Byron Lakeside Apartments
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this condo rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Byron Lakeside Apartments Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... Last night I saw a peacock! We have been hearing it's call but hadn't seen it yet. The pictures do not exaggerate! I was amazed. I tried approaching it. It's feather's poofed up and suddenly I realized that this was not a bird that was going to run away if I got too close, it looked ready to attack!
I also saw a leech, a big snake that Ethan killed with the lawn mower and some cute little purple+yellow+red+green parrots.
Australia does not disappoint!
... great white shark species – other species involved in these attacks include
tiger and bull sharks.
Sydney Morning Herald
Shark attack: the true Australian Story
August 14, 2015
http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/shark-attack- the-true-australian-story-20150814-giyz s1.html
A local hang glider, who has been flying for over ten years,
states he ...
... of a small pod of Dolphins heading south, which was cool to see! By sunset we reach the far point of the walk, and realise we have left the woodland section until darkness, so quickly weave our way through trying not to trip over the roots that we can't see! Dinner in town is put on with our tour package, going for a meaty burrito in town with a few other hungry tums on the tour, with pie for afters :) Dinner in ...
... sites to see which was nice. I of course started being a little silly and tried to stand up on the kayak in order to paddle it along liek one of those boats in venice causing me to fall over board and as Nicole laughed at me I decided to take her in to and capsized the boat. It was like thick dirty mud on the base of the water and the water wasnt the cleanest so we got soaked and very dirty but still good fun. Another time we went to the driving range for some Kangaroo golf. I didnt ...
... music and dancing in the street! We had a couple of happy hour drinks then went back to the hostel and I did tea. The next morning we were up at 5 to catch the little bus which took us up to a lighthouse which is the most easterly point of Australia and we got to watch sunrise which was pretty amazing. We then took a walk back to the hostel along the beach and had some juice which was nice because there wasn't too many people around. We headed into town ...