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Byron Bay International Film Festival

Screening over 10 days in beautiful Byron Bay, the festival attracts international film makers, directors, producers, performers, cultural tourists, prominent members of Australia’s film industry, and a wealth of appreciative audience members the 10th Byron Bay International Film Festival (BBFF) will run from Friday 14th October to Sunday the 23rd October. The festival continues to grow screening over 200 films from more than 30 countries featuring a program comprised of feature films, documentaries, animation and short films that support and celebrate local and international cinema.

With world class beaches only a short stroll from festival venues, and World Heritage Rain forests and National Parks a short drive away, Byron Bay provides a glorious backdrop for the festival.

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A history of open-mindedness and creativity has put Byron firmly on the world map for people seeking a positive change in lifestyle or perspective.  A progressive place where new technologies and practices are embraced, green awareness and eco living are promoted, Byron is a place where ‘quality of life’ sits high on the list of life priorities. And the festivals programme reflects this. 

Byron Bay International Film Festival Accommodation

Byron Bay offers a wide range of accommodation to suit every taste and budget. Byron Bay Accom has various options for accommodation which are just a hop, skip and jump to the film festival venues. We have apartments, studios, luxury hotels around the Byron Bay Community Centre as well as the Cape Byron Lighthouse. You can also choose to stay around Belongil Beach, Wategos Beach, Byron Bay centre and Suffolk Park. There are some lovely towns very close by with some stylish budget options, including Ballina, Lennox Head, Bangalow and other surrounding areas. To search accommodation options enter your dates in the search box on the top left corner of the page.

Budget Accommodation for Byron Bay International Film Festival

Byron Bay Accom has plenty of affordable options close to the beach and the main town centre. We have budget hotels, guest houses and B&B inns that provide simple, clean and affordable accommodation perfect to suit your budget while attending the festival. Budget accommodation ranges from $80 per night up to $200.

Mid-Range Accommodation for Byron Bay International Film Festival

You can enjoy the film festival with friends and family by renting an apartment or studio with modern amenities similar to your home. This is a perfect option for a large group seeking fun times in Byron Bay with plenty of space to themselves. Mid-range accommodation also includes three star hotels and resorts with added amenities. Contact Byron Bay Acoom to know more and book the best accommodation that suits your need. Mid-range accommodation options are available from $200 onwards.

Luxury Accommodation for Byron Bay International Film Festival

Luxury beach houses and private villas are a fine choice for couples and friends who wish to indulge in supreme luxuries. Wake up to expansive ocean views from your private balcony, enjoy a refreshing dip in the pool, help yourself to a healthy breakfast and enjoy watching your favourite movies at the film festival. Luxury accommodation options in Byron Bay range from $350 up to $600.

 

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