Byron Beachcomber Resort
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- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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We arrived in Byron Bay on the Friday so we could be there for the weekend and got there at around 2/3pmish. We had heard a lot of good things about Byron, mainly that it was a very chilled out, surf/hippy town and it was pretty much just that! As we drove into the centre of town, it was really busy with tourists and we tried to spot a camper-van site so we could pitch up. We saw one right on the beach but it was really expensive so we went to one that was a few minutes drive from the ...
... six weeks. The house in Frangela Drive looked different with a dry lawn and less tree cover du to the lopping off Poinciana branches. The batteries in our font door lock needed replacing, the garden had been through hard times with little rain but the Forester car started without a hitch. The TV needed retuning but Jean had left food for an evening meal and we could spend the day recovering from the big trip. Vic showed Nev ...
... of all the shops.
Once we made it back up the other side to where the buses were we decided to head back to the hostel. It was dark and raining and there wasn't much else we could do out and about on a Sunday since ...
Byron Bay, conversely to Brisbane, is probably the most bigged up place on the East Coast. With everyone going off about its hippyish vibe and how great it is, I came expecting myself to be disappointed. But fair play, they were right. Its fab. I pulled up back into New South Wales (so named because the first settlers thought it looked as lush as Old South Wales. Booyakasha.). I checked into the Nomads and headed straight out to haggle a skydive. I'd known ...
... being lazy with Marianne and realized we had to get ourselves together and book what was now the last week of our time in Australia together. We also decided to extend our stay in Byron from 2 to 3 nights as we loved the laid back, healthy and so-close-to-the-beach qualities of this town. We grabbed the hostel's last 2 beds and also got a large amount of laundry done. We also booked our bus to Mooloolaba where our friend Sam lived, who we had worked with ...