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Lord Byron Resort, Byron Bay

Right in the heart of Byron Bay, guests at the Lord Byron Resort can relax and
enjoy the modern and air-conditioned comfort of this quiet tropical paradise.
Guests can take advantage of the extensive leisure facilities at the Resort
while being just a short stroll to the Main Beach and shops. Treat yourself to
a Sauna and Spa in privacy or have work out in the mini-gym.

The Bay Restaurant offers a relaxed atmosphere with unobtrusive personal
service. Enjoy the spectacular night view of our fairy lit paradise while
savouring fine cuisine based on local produce.

The most easterly point in Australia, Byron Bay boasts some of the best
surfing beaches in the world. A warm subtropical climate with a relaxed
pace to match allowing for any number of outdoor activities including
wind surfing, hang gliding, diving and snorkelling in the beautiful marine
sanctuary of Julian Rocks, sailing, horse riding, white water rafting, golf
and bowls to name a few.


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