Summer is about to begin, it’s time to escape to Byron without the weekend crowds – stay in a Premium Ensuite room & enjoy a late check-out. Relax, unwind, go walking on the beach and sample some of Byron’s great restaurants and cafes.

Whether you’re a soul surfer or surf school novice the Pass is Byron’s most famous. A heady combination of white sand and glassy turquoise water…. it’s not surprising that these perfect right hander’s peeling down the beach draw a crowd. Don’t be deterred, get out there.

Join a dive tour, go whale watching on a kayak run, try snorkeling. Grab a coffee at the Pass Café or get your morning buzz on by doing the boardwalk run. This is beach culture at its best.

Domestic airlines operate several flights daily to Ballina/Byron Gateway Airport (30 mins south) and Gold Coast Airport at Coolangatta (50 mins north). A number of international carriers servicing SE Asia, New Zealand and the Pacific fly into Gold Coast Airport.

Byron EasyBus provides regular daily transfers between Ballina/Byron, Gold Coast and Brisbane Airports.

Steve’s Tours operates to and from the Ballina/Byron airport and will deliver you right to our door in a comfortable air-conditioned mini bus.

Xcede will pick up and deliver to Atlantic from major flights in and out of key airports.

Book directly on our website for the best rate & no booking fees. Check availability !  Pack your bag…Summer starts on Sunday.



Mar Y Sol NYC summer collection has arrived instore at Atlantic. Chic handwoven Ariel clutch appears to be hand painted, but this beautiful ombre effect is achieved through dip dying raffia before it’s handwoven.

This beautiful range is recognized for its unique designs, exquisite craftsmanship and creative use of sustainable materials.

100% woven raffia with cotton lining and snap closure. More styles instore, for orders please call us on 02 6685 5118.



Escape before Christmas for a Mid Week Summer Break and save.

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Byron Bay is one of those rare magical places that have an indescribable feeling to it. A feeling that keeps you coming back again and again. Famously known for it’s eclectic mix of surfing culture, bohemian lifestyle and international flavour, Byron’s true trademark is her beauty. As the sun rises over this rugged Australian coastline the ocean crystallizes and the white sand shimmers. Dolphins share the morning line up while whales shadow the headland looking for home. The sky is blue and the air is fresh and there is nowhere else to be.

Byron Bays heart and soul are the beaches that surround her.  The heady mix of shimmering white sands, crystal clear turquoise blue waters and lush tropical headlands have made Byron’s beaches world famous. Stretching between the headlands of Northern New South Wales and wrapping around the country’s most easterly point, Byron Shire offers 30km of beaches ranging from the busy patrolled beaches near town to isolated coves and dog friendly beaches all within a 10-15min drive.

Surf legendary breaks, experience oceanfront dining or swimming and kayaking with the dolphins and whales. Time with friends, time alone. Sun on your face and sand underfoot. There is something here for everyone.

Read our Byron Bay Guide to plan your Summer Break.



Rusty Miller is the original surf coach from Byron Bay and is an local surfing identity. He has lived and surfed in Byron Bay since the early 1970′s and over the years has developed a unique teaching method that has seen many people continue on surfing.

His book The Turning Point, came as a result of a rainy North Coast NSW Australian winter and a damaged knee. With his wife Tricia, they trawled through years of black and white negatives and colour transparencies that had been stored, realising they were looking at an anthology of surfing.

In the Coconut Cottage at Atlantic Byron Bay, some of Rusty’s amazing prints feature on the wall, they are from Bells to Byron 1970-1971.


For more information about the prints or if you are interested in purchasing one, please email us :


Rusty Miller Surf teaches ‘one-on-one’ lessons at Watego’s Beach and at Byron Bays iconic surfing beach, The Pass.



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