Comfort Inn All Seasons (301 River Street.)

301 River Street

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Comfort Inn All Seasons
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    Great value accommodation in Ballina


    We were having a lot of difficulty finding somewhere to stay in or around Byron Bay for the Easter Bluesfest Weekend, Frank had a look at this place in Ballina and booked it. Ballina is only about a half hours drive from Byron Bay, so it was feasible to drive to Bluesfest from here. Also, this Motel did not require a minimum booking, as a lot of places did over the Bluesfest weekend, and we only wanted it for 3 nights. Most accommodation in Byron Bay was either booked out, way too expensive or required a minimum of 5 or more nights.

    Motel was very easy to find, on the main road heading into Ballina, quite clearly visible by the large white sails around the pool area.

    Frank originally booked a standard room for $140 a night, but I later convinced him to upgrade to the Spa Suite for $200 per night, they only have one Spa Suite, which they also call the Honeymoon Suite!!! The room was tastefully decorated, large and clean and Id say definitely worth the $200 per night.

    Unique Quality: Easy to find

    Great value

    Pleasant and helpful Staff

    Directions: Very easy to find on the left of the main road heading into Ballina, southern entrance to Ballina.

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The hinterland

by Colzy

This region of New South Wales is incredibly unique because of its vicinity to both the coast and some amazing hinterland. Because most Australian towns are situated on the coast it makes for something really different to get out and experience the countryside. You will encounter the local crops such as sugar cane and macadamia, stumble across some beautiful old timber buildings and rolling green hills. Chuck a blanket down under a eucalypt tree and have a picnic before heading back to the beautiful beaches.

Ballina Revisited Too! Not Just Byron Bay

by aussiedoug

"Another, the Last Actually, LARK Workshop"


Yes, the last of 9 LARK Online workshops for school teams was held last Friday, May 7 at the Ballina Beach Resort. Once again my erstwhile colleague, Michelle Neaverson, & I worked with school teams. We had Kadina High School, Clunes Public School (both near Lismore) and Corindi Public School & Sandy Beach Public School (both not too far north of Coffs Harbour).


Was taken from the Dash-8 as we took off from Ballina & first headed just northbefore turning east then south to head back to Sydney.

The rocky point you can see towards the right hand side is Flat Rock ( where I surfed often during my college years) and the beach to the left stretches south to Skennars Head & East Ballina. You can also see the Richmond River. Actually it's the northern arm of the Richmond River where it enters the sea at Ballina. The southern arm of the Richmond River enters the sea at Evans Head about 20 odd kilometres south.


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 Comfort Inn All Seasons (301 River Street.)

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Address: 301 River Street