- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... out to the bar that night. We wake up Thursday morning and check out, only to hang out in Coffs for half the way. We went on a walk down to another beach to jump off the "Jetty" - a 25 foot leap in to the ocean. I didn't wear my bathing suit, but I had to jump off this thing. Jordan took his leap as I was still contemplating jumping in my shorts. He came back up and kept telling me to jump, so eventually a said screw it, and took the leap - and ...
... Isaac was eliminated (too dry to swallow apparently). Ryan continued to the next rounds, which was heart, followed by a litre of full cream milk - the equivalent of our homo milk I think. He was just a couple seconds too slow in the milk chugging.. So he was also eliminated. Two Welsh guys battled the final challenge of swallowing a tablespoon of cinnamon, which none of us knew was possible without throwing up. Luckily, they didn't. And one of them won. End of story.
... you back out looking like a drowned rat! After a few attempts I admitted defeat and realised I'm not (and never have been) a sea kind of girl so I watch as Paulie attempted his rides as he drifted further down the beach! He managed a great ride and the wave he caught bought him all the way back to the shore and on that glory note...he gave up too!
Pooped from the effort, we used the remainder of ...
... town for a little shopping. After a relaxing afternoon our chefs for the evening cooked up a delicious bbq dinner. We capped our dinner off with just a couple Tim Tams! We decided to venture into town in hopes of finding some live music. Along the way two English girls asked us where we were going. Once we told them they followed us to the pub we had selected and asked to join us for a drink. They said that their evening strategies typically involved scoping out people that looked like ...
... thinking it through we decided to rent a car rather than go on the tour so we weren't rushing around. This was bad choice no. 1 Like every single person who visits Nimbin we were there for only one reason, the cookies. After perusing the shops we finally found a "rotten corpse of an old lady" who'd ridiculously been described to me as sweet. We let her take us into her 'art gallery' where she told us about her paintings in ...