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... Harbour. It's very weird a 50 year old biggish banana with a souvenir shop selling everything you can think of Big Banana style! The next big thin was a rather large Prawn in Ballina. Arriving in Byron bay at around 5pm the place was a hive of activity. The good weather on a Sunday seemed to have brought loads of people to this quirky beach town. The Beach Hotel bar seemed to be where the action was and after checking into ...
... had to walk through part of Arakwal National Park which was literally at the end of our street to get to Tallow Beach. The sounds of different birds singing was lovely. Just a shame we couldn’t spot them. There was hardly another person around and the sounds of the waves rolling into shore was very calming and relaxing.
We get near the heads and realise there isn’t a track that leads direct to the lighthouse. Bummer! Fortunately ...
... a viewing platform and is a long stretch of beautiful surf. The Evans Head area is REALLY popular with people who have boats and like fishing. People are actually catching heaps of fish! The river has easy access for boats of all sizes and plenty of trailer parking. Many people in the CP are here for months. It is lovely and I'm keen to test the water tomorrow but two weeks would be enough for me, perhaps 3 if we had the kayak and I caught something. The town has two or ...
... be beaten though, right on Clarkes Beach and a short walk along the beach into town. Laurie started looking at local real estate (a favourite pastime) and as the house up the road with similar views was on the market for a cool $12M, we figured $83 a night wasn't too bad after all.
We went for a walk along the beach in shorts and tshirts. It was already warm and we enjoyed breakfast at one of the many cool cafés where everything was organic (of course). Not all of ...
... booked in advance. So the next day Hayley left to head up to surfers paradise where we would be heading next and myself, Nicole and Katirrina stayed in Byron. We hired bikes from the hostel ($10 for the day) and decided to cycle up to the light house as everyone had mentioned it was worth a visit and had 360 degree views of Byron Bay. It was really hot weather that day making it even better, most of the journey we did in our shorts and bikini tops. It was about 30 minutes away from ...