Byron Hinterland Views is a custard apple orchard on 5 beautiful acres with amazing views. Close to Bangalow & the beautiful Byron beaches. 4 King & Bunk Bedrooms for up to 12 guests including starter breakfast provisions for your first morning
Hinterland Views is very spacious, private oasis, great for large groups, extended families or couples with a large homestead and self-contained separate cottage that is included in your stay.
The property is very private and off the main roads, so there's nothing to hear but the birds ohh and our good looking chickens. We also have peacocks that roam the property to keep you entertained.
There are many koalas, wallabies, possums and a variety of native birds that have made their home here. Look out for the wallabies early in the morning and in late afternoon and take in the magnificent views of the Nashua Valley.
All sheets, pillows and covers are provided, linen is luxurious and professional cleaned. The property is well maintained and nearby assistance provided if required.
Total Bedding available:
4 x King beds
1 x Bunk (single over double)
1 x King Single ottomon/fold out bed
1 x Single rollaways (petite adult or child)
1 x Baby Porta cot
All linen provided
Maximum 12 guests, no pets
BREAKFAST PROVISIONS – we offer guests a starter pack for the first morning - consisting of tea & coffee, bread, jam, fresh eggs and milk.
We do not allow weddings, parties or schoolies
Clunes (3 mins) – Beautiful country town with General Store, café, bottle, antiques, post office, petrol station, bookstore & butcher.
Bangalow (12mins) – is a relaxed and stylish village located by the popular town of Byron Bay. Great food and coffee and Saturday morning markets.
Newrybar – (15mins) – A hidden pretty town with cafes, antiques, deli, general store, local hall and the famous Harvest Restaurant. The 100 year old bakery is a must see and taste when visiting our area, beautiful sourdough breads to gourmet desserts every Saturday and Sunday morning, get in early!
Byron Bay (30mins) the famous beaches and most northerly point of Australia