Byron Bay



We just returned from a long weekend in Byron Bay.
It had been 10 years since we last visited and things have
changed. It is no longer the sleepy town. It feels busier and more transient,
with more backpackers and less hippies.
The beaches are lovely (although Noosa is hard to beat).
We stayed in a cabin at Clarkes Beach, a few steps to the lookout and beach.


We walked to town every day to grab a bite and check out the shops,
Plenty of beach walks too.





Sunset dining.



Dolphin and whale watching a plenty.
Many whales were spotted from the lighthouse.
Dolphins cruising the beach every day.



I found The Farm.
A cool cafe, restaurant, bakery, florist and farm.

Great sourdough organic bread.


We visited some very small towns on the way to Bangalow, 
which has some lovely shops too.











Reading on the beach is a must.

See you in another 10 years Byron Bay.
It is good to experience other places, 
even though we are lucky enough to live in the best place in the world.

Art Classes Term 3


We have been using acrylics this Term and worked on the above.
Jarrod painted Camille and Harrison painted Mustard.
The teacher guides us with tis on technique and colour mixing.
Next ...watercolour koi.

Sir Mustard


I knight you Sir Mustard of the round garden.