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Byron Bay Resort Properties

Byron Bay Resort
92 Luxurious Suites

For ultimate privacy, retreat to any one of 92 luxurious, air conditioned suites. Eachsuite has been designed to capture the essence of being nestled amongst the everglades canal and rainforest.

One Bedroom Superior Suite (60 in total)
Contempory designed one bedroom suites offer galley kitchen, L-shaped daybed, plasma TV, DVD, California king bed, separate bath and shower, two enclosed balconies, movielink and personally controlled air-conditioning.

One Bedroom Deluxe Spa Suite (32 in total)
Contempory 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 and personally controlled air-conditioning. These rooms are a five minute stroll from the resort central facilities.

Meticulous planning has maximised space of the resortrooms at The Byron at Byron Resort. Sliding screens with flexible furniture arrangements provide alternate sleeping options. California king-beds ensure dreamtime really does exist. IDD and ISD telephone, clock radio, hairdryer, iron and board complete the inclusions and comfortable furniture ensures a stylish finish.

Eastern Coast, Northern New South Wales


Year Round

Australia is an all-year-round destination, but during the summer, December to February, it is hot in Western Australia, Northern Territory and Queensland. At the Great Barrier Reef, most rain falls in January and February. In northern Queensland and parts of the Northern Territory, roads may flood during the 'green' season, January to March. The ski season takes place during June to October in New South Wales, Victoria and Tasmania. Australia's seasons are the opposite of those of the Northern Hemisphere.

Spring: September-November
Summer: December-February
Fall: March-May
Winter: June-August

Stunning Rainforest With Boardwalks, Tennis, Sauna, Pool, Yoga, Golf, Surf, Kayaking, Eco-Tours, Diving & Biking.

Cafés, bistros and award winning restaurants abound. The best of local cuisine together with food from around the world can be found, all within walking distance of Byron township. The retail therapy is mind boggling, with many unique outlets, supporting the artisans and crafts people of the district. A visit to the Byron Arts and Industrial Estate is a must. The estate is an odd blend of local creative endeavour and commercial activity.

Byron offers the more adventurous spirit, tandem skydiving, horse riding along the beach, ultra-light flying, hang gliding, windsurfing, surfboard riding, kayaking with the dolphins and scenic flights. Julian Rocks, named by Captain Cook in 1776, consist of ancient igneous rock and is a popular scuba diving location. The scenery is awesome! So are the waves..

Eco-tourists can explore the stunning world heritage national parks and lush rainforest on foot, horseback or mountain bike.

Beyond Byron, some 20 minutes drive, lies the charming town of Bangalow with its historic buildings, art galleries, antique shops and gift shops, a rustic alternative to the coastal Byron township.
Local Info

Cape Byron and it's famous lighthouse is as far east as you can travel in mainland Australia. A scenic walk takes in stunning coastal views and between May and October whales can be seen frolicking in the ocean on their annual journey to and from the waters of the Antarctic. Cape Byron was named by Captain Cook in 1770 after Captain James Byron, Grandfather of poet Lord Byron.

The original inhabitants of Byron Bay called it "Cavanbah" which was the local Aborigine's name for meeting place. Today, people from all over the world come to Byron Bay to meet and enjoy the subtropical climate, the breathtaking natural beauty, and the diverse mix of visitors and residents from millionaires to mystics, surfers and alternative life-stylers.

Byron Bay has wonderful all round temperate climate, clean air, clean water, and pristine beaches. A hinterland visit takes you to beautiful, lush coastal rainforest.

Byron Bay is also a mecca for alternative health and new age spiritual practitioners. It is unpretentious, friendly, tolerant, open, fun, and very, very beautiful. The area truly offers something for everyone.
Owners & Hosts

