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If you’re looking for the perfect stop on your way to a day at the beach, and away from the hustle and bustle of the streets of Byron, we’ve got you covered. Byron Bay’s General Store is a local, organic and environmentally friendly café. Providing nothing but good vibes and great food this iconic Byron location sits in the old Walls Store, established back in 1947. Treat yourself to a burger or if you’re really wanting to embrace the Byron lifestyle, may we suggest their mouth-watering smoothie bowls? The General Store is a MUST, as it epitomises that laid-back Byron Bay lifestyle we all secretly wish we had.


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What was once a humble little pizzeria, is now one of Burleigh Heads’ pizza hot spot. Providing nothing but great food and good vibes since 2011, Justin Lane is now a multi-level restaurant and bar. Keeping up to date with the latest bar culture trends, Justin Lane have maintained a delicious menu and make and a mean cocktail. So, whether you’re after Sunday sips on the rooftop or your Friday night #pizzaparty, Justin Lane is should be you go-to when visiting the area.


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Light Years has quickly become one of Byron Bay’s lunch and dinner hot-spots. The modern asian bar and diner not only serve mouth-watering asain dishes but also a wide variety of to-die-for cocktails. May we suggest trying their ‘cumin spiced fried cauliflower’ or how about their ‘steamed bao buns’? Pair these with ‘The Pass’ cocktail and your head will spin. If you love great food with awesome service then stop what you’re doing because this is the place for you. As Light Years has become so popular we highly recommend making a booking through their website before you go, we’d hate for you to miss this must eat at stop.


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Located in the beautiful Burleigh Heads on the Gold Coast, is the epic Burleigh Pavilion. With incredible beachfront water views, the venue is separated into two different spaces. Both with a view is The Tropic restaurant and their Pavilion indoor-outdoors casual dining. Aside from the view, the highlight of the venue is the large open kitchen where diners can sit front row to watch their head chef and his team at work. Whether you’re in the mood for a short cool off from the beach, a pizza and a pint or splashing out on the freshly shucked oysters, along with their extensive drinks list, this is where you’ll be soaking up the salty sea breeze and sunsets this summer.