Byron at Byron picks up yet another award

THE Byron at Byron resort has won yet another major award - the fourth since the start of the year.

This time the resort has been recognised for having the best resort accommodation under 100 rooms in The Australian's annual travel and tourism awards.

Marketing manager, Holly Galbraith, said the resort had been nominated for the award for the past three years.

“All the staff strive so hard to give our guests the best experience possible and to fulfil the vision that was created with this resort,” she said.

“We also recognise that Byron is a unique and iconic destination.

“We are so glad to be supported by such great restaurants, retail offerings and activities that all add to our guests' stay and reflect well on us.”

The award has also attracted praise from the CEO of Northern Rivers Tourism, Russell Mills, who said the resort team's commitment to client satisfaction went well beyond their own property as they actively promoted the town, surrounding attractions and the wider region.

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