Byron Blisshouse

23 Childe Street, corner of Giaour St, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Is Byron a good destination with children

by Lucyn

We're out in Australia for 6 weeks this July and August, 5 weeks working in Sydney and then a week free in August. We're thinking about flying up to Byron for a week, but I'm wondering if it's a good place to stay with children - ours are aged 9 and 3. We're looking for somewhere with some sunshine but don't want to go to the far north as we visited there on our last trip. Hoping to find somewhere pretty and laid back, with plenty of opportunities for cafes and people watching, walking and beach days. Some yoga for me would be good too! Does Byron still fit that profile or is it overdeveloped now? Any comments welcome, especially if anyone out there has any other destinations you'd recommend.
Thank you

RE: Is Byron a good destination with children

by adelaidean

we were there about a month ago..and just loved it...I dont think its overdeveloped...not like the Gold Coast!! We had a ball at the son spend half his days being dunked by the waves...

RE: RE: Is Byron a good destination with children

by Anne12

I agree with Deb, Byron is a great place for families.
There are plenty of cafe's/ people watching and you will find yoga sessions being held somewhere, plus massage and other alternative health remedies.

RE: RE: Is Byron a good destination with children

by thedouglas

Byron Bay is a lovely place - used to be a sleepy little country beachside, before the money started rolling in. Interesting new culture, with the locals, hippies from the surrounding areas, tourists and the emerging nouveau riche! It will be a bit cool at that time of year - and, rule of thumb is the more north you move, the warmer it gets. If you haven't been to Noosa Heads (Sunshine Coast), only about 2-3 hours from Byron, worth a look. Or - there are gorgeous little coastal places, perfect for kids in NSW - like Pottsville. Another consideration, if you do look at QLD, is Stradbroke Island - but I don't think you'll find yoga there!

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Visit the Byron Bay Lighthouse

by unravelau

Well having only visited here once and sort of like a stop over for snack and bathroom stop, I really only have photos from a distance of the famous Byron Bay Lighthouse.

None the less I am proud to show them to you knowing that next trip through I will get the close ups too. Byron Bay lighthouse is famous because it is on the most easterly point of Australias coastline.

Splendour In The Grass

by grantravel

Splendour in the Grass is unquestionably a one-of-a-kind festival on the Australian music circuit, spread out over two days and located in scenic Byron Bay.

In spite of the increased popularity with bigger crowds every year, it doesn’t seem to detract from the festival’s general joyful-happy-go-lucky atmosphere.

If you get the opportunity to make the journey to Byron Bay for Splendour in the Grass, I strongly recommend you take the trip.

The Blues Festival

by Sweetberry1

The Blues & Roots Festival, held during the 4 day Easter Holiday, is one of the best times to visit Byron Bay. Many world class Artists perform here....

Buddy Guy
Steve Earle
Luka Bloom
Bela Fleck & The Flecktones
Jack Johnson
Bo Dollis & The Wild Magnolias
Just to mention a few...

Scuba-Dive Trips to Julian Rocks

by lachydragon

Byron Bay is renowned for its diving, with the area around Julian Rocks about 3kms offshore declared a Marine Conservation Park.

There are 2 dive companies operating in the town running trips out to the rocks. I don't have PADI certification so I have never actually done the trip but if the pictures at the Sundive Office are anything to go by it looks like it would be stunning.

They also run the dive courses to allow you to get your open water diving certification but at about $300 + it was a bit too expensive for me.

Flower Children??

by jellibb

"Designer Hippies"

Byron Bay is beautiful. That's if you don't mind the backpacker set, or the designer hippy i.e. at first glance looks like a free spirit, look closer and you see carefully created dreadlocks, deliberately dishevelled appearance, store-bought, ripped designer jeans complete with Calvin Klein undies peeking from the waistline...


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