Byron Bay Storage Solutions
73 Self Storage Sheds
Brand New Built 2017
24/7 Secure Access
73 Self Storage Sheds | Brand New Built 2017
24/7 Secure Access | Surveillance
Secure Storage Bangalow is about a 18 minute drive from Byron Bay Township and you can drive to Secure Storage Bangalow via Bangalow Road and avoid traffic delays along Ewingsdale Road.
Secure Storage Bangalow was unaffected by the flooding in March 2017 as it’s well above the flood plains and is located further away from the coast with it’s corrosive salt air. It is easily accessible, located in a quiet cul-de-sac in the Bangalow Industrial estate with a U shaped driveway and 2 access gates and the perfect place to store your goods if you live in Byron Bay. We have a range of sheds to meet your needs so call Elders Real Estate now on 02 6687 1500 to book your shed.
Byron Bay Township ‘where the sun first hits the sand’ is a mix of cultures, alternatives and lifestyles. It has several surf beaches and the breaks are famous all around the world: The Pass, Watego’s and Cosy Corner. Restaurants serve almost every national cuisine. Many shops are open 7 days with extended hours. There is so much to do in Byron Bay, you are spoilt for choice. There is scuba diving and Snorkelling at Julian Rocks, which is part of the Cape Byron Marine Park. If you are lucky you will get to swim with a turtle or a dolphin. There is also surfing, bike riding, canoeing, horse-riding, bushwalking, hot air balloon rides, skydiving, massages, yoga, dance, reiki, festivals, markets, workshops to name a few.
Cape Byron is the easternmost point of Australia is a great place to watch migrating whales, playful dolphins and turtles. Enjoy the walking up to the lighthouse by the Tallow Ridge Track. Stop by the Cape Café, explore the maritime museum, and catch the view from the top of the lighthouse. You can walk back along the Cape Byron Walking Track enjoying the wildlife, ocean views and picnic spots along the way.
Some popular Byron Bay Tourist websites are.
Visit Byron Bay http://www.visitbyronbay.com