Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments

8 Byron Bay Street, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia
Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments
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Byron Bay YHA or Cape Byron YHA or other suggestion?

by WillowCat

Anyone stay in the YHA's Byron Bay or Cape Byron? I am heading that way shortly and both have a double room (private)for about $75-80 per night. If not these, is there any other suggestions for similar rate clean rooms? I am traveling on my own and in my late 30's so not looking to share and want a quieter place without a lot of partying.

Re: Byron Bay YHA or Cape Byron YHA or other suggestion?

by margsch

there is a website called bug hostel reviews, google that and find the towns you are interested in. I have to admit it,s a nuisance being kept awake all night but I think the hostels are really aiming at "youth" now.
I Hostelled around Europe in my thirties and there were all age groups there which was fun as everyone got along well. And the hostels I stayed in were strictly supervised, there was definitely a no noise policy after 10p.m.
Take foam earplugs with you as I find they block out practically all noise.

Re: Byron Bay YHA or Cape Byron YHA or other suggestion?

by WillowCat

great, thanks! It got a decent review but I do expect SOME noise I guess... more worried about bugs and security than anything else...

Re: Byron Bay YHA or Cape Byron YHA or other suggestion?

by coolkiddo


Sorry this isn't a reply but a request! I'm hoping to go to Byron Bay in January on my own and wondered if you'd found anything more about decent accommodation for the single person!



Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Diving at Julian Rocks

by globetrotter06

Join one of the diving centres in Byron Bay on a trip to Julian Rocks. Supposed to be one of the best spots in NSW, and is just a 1/2 h boatride from the coast. When I was there, we saw big turtles, wobbegong sharks and many colourful fishes.

Bakery & Internet

by Mikebb about Oz Bakehouse

This Bakehouse caters for everything, you can get your breakfast, lunch and dinner here and also use the internet. The baked on the premises food is tasty and includes breads and rolls, meat pies, pasties, sandwiches, and all sorts of cakes and pastries. Whilst there you can use the internet facilities.


by leffe3

The Byron Bay icon is the Lighthouse, found at the extreme easterly end of the Bay and which is the most easterly part of Australia. Built in 1901, the structure dominates the surrounds and can be seen for miles around (the whole point! :)).
The area around the Lighthouse is the Cape Bryon Natural Reserve - steep pathways leading up from Clarke's beach (and others) below. Fantastic views to be had of the coastline in both directions and, if you're there at the right time, chances are you will see plenty of whales out to sea (June-Sept).

You can walk up from the beaches (pretty steep though!) or you can drive to the top of the headland (car park cost A$5)

Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve

by leffe3

Across the river from the town of Brunswick Heads is the Nature Reserve, a mixture of coastal and river walks along with natural bush vegetation.

It's a great spot to distance yourself from people and find that virtually deserted bit of beach. Although only on the other bank of the river, there is no direct access from Brunswick Heads itself (other than by private boat). Therefore, access involves driving out onto the Pacific Highway, crossing the river and then driving back along the northern banks of the river, the 'suburbs' of New Brighton and finally a short drive along an untarmac'ed road (in good condition though). Takes about 20-30 minutes.

Byron Bay

by didgeridorien


As I really wanted to see the east coast to, I had to come here. Was in a bit of a shock with how many backpackers could be in one spot. Byron Bay is a surfers spot and place for alternative cultures. The beaches are great, there's good nightlife and beautiful surroundings.


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