The Aquarius Backpackers Motel is located on Lawson Street, in the centre of Byron Bay,
just 1 block from Byron's Main Beach.
The closest backpacker accommodation to the beach, the Backpackers Inn is just a short
stroll to shops, pubs, entertainment and Byron's amazing selection of places to eat.
Split level architect designed house and studio containing polished timber floors,
spacious dining and living areas and open fireplace. Sleeps up to seven people. $350/night
for a minimum stay of two nights. Discounts for weekly rental.
The quaint coastal working class town that was once the laid back, out of the way, secret
destination for surfers and eco lifestylers is now a figment of rumour and memory --
Welcome to Byron Bay's community directory.
Byron Bay Guest
The Byron Bay Guest House combines a unique blend of Balinese style living with federation
style charm. Situated at the top end of Kingsley Street, a short walk to Clarks Beach.
From $100 double/night, based on two nights stay.
Bed and Breakfast Guide:
Browse through this comprehensive listing of guest houses, bed and breakfasts, homestays,
and accommodation alternatives in and around Byron Bay.
An eco adventure based activity that promotes an educational study of dolphins in Byron
Bay while having a fantastic time. For $40 per person it may be the best experience you
will have in Byron Bay.
Eagle Farm Holiday Chalets:
Situated just ten minutes drive north of Byron Bay, these Thai inspired units offer
stylish accommodation amid 75 hectares of farmland; with breathtaking views across nature
reserves to the sea. Eagle Farm also features a private 9 hole golf course and 5km of
private forest walks and riding tracks.
Byron Bay holiday apartments available as well as longer leases and property for sale.
Guide to Byron Bay:
A comprehensive, user friendly guide to Byron Bay. Includes regional information,
accommodation, maps, photo gallery, activities, and lists many of Byron Bay's businesses
and community groups.
Royal Oaks Guest House:
In a cool and peaceful forest on the outskirts of Byron Bay, Royal Oaks Guest House is
tranquil retreat set in 5 acres of remnant coastal Rainforest and about 300 metres
(through a forest walk) from the white sand beaches and clear waters of the Pacific Ocean.
The Byron Bay Echo:
The Echo is the area's free community newspaper. It was founded in 1986 by local residents
and remains the independent voice and platform for those who love this region.