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Take a Winter Escape to Byron Bay

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 Jul 3rd 2016 7:16am


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While you sit and jig your knees under your desk to keep warm ponder the idea of a winter escape to Byron Bay. Although Byron doesn’t escape the cold season all together; it certainly is a lot warmer than some parts, plus there’s lots of great activities to warm you up.

It’s whale watching season from May to November, as Byron is the most Easterly point of Australia these magnificent creatures come in close to shore. Take to the water on a specialised whale watching guided tour for the full close up experience.

Walking to the Byron Bay Lighthouse is another favourite activity all your round for locals and visitors, as you walk the walking track enjoy the tranquillity of Arakwal National Park on one side and the stunning views of the Bay of Byron with the mountain backdrop on the other. Another great whale watching spot, if you have binoculars be sure to take them on your walk.

With plenty of quality cafes and restaurants to warm your hands with a hot drink and fill your belly with a freshly cooked meal. Byron is the place to be.

Book your Byron Bay accommodation at Byron Quarter Holiday Apartments located in central Byron, walk to cafes, restaurants, bars, shopping and the beach from your self-contained holiday apartment. With one and two bedroom apartments available, each featuring a fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities, private balcony, Free WiFi and a heated plunge pool on site. Enjoy your morning coffee at Succulent Cafe, located right at the entrance to the apartments you don't have to go far for good coffee. For rates and bookings CLICK HERE


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