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Janene & Cameron’s guidebook

Janene & Cameron
Janene & Cameron
Bei Airbnb seit 2017
Janene & Cameron

Janene & Cameron’s guidebook

Food scene
Fleet is one of the most enchanting regional restaurants to have opened in Australia in recent years. The ever changing menu is made up of a series o smaller dishes, each with a focus on a few primary ingredients. As a guest you have the option to pick and choose from the items listed. Alternatively they offer a relaxed, shared based degustation style menu. The price is $100 per head and consists of eight (8) different dishes. The beverage list is equally fluid! Its focus is on small sustainable and mindfully produced wines with a mix of predominately Australian producers and a smaller variety of international winemakers. They also offer a diverse range of cocktails, beers and house made sodas. You will need to book well in advance to secure a table at Fleet as it is one of the most popular restaurants in the Norther Rivers. www.fleet-restaurant.com.au
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Fleet Restaurant
16 The Terrace
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Fleet is one of the most enchanting regional restaurants to have opened in Australia in recent years. The ever changing menu is made up of a series o smaller dishes, each with a focus on a few primary ingredients. As a guest you have the option to pick and choose from the items listed. Alternatively they offer a relaxed, shared based degustation style menu. The price is $100 per head and consists of eight (8) different dishes. The beverage list is equally fluid! Its focus is on small sustainable and mindfully produced wines with a mix of predominately Australian producers and a smaller variety of international winemakers. They also offer a diverse range of cocktails, beers and house made sodas. You will need to book well in advance to secure a table at Fleet as it is one of the most popular restaurants in the Norther Rivers. www.fleet-restaurant.com.au
The Farm is principally a working farm, home to a collection of independent businesses all sharing in a common goal - "Grow, Feed, Educate". They invite everyone to come, visit and see for yourself how a farm operates, supports the environment and contributes to a healthier lifestyle. 'The Farm' offers daily tours of the working farm at 10am -ideal for the little ones but for me 'Three Blue Ducks' cuisine & Bakery are the attraction. Earlier visit I had the Portuguese custard tart & coffee from the Bakery - just superb. This can be bought as take-away or consumed onsite at casual benches. However today I thoroughly enjoyed the ever so tender Coconut Pork main course & indulged in savouring the Bread & Butter Pudding, miso butterscotch, vanilla bean ice-cream & honeycomb! Having had no breakfast - how decadent! The chef couldn't have improved either. Beautiful flavours. Long queues being holiday time but the busy, professional staff handled the over flow of people waiting for tables. It's a must when visiting Byron Bay.
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The Farm Byron Bay
11 Ewingsdale Rd
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The Farm is principally a working farm, home to a collection of independent businesses all sharing in a common goal - "Grow, Feed, Educate". They invite everyone to come, visit and see for yourself how a farm operates, supports the environment and contributes to a healthier lifestyle. 'The Farm' offers daily tours of the working farm at 10am -ideal for the little ones but for me 'Three Blue Ducks' cuisine & Bakery are the attraction. Earlier visit I had the Portuguese custard tart & coffee from the Bakery - just superb. This can be bought as take-away or consumed onsite at casual benches. However today I thoroughly enjoyed the ever so tender Coconut Pork main course & indulged in savouring the Bread & Butter Pudding, miso butterscotch, vanilla bean ice-cream & honeycomb! Having had no breakfast - how decadent! The chef couldn't have improved either. Beautiful flavours. Long queues being holiday time but the busy, professional staff handled the over flow of people waiting for tables. It's a must when visiting Byron Bay.
