Crystalbrook Byron | Australia | If Only

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Surrounded by an evergreen canopy of gently swaying palms, indigenous wildlife, and the far-off sound on the waves on Tallow Beach, this stunning resort is a study in luxurious relaxation and a true celebration of nature. In this rainforest-clad oasis it is impossible not to submit to the charms of beautiful Byron Bay. 92 suites are scatted throughout the rainforest, skilfully hidden to blend in seamlessly with the very natural setting. Enclosed verandas and screened windows allow for total immersion whether you choose to be on the ground floor and up close and personal to the rainforest or on the first floor looking out at the tree canopy. Soaking bathtubs and yoga mats simply enhance the feeling of serenity that pervades throughout. A beautiful pool looks out over the rainforest, flanked by a beautiful timber veranda, which just invites you to sit and linger a while. Forest is the inhouse restaurant where the focus is on local, seasonal, and sustainable produce. Inspired by the healing spirit of Byron Bay, the Eleme day spa is a tranquil spot where you can take time to breathe, soak up the energy of rainforest and calm the mind, body, and spirit.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 5 Star
  • 92 suites



92 suites are dotted throughout the rainforest offering tranquil places to rest and soak up the wonderful rainforest environment. Rainforest Suites are set on the lower levels throughout the resort offering views directly into the rainforest from two enclosed verandas. The Treetops suites are on higher floors for up close and personal views into the rainforest canopy. Rainforest Luxe and Treetops Luxe are found closer to the beach. Whatever you choose you’ll find polished timber floors, beautifully natural finishes and a gentle style and design that offers a real sense of place. Two-bedroom options are also available.



Working hand in hand with local farmers, producers and artisans, the ethos of Forest Byron Bay is to celebrate sustainability. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner Forest is a reflection of the rainforest that surrounds it. As dusk falls the gentle lights begin to twinkle, creating a charming and romantic setting. If you’re spending the day by the pool, then the Blue Pool Bar offers a menu service ensuring you stay refreshed and satisfied. The stunning veranda is a wonderful spot for sundowners as the sun goes down or for pre-dinner cocktails with the melodic sounds of the rainforest as your background accompaniment.



The Crystalbrook Byron lies just 15 minutes from the centre of Byron Bay and a complimentary resort shuttle is offered three times a day. Embrace the eco-friendly nature of the resort and hop on one of the complimentary bicycles to explore (you’ll see plenty of locals on two wheels, usually with a surfboard under one arm). Explore the boardwalks through the rainforest and head to nearby Tallow Beach, a glorious expanse of sand backed by crashing waves. Far in the distance on your right, Byron Bay Lighthouse stands guard. Those looking to embrace the laid-back Byron style can browse the resort boutique for local gifts and resort wear.


Relax by the beautiful infinity pool which lies between the resort and the rainforest or indulge in some you time with a treatment or two at the Eleme Day Spa, a blissfully serene place where the healing power of nature flows throughout the treatments available. There’s also an infrared spa and a fitness centre which is open daily, or you can do what the locals do and take long walks along the beautiful shores of Tallow Beach. Daily yoga classes are also available, where you can move through the flowing movements to the sound of the rainforest and the wind in the trees.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Ballina Byron Gateway Airport


Approximately a 30 minute drive from the airport


Queensland's idyllic climate lends itself to year round visits, particularly in the southern and central areas. The Far North falls under the influence of the tropical monsoon season with heavy rain showers and high humidity being a common occurrence from December to March.



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