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The Byron Bay General Store

Recommandé par 26 habitants · Prix estimé 1 sur 4 ·

Conseils des habitants

January 29, 2020
Really nice food and atmosphere. Great for breakfast and lunches!
November 24, 2019
A short walk or cycle on the way into Byron town
November 7, 2019
Great coffee smoothies / lunch and breakfast
November 6, 2019
A stones throw from your room. Great coffee, delicious healthy brekkies and you might just spot a Hemsworth!
October 10, 2019
Food is on point. This cafe is environmentally conscious and always has a great buzz Always busy

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“Great cafe by day and restaurant and cocktails by night at the end of our street ”
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Clothing Store
“Spell needs absolutely introduction - stylish boho clothes that every girl NEEDS! Spell & The Gypsy Collective, a loved and internationally recognised local brand, has come along way since its humble beginnings. The founders of Spell, sisters Isabella (nicknamed Spell) and Elizabeth, began selling handmade jewellery and clothing at the Byron Bay markets. From there, the bohemian brand gained traction and took off. Spell is a mandatory retail therapy hotspot.”
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“Quirky fine dining restaurant and bar in the heart of Byron. They also have delicious cocktails!”
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Point of Interest
“It's one of the most recognisable images in surfing: the poster for the classic 1972 movie Morning of the Earth. The surfer on the left, standing ready to enter the waves at Uluwatu in Bali, is Rusty Miller. Born and raised in California, he settled in Byron in the 1970's. Book a surf session with Rusty or his daughter Tyler. They hold an exclusive license for teaching ‘one-on-ones’ at Watego’s Beach and also at the iconic surfing beach The Pass. Each lesson is 1.5 – 2 hours in duration. For further information and bookings call Rusty on +61 (02) 6685 5776 ”
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26 Bangalow Rd
Byron Bay, NSW 2481
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