Don’t buy eggs from the supermarket while you’re on holidays. Collect them direct from the farm!
Good things come in dozens, right? Twelve ISA Brown hens joined us at The Lily Pad just before Christmas 2020 and after a slow start, we have a steady supply of jumbo eggs for our lovely guests, friends and family.
What a summer! Hot and incredibly dry. In fact there was basically no rain from November to the end of January. So, how did we fare in the garden?
In March, we hosted a trio of lovely girls on a roadtrip to Byron Bay. Led by photographer Amber Minto, the girls made The Lily Pad their base for a few days of girl talk, picnics and of course, photography.
What image does the term ‘forest bathing’ bring to mind? A steaming hot spring set deep within the trees? Turns out, it couldn’t be further from the truth.
Byron Bay is blessed with beautiful beaches and spectacular coastal scenery.
In 2018, we were the recipients of a ‘Koala Connections’ grant for bush regeneration from Byron Shire Council due to the high ecological values of the property.
When you stay at The Lily Pad, you’ll want to explore the beautiful surrounds of Byron Shire.
Not far from The Lily Pad at Byron, we discovered liquid gold in a fallen log. Here’s how it unfolded…
Get a deal on some iconic activities when you stay at The Lily Pad in Byron Bay. From sea kayaking to horse riding, you’ll be guaranteed of a great deal when you mention The Lily Pad at Byron Bay.
The Studio pavilion offers contemporary self-contained accommodation for two. It’s ideal for a couple looking for a relaxing Byron Bay escape that’s close to the beach, town and restaurants.
The Retreat pavilion offers optional extra living and sleeping space for two additional guests, available when you book the Studio. It’s the ideal way to holiday with teenagers!
“In ample space under the broadest shade, A table richly spread in regal mode…” – John Milton, Paradise Lost. Or is it a case of Paradise Found in Byron Bay?
Our friends at the Nomad-Nester travel and photography blog asked us to write an article about Byron’s best experiences for visitors.
It has always been a priority to turn a large part of the land around The Lily Pad into a food bowl. The Food Forest is the start of this story.
It’s been five years since The Lily Pad made its debut in Byron Bay and since then the gardens have continued to grow and evolve.
Formerly tiny postcards, two spectacular large scale black and white canvas prints now decorate the walls of The Lily Pad’s studio pavilion.