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Byron Bay Luxury Homes’s guidebook

Byron Bay Luxury Homes
Byron Bay Luxury Homes
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Byron Bay Luxury Homes

Byron Bay Luxury Homes’s guidebook

Eat & Drink
Global cuisine, wood- fired pizzas and live music in a bohemian restaurant and bar amongst the palm trees.
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Treehouse on Belongil
25 Childe St
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Global cuisine, wood- fired pizzas and live music in a bohemian restaurant and bar amongst the palm trees.
it's a place for lovers of real food in a relaxed beautiful setting, where service is king. Like it's award-winning sister cafe in Bronte, the ducks is all about having good fun with honest food that's sourced sustainably.
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The Farm Byron Bay
11 Ewingsdale Rd
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it's a place for lovers of real food in a relaxed beautiful setting, where service is king. Like it's award-winning sister cafe in Bronte, the ducks is all about having good fun with honest food that's sourced sustainably.
Plating up modern Spanish tapas dishes and share plates inspires by fresh and flavoursome ingredients. The innovative menu is designed to be shared with great company in a relaxed and intimate environment. Also pouring over 15 wines by the glass from a global list of over 100 botles of wine, all carefully handpicked to compliment the flavours of the food.
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St. Elmo Dining Room & Bar
22 Fletcher St
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Plating up modern Spanish tapas dishes and share plates inspires by fresh and flavoursome ingredients. The innovative menu is designed to be shared with great company in a relaxed and intimate environment. Also pouring over 15 wines by the glass from a global list of over 100 botles of wine, all carefully handpicked to compliment the flavours of the food.
Get ready for a night of magical food and wine at Supernatural Cellars, Byron Bay's first wine bar. Located behind the Beach Hotel, this bar is the perfect blend of intimate and chic without being pretentious, making it a great location for your next evening out.
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Supernatural Wine Cellars
9 Bay Ln
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Get ready for a night of magical food and wine at Supernatural Cellars, Byron Bay's first wine bar. Located behind the Beach Hotel, this bar is the perfect blend of intimate and chic without being pretentious, making it a great location for your next evening out.
Launched at the start of November, Bang Bang is an epic new dig in Byron Bay. Its Melbourne chefs pay homage to the delightfully sumptuous cuisine of southeast Asia in unique old-world surroundings. From sashimi to satay to sticky braised beef ribs, this place is sure to tickle your tastebuds.
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Bang Bang Byron Bay
1 Byron St
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Launched at the start of November, Bang Bang is an epic new dig in Byron Bay. Its Melbourne chefs pay homage to the delightfully sumptuous cuisine of southeast Asia in unique old-world surroundings. From sashimi to satay to sticky braised beef ribs, this place is sure to tickle your tastebuds.
A short ride from Byron Bay, Harvest Restaurant, Bakery adn Deli offers country charm and fresh seasonal organis food sourced from local artisan producers and Harvest's own gardens
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Harvest Newrybar
18-22 Old Pacific Hwy
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A short ride from Byron Bay, Harvest Restaurant, Bakery adn Deli offers country charm and fresh seasonal organis food sourced from local artisan producers and Harvest's own gardens
Sip on a mezcal-based mule with kombucha or homemade tepache, traditional fermented pineapple concoction, at this Latin American-inspired bar and eatery. Brought to Byron from Three Blue Ducks (the crew behind The Farm and a handful of other venues), Locura continues its tradition of sustainable and ethical hospitality. Nibble wise, bring friends so you can share the enticing tapas-style dishes. Packed with flavour, experimental and punchy, Locura’s food and drink repertoire will knock your socks off
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Locura
6 Lawson St
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Sip on a mezcal-based mule with kombucha or homemade tepache, traditional fermented pineapple concoction, at this Latin American-inspired bar and eatery. Brought to Byron from Three Blue Ducks (the crew behind The Farm and a handful of other venues), Locura continues its tradition of sustainable and ethical hospitality. Nibble wise, bring friends so you can share the enticing tapas-style dishes. Packed with flavour, experimental and punchy, Locura’s food and drink repertoire will knock your socks off
For authentic Italian food in a laid-back, yet stylish space, check out Byron’s latest wine bar. With exceptional Italian and Australian wines, and inventive cocktails, Di Vino is the perfect space to unwind. When your tummy starts to rumble, it’s time to savour a mouthwatering antipasti. For the mains, try out the wild boar ragu with pappardelle (punters rave about it), topped with a heavenly coffee mousse and hazelnut praline.
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Di Vino
2 Fletcher St
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For authentic Italian food in a laid-back, yet stylish space, check out Byron’s latest wine bar. With exceptional Italian and Australian wines, and inventive cocktails, Di Vino is the perfect space to unwind. When your tummy starts to rumble, it’s time to savour a mouthwatering antipasti. For the mains, try out the wild boar ragu with pappardelle (punters rave about it), topped with a heavenly coffee mousse and hazelnut praline.
The corks were popped at this vibey retro-style Vietnamese restaurant and cocktail bar a few moons ago, but the novelty of a night out here hasn’t waned a bit. According to its marketing machine, “Think – Hanoi in the ’50s, add a splash of pink (in several shades), lots of roses, hanging plants, delicious street food and amazing cocktails all paired to a killer soundtrack…and you’re halfway there”. Cute! Where else in Byron Bay can you dig into delicious five spice roasted duck pancakes, coconut sago and a spiked kombucha cocktail all in one place?
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Light Years - Byron Bay
17 Lawson St
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The corks were popped at this vibey retro-style Vietnamese restaurant and cocktail bar a few moons ago, but the novelty of a night out here hasn’t waned a bit. According to its marketing machine, “Think – Hanoi in the ’50s, add a splash of pink (in several shades), lots of roses, hanging plants, delicious street food and amazing cocktails all paired to a killer soundtrack…and you’re halfway there”. Cute! Where else in Byron Bay can you dig into delicious five spice roasted duck pancakes, coconut sago and a spiked kombucha cocktail all in one place?
The Industrial Estate is packed with hidden gems, and presents a great getaway from Byron’s bustling summer crowds. It’s also right down the road from Elements of Byron. Barrio, which means “neighbourhood” in Spanish, is a feel-good spot in the shopping precinct known as Habitat. Head chef Franscisco Smoje’s Argentinian origins are peppered through the menu, with items like chimichurri, empanadas (a classic snack) and piri piri charcoal chicken making an appearance. The vegetarian menu won’t disappoint either (think wood-fired broccoli with labne)
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Barrio
1 Porter Street
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The Industrial Estate is packed with hidden gems, and presents a great getaway from Byron’s bustling summer crowds. It’s also right down the road from Elements of Byron. Barrio, which means “neighbourhood” in Spanish, is a feel-good spot in the shopping precinct known as Habitat. Head chef Franscisco Smoje’s Argentinian origins are peppered through the menu, with items like chimichurri, empanadas (a classic snack) and piri piri charcoal chicken making an appearance. The vegetarian menu won’t disappoint either (think wood-fired broccoli with labne)
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A unique lifestyle store that offers an eclectic fusion of raw and bohemian-inspired fashion and interiors sourced and inspired by culturally-rich, international locations and the beautiful east coast of Byron Bay Australia
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Hope & May Byron
20 Fletcher St
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A unique lifestyle store that offers an eclectic fusion of raw and bohemian-inspired fashion and interiors sourced and inspired by culturally-rich, international locations and the beautiful east coast of Byron Bay Australia
Island Luxe was established Dec 2007 after 8 yeasr on the conceptual phase travelling the world for inspiration and sourcing the most unique and quality products from their favourite designer fashion brands to artisanal handcrafted pieces
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Island Luxe Tribe
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Island Luxe was established Dec 2007 after 8 yeasr on the conceptual phase travelling the world for inspiration and sourcing the most unique and quality products from their favourite designer fashion brands to artisanal handcrafted pieces
Spell and the Gypsy Collective is a modern- bohemian fashion brand inspired by far off places, vintage treasures and childhood memories. The label is known worldwide for it's Gypsy-inspired creations that nod to eras gone by, and it's story began with two sisters, Isabella and Elizabeth , who made things together as children in a house filled with artistic creativity.
