Apartments Inn Byron

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

20 - 22 Fletcher Street, PO Box 533, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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70
Very Good
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Average
11%
16
Poor
2%
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Terrible
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 45% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families92
  • Couples83
  • Solo85
  • Business83

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The lovely park area adjacent to the beach - NorthThe lovely park area adjacent to the beach - North

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

The magic of the ocean at night

by marisa81

At nightfall walk down to the ocean and take in the sunset. After the sun has set sit and watch the ocean, and if you are lucky enough you might see the sea urchins light up the ocean waves. (There needs to be no moon, or very little light from the moon) As the waves roll over, the sea urchins come alive emitting electric blue/green colours that can be seen in the waves. Definitely one of the most amazing things I have ever seen!

The Easternmost point in Australia

by kooka3

I highly recommend walking to the lighthouse on the point. THis is the easternmost point in Mainland Australia, and it's beautiful. My favorite memory is walking up there and sitting on the grass watching the sea. I saw dolphins go in the evening. I spent a great deal of time up there, writing postcards, eating a picnic dinner, and enjoying the ocean air. The lighthouse is beautiful, as well. The lighthouse has quite a bit of historical significance, and is worth checking out.

Cape Byron Lighthouse !

by grantravel

Going to the Lighthouse is a must do for every visiter to Byron Bay. There are also high quality walking tracks which offers breathtaking views of the ocean from Byron Bay to the Queensland border. As well as being able to walk to the most eastern point in mainland Australia, you might even be lucky enough to see dolphins or whales playing in ocean.

Open Time:
Lighthouse Precinct : 8.00am - 5.30pm Daily
Reserve: Accessible at all times

Cost:
Entry is free, but parking will cost you about AU$5 from memory. There is free parking if you park halfway down and walk up.

Murwillumbah

by leffe3

Quite a large town (9000 people) which is, if you're coming from Brisbane/Gold Coast to Byron, an attractive stop off. In land from the Tweed Coast, the Pacific Highway cuts through the town. It's sugar-cane plantation country, the broad, flat fertile Tweed Valley supporting its growth, as well as plenty of other fruit (hence Tropical Fruit World, a mini 'theme' park based around, as the name suggests, tropical fruit, is found here). The Tweed River Regional Art Gallery in the town has an excellent reputation.

But it's the fact that the River Tweed flows through the town, providing great views of Mount Warning that is the highlight of Murwillumbah.

Where I live

by maxpax64

Byron Bay(Cavanbah which means 'Meeting Place') is
Australia's most easterly mainland point.
Its Traditional custodians are the Arakwal People of the Bundjalung Nation.
Beautiful beaches surfing, diving in a Marine Park location.
Checkout the Lighthouse tours and Cultural Information.
Home of the East Coast Blues and Roots and Splendour In The Grass festivals.

Byron (Cavanbah) has historically and still is a meeting place.
Visit and see the beauty for yourself!

Please Remember !
Visit and Stay but Please Respect The Bay

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Address: 20 - 22 Fletcher Street, PO Box 533, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia