Byron Bay has long been a favourite for getaways in Australia. Renowned for its beautiful beaches, relaxing environment and family atmosphere, the region has plenty to offer. This summer, Byron Bay will welcome a new addition to its range of accommodation options in the form of Flash Camp’s pop-up hotel.
With Tallow Beach on your doorstep and central Byron just minutes away, the pop-up hotel will spring up in the Byron Holiday Park between December 18 and January 8 in the form of 60 luxurious, fully-furnished tents. Flash Camp CEO Cameron Arnold nicely summarises the experience. “This pop-up hotel will be an opportunity to connect with nature in a truly relaxing and comfortable camp, with hotel-style service,” he says.This hotel-style service comes in the form of king and single beds, bamboo furniture, fresh towels and bed linen, Biology Skin toiletries, new onsite shower and bathroom facilities, amongst other great comforts.
Apart from having the beauty of Byron to explore, guests at the pop-up hotel can punctuate their afternoon naps and relaxation with visits to the onsite pop-up restaurant and licensed bar, provided by Harvest. With an award-winning Newrybar restaurant in Byron Bay’s Hinterland, Harvest brings a collection of delicious dishes and drinks to the pop-up hotel. From breakfasts each day, to share table dinners of oysters, paella and barbecued meat on certain nights, as well as cocktails, margaritas and more, there really is something for everybody.Since its establishment in 2013, Flash Camp has provided bell tent accommodation for music festivals like Splendour in the Grass and Falls Festival, recently expanding to offer holiday accommodation around Australia. Mr Arnold promises this expansion will only continue.
“Byron is where Flash Camp originates from and we’re excited to offer this longer term pop-up hotel in collaboration with Harvest. This is just the start of many pop-up hotels in the pipeline,”Mr Arnold said.
For more information visit Flash Camp’s Byron Bay bookings page.
Words by Stephen Chinnery
Images by Megan Tough (Flash Camp)