Entertainers haven-stylish indoor & outdoor living
Live a resort lifestyle in this affordable 3-bedroom house in Suffolk Park, the quietest end of Byron Bay. One of the unique aspects of the location is the fact that there is no traffic noise but the Suffolk Park hotel, shopping centre, and beaches are very close by. It is just a short stroll to the iconic shaz and baz organic deli.
The house has a stylish indoor/outdoor and open plan living. There are three bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. It has modern conveniences and has been decorated in a coastal contemporary style. The large kitchen has a stone work bench area with direct access to one of the best covered outdoor entertaining areas. It has a gorgeous saltwater pool as well as a hot spa to soothe your body, mind and soul. The breezy Balinese hut fits perfectly into the manicured gardens.
Located at the most easterly point of Australia's mainland, Byron Bay is a combination of outstanding beaches, wonderful scenic outlooks, and lush greenery. It has an alternative vibe and relaxed atmosphere with so much more to do then just surfing or lazing in the sun. The lighthouse walk is always a good start for the day, or alternatively joining a yoga and meditation class.
There are many interesting local markets to discover and the hinterland is truly impressive. It is full of greenery, wilderness, and wildlife. Parts of this area are blanketed in lush rainforest that remains largely untouched.
Bangalow and Newrybar are two great towns outside of Byron with some interesting delis, cafes, and an award-winning restaurant. There are also many art and craft shops. The countryside is dotted with farms producing fruit, vegetables, macadamia nuts and coffee bean plantations. Near Mullumbimby is Crystal Castle, a wonderful place to relax and unwind. The cafe has some of Byron's best healthy food!
Suffolk Park's wide, streets are perfect for bike riding and for kids to play safely. A small, friendly shopping centre and tavern services local needs and most of the suburb is a flat stroll to the beach. Once you're on the sand, the houses are invisible and the beach stretches into the distance, perfect for long walks.
The golf course is not very far away and there are many more activities on offer in Byron Bay. Please ask for further details.
Byron Bay is well connected to 3 airports - Brisbane International Airport - 2 hours, Coolangatta Domestic and International Airport at the Gold Coast (45 minutes) and Ballina (30 minutes).
||View Floor Plan
|| 2-6 people
| Daily rate
|| From $490 per night
| Off Peak
|| 3 nights min
| Peak season
|| 1 week min at Easter, Christmas and School holidays
|| Sorry, no schoolies and no pets
|| 25 Bottlebrush Crescent Suffolk Park NSW 2481
Byron Bay surroundings
Byron Bay is a coastal town in the Australian state of New South Wales. It's a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving sites. Cape Byron State Conservation Park is on a headland with a lighthouse. Between June and November, humpback whales can be spotted from headland viewpoints such as the Captain Cook Lookout.
What makes Byron special is the singular vibe of the town itself. It's here that coastal surf culture flows into the hippie tide washing down from the hinterland, creating one great barefooted, alternative-lifestyle mash-up. The town centre is low-rise and relaxed, and the locals are dedicated to preserving its essential small-town soul. Its unique atmosphere has a way of converting even the most cynical with its long, balmy days, endless beaches, reliable surf breaks, fine food, raucous nightlife and ambling milieu.
Located in the heart of the Northern Rivers, Byron Bay is surrounded by quaint villages and small but bustling towns. Many of these provide a great alternative to beach activities as they are located in the picturesque hinterland and offer boutique shopping, art galleries and cafés. Many are also located in or near the National Parks and Reserves, providing ideal gateways to explore the natural attractions.
An easy drive inland from Ballina, the village of Alstonville is surrounded by macadamia plantations and lush green rolling hills. It is home to Summerland House With No Steps and Amaze 'n' Place, two family friendly visitor attractions.
Located a scenic 10 minute drive from Byron Bay, Bangalow Village in the Byron Bay hinterland is a must-do regional experience. Its chic main-street offers great boutique shopping, art galleries and cafés. Macadamia Castle is located on the Pacific Highway near Bangalow and offers a great day out for families.
Set on The Richmond River and Pacific Ocean, Ballina is a rapidly growing coastal town 25km south of Byron Bay. Famous for its fishing and seafood (home to The Big Prawn), Ballina offers an array of activities for the water lover. Ballina/Byron Gateway Airport, the closest commercial airport to Byron Bay, has daily direct flights.
This tiny yet scenic village in the Byron Shire is the gateway to Minyon Falls and Nightcap National Park. A popular location with sea-change baby boomers, this seemingly sleepy hamlet has its own invented culture, often showing 16mm movies at the local hall on Saturday evenings.
Quaint Bruswick Heads, or 'Bruns' to the locals, is a quiet seaside village of simple pleasures. This relaxed village offers many fishing spots, a great historic pub and several family friendly festivals throughout the year.
Lismore is the regional capital of the Northern Rivers and a 45 minute drive from Byron Bay. Known as the 'Rainbow Region', Lismore is the gateway to several World Heritage National Parks and many hinterland towns and villages including Nimbin. Lismore is a relaxed and vibrant university city with an abundance of live performances, festivals.
Known as the hippie capital of Australia and sister city to Woodstock in the USA, Nimbin is a small village bursting with art, culture and life. Not for the faint hearted, Nimbin is an authentic alternative village nestled in the scenic Nimbin Valley.
The village of The Channon is about an hours' drive west of Byron Bay. The Channon is famous for its colourful monthly market, held on the second Sunday of each month, as well as beautiful Protestors Falls in Nightcap National Park.
This growing seaside town, home to the beautiful Seven Mile Beach and Lake Ainsworth, is famous the world over for its amazing surf break at Lennox Point. Pat Morton Lookout on Lennox Headland is a great spot to view the surfers at the Point and whales can be easily seen in season. There is a walking track that leads east along the headland to one or two other prime whale viewing positions.
Set against the backdrop of Mt Chincogan, Mullumbimby has been home to many 'tree changers' relocating to this country town from Sydney and Melbourne. 'Mullum' is a 20 minute drive north of Byron Bay and a short drive from Crystal Castle, a worthwhile visitor attraction. Mullumbimby's historical society museum displays an interesting history of the region.
|Very comfortable, well equipped home. You can easily walk to the shops in Suffolk and it's a short drive to Byron and the plentiful, good quality shops and restaurants. We would stay again at Graeme and Gabriela's place.”
Steve, Stewkley, UK