If you love cheese (who doesn’t), situated just north/ west of New Brighton lies the lush Burringbar Valley where the Tweed Valley Whey Farmhouse sell their own artisan farmhouse cheeses and local produce. Tastings are available. Do yourself a favour take a drive out to the beautiful Burringbar Valley, visit their café for coffee and cake or grab yourself a cheese platter to share with a friend. Don't forget your esky!! Open 9am to 4pm
Tweed Valley Farmhouse Cheeses
6091 Tweed Valley Way
If you love cheese (who doesn’t), situated just north/ west of New Brighton lies the lush Burringbar Valley where the Tweed Valley Whey Farmhouse sell their own artisan farmhouse cheeses and local produce. Tastings are available. Do yourself a favour take a drive out to the beautiful Burringbar Valley, visit their café for coffee and cake or grab yourself a cheese platter to share with a friend. Don't forget your esky!! Open 9am to 4pm
Sightseeing
The view from Minyon Falls lookout is the best in the area; not only of the falls themselves, but on a clear day you might be lucky to see all the way out to the coast. From the lookout, watch the cascades flow over Minyon Falls to a deep palm-shaded gorge roughly 100m below. The tops of the cliffs are forested with Australian eucalypts, like blackbutt and scribbly gum. At the base of the falls is a beautiful natural pool that was made for swimming. Minyon Falls is a great place for a quick stop, but if you’d like to spend longer at this pretty place, there's a picnic area with plenty of shady trees, barbecues and picnic tables. There are also a couple of bushwalks that leave from the picnic area, including Boggy Creek walk, which takes you to Rummery Park campground, and Minyon Falls walking track, which takes you down to the base of the falls.
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Minyon Falls lookout
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The view from Minyon Falls lookout is the best in the area; not only of the falls themselves, but on a clear day you might be lucky to see all the way out to the coast. From the lookout, watch the cascades flow over Minyon Falls to a deep palm-shaded gorge roughly 100m below. The tops of the cliffs are forested with Australian eucalypts, like blackbutt and scribbly gum. At the base of the falls is a beautiful natural pool that was made for swimming. Minyon Falls is a great place for a quick stop, but if you’d like to spend longer at this pretty place, there's a picnic area with plenty of shady trees, barbecues and picnic tables. There are also a couple of bushwalks that leave from the picnic area, including Boggy Creek walk, which takes you to Rummery Park campground, and Minyon Falls walking track, which takes you down to the base of the falls.
A beautifully sited gallery with several galleries of special exhibitions, with the highlight being the Olley artwork and re-creation of her home-studio. With the video and hands-on experiences it is totally inspiring as you become immersed in the artist's work and life. Friendly informed staff and volunteers enrich the experience....a "must stop" visit.
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Tweed Regional Gallery & Margaret Olley Art Centre
2 Mistral Rd
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A beautifully sited gallery with several galleries of special exhibitions, with the highlight being the Olley artwork and re-creation of her home-studio. With the video and hands-on experiences it is totally inspiring as you become immersed in the artist's work and life. Friendly informed staff and volunteers enrich the experience....a "must stop" visit.
Neighbourhoods
Fall in love with Bangalow, a village where you can experience a sense of community, sample fine food, appreciate art and history and discover special finds in fashion and homewares. Enjoy a chilled chardonnay or a cold beer at the bustling Bangalow Hotel where the a la carte dining room or the pub menu are sure to satisfy your appetite with fresh local food.
Bangalow
Fall in love with Bangalow, a village where you can experience a sense of community, sample fine food, appreciate art and history and discover special finds in fashion and homewares. Enjoy a chilled chardonnay or a cold beer at the bustling Bangalow Hotel where the a la carte dining room or the pub menu are sure to satisfy your appetite with fresh local food.
Mullumbimby is a scenic little village. Nestled in the midst of verdant cane fields with Mount Chincogan looming in the background, it makes for a very scenic drive into town. Also striking, when you get to the first roundabout, is the large fig tree, covered in hand made multi-coloured knit wear! Testament that this really is an alternative community. Once you wander around the shops, you will realise that these are not the usual country town goods on offer in most of outback Australia. There is great alternative clothing on sale, craft and art work and a smattering of galleries interspersed with the shops.
