Wall art at The Atlantic

A seaside wall in one of our Albatross rooms,  inspired by travels through Arizona and Mexico, each room has a unique collection. These rooms are our most private with a separate entrance, rear courtyard with outdoor shower and private ensuite. There’s also access to an open plan outdoor fully equipped kitchen for guests to use.  So if you’re after privacy this is......[more]

Out & About : Brookies Gin

If you booked at The Atlantic over a weekend and you are heading out for a Hinterland drive we highly recommend adding The Cape Byron Distillery to your list. The Distillery is set in the heart of the Brook family’s macadamia farm and only a 10- minute drive from Byron Bay or Bangalow.  Bookings are essential, the 2 hour tours run on......[more]

What’s on in Byron – Janurary

Weather Summer is in full swing and the temperatures are into the 30’s, so mornings are the best time to head to the beach. Local Markets In Byron the Community Market is held on the 1st Sunday of the month – 7th January, it’s only once per month so if you are in town for that weekend head over for a wander. There’s loads of food......[more]

Day Tripper : Newrybar Merchants

As well as Harvest Restaurant tempting you to the tiny town of Newrybar, there is also the brilliant Newrybar Merchants, a creative collective of local artisans, peddling their fine wares in a charming 1890s dwelling turned concept store. Unique art and homewares can be found at The Society Inc. Tigmi Trading, Shannon Fricke Heart & Home, Jai Vasicek & Patterson +......[more]

The American Airstream

The Atlantic is a pioneer of the glamping experience with its on-site American Airstream Trailer, made for the spontaneous and adventurous traveller. This original silver bullet has been lovingly retrofitted with a striped awning, galley kitchen, dinette and double bed (plus essential mod cons including en-suite with Aveda products, air conditioning and DVD player). Set in the tropical grounds of......[more]

The Tropical Room

Lay back on your private deck and overlook the tropical gardens of The Atlantic in your own private oasis. Located on the ground or first floor your room is away from the street with a spacious en-suite bathroom. Enjoy the atmosphere of the shared open plan eating and dining areas for that extra sense of space. Park your surfboard on......[more]

Eat Here Now : Doma Federal

The pilgrimage to the country town of Federal (around 40 minutes drive from Byron Bay) for lunch at Doma is well worth it for rustic, home-style Japanese dishes in a relaxed outdoor setting. Be sure to order the tempura and cone-shaped hand rolls made with organic brown rice. Image Source – Destination NSW  ......[more]

Byron’s beaches : Belongil

Leave yourself an hour before sunset to take a walk along Belongil beach, where you’ll meet local dog owners and their pups. On the way back, stop off at The Wreck and take in the drumming circle (Friday – Sunday, sometimes weekdays) where local troupadours and rhythm makers come to drum, dance and shake off the day.......[more]

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