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5 Byron Spots for Little Ones

Where to Take Your Little Love

As told by a local

South African-born, Byron-based photographer Gayle Martin knows her way around the bay. After stopping in Byron on a roadtrip eight years ago, she and her husband knew immediately the hinterland was the place for them. Having both grown up surrounded by wide open spaces and fresh air, it seemed like the perfect place to give their future family a similar upbringing – and after six years in the shire, one happy two-year-old and a baby on the way, they haven’t been wrong.

Camera in hand since as long as she can remember, Gayle is well versed in the art of capturing special moments. None, however, are as special as the ones that feature her little love – an animal-loving, veggie-eating, scrunchie-wearing two-year-old with a wild side. With Gayle’s sun-drenched images often highlighting their adventures through the shire, we knew this delightful duo would be the perfect locals to show others where to explore this summer.

Read about their fave spots below:


1. The Farm Byron Bay, Ewingsdale

We love The Farm – it’s such a family magnet in the area as you can let your children run free while you sit back enjoying all the delicious pastries and coffee! Many happy hours have been spent picnicking, meeting the farm animals & gathering/cracking macadamias in the orchard.

I also love the philosophy behind The Farm that owners Tom & Emma uphold, to “Grow. Feed. Educate & Give Back.” There are a number of educational programs for little ones as well as adults, all year round. 


2. Byron Bay Farmers Markets (Thursdays)


This is our Thursday ritual! My little one always gets so excited when I get the market bags from the cupboard, as she loves choosing fresh produce with mama. She takes her little woven basket to get her very own lady finger bananas (which she eats before we leave the markets!) and is always fed various veggies by farm stall owners as we chat our way through our morning shop! 

The community feel is beautiful and I love that she’s learning the value of eating fresh, healthy fruit & veggies, and thinks it’s the best thing to snack on heads of broccoli!

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