There are 3 bedrooms 5 beds, 2 bathrooms. Relax outside either in the backyard under the large poinciana tree, on the large lounge setting or on the deck in the front yard and watch the sunset. Keep an eye out for our resident koalas There is plenty of room inside for family dinners, a large lounge room and playroom for the children. The house is located in a quiet neighbourhood, overlooking farmland.
Clean fresh linen and towels will be provided at no extra charge.
Just a 15 minute drive from Australia’s most easterly point, Byron Bay and a number of other stunning quiet beaches you arrive in Bangalow, Byron’s grown up sister. This village ooze’s a cosmopolitan vibe with restaurants, cafes, art galleries, antique, retro shops and some of the most gorgeous home wares and clothing stores in the region.
The Northern Rivers of NSW is home to a culture steeped in rural traditions, with country towns and villages nestled in the lush green hills and valleys formed from ancient volcanoes. With Nimbin to the west and Byron Bay to the east Bangalow is in the centre of the counter culture. The village is an historical treasure.
Bangalow is also renowned for its picturesque countryside and agricultural pursuits. The surrounding green, rolling hills are a patchwork of fruit trees, macadamia orchards, coffee plantations, dairy cattle and other agricultural activities. Many specific events happen in Bangalow throughout the year and it is quickly gaining a reputation as a centre for music and cultural development. Bangalow has a strong yet diverse community spirit and has one of the largest populations of families in the Shire
Located at the top end of the village behind the Hotel, every Saturday morning, the Farmers of the region bring their produce to sell to the local and visitors’ between 7am to 11am. A must to stroll through and if you don’t stock up on produce at the least take home some macadamia paste or local coffee.
The Bangalow markets on the 4th Sunday of every month are a gathering of locals, a get-together of; artists, artisans, bakers, therapists, farmers and friends which attract visitors from afar to enjoy the relaxed day.
Part of the continuing success of the market is the beautiful grounds the markets are held in, which are dominated by eleven huge camphor laurel trees which provide welcome shade and rustling leaves and a magic forest atmosphere.