BreakFree Eco Beach
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- Babysitting service
- Laundry facilities (self serve)
- Refrigerator in room
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
TripAdvisor Reviews BreakFree Eco Beach Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... remembering all Australians and New Zealanders who have served and died in war. Today is 100 years ago that the Commonwealth countries including Australia tried to capture Istanbul. That didn't work out too well and today is the day to remember and honour the people who ...
... the game never really got going and Australia won quite comfortably. The atmosphere was still fantastic and the city was buzzing once the Aussies won.
Over the next few days I continued to explore the city and met up with Charlotte Hawkins who arrived on my final day in the city. We had a fun day enjoying the searing heat, walking around the city and made our way over to St Kilda and the beach. The next day I caught the overnight bus to Sydney. ...
... a rest and something to eat. Followed him along until he hopped off into the bush. Continued walking along until we came to the road again, unfortunately there was still a way to go along the road!
Went to Woolworths on the way back, then finally made it back to the hostel!
Went and made tea as we were starving then had showers. The shower on that day fired the head at me when I turned the pressure up…
Watched a film then went to sleep, prepared with eye masks ...
... the journey, we had a few stops at BPs etc.. We did manage to get quite a few hours sleep throughout the night, but we got woken up so often, and it wasn't that comfortable, so when we arrived we were quite tired. It's the longest bus that we have to get though, and it's our only night one, so to be honest, it wasn't even that bad! We are so used to long journeys from Thailand anyway, so one more didn't do us any harm. It's almost time for us to check in and go ...
... some stuffed kangaroo she named Steve (shout out to dead Steve). The next day brought the Blue Mountains bush walking tour, and for just £50 each we really didn't expect much. Oh, we were so wrong. We turned up at the bus station to be greeted by Smokey. Think Steve Irwin on crack (RIP urners). You've never seen someone more Australian - he has actually died 4 times in his life. Seriously. Smokey stopped the tour every 5 seconds ...