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Mullumbimby
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Mullumbimby is a scenic little village. Nestled in the midst of verdant cane fields with Mount Chincogan looming in the background, it makes for a very scenic drive into town. Also striking, when you get to the first roundabout, is the large fig tree, covered in hand made multi-coloured knit wear! Testament that this really is an alternative community. Once you wander around the shops, you will realise that these are not the usual country town goods on offer in most of outback Australia. There is great alternative clothing on sale, craft and art work and a smattering of galleries interspersed with the shops.
Unspoiled by development, timber bridges link the colourful village to the safe, gentle river beach and the spectacular surf beach that spans the coastline all the way to Byron Bay. Amongst the natural beauty of the beaches and river there is an unique shopping experience to be had with an eclectic range of boutiques, second hand fare and one of the shire's famous river front markets. A wonderful choice of cafes and restaurants.
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Brunswick Heads
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Unspoiled by development, timber bridges link the colourful village to the safe, gentle river beach and the spectacular surf beach that spans the coastline all the way to Byron Bay. Amongst the natural beauty of the beaches and river there is an unique shopping experience to be had with an eclectic range of boutiques, second hand fare and one of the shire's famous river front markets. A wonderful choice of cafes and restaurants.
Newrybar is a small town located just off the highway perched in the green hills of the Byron hinterland. Newrybar is famous for its old bakery, and host's home to stylish boutique shops, antiquity's restaurants and a deli, with locals who source and create fine goods with passion. Newrybar Merchants open 9am - 5pm. A collective of creative local artisans and curators situated in a charming 1890's homestead where each merchant occupies a unique curated space.
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Newrybar
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Newrybar is a small town located just off the highway perched in the green hills of the Byron hinterland. Newrybar is famous for its old bakery, and host's home to stylish boutique shops, antiquity's restaurants and a deli, with locals who source and create fine goods with passion. Newrybar Merchants open 9am - 5pm. A collective of creative local artisans and curators situated in a charming 1890's homestead where each merchant occupies a unique curated space.
Local Markets
The market is home to more than 30 farmers and food producers who offer the region’s best and freshest produce: seasonal fruit and vegetables, sourdough bread, eggs, milk, cheeses, tempeh, macadamias, olives, spices, coffee, honey and more. Relax at a shady table with a cup of freshly brewed local coffee, or enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared with fresh seasonal produce. There’s live music each week, along with regular workshops, cooking demonstrations. Wonderful market to stock up on supplies for your stay with us.
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New Brighton Farmers Market
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The market is home to more than 30 farmers and food producers who offer the region’s best and freshest produce: seasonal fruit and vegetables, sourdough bread, eggs, milk, cheeses, tempeh, macadamias, olives, spices, coffee, honey and more. Relax at a shady table with a cup of freshly brewed local coffee, or enjoy a delicious breakfast prepared with fresh seasonal produce. There’s live music each week, along with regular workshops, cooking demonstrations. Wonderful market to stock up on supplies for your stay with us.
Mullumbimby Farmers’ Market, every Friday morning 7am-11am, is where you’ll see Mullum at its colourful best. Set under magnificent fig trees in the lush foothills of Mt Chincogan, the market is the gathering spot for Mullumbimby’s vibrant community. The market has more than 70 farmers and artisan producers, showcasing the very best of the region's fresh produce. Had a great walk around the markets and couldn’t stop buying fruit, veggies, local soft cheeses ,Blue Gum honey and much more.
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Mullumbimby Farmers Market
51 Main Arm Rd
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Mullumbimby Farmers’ Market, every Friday morning 7am-11am, is where you’ll see Mullum at its colourful best. Set under magnificent fig trees in the lush foothills of Mt Chincogan, the market is the gathering spot for Mullumbimby’s vibrant community. The market has more than 70 farmers and artisan producers, showcasing the very best of the region's fresh produce. Had a great walk around the markets and couldn’t stop buying fruit, veggies, local soft cheeses ,Blue Gum honey and much more.