Today, you wouldn’t be able to rent a place at Watego’s for a night for $200, but back in early days, Wategos Beach was considered “too far out of town” and “too expensive”.
Just imagine if you owned a piece of land there today after buying it for $200?
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This photo above is of Jonson St (the main street in Byron Bay). We are not sure what year it is. You can see the Post Office in the distance which still stands today. The old Community Centre was a Literary Institute.
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Our final photo in our little Byron Bay history lesson is of The Pass in 1934. We think it’s near the Clarks Beach Caravan Park. The Old Jetty can be seen in the distance.
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