Positioned on Byron Bay’s Belongil Beach, Elements of Byron is pleased to announce developments to the property, since its launch in early 2016.
Elements of Byron is on the outskirts of Byron town, extending across 20 hectares of rainforest and interconnected creeks, lakes and ponds. Inspired by and encompassed within nature, the Elements property is home to more than 19 rare and threatened Australian species.
“Nature has always been a starting and primary point for our inspiration and design. Developments to the property throughout summer and beyond will maintain that philosophy and ethos,” says Jeremy Holmes, Development Director of Elements.
Existing notable features of Elements of Byron, including an 850,000-litre infinity lagoon, day beds and fire pits, leisure facilities and dining options, will be enhanced with new additions for summer 2017.
The highly anticipated reveal of the 99 new two-bedroom, two-bathroom rainforest villas have been completed and are now available to book. They feature timber decks, inbuilt fireplaces and veranda bathhouses. The villas will be priced from AU$650 per night. Generous in size, they are ideal for a weekend away with friends or family.
Meanwhile, an all-new pool and bar will launch within the property for guests 18 and over. The cocktail bar will be on offer throughout the day and night. The immersed swim-up bar ￼￼will enable guests to enjoy the Byron sun, with a cocktail or cold-pressed juice in-hand. The private pool will come to life with various programing and activities across early December.
Designed to provide guests with an escape, Elements of Byron offers private transport options to make the journey to and from the property both seamless and practical. Guests can be collected in the private Elements of Byron helicopter from Ballina or Gold Coast airport, or into Byron town with a world-first, solar powered train that runs across 3km of coastal track.
Further plans for the property include an Eco Education Centre featuring market gardens and organic composts that will open in 2018 – designed to inform and immerse guests on sustainable living practices and food production.
As the resort develops, guests can still engage in favoured activities designed to heal and renew – from daily yoga classes, treatments at the Osprey Spa to beach horse rides, and guided nature walks with an in-house ‘bush tucker’.