For years Byron Bay has clung to its bohemian credentials, despite being one of the most-visited holiday destinations in Australia. It’s easy to understand its enduring popularity: Byron has stunning beaches, near-perfect weather and exciting, diverse eating scene.

No matter your plans, there’s never been a better – or more varied – crop of accommodation options. From rejuvenating retreats in the hinterlands to a beachside apartment designed by a beloved local fashion label, there’s a place in here for you.

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Raes on Wategos

Accommodation

A boutique resort, spa and restaurant in a striking white villa that overlooks its namesake beach.

6 - 8 Marine Parade, Byron Bay

Elements of Byron

Accommodation

This is one of Byron's quintessential resorts, and we can see why. Between the luxurious villas, bars, cocktail caravans and – not to mention – the swim-up bar in the adults-only pool, Elements will provide the escape you need.

144 Bayshore Drive, Byron Bay

The Bower

Accommodation

What was once a lo-fi motel is now a chic, modern retreat filled with well-appointed rooms, apartments and cottages. The design skillfully combines the space’s heritage features with contemporary touches.

28 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay

The Byron at Byron Resort & Spa

Accommodation

Take some time for self-care at this beautiful northern-New South Wales resort.

77-97 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay

The Sunseeker

Accommodation

An ’80s motel that's been given a mid century Cali refurb. The only choice you have to make is this: room or standalone bungalow? Then comes the relaxing part: laze beside the kidney-shaped pool and order a drink from the Tiki-meets-brutalist bar.

100 Bangalow Road, Byron Bay

Soma Byron Bay

Accommodation

Book in for a multi-day retreat to experience meditation, yoga, coaching and stunning rainforest views.

221 Kennedy Lane, Ewingsdale

The Surf House

Accommodation

A budget-friendly hotel in Byron Bay's heritage-listed former council chambers. It has all the style and luxury of a boutique hotel, but with the communal spaces (including shared kitchen and laundry facilities) you’d find in a hostel. Plus, it’s home to Byron’s only open-air rooftop bar.

23 Lawson Street, Byron Bay

The Camp

Accommodation

This luxe canvas bell-tent is fitted with a queen-sized bed and a solar-powered hot shower. And it's just a 30-minute drive from Byron Bay.

Yelgun Road, Yelgun

The Eltham Hotel

Bar

This historic Northern Rivers pub – which opened in 1903 – has been lovingly restored to its original condition. Upstairs, each of the comfortable and quaint rooms have their own theme. Downstairs is all about beers, live music and pub gold standards such as schnitzels and smoked whipped fish fingers.

441 Eltham Road, Eltham
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Apartamento

Accommodation

This chic retreat is just two minutes from the closest beach. But it’s so beautiful, you’ll probably just want to stay in.

4 Acacia Street, Byron Bay

Blackbird Byron

Accommodation

A boutique adults-only hotel in the Byron Bay hinterland combining brutalist design with high-end hospitality. Stay in one of three striking villas and make the most of luxe features including an infrared sauna and magnesium infinity pool.

210 Frasers Road, Mullumbimby Creek

Paddock Hall

Accommodation

A hand-built timber cabin on a converted macadamia farm in northern New South Wales’s stunning hinterland. It blends European-inspired architecture and vintage mid-century design with an appropriately bohemian Byron Bay aesthetic.

, Tintenbar

Rosalita's Rest

Accommodation

Two cabins surrounded by forests and creeks on a biodynamic farm in the Byron Bay hinterland. Bathe beneath the stars in your own outdoor bathtub and eat produce from the farm’s edible garden.

156 The Pocket Road, Billinudgel

The Brunswick

Accommodation

A coastal motel reimagined for the oyster-eating, Negroni-drinking traveller. It’s a two-minute walk from the riverbanks, beaches and bars of Brunswick Heads.

2-6 Old Pacific Highway, Brunswick Heads