The Pass, Byron

Far North

Yeah, I’m still in Byron. Sensational place.I spent about an hour writing this amazing post of 10 things you should know about Byron – but, somehow, somewhere, I lost it. Dog ate it. WordPress engulfed it (not happy). You’d think after writing over 6,000 of these posts I’d have it down. Obviously not. I’d usually […]

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Fanging down the line, finless

Cavvanbah

The Arakwal called this meeting place ‘Cavvanbah‘, which was the name of the settlement until 1894 when it became Byron Bay. Captain Cook originally named Cape Byron after Admiral Byron, not after his nephew the poet Lord Byron. Byron Bay enjoys a subtropical climate with hot, wet summers and mild, dry winters. It’s mild, temperate climate makes it a perfect joint to hang out for most of the year. […]

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The Cape Byron Lighthouse

Byron Charms

Just mention the word ‘Byron’ and you’ll get a reaction from people. Words like ‘busy’, ‘lost it’ ‘exquisite’ and ‘paradise’ come up a lot. Some people adore the place, some people loathe it for its hustle. I’m here in peak season, yeah there are people around (lots from Bondi), it’s got young energy, but the […]

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The Pass, Byron Bay. Since the 60s this has been a longboarders heaven.

Da Pass

It’s been nearly four weeks since I’ve picked up a camera. Let’s call it a digital detox + long service leave combined. I’ve been posting up this daily Aquabumps thing for nearly 21 years now, so a little ‘tools down’ really freshens things up.  I’m going to surface here, beautiful Byron Bay in peak summer. Yes, we’re back on! […]

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Rainbow Flat, burnt out in Oct/Nov

Scorched

It’s been a sombre start to the year as fires ravage our beautiful country. My heart goes out to those that have lost loved ones and property. It’s just too sad for words. ⁣⁣I am profoundly grateful and have the highest respect for all of our selfless firefighters. I’m spending time outside of Sydney. Time […]

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