An architecturally inventive transformation has successfully combined classic c.1920 details with high-end modern finishes and an abundance of space. Filled...
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- 2 Bedrooms
- Sleeps 4
- 2 baths
About our home
The townhouse is in a quiet complex next to a championship golf course which has bowling greens, restaurant, bar and much more.It is 5 minutes walk to the beach, 15 minutes to Byron Bay and only 30 minutes from Ballina and Gold Coast airport. Swimming pool in complex. Walking distance to shopping center with a wide variety of specialised shops. There is a wide variety of options for things to do to immerse yourself in Byron Bay - tours and activities on offer. Things such as a learn to surf lesson, skydiving, microlighting or hang-gliding, kayaking with the dolphins, tours of the region, horse riding, golf, fishing, circus or art workshops or visiting one of the many attractions. There are also lots of things to keep the children amused! Some ideas of things to do on rainy days! You may like to explore the surrounding areas - the National Parks, coastal and hinterland villages, or attractions in the area.
- Main home
- No pets
Where is it?
- Buzzy restaurants
- Rice, Sticky Fingers, White Jade, Lilianas
- Cool bars
- The Balcony Byron Bay
- Cozy cafés
- Yum Yum Cafe, The Footbridge
- Retail therapy
- Tweed Heads half an hours drive
- Bit of culture
- Tweed Art Gallery
- Walks in the park
- Walks on the unspoilt beach for miles
- Spot of exercise
- Gym, cycling, surfing swimming
- Day tripping
- Natural Arch, Byron Bay Lighthouse, Crystal castle
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