Lord Byron Resort
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLord Byron Resort Byron Bay
This is a motel with nice rooms, lot of space in the refrigerator, swimmingpool, BBQ area, carparking,
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Picked up our hire car for the drive down from Brisbane in the morning. We were expecting a Mitsubishi Outlander and that is what we got!
We used the Pacific Highway and our first stop was at Surfers Paradise. The beach and sea were definitely paradise but the high rise buildings spoiled it.
We then drove through Miami (!) to Burleigh …
... got shot into in the air on some superman ride but thank god there were no children around!
We then headed up just north of Brisbane for some family time! ...
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The anecdotal theory of a local fishermen:
Spending ten years trawling from the south end of New South
Wales, and now more recently trawling locally at Tweed Heads says; In recent
years there has been a large scale movement in the increase of numbers of
sharks (tiger and bull sharks mainly) they trail after the trawling ...
... s "tourist attractions" rather than the iconic landmarks of the previous day. With an offer of $69 for the five, it was a bargain and a recommendation to anyone looking for a day of entertainment in the city. The first thing we did was take the ferry over to Manly, a must do in Sydney itself, to visit the Sealife Centre. The weather had planned to deteriorate as the day went on so it was ideal timing to see Port Jackson in all of its might in the beaming sun. It was also good to ...
... March - There was thick cloud this morning as we set off for the beach but it was still nice and hot. The locals were all putting there sun cream on even with the thick cloud so sensibly we followed suit. It's a good job we did because after just a few hours we were starting to go a bit pink. I have finally admitted defeat after 2 weeks of letting the cuts on my feet heal naturally and head to the doctors after lunch. She cleans them up and prescribes ...