Azabu Luxury Accommodation

317 Skinners Shoot Road, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Buying a van or motorhome!

by denetarik

Hello! this is more general question about Australia than Byron Bay, but here it goes my question: I ´ve heard that many tourists buy a van or motorhome, they run the coast for some months, and then they sell it to another tourists. I´m planning something like this, but, how many can it cost? More or less.

Thank you very much!!

RE: Buying a van or motorhome!

by Anne12

A lot of tourists/backpackers etc buy a cheap van or station wagon to do a tour of Aussie land.
All capital cities have heaps of car lots where there is a variety of used cars.Also there are a number of places that backpackers buy and sell their cars, you will see notices on boards at accommodation places. Just make sure that they are in good condition, remember they have travelled many K's.
One company that you could look at is

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Soar with the birds above the coast.

by kiwi


Nothing can match the sensation of soaring through the air without an engine whirring away. You can experience gliding here at the Tyagarah Airfield, just north of Byron Bay.
You don't need any experience, just to along for the ride, and the instructor will fly for you. Modern large two-seater sailplanes make great aircraft to feel at one with the airwaves. They are great for taking photos from, so be sure to take your camera along and view the area from the air. It gives you another perspective of what this coast is like.
There are a selection of flights, at varying lengths. You can view the Gold Coast, Mount Warning, Great Divide Range, and Cape Byron with it's historic lighthouse. It's another great opportunity to look for dolphins and whales as well. This really is a Must Do, and you get so much for your money. Prices range from $90 - $325 (Australian dollars). Even the $90 to the Lighthouse and back is very good value and great scenery. Camera and sunglasses. If you are prone to motionsickness, you may like to take preventatives or slip a plastic bag into your pocket. Drink water before you go up.

Cow Obsession!

by leffe3 about Moo Moo Cafe, Mooball

I suppose a town called Mooball would inevitably have an obsession with cows! But nothing quite prepares you for it - the lamp and telegraph posts all painted as a black and white cow hide, garden sheds, letter boxes, parts of buildings etc.

And then there is the Moo Moo Cafe. Time seems to have stopped still here (with the exception of the coffee machine!) as you enter the old petrol station that is nothing more than an extended tin shed with a Cow Museum and trinket shop attached! Full breakfasts and burgers (what elese?) at ultra cheap prices and a outside 'dining' area which is nothing more than a field with a few tables and chairs scattered around 'out back'. It may not be worth doing a detour for but its a fun stop if passing through.

Learn to surf!

by helsbels

If you aren't already a surfer and you have the time, take a surfing lesson. I can't remember the name of the guys i did mine with but they took you all down to the beach, did some theory stuff on the sand, some warming up and then tried to get us all surfing! They supplied all equipment (boards, wetsuits etc) and transport from the hostels to the beach and back.Their promise was to get us all standing and surfing on the water by the end of the day or we'd get our money back. Even if you have no balance and just can't stay on the board for more than 5 seconds you will have a great day. They also took photos which you could buy at the end. Unfortunately my photo proved that i did stand and surf (even if it was only for a split second!) and therefore couldn't get my money back. However the very nice instructor did offer me a free session the next day because i was so bad! I had to leave the next day but the offer was nice!!

Whales were there...

by Janice_Pai

I overheard that everyone around me was counting how many whales were in the ocean. How did they know? I didn't see any of them! They should be big enough for me to find!...When I asked someone who seemed to know where the humpback whales were, he kindly told me how to find them by the spray..."Spray?" "Yeah, you know when whales breathe..." But there were little white waves everywhere on the surface, I just couldn't tell the difference between the waves and the spray of a whale until I sat down and stared at the Pacific Ocean......Finally, I saw the SPRAY!.....TWICE!!!

A great place to relax

by Siddharatha

"A laid back little town"

Byron Bay is a great place to get away and relax, blessed with a mild climate and idylic beach Byron is a haven.

There is easy access to the Pacific Ocean, with the option of swimming, surfing, sailing or exploring under the water.

"A great place to dive."

The Julian Rocks is a 10 minute boat ride from the shore and is an ourstanding marine reserve. On land there are numerous seabirds which can be seen with the option to snorkel off the rocks.

Underwater the Rocks are home to turtles and the grey nurse sharks.

I went with Dive Byron Bay who were a reasonable outfit. There equipment was reasonably modern. The instructors tended to be inexperienced however and groups were large (8-10).

While there we saw a number of migrating whales and a couple of pods of dolphins.


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