things to do and see

Newrybar – this video highlights some of the beautiful features of the immediate surrounds of newrybarhouse.

Killen Falls – Killen Falls is located about 15 mins from newrybarhouse just below the Emigrant Creek dam at Fernleigh. Check out this site for details about these and other places in Ballina Shire including Lake Ainsworth and Seven Mile Beach.

Byron Shire Hinterland – this video highlights some of the attractions of the hinterland area where newrybarhouse is situated.

Harvest Cafe – just across the Pacific motorway, this deli and restaurant boasts some of the finest food in the area. Breads freshly baked on site and a great selection of takeway food featuring local produce.

Fresh, local produce – drive along Broken Head and Coopers Shoot roads to buy fresh produce from our local farmers: fruit, vegetables, herbs, eggs and coffee. Our local farmers are doing the local community and visitors a great favour. Stalls on Broken Head Road and Coopers Shoot Road are just minutes away from newrybarhouse.

Doma Cafe, Federal – if you love Japanese food in a relaxed setting, then try this. Check out this review for more info. About 25 mins from newrybarhouse.

Bangalow Farmers’ market – every Saturday morning selling fresh, seasonal and local produce. Bangalow is a 5 minute drive from newrybarhouse.

Bangalow Market – on the 4th Sunday of every month Bangalow hosts the local market. Get there early before the crowds. newrybarhouse is 5 mins from Bangalow.

Byron Bay – Main Beach is a flagged beach and perfect for swimming or surfing or strolling along. Enjoy an early morning coffee at the Byron pub looking out across the bay; Clarke’s Beach has a great cafe; The Pass has stairs to a lookout for whales and dolphins and surfer watching. newrybarhouse is 15 mins from Byron Bay. Check out Cape Byron Marine Park for areas to explore in the marine park.

Broken Head Nature Reserve – 5 mins drive from newrybarhouse takes you to Broken Head where you can park for a swim, a surf or a walk through the national park to the headland. Alternatively, take the dirt road up to some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches on Australia’s east coast.