Baystay Bed & Breakfast

30 Marvell St., Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Splendour Accomm - Spare Driveway Anybody??

by beclee78

Hello all Byron Bayers!..

I am heading to Splendour in the Grass this july (22/23) and need to find accommodation!.. since hearing there is nothing available in Byron for rent, we (5 lovely friendly late-twenties ladies) are going to hire a campervan and drive up from sydney.. so all we need is somewhere to park our van in Byron.. we will be fully self-contained (we have water, toilet, shower, waste, kitchen onboard) and promise to be friendly and quiet neighbours.. so if you will let us park in your driveway/front yard for 3-4 days, we will reward you handsomely ($$) for your kindness!

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Any information on other accommodation options is appreciated as well!



RE: Splendour Accomm - Spare Driveway Anybody??

by lovinoz

I live in Adelaide, so can't help you out with 'my' driveway ... but you might try the free website ... i know you are open to paying for the privilege, but give this site a try. Good luck and have a blast for me, okay?! ;)

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Climbing Mt Warning

by globetrotter06

We heard that the sunrise at Mt Warning were supposed to be beautiful, so we got up at 3.30 o'clock in the morning... It was really dark, and we just the heard animals around us, but we didn't see much until we were almost at the top. The last part you have to climb, but then you are at the top. Unfortunately it was clouded when we reached the top... No sunrise... But I guess it would have been nice. :o) At least the hike itself was interesting, big trees, animals and birds. Quite nice. Have to go back later to catch up that surise...

Scuba Dive - you MUST do it !

by underwater_australia

Tropical and temperate currents meet at this part of the NSW Coast, resulting in an abundance of species. Swim amongst Leopard Sharks or Grey Nurse Sharks and experience Manta Rays up close and personal. Several species of turtles can be seen on a regular basis. Benthic growth such as hard and soft corals and sponges colour the rocky reefs and boulders. Try to find octopus and crayfish hiding under ledges and in crevices or search for colourful nudibranchs found at many diving locations.
Dive Julian Rocks Marine Reserve, which is now part of the Cape Byron Marine Park and has also been declared a critical habitat for Grey Nurse Sharks.
For a snorkel or a shallow shore dive try the Tassie II wreck at Main Beach
Don't forget to check out dive spots away from Julian Rocks, such as Spot X, Mackerel Bowl and Cape Pinnacle.

Lighthouse Visitors Centre

by lachydragon

There is quite a good visitors centre at the Lighthouse now, it is located in one of the old lighthouse-keepers cottages just back the road from the lighthouse itself.

They have some good displays of the lighthouse and local history. If you are interested in the importance of the lighthouse and its history then you will enjoy the centre.

Entry is free of chanrge.
There is also a small gift-shop with (rather ordinary) sounvenirs of Byron Bay.


by leffe3

Approximately 25kms south of Byron Bay is Ballina, a fairly large town that serves the area as well as a place for low-key tourism. Like many of the towns on this coast, it is built at the mouth of a river and therefore offers coastal and river beaches and waterfronts. The Pacific Highway cuts through it and as such offers a wide-range of accommodation and services. The beach here runs north from Ballina to Byron, broken by dramatic headlands and rocky outcrops.

There's also a small airport at Ballina, serviced by Virgin Blue, which makes it a great 'entry point' for this part of the coast.

Byron Bay, Most East Point on the Aussie Mainland

by JoeyONJ

"The Most Eastern Point"

Byron Bay is the most eastern point on the Australian mainland. The beach is scenic and the town upholds that small beach town feel. Sitting atop a cliffe, that gives a breathtaking view, is a lighthouse built in 1901.

"Nearby rainforest park"

There was a small national park that provided tours through a small piece of rainforest. This provided some great scenes. If one is going to be in the area, then definately try to see some rainforest.


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