Take a Look at Byron’s Latest Luxury Destination to Escape the Winter Chill

Get your ‘North Beach Passport’ and explore the region.

By Terry Christodoulou 27/05/2019

The once well-kept local secret of North Beach Byron Bay is now an oasis for innovative design, local boutiques, epicurean delights and world-class luxury – quickly becoming one of Australia’s must visit destinations.

Elements of Byron, positioned beachside on north Byron Bay’s iconic Belongil Beach, offers a tranquil haven on the outskirts of Byron town that extends across 20 hectares of luscious rainforest and tea tree creeks, lakes and ponds.

From the June 1 until August 31, the resort is teaming up with local hub Habitat Byron creating a unique ‘Winter Stay’ offering. The luxury beachfront resort boasts 193 villas dotted throughout 20 hectares of natural bush and rainforest and features an 850,000-litre infinity lagoon pool as well as the secluded adult’s pool – heated to perfection for the winter months.

The village precinct, Habitat, brings an element of new luxury to North Byron, inspiring people to disconnect from the digital devices and meet like-minded individuals. The precinct features the renowned Barrio Eatery and Bar, Bence barre and yoga studio, and a number of health and wellness, fashion, and homewares store to peruse.

Guests booking the winter stay will receive an exclusive “North Beach Passport”, with offers on a collection of activities and retailers in the area including Zephyr Horses, The Beach People, Children of the Tribe and Tigmi trading collaborating to tie the community and the resort together.

As a part of the resort’s eco-friendly ethos, Elements of Byron incorporates sustainability into its architecture through design that minimises energy and water consumption. The efforts of which were recognised by the Australian Institute of Architects, awarding the resort with the Sustainability Award in 2017.

The winter stay is minimum three nights with rooms starting at $304 per night.

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