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FORGET ME NOT

Forget Me Not is located in the serene Byron Bay hinterlands on a working cattle farm, just a stone’s throw from Bangalow. Surrounded by gorgeous farm lands and centred around a beautiful dam dotted with lily pads and water botanicals - the property evokes a sense of tranquility and seclusion. It's lush gardens and impeccable rolling lawns make for amazing tipi and marquee receptions and with endless choice of stunning ceremony backdrops, Forget Me Not truly is the perfect setting for a charming outdoor wedding!

SANDS

Opening in late 2016, Sands North Byron is a gorgeous beach side venue located in South Golden Beach, set on 3 acres of tropical forest landscaped gardens. The property is a natural setting of sub tropical palms, ferns, stag horns with nature walks within the grounds. Landscaped gardens across the property have paths and timber walkways joining all areas and connecting to idyllic private beaches with Byron Bay headland as your backdrop - with romantic walks both north and south along the coastline.  The venue offers two luxurious accommodation houses and a gorgeous pavilion to hold your reception - with white sand floors for a truly special celebration. 

ELEMENTS

Elements of Byron is Byron Bay’s only world-class beachfront resort. Its majestic beach location and elegantly understated, private villa accommodation makes for a truly luxurious wedding destination. With plenty of accommodation, your guests and can stay on site with access to the restaurant, bar and spa.  

BANGALOW A&I HALL

The historic Bangalow A & I hall was established in 1911. Used originally for dances, debutantes, bazarres, flower shows and a host of other events - the hall is culturally rich and utterly charming! 

EWINGSDALE HALL

The Ewingsdale Hall and the Ewingsdale Church (St Columba’s) are two of the most historic buildings in the Byron Bay area, built in 1908 and 1915 respectively. They are located in the scenic and lovely William Flick Lane (formerly the Pacific Highway) with its canopy of huge Moreton Bay fig trees.