Byron Beachcomber Resort

Address: 23 - 25 Shirley St., Byron Bay, New South Wales, 2481, Australia | Resort
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This resort, located on 23 - 25 Shirley St., Byron Bay, is near Byron Bay, Go Sea Kayak at Byron Bay, Buddha Gardens Day Spa, and Arakwal National Park.
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    Travel Blogs from Byron Bay

    Adventuring in Surfers Paradise and Byron Bay

    A travel blog entry by agemofajourney on Oct 12, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... number of friends to visit the big skyscraper on the Gold Coast as it's 360 degree view was supposed to be amazing (yes I've used my favourite adjective again dad), and wasn't it just. You could literally see for miles in every direction. Up the coast, down the coast, out into the ocean and over to the mountains. Truly spectacular. There's also a bar and restaurant at the top, but as you can imagine not the prices a backpacker can afford to pay. I did spend over an hour there ...

    Lighthouse lookout

    A travel blog entry by terryandlauren on Aug 14, 2014

    25 photos

    ... surfers then we continue along Little Wategos and Watego's beach and take on some seriously uphill ascents. We soon reach the 'most easterly point in Australia' which is a great lookout point, there's talk of Whale sightings and sure enough we get to see a mother and her baby slowly splashing up the coast - just awesome! Further up the track Roland spots Dolphins but it's hard to take a picture as they surface only ...

    A weekend of obscurity.

    A travel blog entry by luigisadventure on Apr 21, 2014

    ... if we didn’t at least try for a bit. Once we got to the sea we found the water to be angry and ferocious and the tide unpredictable, so much so we would have to run out to it when it withdrew so we could cast our lines before hastily jogging backwards to avoid our feet getting wet. We fished for about an hour, determined to catch something. At one point I got a massive bite, so big I thought the rod would snap in half. I battled furiously with it, reeling the line in as fast ...

    Fell in love with Byron Bay....more than Sydney!

    A travel blog entry by stephwelsh on Feb 25, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... and I died laughing at this. So glad to get off that bus. I could tell from our hostel style and what little I had seen at night (and the fact that our shuttle driver was a Canadian who loved the town), that I'd really like Byron Bay. We had heard along the way that Byron was amazing but not for a specific reason, I guess just because of the feel of it. We went to bed as we are old and were exhausted. We were in a 5-ded dorm and had our first encounter ...

    Half Way Through my Adventure

    A travel blog entry by lornathomas on Jan 16, 2014

    1 comment

    ... the last one I went to, it was a different instructor this time so was a bit different but still really enjoyable. After yoga I went to a local cafe to get a cup of tea and some banana bread; the banana bread was quite elaborately presented with fruit coulis and some sort of flavoured cream! The cup of tea was well needed! After that I just had anther wander around town to look at some of the shops I haven't had a chance to visit yet - it was a bit too windy to have a beach day ...