange.

44k's to M'bah and 25'ks to Kyogle,
100 metres North of the Lillian Rock Exchange.
At the turn-off to the Border Ranges National Park.

Williams Road Barkersvale, the road that leads to the Border Ranges National Park, Northern N.S.W

This means there are 2 Kilometres of dirt road to go.

The road is "POT holed" procede carefully.

Keep your eyes peeled for the rainbow coloured flags
that will be appearing on your right..

Almost there, just before the corner..

Find some where to park, because you have arrived.

Follow the rainbow flags down to "Ground Zero"

Now it's time to take the next "steps."

through the gate..

Walk down the hill.

Ground Zero.

You are now in the performance space.

Looking up to the Construction Site.

Looking up to the Construction Site.

The access road to the Construction Site.

The top corner of the performance space above,
and the view from there below..

The View From the Construction Site.

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must be wearing - or be in the process of buying
- a
Big Bong Tee Shirt
to enter the Construction Site.

Big Bong Mobile in Transit.

Touch Down Barkersvale
4:20 PM, March 8th, 2003

View from the Road.

 

As you can see, the Big Bong mobile is now on site and is safely wraped in plastic awaiting the next non rainy working day.

 

Reality Update March 20th 2003....

the pouring rain didn't stop the start of work on the First Big Bong Burger Bar, at precisely 4.20 PM on the 12th of March 2003 the shovel was pushed into the ground signaling the official start of excavation, however the pouring rain did and has stopped the continuation of excavation.

Whilst the rain is still falling in reality, in cyber space we are almost ready to bring the Big Bong on-line shop on line so that as well as tee shirts we can sell coffee cups, mouse pads, fringe magnets and stickers.

Thus far, the latest big bong very slowww web show has performing exactly to the chaotic anarchic utopian design parameters established the last time we tried this.

 

This Episode:

"Post Mardi Grass "

4:20 Pm Sunday June 29th 2003.
 

webgreetings dear linear scholar,

this page sure is getting long....... Don't worry, once the green button is pushed the wwwhole structure of this web space will be morphing.

Some After Mardi Grass  / Wot? Next? When? Next? type questions....

1) Will the rain stay away long enough for a new coat of wwwar paint to be slapped on the Big Bong Mobile?

2) How high is the POTential that the Big Bong Mobile stay at Head Quarters for the entire winter? and if so, will there a least be some live web cam from the Big Bong WWWorkshop?

3) When will the Big Bong Mobile return to the BONG SITE?

4) If the Big Bong Mobile stays away from the BONG SITE how will that impact the Pot Hole?

4.20) And the BIGGEST question of them all is how long will it take to get the power and phone line connected to the BONG SITE.

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So, that's about where things are up to, re configuring the Mobile.

wwwish list; 8 x large solar panels, 4 x large 12 Volt Batteries, 2 x1000 watt inverters, 1 radio modem or satelite uplink.

Till next

peace

;O)--~

IMPORTANT NOTE: You must be wearing, or be in the process of buying a Big Bong Tee Shirt to enter the Construction Site.

CLOSE THIS WINDOW 2 RETURN 2
www.BigBongBurgerBar.com

The Big Bong Shop on the corner of Cleveland and Abercrombie Streets Surry Hills Sydney. Picture taken April 1996

Scene of the first Big Bong WebShow. April 1996
The Big Bong Shop on the corner of Cleveland and Abercrombie Streets
 Surrey Hills Sydney Australia.