This August, don’t miss Byron Writers Festival 2016. To whet your literary appetite, you will be glad to know that there will be several keynote guests including: 2016 Pulitzer Prize winner William Finnegan, Cheryl Strayed, Charlotte Wood and Madga Szubanski – who head a stellar line-up of more than 150 writers and thinkers converging on our iconic coastal town of Byron Bay from 5-7 August to celebrate the Festival’s 20th Anniversary.

The Festival is renowned for its sense of community and treasured by those who attend. Its power lies in the evocative expression of real and imagined stories that strike chords and captivate because they are authentic, and are told by exceptional thinkers, writers and communicators.

The Festival Program is underpinned by a fundamental belief in the importance and power of literature in shaping our lives. The Festival facilitates the all-important and age-old art of storytelling and nurtures the myriad benefits that flow from tales and talking about life.

Secure your seats at Australia’s most popular regional literary Festival. Join the 2016 Byron Writers Festival to discover where stories take you.

The Festival unfolds from 5-7 August 2016 in Byron Bay with workshops commencing on 1 August. Early Bird tickets are on sale until 14 June, unless sold out prior. The full Festival Program will be announced on 15 June, along with full price tickets.

Our Tweed Coast Accommodation is just a short drive from Byron Bay. Our resort offers a choice of two bedroom, three bedroom, and four bedroom apartments. Perfect for families, friends, couples and corporate travellers, book our resort and enjoy the Byron Writers Festival.

Aside from our fully furnished apartments, we also have guest facilities for your comfort and convenience. The guest facilities include two outdoor swimming pools, a fitness room, restaurant and bar, conference/meeting room, direct beach access, dry cleaning services, secure parking, spa, tour desk, WiFi access, and more.

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