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Spell Boutique
15 Browning St
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Spell and the Gypsy Collective is a modern- bohemian fashion brand inspired by far off places, vintage treasures and childhood memories. The label is known worldwide for it's Gypsy-inspired creations that nod to eras gone by, and it's story began with two sisters, Isabella and Elizabeth , who made things together as children in a house filled with artistic creativity.
Pampa is a grassroots business, focused on selling the handwoven artisanal rugs, throws and cushions of Argentinian ethnic communities, for a fair price, along with the couple’s range of fine photography prints. ‘Pampa’ means fertile lowlands between mountains in Quechua (a South American indigenous language). Within these lowlands is the ‘La Pampa’ province, where Victoria spent much of her childhood riding horses bareback at her grandparents’ farm.
Pampa
12 Centennial Circuit
Pampa is a grassroots business, focused on selling the handwoven artisanal rugs, throws and cushions of Argentinian ethnic communities, for a fair price, along with the couple’s range of fine photography prints. ‘Pampa’ means fertile lowlands between mountains in Quechua (a South American indigenous language). Within these lowlands is the ‘La Pampa’ province, where Victoria spent much of her childhood riding horses bareback at her grandparents’ farm.
Byron Bay's Marr-Kett brings you an eclectic collection of worldly treasures
MARR-KETT
25 Fletcher St
Byron Bay's Marr-Kett brings you an eclectic collection of worldly treasures
Meaning ’my home’ in the Berber dialect, Tigmi Trading sources and curates timeless, artisan made rugs, textiles, objects, lighting and art from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco to the Black Sea and far flung places in between.
Tigmi Trading
19 Old Pacific Hwy
Meaning ’my home’ in the Berber dialect, Tigmi Trading sources and curates timeless, artisan made rugs, textiles, objects, lighting and art from the Atlas Mountains in Morocco to the Black Sea and far flung places in between.
Craig Parry is a multi award winning oceanic and nature photographer of international acclaim, based in Byron Bay, Australia. Growing up in Byron Bay along the coastline of Northern NSW, Australia, it was his parent’s gift of a disposable water proof camera at five years old that set him on the path to his passion. While most kids his age were reading comics, Craig was immersing himself in early editions of National Geographic and when he turned 13 years old he spent all his savings on a 35mm SLR – a move that ultimately set the course for Craig’s future. Entirely self-taught, Craig worked hard at his craft before making a life-changing decision and becoming a full-time professional photographer in 2004 – a defining moment in Craig’s life.
Craig Parry Photography
8 Fletcher St
Craig Parry is a multi award winning oceanic and nature photographer of international acclaim, based in Byron Bay, Australia. Growing up in Byron Bay along the coastline of Northern NSW, Australia, it was his parent’s gift of a disposable water proof camera at five years old that set him on the path to his passion. While most kids his age were reading comics, Craig was immersing himself in early editions of National Geographic and when he turned 13 years old he spent all his savings on a 35mm SLR – a move that ultimately set the course for Craig’s future. Entirely self-taught, Craig worked hard at his craft before making a life-changing decision and becoming a full-time professional photographer in 2004 – a defining moment in Craig’s life.
Discover Jai Vasicek and his ever evolving artworks. A mixture of abstract works, naive tribal women, colourful patterns & colour palettes, hand painted ceramics
JAI
3 Marvell St
Discover Jai Vasicek and his ever evolving artworks. A mixture of abstract works, naive tribal women, colourful patterns & colour palettes, hand painted ceramics