BreakFree Eco Beach
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- High-speed internet in room (surcharge)
- Hot tub
- Outdoor pool
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
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... turtles who would sporadically rise to the surface and poke out their heads. We were a long way away but managed to get a couple of grainy pictures of them. Having descended to the most northerly protuberance of the cape, we gazed out to sea for a while, the waves crashing onto the rocks to our right and Byron Bay spread out to our left. The view was spectacular. We could have stayed there all day. Plenty of surfers were out in the bay, hugging the cape, and the beach was busy by ...
... were checking out today. We then went to Nomads and it was heaven. It had obviously been recently renovated as it was clean and tidy and just like being in a hotel.
We did the lighthouse walk and just generally chilled out in Byron. We also had a really good room full of fun and party people so we spent our nights partying it up. We did a day tour to a place called Nimbin, which is a ...
... the hostel organised nightly events so after we cooked up our dinner we often joined in.
Byron Bay had an amazing laid back atmosphere, lots of cool restaurants, bars and cafes with buskers and fortune tellers on every second corner. The beach was lovely with great surf and the weather was sunny but very windy. We still managed to make picnics for the beach everyday.
... my eyes peeled for some sea turtles, I hadn't noticed the huge manta ray lurking behind me. I turned around and it took my breath away. I gasped and actually jumped a little as it was massive, amazing and beautiful. It really was absolutely incredible. Here I was taking a dip with a manta ray! Our guide also pointed out a species of shark, which was just awesome. It was lucky the guide did point this out, as it was camouflaged so well against the rocks on the ocean floor, that we ...
... br> The recreation features original architectural elements such as windows and doors, relocated from Olley’s home studio at 48 Duxford Street, Paddington, Sydney. The interiors are filled with over 20,000 items Olley collected over many years as subject matter for her painting. I did admit that the original smells of dusty dried flowers, overflowing ashtrays and discarded paint palletts were very evident.