Planula in Byron Bay
A tranquil oasis on acreage just over 3 km from the town centre. Your hosts Tim and Wandy will make you feel at home at this modern Bed & Breakfast style retreat.
The extensive decks around the house, the lush tropical gardens and the large grass area in the back are perfect places to unwind.
What about a BBQ at night; sit outside and listen to the frogs and birds.
Things to do around Byron Bay:
- Dive or snorkel at Julian Rocks Marine Reserve
- get a massage
- go sky diving
- ride horses
- kayak with dolphins
- and plenty more
PLANULA offers fantastic accommodation and total relaxation in lush tropical gardens set on over 50 acres.
Although it feels like a remote oasis PLANULA is just over three kilometres from the centre of Byron Bay.
Extensive continental breakfast is included with all stays at PLANULA and is served with fresh fruit, yoghurt, a range of cereal, bread, fruit juice, tea and plunger coffee.
At night you can sample the local cuisine in one of the many fantastic restaurants in Byron or just stay at home and make use of the outdoor BBQ area.
PLANULA has five modern decorated bedrooms all with ensuite bathrooms and offers queensize double, twin share and single accommodation. All rooms look out onto our beautiful gardens. Bicycles, bodyboards and surfboard are free of charge (subject to availability).
Why not spoil yourself and unwind in our exquisite queensize double room with its own stunning double spa and magnificient views?
Throughout the house you will find paintings and photographs by local artists. Currently works are presented by Hele Ellis and the Waywood Gallery, one of Byron's well-known galleries.
Birds like the Eastern Rosella, different honey eaters, the scarlet flycatcher, fairywrens, king quails, currawongs, and cockatoos live in the lush tropical gardens. The adjacent wetlands house spoonbills, lapwings, herons, egrets and ibisses.
Many different frog species share their habitat around the ponds with numerous waterdragons. Other wildlife frequently seen around PLANULA include bandicoots, swamp wallabies, echidnas and possums.
||Wandy & Tim Hochgrebe
PO Box 1753
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This page was last updated: 21 June 2010