Loving our new Capi longboards!!! Looking very much at home….. Captured by the totally awesome Steve Baccon on a recent family holiday at Atlantic.
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Byron shoot for Condenast World Wide News by Alicia Taylor Photography republished in Vogue China.
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It’s time for a holiday !
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 Bay’s true trademark is her beauty.
Stunning Winter sunrises and sunsets, renowned restaurants and cafes, whales heading past to warmer waters, warm secluded corners of the beaches to discover. Now is the time to head away for a quiet winter break.
Its still warm here !
North facing for the Winter sun at Driftwood
Get in quick for our mid week winter special. Little Palm at Atlantic is only available until July 6!!! Book directly online or call us on 02 66855118. Stay between Sunday and Thursday to take advantage of our Mid Week Winter Special.
SURF STYLE STAY
Shades of blue in the Byron Bay….surf…turquoise….ocean.
Photo courtesy of Steve Baccon
Byron Bay Farmers Markets are on every Thursday morning….the perfect place for breakfast. For more information check out our Market guide.
Cape Byron is well known as one of the best vantage points, the Lighthouse offering the best view. The famous lighthouse walk is a two hour return adventure, known as “one of the best ways to spend a couple of hours on the States coast”, according to National Parks NSW.
The walk is a 3.7klm loop taking in views of Byron Bays stunning beaches, including Wategos, The Pass and Tallows Beach to the South. The hike will take you through rainforests and across cliff tops with stunning views out across the ocean and hinterland.
During the whale migration season make sure you allow extra time to take in the amazing sights of the humpback whales and also keep an eye out for dolphins, turtles.
For those who would prefer an easier walk you can park at one of the many stops and shorten the walk or alternatively parking is available at the Lighthouse for a small fee, but keep in mind it will be very busy during whale season.
If you are looking for accommodation in Byron Bay during the whale watching season look out for our Mid Week Special offers.
Photo courtesy of http://www.wildaboutwhales.com.au/