Comfort Inn All Seasons

Address: 301 309 River Street, Ballina, New South Wales, 2478, Australia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on 301 309 River Street, Ballina, is near Lennox Head Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Ballina

    Ballina, Our first Caravan Park...........

    A travel blog entry by jo.carroll.2703 on Jul 22, 2014

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    ... even get a park at the light house so Ben still hasn't seen it, we decide to skip it and cruze up to Nimbin. Ben hasn't been there before. I don't think he believes me when i tell him about the place so he will now get to see it for himself. The drive took us about 2hrs longer than it should have, lets just say dont always trust Google maps. So we in the main street for about 2 minutes before Ben gets offered weed, then i get offered cookies and i think Ben gets offered ...

    Beautiful Ballina

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 24, 2014

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    ... Lovely town - quiet, laid back, relaxed. Wide streets that open onto the Richmond River, and a lovely long walking path to the stone wall where it opens to the sea. Many lovely beaches, both river and surf, but not really warm enough to swim yet. It is the home of the Big Prawn, and many regular sized prawns also at the fisherman's co-op.

    Lennox Heads - really small town between Ballina and Byron, even quieter and more relaxed than Ballina. ...

    Hippies & surf dudes delight

    A travel blog entry by smilerontour on Jan 22, 2014

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    ... and the outside terrace gave a great deal of history behind the site and the technicalities of its operation. It was a fascinating insight into maritime safety, and the wind on the terrace atop the lighthouse was a refreshing reprieve from the heat of the walk up. Only 3km to walk back to Byron!

    The evening atmosphere in Byron came across as a party atmosphere and rather akin to the feel of a larey British town centre of a weekend. ...

    Byron bay

    A travel blog entry by laracamille on Jan 16, 2014

    ... is really expensive, I then went and chilled down the beach for a little again, when the evening rocked up I had a shower and realise my bum was very brunt!! So even though I made sure I had enough sun cream on my back I still managed to burn my bottom! Bad times! I then got in my pjs and was sleep by like half 9, I was ...

    Behind Enemy Lines

    A travel blog entry by thecurries2012 on Jan 13, 2014

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    ... sitting in a tree over the road. It was a pretty grey night so we were keeping our fingers crossed that the rain and storm held off from us. With our goggles on we walked like a drunk people on the moon looking for anything and everything that moved. It took a while for our eyes and feet to adapt to the strange feeling of being able to see in the dark. The park has a camp site in it and we felt like snipers sneaking through their camps in the pitch black. ...