Created by AussieChick06 on May 18, 2007
One of the stopovers I did when I was travelling down the East Coast of Australia was Byron Bay.
Created by Koentje3000 on February 3, 2006
Byron Bay is located right on Australia's most eastern point, Cape Byron. It's located in a nice surrounding and there's plenty of nightlife, as in most Australian beach towns.
Created by muluckylives on January 25, 2006
This journal relives the memories of my weekend trip to Byron Bay while in Australia last semester.
Created by noushi on March 2, 2005
After traveling around Melbourne and Sydney, I thought it was time to find a beach with golden sands and beautiful clear waters for some much-needed relaxation. Byron Bay fulfilled this and more and was a darn sight better than Bondi.
Created by Timone on June 14, 2002
A few days relaxing in this 1960's suurfing mecca is a must for anyone. The atmosphere of the place is unlike anywhere else on earth.
Created by spaceout on May 15, 2002
Byron Bay is about a 2 hours drive South of Gold Coast. Just the drive, I thought, was
worth it, watching the sugar cane fields and passing through small villages. When we got to Byron Bay I knew we had found a paradise.
Created by aussiemate on October 26, 2001
This was a last minute addition to our drive up the coast of Queensland because it was highly recommended by a friend. It ended up being a highlight of our trip, and one of the most relaxing places we had ever been.
Created by Mara on January 30, 2001
The year I spent down under was filled with numerous adventures in unforgetable places. But there is only one place that I returned to time and time again.
Created by Simone Heyer-Irwin on October 18, 2000
Byron Bay is on Australia's most easterly point and is home to celebrities and hippies alike.