Enjoy a mid week getaway at Atlantic Byron Bay and get to sleep in with a late check-out. Cast off before Christmas and recharge those batteries. The prefect chance to do your Christmas shopping on a well deserved holiday, especially for those working over the silly season.

It’s the perfect time to head to the beach, the water is warmer, the sun is not too hot and you will escape the weekend crowds. The Mid Week Wanderer offer is available between the dates 9 Nov – 18 Dec 2014 and is valid for bookings from Sunday through to Thursday.

Limited availability so book now !


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Another gorgeous image taken at The Atlantic Byron Bay as seen in Mr Jason Grants new book “Holiday At Home”…due out soon.
Mr. Jason Grants new book “Holiday at Home” is full of ideas to give you that sun-drenched feeling of a perfect holiday. Taking inspiration from road-trips, beach houses, boutique hotels featuring Atlantic Byron Bay, Mr Jason Grant shows you how to style your spaces to capture that holiday feeling in your own home.

Brimming with inspiration and tips for making your outdoor spaces feel like your own private resort, laid- back entertaining, using colour to create those vacation vibes and upcycling found and second-hand items, Holiday at Home is your creative guide to turning your living spaces into your own little patches of paradise.

Mr Jason Grant is a Sydney-based interior stylist who loves the beach. He has been fascinated by colour and nature from a young age and is always looking for new ways to express his creativity. Jason has styled for many Australian and international magazines including Inside Out, Belle, House and Garden, Real Living, Vogue Living, Australian Country Style, Elle Decoration and Livingetc and collaborated with exciting major brands including a signature collection with Murobond Paints. This is his second book, a follow up to A Place Called Home. Follow Jason on Instagram @mr_jason_grant or on his blog

Lauren Bamford is a professional photographer, based in Melbourne, who specialises in food, lifestyle, interiors and documentary photography.



If you are heading to Byron Bay this month don’t miss the Sample Food Festival at Bangalow on Saturday September 13th, 2014.


Plan to spend the whole day wandering around tasting the finest of ingredients from chefs and farmers who will be showcasing produce from the local region. There will be events throughout the day including the Northern Rivers Food Cooking Stage with presenters including Scott and Luke from My Kitchen Rules and “Wild Kitchen” Chef Clayton Donovan with Pam Brook from Brookfarm. Presentations will run throughout the day from 8am until 4pm. There will also be live music, market stalls with arts, crafts and produce to buy.

You can view the full program on the Sample NSW here. We suggest downloading the program so you can plan your day.



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New wall to celebrate SPRING !  Cast off, drift away, wander …… Spring in Byron Bay.




Winter moments…escape North to Byron !


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Your own private Idaho #airstream #gardenluxe #livingthedream #byronbay #atlantic #hotelsthatgetit


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The annual Byron Bay Surf Festival will be held this year from the  24th – 26th October 2014.  Byron offers the perfect location to host the festival, drawing from the rich local and national surfing heritage and the creative energy.

The 3 day event focuses on a fusion of ’Surf Culture Now’, featuring surf art, photography, live music, surf history, events and workshops.
Other highlights will include the not to be missed Tee Pee markets on the Saturday, plus youth art events, a swap-meet as well as the Go Pro Short Film Competition.

An Invitational Surf Art Exhibition will be held on the Wednesday night at The Atlantic Byron Bay, showcasing artwork from respected highly influential local and international artists from the surf industry. Their Artwork will be on display throughout the Festival.  Stay tuned for artist announcements to be released in the lead up to the event.

The Byron Bay Surf Festival is in its forth year, bringing together a creative global surfing community in a non-competitive environment.  The Atlantic is proud a sponsor of the festival, located in the heart of Byron Bay.



Thank you to Christine Chang Hanway for the article about Atlantic on Remodelista.

“Imagine a Scandinavian seaside fishing village in cool and casual Byron Bay, the historical and spiritual home of surfing in Australia. You’d want to linger in a place like that. And if you did, you’d be following in the footsteps of Kimberly Amos and Stephen Eakin, ex-Sydneysiders who decided after a year’s sabbatical in Byron Bay that they’d settle permanently. She’s an artist, he’s an ex-banker, and together they founded Atlantic Byron Bay, a boutique hotel with several types of beach cottage accommodations that the pair renovated themselves.”

Read the full article here.



On your next visit to Byron Bay we encourage you to explore the local region and discover some of the National Parks and Reserves.

A gift to the visitors of Byron looking to escape the buzz of the popular town, this breathtaking stretch of secluded sands bordered by 183 hectares of rich coastal heath is a haven for migratory birds and wildlife. A historic agreement between the NSW government and the Arakwal community, the park is an important part of Aboriginal culture. Co-managed by the traditional owners, experience the meandering pathways that link the township of Byron Bay to the Pacific Ocean and marine life that call it home.

This rare coastal rainforest is home to the sights and sounds of the Aussie scrub. Banksias and tuckeroos shield the rainforest from the salty onshore winds and hardy brush box and native elm flourish amongst bangalow palms. The loud whip-crack of the eastern whip bird is unmistakable as is the mournful cry of the koel ringing eerily in the gullies. Rainforest-clad slopes sweep down to secluded beaches where white breasted sea eagles and brahminy kites plunge to the sea.

Byron Bay is the gateway to some of the most magnificent natural creations. If you are a lover of nature, an explorer of life and a straight up adventurer you will loose yourself in these incredible untouched and protected habitats.



The Channon Markets are on this week end. If you are staying at The Atlantic  for a few days its worth a drive in the hinterland to spend a few hours at The Channon.

Australia’s oldest running art and craft market, The Channon was first conceptualized in 1976 under the still strongly held ethic “Make It, Bake It, Grow It”. Join visitors both local and afar who verge on the thousands to this normally peaceful village to experience this iconic craft market.

The most colourful and vibrant in the country, you can spend hours meandering around the stalls. Get your fortune told, seek advice from spiritual healers, listen to musicians under the marquee and try the local treats alfresco style.

Second Sunday of every month, 9am-3pm @ Coronation Park, The Channon. More info:

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