Beautiful Byron Bay
Tooraloo is just minutes from the beautiful coastal town of Byron Bay in the verdant Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia.
Once a sleepy beachside village, Byron Bay is now a sought-after holiday destination, getaway for the stars, and vibrant hub of dining, bars, arts and entertainment – but has proudly maintained its relaxed feel.
Things to do:
When you stay at Tooraloo, your options are endless. We’re just a short drive from popular destinations and activities in the area including:
- Surfing, swimming and relaxing at famous beaches like Watego, Tallow, Clarkes and Belongil
- Cape Byron Lighthouse
- The Farm at Byron Bay
- Cape Byron Distillery
- Stone & Wood and Byron Bay Brewing Co breweries
- Live music at the Beach Hotel or Rails
- Vibrant cafes and fashion boutiques
- Bangalow Markets
- The Crystal Castle
- Sunset horseriding
- Art galleries (including The Concetta Antico Gallery)
Sitting just off the M1 highway and in easy distance from several major airports, getting to Byron Bay (and Tooraloo) is easy.
By air: Byron Bay’s nearest airport is the small Ballina-Byron Gateway airport (BNK), 30 minutes drive away. It has several flights to and from most major cities on the East Coast of Australia. The nearest major international airport is Brisbane (BNE).
By car: Byron Bay is about a 2 hours drive from Brisbane, 8 hours from Sydney and less than one hour from the Gold Coast.
By bus: Several coach services arrive in Byron Bay daily, such as Greyhound, Premier, Brisbane2Byron and more. Byron Bay Transit Centre can assist.
We acknowledge and give our respect to the local Arakwal people of the Bundjalung Nation, whosse name for the area is Cavvanbah, meaning “meeting place.” Lieutenant James Cook named Cape Byron after Royal Navy officer John Byron, circumnavigator of the world and grandfather of the poet Lord Byron.