Gerry Harvey is an entrepreneur and one of Australias best known retailers. He is a family man, breeder of thoroughbred racehorses and Chairman of the retail chain Harvey Norman Holdings Limited. In the early 60s, Gerry, with good friend Ian Norman, started the first Norman Ross store. In 1982, Gerry Harvey and Ian Norman opened the first Harvey Norman store at Auburn in Sydney. In 1987, the company floated and was the springboard for massive growth. Harvey Norman stores can now be found across Australia, New Zealand, Slovenia, Singapore and Ireland. Today, Harvey Norman stores number over 200 worldwide. Gerry has been quoted as saying: Ive never been afraid to try something new. This philosophy and entrepreneurial spirit later lead him to his first tourism venture on the far north coast of NSW. In 2002, an opportunity was presented to Gerry and Harvey Norman which was way off first base in the field he knew best. After 40 years of retail involvement, a tourism development in Byron Bay was thrust upon him. The uniqueness of the site and the potential it showed in attracting tourists to Byron Bay convinced Gerry that he and Harvey Norman should purchase the site and build 92 room resort which had been previously approved by the The Land & Environment Court. He decided to move forward and in September 2003 ground clearing commenced on the approx. 45 acre rainforest site. In addition to the accommodation, a conference centre, restaurant, pool, a superb spa, boardwalks and extensive landscaping was undertaken and constructed. The sensitive nature of the rainforest has always been in the front of Gerrys mind and as a result, less than 10% of the total land is being used. Massive re-planting is underway with predominantly native plants to maintain its original natural appearance. When Gerry first saw the land, he said its a bloody good block of land and its going to be a great resort when we finish.
Guest Reviews

"Fantastic place, wonderful staff - just a pity it's 11,000 miles from the UK, otherwise we'd be back every holiday! Many thanks."
- Greg McCormick & Imogen Dawe, UK

"We think you guys have an amazing place here. We look forward to recommending you to our friends and family."
- Simon & Sally Greenberg, Sydney

"Absolutely Fabulous!! Has an excellent week of R&R, connection, fun etc We will be back and hopefully sooner rather than later. Thank you and your staff for plenty of attention and conversation. everything was perfect."
- Julie & Stephen Britt, Melbourne

"Amazing place for our honeymoon. Everything was perfect. Can't wait to come back for our 1 year anniversary!"
- Anne & Sean Pearce, Adelaide

"We had a wonderful time. Your grounds are lovely and facilities first rate and staff terrific. Byron Bay reminds us of our hometown - Santa fe, New Mexico - except you have beautiful beaches. Thanks!"
- Nah, Kevin & Craig Schwanfelder, USA
Press & Media

The Byron at Byron Awarded for Excellence in Sustainability
After three years of operation, The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa was rewarded recently with two Awards for Excellence from the Northern Rivers Urban Design Awards - one for sustainability and another for urban design. Only three Awards for Excellence were given in total through the biannual awards.

The Byron at Byron Scoops Another Award!
The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa celebrated last night after being awarded 'Venue of the Year&' by Gold Coast Magazine in their annual Restaurant Awards. The awards are traditionally a people's choice award however the 'Venue of the Year' award was a special Publishers Choice awarded by Jeni Purdy, publisher and managing director of The Gold Coast Magazine.

Byron Bay Resort Voted Among World's Best
Byron Bay's newest resort, The Byron at Byron Resort, Spa and Conference Centre has been voted as one of the hottest resorts in the world by renowned publication Conde Nast Traveller.

Byron Resort Recognized as Best New Tourism Development
The Byron at Byron Resort, Spa and Conference Centre has been honoured as the Best New Tourism Development in the 2005 Northern Rivers Regional Tourism Awards announced at a ceremony in Lismore last night.

Revive your senses at The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa. Stroll along the boardwalks in the stunning natural rainforest. Reconnect with nature as you enjoy sunrise over Tallow Beach. Restore your energy sampling the freshest in local cuisine. Revitalise yourself.
With its stylish design and architecture, the multi award winning Byron at Byron Resort and Spa is inspired by its pristine surroundings. Set within a stunning subtropical rainforest The Byron at Byron Resort provides an idyllic escape in a relaxed atmosphere whilst offering all the special touches you would expect. Relax on the wide open verandahs and admire the magnificent and unique rainforest canopy while enjoying exceptional service, great food and wine, all with a smile. Byron Bay is situated on the east coast of Australia, in Northern New South Wales, just two hours south of Brisbane and one hour south of Queenslands Gold Coast Airport. Set within a stunning 45-acre lush rainforest, The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa is designed to stir the senses. Only five minutes south of the Byron Bay Township and moments from Tallow Beach and the Byron Bay Golf Club, the resort offers a beautiful Byron Bay experience. Facilities include tennis court, 25m infinity pool, fully equipped gymnasium, poolside sauna and luxurious day spa. The magnificent main building represents the heart of the resort with its bi-fold doors opening onto six metre wide verandahs, overlooking the spectacular rainforest canopy, allowing guest to relax and enjoy the stunning outdoor surrounds.

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