Biking Byron Bay on a Turquoise Bike

Turquoise Thursday: Byron Bay, Australia

Byron Bay

Byron Beach Resort

When I stayed at Byron Beach Resort in Byron Bay, Australia, the hostel provided FREE turquoise bicycles for guests to use throughout their stay in Byron. I took full advantage of the opportunity to bike around Byron Bay with the use of Byron Beach Resort’s turquoise beach cruisers. An even better way than walking to see a place is by biking it.

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I had an incredible time in Byron Bay exploring Belongil Creek, Belongil Beach, Main Beach, Clarks Beach, Tallow Beach, the lighthouse, and the Beach Habitat Protection Zone. I had fun playing where is my turquoise bike?

6 thoughts on “Biking Byron Bay on a Turquoise Bike

    • haha I wish! Actually, I booked the hostel online through HostelWorld, and ironcically when I showed up the hostel was TURQUOISE (along with the bikes)! How perfect is that? That has happened to me so many times!
      Jessica, Turquoise Compass

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  1. Hey Jess! This looks like sooo much fun! I usually go biking along the trails over at Toronto Islands every summer. That turquoise bike is gorgeous and it was obviously made especially for u!.:)

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    • I am having the time of my life as you can see. Biking the Toronto Islands would be so much fun. What kind of trails/sights do they have? That bike was made for me, now I want a turquoise one. The one I have at home is red.
      Jessica, Turquoise Compass

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