Comfort Inn All Seasons

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

    Day 3: Coff Harbour - Ballina & whale watching

    A travel blog entry by daveandsara2014 on Aug 22, 2014

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    ... waves was near impossible. After a couple of hours the boat returned to harbour and we were freezing. We found a nearby beach and had our sausage sandwiches with a good brew. All that was left was for Dave to drive a considerable distance to our next campsite in Ballina. As usual the weather was ruining the drive slightly - we haven't been blown away by Australia yet. Ballina was a really quiet Australian town and that evening we went to see The Inbetweeners in the ...

    Beautiful Ballina

    A travel blog entry by george_youssef on May 24, 2014

    12 photos

    ... was, each lunch came with a free schooner of beer as well. Couldn't let them go to waste, so managed to syphon them off into an empty soft drink bottle. Went well with dinner the next two nights.

    Outside the Macadamia Castle there is the Big Knight, and I was asked to stand next to him for a photo. I stood between his legs and looked up for macadamias.

    Ballina is on the Richmond River's last section, where it meets the sea. Depending ...

    The Soles of Byron Bay

    A travel blog entry by noseafood on Mar 02, 2014

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    ... I had been. I must have really not been in a good place when I came last and after nearly two months rushing around in the big cities,Melbourne and Sydney – arriving in Byron was like taking a big deep breath of new air. The sea is beautiful, turquoise blue and crystal clear. Having seen the breathtaking beaches of the Whitsunday islands never expected to be impressed by a beach again. But the sand of main beach in Byron is soft, warm and ...

    Hi/appy days

    A travel blog entry by shobden on Feb 01, 2014

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    ... Apart from the fairly ordinary ducks and ibis, we have also been visited by a pair of crested pigeons, magpies, mynah birds, magpie larks, a bird yet to be identified and, of undoubtedly the most interest, a pair of tawny frogmouth. Being nocturnal, owl like birds, they called a halt to night time hunting by roosting in a tree next to our site. They barely moved all day despite the comings and goings of campers. As the light faded and dusk fell, ...

    NYE and Byron Bay

    A travel blog entry by raniaandlaura on Jan 05, 2014


    ... of help from google maps we arrived at the car park at the start of the trail. We were all VERY relieved to see other people doing the same thing as us so if we were attacked by a drop bear** there would be other people around to save us. A quick visit to the long drop toilet and group leader QG was off. It is safe to say we were cracking a decent pace, probably as we all thought that the quicker we moved the less chance of being attacked by something. It didn't ...