BreakFree Eco Beach
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- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Outdoor pool
- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Swimming pool
TripAdvisor Reviews BreakFree Eco Beach Byron Bay
Travel Blogs from Byron Bay
... way back to the hostel, to avoid spending unnecessary money at the bars to stay dry.
That evening, it poured. And when I say it poured, I mean it felt like there were buckets of water being thrown on us once you stepped a second outside. Mother Nature can be harsh in Australia aswell. Jordan, Ryan and I hung around the hostel chatting to various Germans, a popular nationality travelling over here. Almost 50 percent of the people we have met along the way have been German, ...
... Unfortunately we didn't spot any (we had been lucky to see a pod in the distance on our snorkelling trip) but we enjoyed the bicep workout and a hysterical albeit desperate scramble to get back into our kayak after capsizing to avoid being stung jellyfish! We've been spoilt rotten for the past fortnight in Brisbane but you'll have to wait to hear more on cuddling koalas, Queensland feasts and thwarted car hire plans! Hugs and kisses, Immy and ...
... us half way down the beach in seconds. The sea in Australia, although beautiful, is more mental than anywhere we've seen before! We then teased ourselves by looking around the cute, over priced boutique shops. That evening the two of us decided to treat ourselves by going to a popular Mexican restaurant for dinner, one that was constantly full whenever we walked passed. The food, service and atmosphere was so good, and following this we returned to the ...
... dolphin swimming together. It was amazing. We came back to the hostel in late afternoon, after a nice 10 km walk. There, I had a quick meal and signed up for the BBQ organized by the hostel. I met 2 Swedish couples and a German there, and we all went to party later at Woody's, a bar in Byron Bay. Later we ended up at Cheeky Monkey, another club in the area. It was a wonderful night. I woke up next morning quite ...
... sometimes see road trains: lorries towing three or even four trailers. Australian law allows bigger and heavier vehicles than any other country on earth, with some vehicles and their cargo weighing nearly 200 tonnes. Back here Ben decided that he was due an immersion in water so took Lucy for swim. Lucy loves a swim but pays for it dearly afterwards. She isn't allowed in the house when wet so sits forlornly on porch, looking imploringly at people inside going about their ...