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Federal Residence

Just a short and scenic hinterland drive from Byron Bay and on the way to Minyon Falls, the quaint little village of Federal is now becoming a popular place to enjoy the country lifestyle.

 

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  Lennox Head Residence     (6)
Lennox Head Residence

Lennox Head is a seaside village on the north coast of New South Wales, Australia, situated on the stretch of coast between Byron Bay and Ballina in Summerland NSW.

The village has grown considerably in recent years and remains ever popular with beach-goers, sea-changers, and holiday-makers.Lennox Head Yoga Rtreats with Annushka

The relaxed village atmosphere has great restaurants, sidewalk cafes and shops.

Pat Morton lookout (at the headland) offers spectacular views of the village and of Seven Mile Beach extending up towards Broken Head and on to Byron>

The town is well known for its windsurfing and kite sailing offering spectacular action.

 

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  Byron Bay Commercial     (3)
Byron Bay Commercial

The town has several beaches which are popular for surfing. It is a resort popular with both domestic and international tourists, including backpackers, who travel along the Australian coast, and the scenery attracts sky divers. The area is also noted for its wildlife, with the whale watching industry a significant contributor to the local economy.

An oceanway runs from the centre of town to the Cape Byron lighthouse. Visitors are encouraged to use sustainable options for moving around town like walking and cycling.

Temperate and tropical waters merge at Byron Bay, making it a popular area for scuba diving and snorkelling. Most diving is done at Julian Rocks which is part of the recently established Cape Byron Marine Park and only a few minutes boat ride from Main Beach.

Byron Bay also lies close to subtropical rainforests, and areas such as the Nightcap National Park with the Minyon Falls are all within easy reach of the town.

Byron Bay is now also a popular destination for Schoolies week during late November and early December.

 

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  Casuarina Beach     (3)
Casuarina Beach
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  Ballina Units     (2)
Ballina Units

Ballina is a coastal township set in the heart of the lush green rural countryside of sub-tropical Northern New South Wales.

Ballina is located on the Pacific Highway, and was established on the northern shore of the Richmond River near Cape Byron, Australia's most easterly point, in the 1840s.
Summerland NSW Corporate Sponsor

Ballina boasts some of the most beautiful surfing beaches and picturesque headlands on the east coast of Australia. It is approximately 750 km north of Sydney and 200 km south of Brisbane.

The Richmond River and its estuaries abound with marine wildlife and for many years has remained a favourite of fishermen and water sports enthusiasts alike.

 

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  Ballina Home     (3)
Ballina Home

Some discussion exists as to how Ballina got its name. Some believe it was named after the Irish town of Ballina, but this is unlikely. The more plausible explanation is that the name is derived from an Indigenous Australian word meaning "place of many oysters". The names "Bullinah" and "Boolinah" have been mooted. But perhaps, also, the Aboriginal name reminded the settlers of Ballina in Ireland so the name's origination could have been a combination of both sources. Ballina has a sister city agreement with its Irish namesake.

 

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  Alstonville Residence     (3)
Alstonville Residence

Alstonville is a charming village set amongst the fertile, green rolling hills on the plateau west of Ballina.
Summerland NSW Corporate Sponsor

Its historic buildings have all the charm of yesteryear yet hold all the modern facilities and services that make this town a popular home for many.

Originally known as Duck Creek Mountain, the village of Alstonville is central to many farms, orchards and nurseries and is famous for its Tibouchina Trees which line the streets and add a vibrant green and mauve colour thoughout the village when flowering.

 

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   Testimonials      (8)
 Testimonials

In the quest to create the perfect outdoor living environment Vergola have designed and manufactured a unique, fully adjustable waterproof louvre roof system.

Designed originally for the harsh Australian climate, countless people throughout the world have recognized the outstanding attribute’s of the Vergola system and are enjoying the benefits that it brings to their lives, as one of our clients explains:

“This product is second to none. It rates in my top 5 best elements in a building of all time for so many reasons.

The idea of an adjustable pergola achieves so many things, sun control, light control, total flexibility.

Apart from the obvious benefits, it helps a house perform in a passive solar sense, helping achieve a more sustainable design with less need for heating and cooling devices.

I like the fact that you can sit outside, see the sky, yet angle it to block the sun in summer, or receive it in winter…. not to mention the fact that it operates electronically and closes automatically when it rains.

The only thing it doesn’t do is pour the wine! In my experience it’s the best of its kind on the market.”

SHARON FRASER ARCHITECTS pty ltd
www.sharonfraserarchitects.com.au

 

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