Because I’ve been away at the Problogger conference, I haven’t been here to edit and prepare my next lot of Tassie Trip photo’s for Wordless Wednesday. So, I thought instead I’d revisit a couple of photo’s taken back in April 2014 that show you where I’d like to be right now.
I’d like to be at Byron Bay. In actual fact, I’d like to be staying up in the Byron Bay hinterland where it is quiet and beautiful. In April 2014 the tennis player and myself spent two nights in a gorgeous little cottage at Possum Creek in the Byron Bay hinterland. Here’s a bit of trivia for you: Paul Hogan (of Crocodile Dundee fame) used to have a home in Possum Creek!
I like staying in the hinterland because I love peace and quiet and countryside and you get all that plus more up in the Byron Bay hinterland. It is breathtakingly beautiful up there! The bonus is that it is only a short drive down into Byron Bay where you can enjoy the beach, the lighthouse, the cafe’s and restaurants and the very unique Byron Bay atmosphere! Because Byron Bay is so beautiful it is a very popular and busy place, so when you’ve had enough of the hustle ‘n’ bustle I personally love being able to escape back to my hinterland retreat.
I said when we left our cottage – “we’ll be back” and I meant that. I loved it so much there. It is calling me for a revisit one day very soon! 🙂
Sunrise behind Cape Byron from Byron Bay Beach
Sunset over Byron Bay beach taken from Cape Byron lighthouse
Our gorgeous cottage at Possum Creek in the Byron Bay hinterland
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If you could click your heels together and wish yourself somewhere – where would you choose to be right now?
Ciao for now,
Linking up with My Little Drummer Boys and Steph’s Joy for #WordlessWednesday
and My Brown Paper Packages for #WednesdayWanderlust
Oh I’d love to be there right now too! I spent lots of time around there in the late 80s early 90s as my boyfriend at the time came from Mullumbimby. We were living in Sydney but went to see his parents most uni holidays wheere they lived in a log chalet with the most phenomenal view, looking over Cape Byron, perfect for chilling out. I don’t have a single photo of that time as obviously it was before digital and I’ve moved so many times that I’ve lost paper photos 🙁 so it as lovely to see your pics of this gorgeous and special area. #wednesdaywanderlust
Hi Phoebe – I love Mullumbimby too! Beautiful countryside there. We went to Crystal Castle at Mullumbimby – such an interesting place! I’m loving the sound of the log chalet that your uni boyfriend’s parents lived in. What fun times those must have been! 🙂
I actually got married in Possum Creek! Such a gorgeous part of the world. Shh, don’t tell too many people 😉
Was great to have you join in #wednesdaywanderlust this week.
Wow – you did? What a gorgeous place to get married! It is absolutely one of my most favourite places that I’ve ever been to in my life. 🙂
Min, Byron Bay is one of my favourite little places to escape to and the hinterland is just stunning. I have been out and about exploring this wonderful area with my camera and hope to bring more posts about the far north NSW region as it is only across the border from the Gold Coast where I live. Thanks for your gorgeous photos.
It’s a gorgeous area isn’t it Kathy? I wish I lived closer! Myself and my camera would love it! I look forward to seeing your photo’s from that area (you are so lucky to live closeby!). 🙂
Can i just so oh WOW!
HaHa – wow for the sunset, sunrise or the cottage? I love them all and would so love to be there right now!!
I love Byron Bay. I was there last month for a week or so but could have stayed so much longer. Your photos made me wish I was back there. Love the one of the sun behind the lighthouse.
Our stay was only for 2 nights, 3 days – not long enough! I’ll make sure to stay longer next time. It really is a very special place! So glad you like my photos Ruth! 🙂
Oh wow Min the sunrise photograph is stunning. You should sell that image to the Australian Tourism Authority. Its breathtakingly beautiful. Those colours. I love the last photo as well of the front of the cottage with the door, verandah and seat. Very atmospheric. You again have managed to capture mood in this photo.
Thanks Patrick! I adore this part of the world. The sunsets and sunrises are just beautiful here and that cottage and the hinterland where it is – is somewhere I could happily live! 🙂