There are some quirky places to stay in Byron Bay and this one is no exception. Located right in town, it reminds me of a house I lived in East Fremantle, WA in the mid-nineties. 100 Hubble, which was also once owned by a famous artist (Andrew Hayim de Vries) was an eclectic example of art and architecture. While this particular property isn’t likely to be Heritage-listed for its curiosity value like Hubble is, it’s just as intriguing. I love how the different spaces integrate art so you live with them instead of simply looking at them. The main house has 3 bedrooms (2 queens, 1 double bunk, 1 bathroom) plus there are two additional outhouses, an uber cool Airstream caravan (with its own deck) and a boat shed studio. That’s a lot of space to spread out when holidaying with a crew of friends, or finding a little quiet time when sharing with another family who also has children. To check availability and book online, visit

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