Just 10 minutes drive west of Byron Bay, Bangalow is a quaint town with a growing scene of boutique retailers and eateries on its historic streetscape, making for an appealing combination of old and new. The town dates back to the 1880s, following the establishment of a timber cutters’ camp on the banks of the Byron River in the 1840s, and many of the facades on the main street still retain the charming look and feel of this era.
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The ‘biggest little town in Australia’ is our home, so you could say we’re a bit biased. But it really has so many things going for it, and the fact that many Byron folk have in recent years chosen to relocate here gives you a good idea of its appeal. Because whilst big sister Byron has grown up into a bit of a glamour, Mullum, as it’s affectionately known, still gets around in bare feet. Wholesome, unaffected and a bit alternative, she’s the laid-back little sis that’s both carefree and charming.