Abbiente House & Cottages - Byron Bay Hinterland
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- Pets allowed
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... get ready for our 7am surf lesson! I'm glad I had a go but I am no surfer (apparently I need to work on my 'guns'! It's really quite hard and battered, bruised and having swallowed way too much sea water I headed out of the waves. Brunch followed before our 6 hour drive to Byron Bay. On the drive to Byron Bay we were introduced to the Aussie 'big' craze trying to increase tourism to areas. Our first 'big thing' was the Big Banana ...
We went to Bangalow Farmer's Market this morning and amongst the goodies we bought are the biggest blueberries you have ever seen!! Obviously Melbourne isn’t get these beauties.
Bangalow is a pretty village and more of what I perceived Byron Bay to be like. The drive here was very picturesque.
Headed back to Byron Bay and dropped everything off at the accommodation and headed for the beach and a walk to Cape Byron Lighthouse.
... may also have played a part in it being quiet, not just its accessibility. By the time we'd finished here Holly & Dec had successfully made it down without any issues and by all accounts had an amazing time! Being dropped out at sea before falling in over Byron on such a perfect day as well - definitely something I was jealous of! We met at the beach in town and enjoyed another laze in the sun before walking down the beach to a viewing platform at one end. It provided good ...
... bridge in one section. We reached Byron Bay in the evening after passing through Casino and Lismore and set up camp. It was hot. We couldn't believe what we were seeing on the temperature gauge in the car - it was night and it was 20 C? We immediately put the sleeping bags away and tossed and turned in the humidity. Surely we couldn't be in the tropics already?
Clarkes Beach Holiday Park was our most expensive yet at $83 per night for the family. The location ...
... were also coming to Byron Bay that day so late afternoon we met up with them and went for another really good meal. Saturday was ladies night so females got free cocktails which went down very nicely with the meal and after we played a few games of cards, jenga and Heads Up and had a really good laugh and a great evening. The girls that I was with from surf camp and Nicole had all booked packages up the East Coast and therefore their tours and accomidation had already been ...