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Shirley Beach Houses - Byron Bay Hotels

Shirley Beach Houses

3, 5, 7 Shirley Street, Byron Bay - Map
"1970 Style house close to everything "
Had a wonderful holiday in Byron, the accommodation was close to everything but don't expect glitz and glamour! Was comfortable and a great beach house but only with the bare essentials. A chopping board or colander wouldn't have gone astray! TV stopped working on State Of Origin night and didn't get fixed before we left, which forced our kids to talk to us ;-) Would be a great spot for 3 groups as there are two other houses and a huge back yard.
Traveller from sunshine coast
Bay Haven Lodge - Byron Bay Hotels

Bay Haven Lodge

16 Shirley Street, Byron Bay - Map
"Convenient to town and beach"
Excellent had a wonderful time staff very helpful facilities just as described
A Traveller
Beach Suites - Byron Bay Hotels

Beach Suites

20 Bay Street, Byron Bay - Map
"Lovely hotel opposite the beach"
Only there overnight but wanted to stay much longer. Did yoga at the surf club opposite, saw two whales and had breakfast at the beach
Traveller from sydney
Beach Hotel Resort - Byron Bay Hotels

Beach Hotel Resort

Bay Lane, Byron Bay - Map
"Quiet hotel near beach"
Only stayed one night. Quiet, clean and good location. Unfortunately not much of a view from the room.
A Traveller
For the perfect holiday destination look no further than beach hotel resort overlooking the sparkling pacific ocean and byron …More
Victoria's at Wategos - Byron Bay Hotels

Victoria's at Wategos

1 Marine Parade, Byron Bay - Map
Kimberley was very helpful and pleasant. The location was great and I would reccommend Victoria's to other people.
A Traveller
North Coast Holiday Parks Lennox Head - Lennox Head Hotels

North Coast Holiday Parks Lennox Head

Pacific Parade, Lennox Head - Map
"Whale Watching Weekend."
The park was in a lovely location close to the headland to do some whale watching and eating out at the lovely restaurants located in the village. It is also only a short drive to Byron Bay to do the lighthouse walk. It is also close to the local markets that are held every Sunday. It was a very quiet and peaceful park. The staff very very helpful and friendly.
Traveller from Cleveland, QLD
Byron Motor Lodge Motel - Byron Bay Hotels

Byron Motor Lodge Motel

11-21 Butler Street, Byron Bay - Map
Bar staff a little rude and we waited around for around 40min to be shown to our room
A Traveller
Crest Apartments Byron Bay - Byron Bay Hotels

Crest Apartments Byron Bay

47-49 Shirley Street, Byron Bay - Map
"Nice experience "
We really enjoyed our trip. The staff were great really helpful with any issues we had. However we know this because we did have a few issues with wifi and kitchen facilities. Otherwise nice place to stay. Quiet and relaxing with lovely winter sun. The walk to town gets pretty long after a week so recommend to have bikes or car.
A Traveller
Byron Beachcomber Resort - Byron Bay Hotels

Byron Beachcomber Resort

23-25 Shirley Street, Byron Bay - Map
Older style but roomy and comfortable. Front rooms are close to the road and noisy. Check out after 10am incurs an hourly cost. Good location.
A Traveller
Ideally located with easy access to the main street in Byron Bay and the beach. The brand new Breakfree Beachcomber Resort …More
Aloha Villas Byron Bay - Byron Bay Hotels

Aloha Villas Byron Bay

58 Shirley street, Byron Bay - Map
"Clean and great location"
Easy to find. Great location - within walking distance to shop and beach
A Traveller

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    Pocket Guide: Byron Bay

    Stay at one of our Byron Bay hotels and experience this relaxing town, famous for alternative living, surfing and eco-tourism.

    Hit the beach and soak up some rays at one of Byron Bay’s famous beaches, which are some of the prettiest and cleanest on the east coast of Australia. Bring your surfboard too, as Byron is known for its great surf breaks! Head a little further east and visit Cape Byron, Australia's most easterly point and a great location for whale and dolphin watching. The most commonly sighted whale is the Humpback as they migrate past in May and June to breed, and return in September and October with their calves. Take a stroll around Cape Byron and up to the lighthouse, as the area has spectacular views of the ocean and rainforests. Our Byron Bay accommodation also makes a great base for experiencing the local Aboriginal culture and historical sites, which are maintained by members of the Arakwal clan. The area has a number of sites where the Aborigines camped and ate pipis, fish and animals, and the oldest site in the region is located at Palm Valley.

    Head out of town and visit Crystal Castle, just 20 minutes from Byron. This tranquil place is a popular attraction and features stunning crystals surrounded by beautiful gardens, as well as a store that sells jewellery and other spiritual goods. For a great family day out, head to Macadamia Castle and visit the animal park, mini golf course, adventure playground and try a range of tasty macadamia goodies. Byron Bay also has a wide variety of quality restaurants, great takeaways, clothes boutiques and a number of shops selling works by local artists. The Byron Bay Markets are held the first Sunday of every month at the Butler Street reserve, and have numerous stalls selling handcrafted wares, artworks and locally-grown produce. Byron Bay is also home to a number of annual music festivals including the East Coast Blues and Roots Festival, held over the Easter weekend, and the Splendour in The Grass Festival, held at the end of July.

    Byron Bay is an easy two hour drive from Brisbane and a one hour drive from Sydney, making it ideal for a beach escape. Leaving the car at home? Take advantage of the shuttle buses that run between the Brisbane CBD, airport, Surfers Paradise and Ballina. No matter how you get there, prepare yourself for a great holiday with our Byron Bay accommodation.