Byron Bay Guest House

Address: 70 Kingsley Street, Byron Bay, New South Wales, Australia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 70 Kingsley Street, Byron Bay, is near Go Sea Kayak at Byron Bay, Byron Bay, Buddha Gardens Day Spa, and Arakwal National Park.
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      A travel blog entry by ronjas on Jan 14, 2015

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      This morning early wake up, Diana had to be at the surfing school at 9am :) Ronja: I drove her to the school and started to visit Byron Bay, one shop after the other one and every one is in its way special and crazy like hippie style! A lot of vintage (second hand) stuff, flowers, jewelry, bags, and so on Around 12:30pm I looked the first time on my watch, my plan was drinking a coffee by 10 am :) But it is so fantastic to visit this little town very easy to forget the ...

      Byron Bay Day 1

      A travel blog entry by kas19 on Jan 12, 2015

      ... wait to jump in the water. Since my clothes were already super sweaty I figured I would just jump in. I was enjoying the waves until Ryan found the money that I had stashed in my pocket floating near him. It was at this point I realized that my ID and credit card were also in my pocket..were being the opportune word. Yes somewhere in the ocean a Visa Avion and a Kristine Ferguson ID are floating about...or some ...

      No Shots in Byron Bay

      A travel blog entry by paul_emma on Dec 13, 2014

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      We had high hopes for Byron Bay. The home of Pete and George (Sapa Angels) we'd been seduced by enthusiastic tales of life in the slow lane, a bohemian mix of music and art: Woodstock with tall waves and surfboards. We'd set three nights - as long as we'd stayed anywhere - aside, for our Bay experience, and there was room for more if we wanted. A golf buggy with a death wish speedily showed us to our plot at Byron Bay Tourist Village. Situated at the town line, by ...

      Warning ! Warning ! Climbing Mt Warning

      A travel blog entry by olssonoztour on Oct 14, 2014

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      ... face.

      Was it worth it ? Yes ..... We had 360 deg views at the top. It was 1100m up (not sure how much above sea level) and since it is smack bang in the middle of an ancient volcano, lots of national parks, beautiful valleys and fertile country below. Clouds seemed so close, and even though it was hazy, we could just see the high rises at Surfers Paradise. We spent a good hour at the top just sitting and looking at the view. It wasn't ...

      Byron Bay

      A travel blog entry by faraway-fantasy on Aug 29, 2014

      ... being on the beach when a great white shark attacked a swimmer resulting in death! It was horrible to see! The body was on the beach as we walked past just being covered up, police were starting to arrive and the helicopters and jet skis were already out looking. We decided not to hang about as it wasn’t a nice thing to see and instead head up to the lighthouse as planned. The walk was a trek uphill but definitely worth it once ...