Byron Sunseeker Motel Byron Bay

100 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia
Byron Sunseeker Motel Byron Bay
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Byron Bay

by aYankinSyd

Hey team - wow it's been a while since I've posted...heading to Byron on my own for a week (arriving on Saturday). Is anybody going to be there for a beer/run in the sun? If so, get in touch. Happy travels :) Mike

Re: Byron Bay

by betska

Hi Mike,
Yes sorry, havn't seen you round for ages - we had a vT meet at Watson's Bay last month, must do another soon, and hopefully finally get to meet you.

Hope you enjoy Byron - one of my fav. spots in NSW!

Betts

Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Drink bottled water...

by lachydragon

Fondest Memory...perhaps not!

Byron Bay's infrastructure is about 10 years behind the town itself. This means that the town can often struggle to keep up with the number of visitors and the tap-water seems to be the first casualty of this. When I visited the area was in quite a drought and the council had to pump water out of a nearby creek - the water was perfectly fine for drinking but it had the awful chlorine taste. My advice if to drink bottle water if you don't like the chlorine.

Since we were staying for about 10 days we bought some 10 litre bottles from the local supermarket for about $4.

Steak, steak and more steak

by leffe3 about Hog's Breath

We probably wouldn't have hit this place if it wasn't for the fact that we were starving on a early Sunday evening: most of the other interesting places in Byron had yet to open (especially the highly regarded Red, Hot & Thai). So a chain steakbar it was.

Typical Americana decor - posters, photos, sporting paraphenalia alongside more personal things 'lying' around on shelves etc. Photo menu is never my favourite but we were there to eat and while it may not have been the most subtle of foods, steak, fries and veg or salad was the order and that's exactly what you received. Wide-range of steaks available and while there's other grills on offer, advice is to stick to the red meat.

Swimming and Sunbaking

by Colzy

When you are in an idyllic coastal setting one of the above has to be undertaken. There are planty of opportunities all over Byron to take advatage of its beautiful breaks including; Main Beach, Wategos Beach, Little Wategos Beach and Clark's Beach.

The beaches on this part of the Australian coast are swimmable all year round and do not have the stingers in the water that plague some of the beaches fruther north. In my opinion you may need a wetsuit due to the temperature of the water during the winter months but some Europeans may disagree with me.

Make sure you pack your sunscreen because the Australian sun can be unmerciful.

Sunsets from Fishermens' Lookout

by lachydragon

Take the opportunity to go for a walk along Main Beach and climb up the boarwalk onto Fishermens' Lookout for stunning sunsets if the weather is nice. If you are planning to take pictures and it is the peak season (NSW and Q'ld summer holidays) then plan to get there a bit before sunset to get a good position.

You will be able to look out to the North-West and see the Burringbar Range and Mount Warning lit with the background of the setting sun.... just stunning!

Byron Bay

by stevemt

"A laid back, optional lifestyle town"

Byron Bay would be considered partly hippy.

Its a town that has an unconventional feel to it, with the markets, and local feeling.

Its a wonderful place for a holiday, long weekend, etc.

There are numerous restaurants, shops, pubs bars, nightlife venues to suit most peoples tastes.

The people are friendly and hospitable, and there is much to do and see.

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Address: 100 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia