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Coworking, Coliving and Surfing in Byron Bay (Australia)

Coworking & Coliving in Byron Bay, Australia

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Coliving in Byron Bay

We currently don't have any coliving spaces in Byron Bay

If you happen to have an amazing property next to the surf where people can stay and get their work done in Byron Bay, you can apply now to start hosting remote workers through Coworksurf.

Here are our coliving spaces closest to Byron Bay:

Coworking & Coliving by the Surf in Canggu, Bali with Xia

(4592 km)

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Hosted by Xia
4.7 from 156 reviews

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Coworking & Coliving by the surf in Siargao, Philippines with Per Kristian Soreide

(5194 km)

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Hosted by Per Kristian Soreide
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Coworking & Coliving next to the surf in Ahangama, Sri Lanka with Deniz T.

(8715 km)

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Hosted by Deniz T.
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Coworking in Byron Bay

Looking for coworking spaces in Byron Bay? Here is an overview:

Working Remotely in Byron Bay

Nestled on the easternmost tip of Australia, its natural rural beauty and laid-back atmosphere create the perfect setting for the definition of work-life balance. The lush inland which connects with pristine beaches and a vibrant bohemian culture makes this a beautiful place to visit or base yourself and work remotely.

However be aware, most people who visit, tend to keep on extending their stay in this warm-weather year-round paradise.

Byron Bay from Above
Amazing waves
Pristine beaches
All though the cost of living in Byron Bay and Australia in general is more expensive than a lot of other digital nomad destinations, it may very well be worth it. After all most leisure activities here are for free or very cheap. How about doing some whale watching? Or throwing on a pair of fins and exploring the beautiful underwater world. That is when you’re not busy in the consistent surf with an always-inviting water temperature.

Once it's time to unwind Byron Bay is also a mecca for spiritual and healing arts. With plenty of yoga, meditation, and holistic practices to explore.

If you’re a foodie then that's definitely another reason to work remotely from Byron Bay. Farm-to-table dining is a way of life here, with plenty of free-range meat, organic veggies, and fresh seafood.

remote workers on the beach
delicious food

Surfing in Byron Bay

When talking surfing, Byron Bay is probably one of the most iconic surf destinations around the world. Thanks to being mainland Australia’s most eastern tip it picks up a lot of swell.
Within a short walk from the town you have several spots to choose from, add 20 min in the car and you have a break buffet together with less crowds. Needless to say, getting a rental car is a great idea.

Just in front of the town you have the main beach which can offer plenty of nice peaks for all level surfers when the sand bank lines up.
A bit further down the main beach reaches The Pass. An incredible right-hander, which during the right conditions is one of the best breaks in Australia. Hence this break can also get extremely crowded.

Another spot close to town is the popular The Wreck, a shipwreck that has created some nice sandbanks spitting out hollow rights and a bit slower lefts once it's on.

digital nomad on beach
surfers in water
coliving crew

Gettting There

There are regular flights from Sydney and Melbourne going to the Byron airport and several companies offering transfers. Additionally the Cold Coast airport is 1 hour away and the Brisbane airport is 3 hours away.

If you instead prefer taking the bus there are also several services travelling between Sidney and Brisbane via Byron Bay.

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