How to enjoy Splendour in the Grass 2015

Splendour in the Grass

It’s day two of Splendour in the Grass 2015. After a late night of watching Mark Ronson you’ve woken up to a soaked and mud strewn tent, with nothing clean or dry to wear for the rest of the Festival. You struggle off your deflated camp mattress to line up at the shower block. Several hours later you return from your cold shower and are having to decide between cooking up your own camp breakfast or to wait in line (again) for a greasy bacon and egg roll. By the time you’re ready to head into the Festival, it’s also time to return to the toilet queue.

If you have booked your tickets to come up to Byron Bay this July, no doubt you want to enjoy your Splendour in the Grass experience. It’s one of the best Festival sites in Australia, just a short drive from one of the most iconic towns in Australia. Staying offsite at Splendour is easier than you think, as it’s only a short drive or shuttle bus trip from Byron.

Byron Oasis is located just minutes from the hustle of Byron Bay. We’re set up to make your stay enjoyable, with room for up to four people in our 2 bedroom apartments and 6 – 8 in our three bedroom tree houses (some with spa!) Featuring a full kitchen, showers, free wifi and all the amenities you need, we even provide the coffee to get your day started the right way.

It’s a short walk to stop off at one of the best Byron breakfasts at the Roadhouse before you catch the shuttle or drive into Splendour. We’re located right alongside Tallows beach so you can also take some beach photos to make your city friends envious.

So where are you going to stay at this years Splendour in the Grass?

Our top Splendour in the Grass tips:

  • Gumboots, rain jacket – You can never be too prepared
  • Bathers & boardies – The weather in Byron in July is so much warmer than down south; forget your bathers and you’ll regret it!
  • Portable phone charger
  • Book in some extra activities during your holiday – Surfing, Sky diving, Kayaking or Mountain Biking
  • Stay at the Byron Oasis!

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