Established in 1981, Fig Tree is one of Byron Bay’s most iconic restaurants. Perched under an ancient fig tree, the restaurant boasts sweeping views across Byron Bay creating a truly idyllic setting.
It’s hard to think of a more ‘Byron’ restaurant than the Byron Beach Café; from its all-weather absolute beachfront dining deck you can see surf, beach, dolphins, the lighthouse or sunset over Mount Warning.
THE ROSÉ REVOLUTION Pink, cold, refreshing and extremely food friendly, rosé may be the wine of choice with socialites in the Hamptons, but don’t let that put you off. As with any wine many styles are on offer, from rich... Read More →
Many Australians, blessed with wonderful local wine, have never ventured to taste American wines. Today we take the trip with some quality wines, available generally in local bottleshops.
Tweed’s popular Foodie Fest is not all about eating and drinking as much as you can get your hands on – its more serious side will be on show at film screenings and a forum at Murwillumbah tomorrow.
When musician Pete Murray decided to open his own Byron Bay bar and cafe, he turned to long-time friend and experienced restaurateur Sally Cook to join him in the venture.