The Oasis Resort And Treetop Houses

24 Scott St, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia
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Water tempratures

by frederikranke

What is the normal sea temp. in late May/early June and August?


Re: Water tempratures

by aussirose

Byron Bay is warmer than Sydney so you can expect to swim there up till early June. Again July/August will be too cold.....but great for whale watching :o)

Re: Water tempratures

by Kakapo2

Yesterday a teenager was killed by a shark at Byron Bay. So take care!

Re: Water tempratures

by Mikebb

Hi Water will be much warmer than Sydney plus the air temperature will be mis 20's C. From where you live in Northern Europe you will find it to be very good.
Check out VT tips on Byron Bay and you will see you are heading to a beach paradise.

Good Luck,

Re: Water tempratures

by Mikebb

Kakapo, no need to scare the man, shark attacks are extremely rare, your chances of being killed by a train are more certain than a shark. And by a car you have a real chance of being killed.

Forget the shark and just swim where other locals are, keep away from fishermen.

Good Luck,

Re: Water tempratures

by Kakapo2

I do no want to scare the man - just make sure he always looks for warning signs and gets information. The problem is that sharks also attack locals...

The tip to stay away from fishermen is a good one!

Ref. to the shark attack. It was the first fatal one after two years. So statistically you should be fine ;-)

Re: Water tempratures

by frederikranke

Thanks for the tips, I'm not worried about the sharks having lived Down Under for a year and been there again on vacation.


Travel Tips for Byron Bay

A few Essentials..

by Sweetberry1

You will definitely want to bring your bathing suit.. and some casual day/evening wear also. I usually take my own when travelling, but you can buy toiletries here.
Take your medical supplies with you. Bring your photographic equipment. Might also be a good idea to bring extra film and batteries as well. Could be expensive here. Sunscreen and insect repellent, or you can buy these items here.

Award-winner a few kms from Byron

by leffe3 about Harvest

Harvest is an extraordinary find in the most unlikely of spots, approximately 20kms outside Byron on the Pacfiic Highway (about 3kms south of Bangalow). Newrybar is a village of a few houses, a general store and a small, old fashioned garage. In the heart of the 'main' street is the old bakery (1893) converted with a certain Sydney style into Harvest Cafe.
Whitewashed clapperboard, verandah running round two sides, enough tables to keep the staff busy (in and out), not enough to cope with the enormous demand. People drive from Brisbane (2.5 hours) just for (booked) lunch here. No wonder it won Best Breakfast Award earlier this year. Forget bacon and eggs, pancakes or muesli when you come here for breakfast. There's no point. Try corncakes, spinach, grilled tomatoes, poached eggs and jalapeno yogurt - or pan-seared mushrooms served with ricotta on slabs of sourdough - or potato cakes served with smoked salmon, hollandaise sauce, wilted spinach and poached eggs. or or or.......

Coffee is also great - strong and served imediately on request (as everything is so fresh, you will have to wait for your food, especially if its busy.

And while Harvest may be something that would fit so easily into trendier parts of Sydney, Manhatten, London etc, one huge advantage is that its country NSW prices!! :)
Less than A$15 will buy you coffee and a breakfast that will keep you going for most of the day (which is a shame as their lunches also sound fantastic !)

Closed Mondays.

Byron Bay Blues Fest !

by grantravel

The East Coast Blues & Roots Music Festival has been going for 16 years since 1990. Set on five hectares of grassy fields at Red Devil Park in beautiful Byron Bay. The Blues Festival is much more than just a celebration of music, the event offers market and craft stalls, international food, cafes, restaurants, bars, rides, street theatre and much more.

The largest festival of blues and roots music to be held in the southern hemisphere is staged over the Easter long weekend every year. Australian and the worlds finest blues bands perform almost non stop on four different stages over the five nights and four days.

Visit the Sunday Markets

by lachydragon

Every Sunday there is a market held in the Nothern Rivers Region - the town of the market rotates each week and you will need to check where the market is on (best place is to go to the Tourist Info centre near the railway station).

The markets were on at Byron when we went and the stalls are wide and varied from local producers selling honey, passionfruit, bananas, vegetables etc to art and craft stalls with some pretty innovative pieces, to the 'white elephant' jumble stalls and the "string-your-own-beads" places for the kids and kids-at -heart!

A must-do is to purchase a fresh sugar-can and ginger juice - the stall owners have a mangle kind of device and the feed the raw dugar can through and collect the juice which they then add ginger essence to and lots of ice - YUM!


by globetrotter06

Byron Bay is one of the favourites for backpackers. It is laidback and has nice beaches - and lots of travellers. However, the last years tourism has increased in Byron Bay, making everything more commercial and bigger. The town is expanding, and now also hosts luxurious appartments. Nothing bad about that... But I've spoken with people who escaped after the development started. It's probably like everywhere... The secret spots disappear when everone knows about them...
Well... still... Byron Bay's beaches are really nice... but if you want something less touristy, you're probably in the wrong town.


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