Baystay Bed & Breakfast
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this b&b rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
Photos of Baystay Bed & Breakfast
TripAdvisor Reviews Baystay Bed & Breakfast Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... And where better to do it than my favourite place? Good old Byron Bay. The best place, and the one where anyone who's anyone does a skydive is Mission Beach, but I just knew it wouldn't be feasible for me on this trip unfortunately. Although I still have so much more of the East Coast to experience, I only had time to go as far north as Brisbane on this particular trip. I have barely even touched on the travelling I want to do in this country, but time and money are running ...
It was a slow start to the morning, but after a good sleep in the cupboard I finally dragged myself out to breakfast. Pete and Tony were already up and discussing where to book in Byron bay, and planning the night ahead. Eventually a cheapish motel room for three was decided on, so overnight bags were chucked in the boot and off we went! After a couple go hours driving we cruised into Byron bay, and after a moment of realising no ...
... and I are heading up to Mount Coolum to hike, I should have some good pictures from that to post later today or tomorrow. Then Saturday I leave and have 4 days in Melbourne before returning to USC to pack and get ready to head home. I can't believe how soon it ...
... the front) when suddenly we hear sirens. Mark pulls the bus over and very seriously asks if anyone has any drugs on them. We say no, and he gets out of the bus to talk to the police. Turns out it wasn't a raid, but a speeding ticket. He was enjoying the Bob Marley song on the radio a bit too much and not concentrating on the speed limit. Pebbles looked concerned but after a quick pat she was back on the case and we were back on our way to Nimbin. Some people were worried ...
Woke up for our last day in Byron and had an early breakfast ready to get our stuff together and check out. We decided to leave our bags at the hostel so that we could go out and do our final lot of exploring. We wondered into town for a sushi lunch. The proper kind with the conveyer belt and coloured dishes. It was really good and I'm glad I managed to convince Mel to try something new - even if it meant a few little white lies on route. I did tell her the truth at the end. ...