As seen in the tv hit The Mentalist, Simon Baker has bought up property on a farm at Nashua, close by to the town of Byron. Although the secluded accommodation may be off-limits for holidaymakers that travel to Byron for the sun and sand, there’s always an opportunity that Baker will pop up at the local bakeries and markets, so cameras at the ready just in case.
Baker owns 6.8ha property that has three bedrooms, two living rooms, a pool, tennis court, large shed and a studio.
You might catch a glimpse of the award-winning Aussie actor in Bangalow. He is known to frequent his local gym, and grab a coffee at many of Byron Bay’s up and coming cafes and waterfront restaurants. Beach apartments, guest houses and other types of accommodation are close by to the action so don’t be surprised to walk past Sacks when taking in the sights.
Johnson claims to spend six months of each year on the road playing music and surfing, which includes extended stays in Byron Bay, one of his favourite spots for hitting the waves. In fact, Johnson cites the powerful right-hand point break at Lennox Head as one of his all-time greats for locations with the best surf action. If you’re into water sports and leisure activities and you’re planning to stay in Byron Bay this season then keep an eye out for Jack Johnson on a surf board near you.
Byron Bay holidaymakers rub shoulders with Rudd on a regular basis when he steps out into the local nightlife and entertainment scene in town. The Australian singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist is often spotted hanging at Coopers Shoot, a popular location for holiday guest houses, villas, chalets and camp sites for travellers making a short stop on the eastern coast of Australia.
Byron Bay Accommodation is a specialist in finding the right holiday homes for short and long term stays, for groups of all sizes. More information on booking and prices can be found online at http://www.byronbayaccom.net/