No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Dolphins Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
This morning we had a leisurely start to the day. Our motel room had a toaster and a microwave. We had bought some supplies at Woolworths last night so had yoghurt and toasted muffins with Vegemite for breakfast accompanied by juice and coffee. What more can you want?
Our first visit was to Cape Byron, the easternmost point on the …
... we dance all night and hoop all day, that's what we do in Byron Bay!" Needless to say we didn't spend our days hooping! Instead we wandered round all the shops and cafes, walked up to the lighthouse which is Australia's most easterly point (saw more whales!) and most importantly got our first surf lessons booked up!! It took us a few days to get a ...
... the Ballina coastline.
Marine ecologist and shark expert Daniel Bucher says recent
rainfall, the Richmond River mouth and spawning winter fish could have all
increased the likelihood of shark attacks on the New South Wales North Coast.
"Anything that will increase the food supply for fish will
bring sharks in to feed on the fish,"
"What you're looking at is an ...
... 12.30 pm and pulled into the caravan park to find it very full due to the fishing competition going on. Got settled on the site and headed off to check out our new surroundings and pick up a few supplies. Returned to the van for a late lunch and then went for a walk to the head and up Razorback lookout for sunset, which never turned out to be great as there were too much ...
... we went for a run to work it back off!
A few days in the green landscape of Bellingen was enough to recharge, and we next hopped on an evening bus to Byron Bay, home of surfing and partying: the three main streets smell like booze first thing in the morning. Not exactly our cup of tea, but an enjoyable place just the same, if you stay away from the bars. We spent most of our time walking, heading ...