The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa along with Tourism Portfolio, the resort’s Sydney sales office recently hosted a corporate familiarisation offering guests the chance to experience the magnificent five-star resort and picturesque Byron Bay.
Guests were treated to an indulgent 2 day getaway which showcased the best of Byron Bay and included a range of both relaxing and adventurous activities.
The group was welcomed in style landing at Ballina Airport before a scenic transfer to the resort. Upon arrival guests enjoyed lunch in the Lotus Gardens followed by a site tour which highlighted why the stunning property which stretches across 45 acres of subtropical rainforest is a multi-award winner.
The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa which boasts 92 one bedroom suites offers an idyllic escape in a relaxed setting. The options are endless with rainforest walks, a dip in the 25 metre infinity pool, game of golf or tennis, visit to the tranquil day spa and decadent dining all a part of the resort experience.
The property is also perfect for meetings, conferences, product launches and corporate incentives with a 216 square metre Conference Centre set within the beautiful natural landscape and an abundance of activities available to keep guests thoroughly entertained.
With relaxation and rejuvenation a top priority at the resort, everyone relished the opportunity to take a trip to the day spa where they were pampered for the afternoon with the ultimate signature spa treatments.
The Byron at Byron Resort and Spa Executive Assistant Manager Heath Batterham said the property focuses on offering an unforgettable experience whilst embracing the natural environment and is a must see for both the business and leisure markets.
“Whether you are after a venue for your next event, impressive and unique accommodation or somewhere to escape The Byron at Byron will surpass your expectations.”
Batterham also said that with the whales swimming by, local produce at its best, and bargain airline specials winter is the perfect time to visit Byron Bay.
“The Winter sun of Byron Bay ensures that we are blessed with a beautiful climate this time of year. At The Byron at Byron, guests can relax and find their own way to unwind. Why let the whales have all the fun?” he said.
A trip to the iconic Byron Bay lighthouse for sunset drinks is always a must and guests were not disappointed as this was next on the itinerary – setting the scene for an enchanted evening. After taking in the breathtaking views guests returned to the resort for dinner where the atmosphere equally matched the delicious cuisine.
Up early the next morning everyone was rested, relaxed and looking forward to the day ahead. A trip to Byron wouldn’t be complete without seeing the spectacular whale migration and the group was thrilled to board the boat for the Whale Watching Safari. Although the elusive white whale Migaloo didn’t pop-up to say hello, those aboard were rendered speechless as the majestic creatures of the sea put on an amazing show.
Guests were then treated to lunch and a tour of one of Byron Bay’s latest attractions, The Farm Byron Bay. Known for its sustainable farming The Farm’s ultimate goal is to grow, feed and educate. Famil guests wandered the property and were encouraged to check out the animals and try something nourishing, before it was time to say goodbye.
Tourism Portfolio Managing Director Donna Kessler said the trip provided guests with the opportunity to stay and experience a taste of Byron Bay.
“It truly is a world-class destination that offers a unique variety of activities perfect for the MICE market. With the growth of the area continuing and properties such as The Byron at Byron it is the perfect spot to host your next conference, event or simply enjoy your next holiday discovering new and exciting facets of the destination,” she said.
For further information please visit www.tourismportfolio.com.au