Bamboo Cottage B&B

76 Butler St, Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia | 3 star b&b
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This 3 star B&B, located on 76 Butler St, Byron Bay, is near Byron Bay, Go Sea Kayak at Byron Bay, Buddha Gardens Day Spa, and Arakwal National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Byron Bay

    Hervey Bay to Coffs Harbour

    A travel blog entry by gowerexplorers on Aug 22, 2014

    5 photos

    ... town centre was lit up and really pretty so we strolled around and found a great little restaurant on the beach,Berardos Bistro where we had a very nice dinner. Next morning we were out early to see Noosa in the daylight, still looked lovely with a great stretch of white sandy beach and some very nice beach and lagoon-side properties. Not sure if we could afford to live here.Pushing on south towards our next destination, South Stradbroke Island we arrived ...

    Byron Bay and Surfers Paradise

    A travel blog entry by emjhadley on Jul 10, 2014

    1 comment, 12 photos

    ... incredible experience in one of my favourite places in Australia, and Surfers just had no chance of meeting the bar I'd set so high. Poor Surfers, it just lacked something for me. Maybe it's a favourite for Aussie tourists but it just didn't hit the same spot in my heart that Byron did. Since there was not a lot to do in the actual centre of Surfers Paradise, I decided to head further out of the city to cross yet more things off my bucket list. A few weeks previously I'd visited a ...

    Up to the lighthouse

    A travel blog entry by laura_schofield on May 12, 2014

    3 photos

    ... box and ran like mad people to it. Luckily it was a really quick shower and a few minutes and it was over. We stopped at a cafe on the way back to reward our efforts. The walk included a lot of steps so this meant an apple and blackberry crumble was allowed. Turns our crumbles are slightly different in Australia - bit more watery. Still quite nice though. We then headed back to the hostel and sat around reading for the last few hours before catching the greyhound bus back to ...

    A weekend of obscurity.

    A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Apr 21, 2014

    ... place, I’m sure an awful lot of you would love it. It was like a never-ending festival where good music could be heard wherever you would go and the smell of ganja excited the nostrils at every turning. There was one main road and it was lined with all manner of little shops selling all manner of little things. The colours of the rainbow decorated everything you could see and there was such a variety of people there every race in the world could have been represented. Leanne ...

    Day Seventy Five: Bye Bye Byron

    A travel blog entry by emmahannahmilla on Mar 18, 2014

    4 photos

    ... one night. Our short stay encompassed a twilight stroll to the lookout point over the harbour, a beachside bonfire, the girls first attempt at surfing and some competitive pool volleyball. Short stop over, we caught our next bus to Byron Bay where we stayed for the next five nights. We loved Byron, and we met a few fellow travellers and ended up with a nice little group; three friends from Wales, Emily, Colette and Kieran, plus a brother and sister we met back in Coffs, ...