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The Bower is set in Byron Bay and offers sophisticated and luxurious accommodations. It features a heated circular pool, surrounded by lush tropical gardens and free WiFi throughout the property. Cath was great, she's a great asset to the business and was incredibly friendly and helpful...
Victoria's At Wategos offers accommodations with views over the garden, outdoor pool or Cape Byron Lighthouse. Providing surfing amenities, it is just 328 feet from Watego Beach in Byron Bay. The room was perfect. The position next to the pool. The sweets baked on the premises daily.
Located just 197 feet from Main Beach, Waves Byron Bay offers spacious suites and luxurious rooftop penthouses. Guests have free use of beach chairs, beach towels and boogie boards. The central location was great! Beach was just around the corner, and city area with cafes,...
Only a short walk from the main beach and town center, The Lord Byron features an outdoor swimming pool and a full size tennis court. Guests can borrow a free bike or relax in the outdoor hot tub. Super nice staff! We have a perfect stay! Excelent location
This is the most easterly point of Australia. Watching either sunrise and/or sunset from here is just magical, and you might be able to spot dolphins and whales. It is a beautiful walk up here. Very very limited parking so best do walk up, and around sunrise and sunset it gets super busy.
You'll need a parking game-plan if you're coming in peak season! We were able to park well away and take the full Cape Byron walking track around but it is a challenging walk in some places and you need to be sure you can get back before your parking expires!
Such a beautiful place but something needs to be done to enable people to see it without vehicle congestion or simply not being able to see it because of congestion/no parking. Shuttle bus service to visit and to make it a vehicle free destination maybe?
This is definitely the place I liked the most in Byron Bay. We went for an early walk. Parking was convenient and we walk all the way to the Lighthouse, and then we took different trails where we were able to be amused by beautiful landscapes surrounded by short plants in an environment of tranquility. Took several pictures!
Most easterly point in Australia afforded us with the spectacular spectacle of migrating humpback whales extrodinarily close to the shore. Not to mention the huge pods of dolphins frolicking. Definitely worth the climb to the top!
Walk from the bottom as there is no car parks to then walk up the small roads, one way up the top and you have to be very lucky to grab a park. Pretty steep car parking fees all around Byron, non friendly