The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa

Description

The Byron at Byron is a resort with a real sense of serenity and a proper commitment to environment. It’s set within a 45-acre rainforest, benefitting from all the natural harmonies that a rich eco-system provides – a languid place of rich timbers, wide verandahs, oversized cane lounges, lush gardens and slow turning fans. A natural soundtrack comes courtesy the local birdlife and raucous night-time amphibians…
Stroll along the boardwalks through the sub tropical rainforest to Tallow Beach, perfect for a morning walk while the sun rises over the Pacific Ocean. Relax by the 25m infinity pool or poolside sauna, or indulge in the luxurious Spa and Wellness Centre. Guests can also take to the tennis courts, the nearby golf course or work out in the fully-equipped gymnasium.
The resort is only five minutes south of bubbling Byron Bay, Australia’s most famous centre of ‘alternative energies’, a place alive with restaurants, shopping and beachside bohemia.
In the evening, the Byron at Byron restaurant sets new standards in contemporary alfresco dining, offering imaginative dishes made from fresh local produce.

Upon entering the resort I’m greeted by a gigantic vase of lilies, sophisticated and contemporary Thai-style resort decor and the friendliest staff you’ll ever meet at a 5-star resort… An eco-Mecca.

G Magazine (Australia)

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Location: Byron Bay

Byron Bay was made famous in the 1970s when hippies travelled to the region for the Aquarius Festival. Many stayed, seduced by its stunning beaches, surrounding rainforest and hinterland.
Today, the Byron Bay area is home to some of the most expensive coastal real estate in the country. The town however retains its bohemian charm and colour, drawing people from all walks of life to enjoy its beachside verve. Byron is a hub of activities, offering terrific shopping, café life, bars and restaurants. It’s also the place where you can go ballooning, hang gliding, surfing, whale watching, scuba diving, snorkelling or discover natural world heritage on a a wildlife and National Park tour.

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Activities

Complimentary Resort facilities include:
25 metre infinity pool
Poolside sauna
Synthetic grass tennis court
Fully equipped gymnasium
Alfresco dining
Poolside dining
Mini library and games

Rainforest boardwalks
10 min stroll to Tallow Beach

Free shuttle into Byron Bay (twice daily)

Complimentary Yoga session 8am daily

For additional costs:
Luxurious Day Spa and Wellness Centre: boasts six luxurious treatment rooms, relaxation area, Vichy shower, Lithos hot stone massage, body wraps, serenity facials, relaxing music, herbal teas, hydrotherapy treatments and specialised spa therapies.
Byron Bay Golf Course is 10 minutes away; discounts are available for guests.
Bike hire.

Other activities can be arranged such as:
Learn to surf
Tennis lessons or hit with a pro
Hang gliding
Ocean kayaking with dolphins
Ocean Diving at Julian Rocks
Mountain bike tours — discover the magic of Byron Shire’s Hinterland World Heritage Listed Rainforests
Whale watching boat tours (May-October)
Lighthouse walk & tour
Scenic Flights over Byron and to Mt. Warning
Skydiving Byron Bay, Australia’s highest skydive
Hot air ballooning over Byron Bay and hinterland
Personal trainer workout session
Eco tours
Tarot card readings

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Seasonal considerations

Byron Bay is suitable for travel all year. Rates reflect seasonal fluctuations, with peak season being Christmas and New Year.Back to top


Dining

The Restaurant at The Byron at Byron is passionate about showcasing the region’s fresh local produce. Menus change each season to reflect the diverse offerings while daily specials celebrate the chef’s pick of the day.
Open plan dining areas take advantage of the breathtaking rainforest backdrop. Verandahs with over sized lounges are perfect for afternoon cocktails, tapas-style dining or just lazing around watching the world pass you by. The extensive wine and cocktail list provides enthusiasts with a magnificent selection to complement their dining experience.

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Suitable/best for

Couples
Honeymooners
Small Groups
Families
Solo Traveller

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Individual room description

One Bedroom Superior Suite (60 suites)
Contemporary designed one bedroom suites offer galley kitchen, L-shaped daybed, plasma TV, DVD,
California king bed, separate bath and shower, two enclosed balconies, movielink, Austar and personally
controlled air-conditioning. These suites are located close to the resort central facilities. All suites have
rainforest outlook and are all 65 square metres.

One Bedroom Deluxe Spa Suite (32 suites)
Contemporary designed one bedroom suites offer galley kitchen, sofa lounge, plasma TV, DVD, extra
LCD screen TV, California king bed, spa bath, separate shower, two enclosed balconies, movielink,
Austar and personally controlled air-conditioning. These suites are located a 5 minute stroll from
reception and a 5 minute stroll to Tallow Beach. All suites have rainforest outlook and are all 65 square metres.

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Access

Nearest major city/town
Town – Byron Bay
Major City – Brisbane

Air access
Scheduled or jet flight to Gold Coast or Ballina Airport. Connect by vehicle or helicopter transfer to The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa.

Road access
The Byron at Byron Resort is located approximately 2.5 hours drive south of Brisbane, 50 minutes drive south from the Gold Coast or 25 minutes north from Ballina Airport.

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