Eastern Point

Over the winter uni break I travelled nine hours north of Sydney to the eastern most point of Australia – Byron Bay. I think this town is a beautiful example of what Australia is about. It is relaxed, slow going, surrounded by nature as well as wallabies, whales and wide cliff faces. Alongside the diverse range of cafes and restaurants in the town, you can kayak with dolphins, surf, walk up to lighthouse, ride bikes and have bon fires on the beach.


It is a popular spot in the summertime for many city consumed people. It is a place where you can really unwind and open yourself to the possibilities of relaxation and days where you have time to watch the sunrise and sunset.

Here are some of my snaps from my weekend away in Byron Bay (and a few cheeky ones from not so far away Queensland!) Don’t be afraid to drop a line if you are planning on visiting sometime!

IMG_9635Sunset bike rides on the tracks



IMG_9610Happiness in Byron

IMG_9639Three scoops please

IMG_9642The most delightful porridge

IMG_9649The walk up to Cape Byron

IMG_9653Nothing but nature here

IMG_9655Panorama walking up to the Lighthouse

IMG_9717Sunset in the Alley

IMG_9682Warm winter waters



And this is where we stayed whilst in Byron, in a turquoise shack!

Love xx

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