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    BYRON BAY NUDIST HEAVEN

    In a textile world Byron Bay N.S.W. Australia would have to be one of the greatest places to go for a nude holiday. Our holiday in December came with wonderfully warm weather around 30 degrees Centigrade every day and warm nights. We were lucky, during the week it only rained once in the late afternoon. It can rain a lot here. We booked into “The Tree House” a couple of hundred yards from the beginning of the legal nude section of Belongil beach. Our house accommodation was very private from neighbours so nudity was no problem and even nude Yoga on the outside upstairs and downstairs verandas Belongil beach is wide and flat, clean whitish sand, very safe and good for kids. Along the beach there were a mixture of clad people and nude people. The beach is very long and curves around so far you cannot see the end of it. We walked nude for over an hour and still could not see the end of the beach. Along that section there were clad and unclad people every few hundred yards more at each end of the beach nearer car access.

    We went to King’s beach an unofficial c/o beach 10 minutes drive south of Byron. A short nude walk down through coastal rain forest to a beautiful small beach with rocks and cliffs at each end and rocks in the centre of the beach near the water. The rocks at each end can be clambered over to get the views north or south. Again clean beautiful sand.

    Fifteen minutes drive north of Byron Bay, down Grey’s Lane is a beautiful natural fresh water lake. The lake water is stained tea colour by the surrounding vegetation. The edge of the lake is surrounded by vary small sections of white sand and vegetation. Easy to find a private spot to sit in the shade or sunbake. Nudists are dotted around the edges, at any one time most are out of site. The water is warm, probably about 27c. The lake, several hundred yards wide, has large shallow sections but gets deeper towards the middle. On the lake bottom in some sections is black slimy mud. We were told that it contained sulphur and other natural minerals good for our skin so we spread it all over us and lay in the sun till it dried. What a great photo opportunity. It was a bit hard to get off. I can’t say that our skin looked or felt better but it was great fun doing it.

    A mile or so past King’s beach is White’s beach. A steep stepped path leads down through the forest. The beach is again small and surrounded by cliffs and forest to the beach in a couple of places. The sand clean pale yellow, and the water beautiful turquoise with Dolphins swimming a hundred yards off the beach. The beach has three sections. There we were quite a few “boardies” catching waves on that day. Around the rocky point on the north end two beautifully sheltered little beaches where nudists mainly go. There is however nude swimming and sun baking over the whole beach.

    The Byron Bay town is very relaxed, full of people most of the time, most wearing very little. I wore only a wrap or sarong walking around shopping or sightseeing. There are lots of “Body & Soul” alternative life style health practitioners in Byron Bay area. Massages, Yoga, Colonic irrigation (if you want it), Tantric Yoga classes, Spa’s, facials, mud pack, all sorts of healing help etc.

    As I said just “heaven”, all the above and no need to pay huge costs staying at “resorts”. You could stay in a caravan camping area for a week and pay very little. Fish beer and wine on the menu every night.

    OZJames

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    BYRON BAY NUDIST HEAVEN

    In a textile world Byron Bay N.S.W. Australia would have to be one of the greatest places to go for a nude holiday. Our holiday in December came with wonderfully warm weather around 30 degrees Centigrade every day and warm nights. We were lucky, during the week it only rained once in the late afternoon. It can rain a lot here. We booked into “The Tree House” a couple of hundred yards from the beginning of the legal nude section of Belongil beach. Our house accommodation was very private from neighbours so nudity was no problem and even nude Yoga on the outside upstairs and downstairs verandas Belongil beach is wide and flat, clean whitish sand, very safe and good for kids. Along the beach there were a mixture of clad people and nude people. The beach is very long and curves around so far you cannot see the end of it. We walked nude for over an hour and still could not see the end of the beach. Along that section there were clad and unclad people every few hundred yards more at each end of the beach nearer car access.

    We went to King’s beach an unofficial c/o beach 10 minutes drive south of Byron. A short nude walk down through coastal rain forest to a beautiful small beach with rocks and cliffs at each end and rocks in the centre of the beach near the water. The rocks at each end can be clambered over to get the views north or south. Again clean beautiful sand.

    Fifteen minutes drive north of Byron Bay, down Grey’s Lane is a beautiful natural fresh water lake. The lake water is stained tea colour by the surrounding vegetation. The edge of the lake is surrounded by vary small sections of white sand and vegetation. Easy to find a private spot to sit in the shade or sunbake. Nudists are dotted around the edges, at any one time most are out of site. The water is warm, probably about 27c. The lake, several hundred yards wide, has large shallow sections but gets deeper towards the middle. On the lake bottom in some sections is black slimy mud. We were told that it contained sulphur and other natural minerals good for our skin so we spread it all over us and lay in the sun till it dried. What a great photo opportunity. It was a bit hard to get off. I can’t say that our skin looked or felt better but it was great fun doing it.

    A mile or so past King’s beach is White’s beach. A steep stepped path leads down through the forest. The beach is again small and surrounded by cliffs and forest to the beach in a couple of places. The sand clean pale yellow, and the water beautiful turquoise with Dolphins swimming a hundred yards off the beach. The beach has three sections. There we were quite a few “boardies” catching waves on that day. Around the rocky point on the north end two beautifully sheltered little beaches where nudists mainly go. There is however nude swimming and sun baking over the whole beach.

    The Byron Bay town is very relaxed, full of people most of the time, most wearing very little. I wore only a wrap or sarong walking around shopping or sightseeing. There are lots of “Body & Soul” alternative life style health practitioners in Byron Bay area. Massages, Yoga, Colonic irrigation (if you want it), Tantric Yoga classes, Spa’s, facials, mud pack, all sorts of healing help etc.

    As I said just “heaven”, all the above and no need to pay huge costs staying at “resorts”. You could stay in a caravan camping area for a week and pay very little. Fish beer and wine on the menu every night.

    OZJames

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    • #3
      I really gotta get back to Australia soon! Never been to Byron Bay but it is on my list.

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      • #4
        I would certainly agree!!! I stayed at a backpackers in Byron for US$ 12 a night, partied in the backpacker bars by night, made myself a cool neclace (yes, the one in the photo!), and chilled on the nudist beach, Belongil Beach, several days. In Byron I didn't even bother wearing my thongs (flip-flops), but rather went barefoot all day!

        No need for a car, no need for a lot of cash, no worries. Lots of fun and utter Zen-ness. Byron is the ULTIMATE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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        • #5
          OzJames,

          Can you tell me where you stayed at Byron? I am heading that way in Feb and would love to experience the natural beauty and relaxed atmosphere of the area. You said you stayed at "The Tree House", is that Tree Tops? Can you shed some light on that? I am only there for a few days on my way to Melbourne for business and its still cold in Tokyo so any warmth and nude beach activity is welcomed.

          Look forward to hearing from you.

          NH

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          • #6
            I agree with OZJames, Byron is a great spot, have spend many days there and many hours on Belongil Beach. We ahve not visited the lake yet but intend to do so over the Christmas break.

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            • #7
              (just saw this post) Sure have to agree that the Byron Bay area of Northern New South Wales is a nudist paradise. Not just Byrons beaches but others south all the way to Sydney (and beyond) So, throw away those winter blues all you northern hemisphe'ers, and come on down to Oz. A big nudist welcome awaits! Cheers, Alan

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