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Once known as Byron Bay's poor relation, Suffolk Park has grown to a point of having its own identity and micro-culture. Situated just south of Cape Byron, Suffolk Park is a ten-minute drive from Byron Bay and has dominion over Tallow Beach, which stretches 15km from Cosy Corner at the Cape south to Broken Head.
Suffolk Park has a range of holiday accommodation, from the caravan park on the beach to motels and holiday houses. Staying here you will be delighted with not only the beach but the walks through to Taylors Lake, alive with water-birds. Being flat, this area is ideal for family cycling. There is a network of paths through Suffolk Park itself and then past the high school into Byron, about 25 minutes away. Or walk along the beach to Cosy Corner under the Cape, and through the national park to Lighthouse Road and Byron Bay proper.
A small shopping centre at the corner of Clifford Street and Broken Head Road services Suffolk Park with a post office, liquor store, pub, newsagent, bakery, pharmacy and a couple of restaurants and take-aways. There's even a doctors' surgery in Clifford Street.
Suffolk Park locals are protective of their environment and social amenity. It's predominantly a residential area with no nightlife except the pub, and visitors are advised to be respectful of their right to a quiet life.
Suffolk Park Accommodation
There is a wide range of holiday houses in Suffolk Park, many are absolute beach front.
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