My favourite days in Byron revolve around two things: the ocean and the markets.
Being the paradise that it is, you can pretty much always find a wave in the Northern Rivers region, whether you want to be amongst a crowd, or alone. Even when the wind's been howling northerly for days, it's always worth a sneaky slide at our home beach.
As for the markets, there are many in the area, and one of my favourites is the Byron Sunday market, held on the 4th Sunday of every month. It brims with all the boho trinkets and treasures you'd ever want, plus some really tasty food.
There's really one motivator that gets me out of the ocean and to the market every time it comes to town: icecream fruit sundays. It's bananas and strawberries pressed into a creamy consistency and topped with carob sauce, blueberries and pecans. The best treat on a steamy spring or summer beach day in Byron Bay...
Surf check at my home beach
Yogi dog surf check
Scoping out a peak
Surf stoke ignited...
Not a cloud in the sky
I love little wavelets
Yogi loves to soak up the sun
Dave gets a long way through the little inside section on my single fin
Not another surfer anywhere in sight
This surf capsule suit is my favourite for sunny spring days when the water still feels a little chill
Take only photos, leave only shakas...
Simple pleasures abound in Byron town
Byron street art
You can get a cozy hat at the market
or some gypsy jewels from Bahgsu
The best non-ice cream, ice creamed fruit!
Watermelon Ginger Zinger, please..
Wategoes is the perfect shady spot for a post surf and market snooze in the seabreeze... and maybe another surf...