Postcards from Byron Bay 🏄‍♂️ The July Edition

Welcome to our very first edition of “Postcards from” 🎉 Get ready for weekly postcards from the Okanui store locations – Noosa Heads, Byron Bay, Manly Beach and coming soon to Burleigh Heads

In the weekly newsletters, we will be including shop specials, our top picks of what to do in each location. Get on-ground knowledge of where to surf, stay, drink and eat. If you have any suggestions, we would love to hear from you – email marketing@okanui.com.

This week, we would like to highlight the legendary Byron Bay. The beautiful coastal town on the far north coast of NSW is famous for its surf culture and laid-back lifestyle. This week in Byron Bay

 

Shop at our Okanui Byron Bay store.

 

Our lovely team at the Byron Bay store located on Lawson Street have put together a few look options for your winter wardrobe this month. If you are in town this weekend head down to the store, our team would love to help you find the perfect winter look,

  1. Classic logo Hoodie with Classic Hibiscus swim shorts
  2. Long leg linen pants with the L/S Okanui Classic Tee
  3. The L/S Carol Tee with Farrelly swim short

Take a trip to the Farm

The 80-acre a fully functioning farm located on the Northern Rivers. Owners Tom & Emma encourage customers to immerse themselves in the beautiful surroundings of a real working farm, inspiring you to talk and experience where food comes from. Take a tour of the farm or enjoy morning tea while the kids place in the playground. We would highly recommend treating yourselves to one of their delicious home-made bakery treats because, well weekends are for indulging.

Plan your trip here https://thefarm.com.au/planyourvisit

Whale watching

That’s right Whale watching season is back! Between May and October, Humpback Whales migrate past the Ballina and Byron Bay Coastline. So make sure you keep an eye out for these magnificent creatures as they venture past, there are also several whale watching tours leaving from Byron daily.


image credit (as they appear) Dylan Clarke, The Farm Byron Bay & Saxon Kent