The Villas of Byron
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... of these amazing animals in the wild, watching until the pod had split into two and moved on. On our way down towards the beach, Ben (Holland) spotted a Brush Turkey rummaging in the undergrowth and Sam drew our attention to a Wallaby, a few feet into the bush, quite unfazed by its audience. A woman walking by came up to find out what it was that we were all gazing at. She was underwhelmed when she found out that it was only a Wallaby. Also visible from the cliffs were a few ...
... slowed and rolled backwards! For a moment I though that was it. This is how I'm going to die; on a roller coaster in a theme park aged 24. Fortunately we were let off unscathed after a mere 20 MINUTES!! Surfers was that good that I contemplated staying and working but after the reviews of Byron Bay I couldn't wait. FYI it's as brilliant as they say! Not one to do things by halves, I'm being a hippy while I'm here. I got a hair braid ...
... with Brigida and Nino , Stephania and Johnie. Steph is a school friend of Sara’s.
We drove abit down the road to another free camp at Stotts Island. Don’t go there unless you are stone deaf or have ear plugs. Two bloody roosters called each other all nite from 1.30am every 10-15 mins or so for about 3 mins.Always seemed to be outside our van.
We then went onto Byron Bay and the Belongil Camp ground where we have been before. Close ...
... and the most easterly point of mainland Australia. The lighthouse is very pretty and there are great views both north and south along the coast. However when we were there a heavy afternoon haze was in the air so the views weren’t as good as hoped. However the advantage of that time of day is we got to see the sunset in a reddy blaze.
Before the sunset though we watched whales feeding off the coast. We had been told we could see ...
My tour of the east coast of Australia ended at the best place possible - Byron Bay. Prior to visiting Australia I was familiar with some of the beach towns and main tourist attractions, but until you get here it's difficult to know the distinctions between all of them. I had assumed Surfer's Paradise was just that - a mecca of amazing beaches, chilled-out strands and of course, a ton of bronzed surfers talking about their latest surf sesh. But ...