Where Can I Eat?

If you don’t wish to take advantage of our wonderful, fully-equipped kitchens, we have two near-by dining alternatives.

For self-catering information please see our FAQ’s

Apart from near-by dining alternatives, it’s no surprise that we have an abundance of dining options in our area. Please check out other highly-rated places that we have listed on this page.


The Tree House is a short walk away where you can dine under the bali huts or in the cozy lounge area. Enjoy woodfired pizza’s and a great bar selection from 7:30am – 11pm daily. Treehouse is proud to present the very best in original music from local to international performers from Thursday to Sunday. Check out their menu HERE


The Farm has certainly carved out a name for itself in the last two years. Featuring their incredible restaurant Three Blue Ducks, their flower stall Flowers at the Farm and of course the farm itself, it’s worth the visit. Entry to the farm is free, so you can bring the whole family down for a stroll around the pastures with their animals and market gardens and see how a real working farm operates. Three Blue Ducks restaurant is open Monday to Thursday 7am – 4pm and Friday to Sunday 7am – 10pm. They take bookings from 12:15pm for lunch Monday to Friday. For breakfast and lunch on weekends, just rock up and they’ll seat you as quickly as possible. The restaurant is also open for dinner Friday to Sunday from 5pm (we recommend booking). The Farm is located on Ewingsdale road. Please call (02)9389 0010


For the seafood lovers, you must check out this Oyster Bar restaurant. Exceptional tapas and seasonal fare, the atmosphere here makes you never want to leave. And then there’s the cocktails! They do happy hour and oyster hour, they do breakfast on weekends with bottomless Bellini’s . They are child friendly too, so bring the babes along and make the most of your holiday. Located in the heart of town, Balcony Bar is open Monday to Friday 12pm – 12am and weekends from 9am – 12pm. Be sure to check their website for more details http://www.balcony.com.au/menu–feast-among-friends.html


Ahhhh The Mez Club, so many delicious memories. This Mediterranean cantina and bar absolutely excel at what they do. Located on Jonson Street in town, The Mez Club is predominantly a casual ‘walk in’ venue with a variety of seating zones and styles. There is no need to book, just turn up Byron style and go from there! If there is a wait list for dining tables you can enjoy a drink while you wait in one of the bar areas. The host will help when you arrive. If you do wish to have the security of booking a table during the week (out of peak season) please email them on hello@mezclub.com.au. Friday and Saturday bookings are typically limited to larger groups (10 or more, please see below) which are in The Souk (our upstairs area). Their downstairs area is always ‘walk in only’ so head on down when you are ready (although we do recommend getting in early) and they will get you in as soon as possible. The Mez club is open Tues to Friday from 5pm and Friday to Sunday 12pm till late.


Everyone has been raving about the restaurant since the launch and it is definitely a ‘must visit’ when visiting Byron Bay. This is not your typical Indian joint. Singh has been mastering the art of what he calls “unauthentic Indian” food for many years now; and is blending the flavours he grew up on with local Northern Rivers ingredients, and new cooking techniques. The menu at Daughter in Law Byron is more coastal style “unauthentic Indian” and it’s important to note that this is a very different Indian restaurant that’s ambitious and playful, and encapsulates the Byron Bay lifestyle with an emphasis on seafood, vegan and gluten-free fare.

Open from 4pm daily. Kid friendly.