Atlantic Guesthouses Byron Bay

13 Marvel Street, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Hostels in Byron Bay..

by Jasminerose

Hiya all,

I have enjoyed a great week in Sydney but am arriving in Byron Bay on Monday.
I am looking forward to enjoying the beautiful landscape that I have heard so much about. Also have heard this may be a good place to do a 'Yoga Instructors' course, is this so? But essentially I would like some recommendations on a clean and quiet hostel, and the cheapest one possible ? I have been paying $24 dollars p/night for a 10 bed dorm in Sydney and looking to reduce costs if poss. but still have a clean and safe place. I am arriving in to Ballina Airport, is there a particular shuttle bus I should get to the main beach? Sorry for all the questions : ) it is my first time to Australia, and this site is proving to be wonderful help. * cheers all.

RE: Hostels in Byron Bay..

by aussirose

Glad you are enjoying our help in vt so far Gillian. This really is a wonderful site!! Just wait till you find the miscellaneous forum on here, fully addictive!! Sydney is wonderful hey. And you'll love Byron Bay. Here are a few web sites that might help you out.
Hope this helps. And don't forget to share your hol pix with us when you get home. Cheers, Ann :o)

RE: Hostels in Byron Bay..

by Jasminerose

Thanks Aussie Rose,

have booked my airport transfer to Byron. Any recommendations for the cheapest hostel in Byron, for a dorm share..?

RE: RE: Hostels in Byron Bay..

by aussirose

Hiya Gillian. I feel privileged to help :o) We lived just north of Byron at at place called Hastings Point - it has the most gorgeous beach. Also another beach near Pottsville called Black Rock. Don't forget to check them out!! We also lived at Nimbin - now that was a cultural experience :o) Hubby and I only stayed one night in Byron - but can't remember the hotel. However vt is a wonderful place and I looked up Byron Bay in the search bit and came up with some tips from a couple of locals - check out Groverdean's pages and Sweetberry1's pages -
Hope this helps. All the best!! Cheers, Ann :o)

RE: Hostels in Byron Bay..

by Anne12

I haven't stayed here but a friend did and they thought it was great.

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Lennox Head

by Colzy

Lennox Head is situated at about the mid-way point between Byron Bay and Ballina, about 5km south of Byron. It is basically a small seaside village but one that boasts some pretty spectacular beaches. I have to admit that Lennox Head Pub is also worth a look :)

Lennox Head's beaches definitely rival Byron's especially when Byron's seem to be full of tourists. Another unique feature of Lennox is Lake Ainsworth. This is a fresh water lake whose water has been stained by all the tea trees that surround it. The water has the appearance of Coca Cola in my opinion and is excellent for your hair and skin and a nice change from the salt water beaches. It is also an excellent place for a variety of water sports including windsurfing. Lennox Point is another highlight which offers hangliding.

Clarke's Beach, Byron

by leffe3

Walk along the beach (or the road) towards the lighthouse in Byron, and you will soon hit Clarke's Beach (best place for sunsets). This has whistling sand (compression as you step on it makes is sounds as if its whistling to you) and apparently changes format quite regularly dependent on the weather - a storm a week or so before our arrival resulted in the lagoon on left hand side of photo forming.

Byron Bay Lighthouse

by robertgaz

The Byron Bay Lighthouse sits on top of the Cape Byron Headland and has been a beacon for passing ships since 1901. The headland here is 94 metres above sea level and the Lighthouse stands 22 metres high.

You can walk or drive the 8km's to the Lighthouse from Byron Bay depending on how fit you are feeling at the tome. You will certainly see more if you choose to walk but it is steep and it can be very hot in summer.

Nimbim - a cultural phenomenon

by leffe3

Part of the Rainbow County, Nimbim is the 'capital' of drug culture. This quiet little town became the centre of the 1970s hippy dope culture and continues to be so today. Sadly, it has also become the heroine centre, many of the dealers selling the less harmful to bankroll their own, more serious, fix. Bought up on liberal ideology, today the experience of walking through Nimbim is anything but pleasant - virtually everyone from 16 to 116 is selling the weed (and surpisingly openly), with grannies as well as their grandkids approaching you with the various choices. It is overt, it is pushy, it is unpleasant (unless you are one of the 70% that visit Nimbim to purchase the famed 'speciality').

Which is a great pity as Nimbim is located in the centre of some stunning landscapes, close to both the Nightcap National Park and Whian Whian State Forest and forms the ideal stopover (or at least should!) for coffee or lunch. And just down the hill from the town is the Nimbin Rocks, an Aboriginal sacred site.

Byron Bay

by sunshinejo

Byron Bay was another one of those fantastic locations that I sort of got stuck in! I planned to stay there for maybe 4 or 5 days, and next thing I knew 2 weeks had gone by and it was definitly time for me to move on! I can't really say what it is about the place that I fell in love with, I think it must have been the atmosphere there, everybody's happy to just chill out, have a good time and enjoy themselves.

My time spent in Byron Bay followed pretty much the same sort of routine every day. The days were spent either at the beach, hanging out at our hostel, going to lunch and browsing through the many touristy shops in the town. The evenings involved going out to the local bars and dancing the night away. I appreciate that this isn't everybody's cup of tea, and it isn't always mine either, but at the time it suited me down to the ground and I couldn't have been happier!


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