Harvest Cafe, Newrybar

The hinterland of Byron Bay is stunning. You could wander for hours, stumbling upon gorgeous little towns, roadside fruit stalls & organic farms.

On your journey you will come across trendy little Newrybar, a quaint town about 10 mins from Byron. Newrybar itself has grown into a must-do when visiting the Far North Coast, with Harvest Cafe really putting it on the map.

Whether its a coffee & freshly baked pasty for breakfast, a long lazy lunch with loved ones or a romantic dinner date, they have you covered. Unlike many places in Byron Bay, this is loved equally by locals & visitors alike, so there is always a great mix & feel to the place.


My hint, visit in the morning to soak in the sunlight & sit among sunflowers. From 8am – sold out the old bakery sells freshly baked croissants & other treats. This is priority! Run don’t walk.

Treat yourself to layer upon layer of deliciousness. Exposed brick, fluffy croissants & All Press coffee.

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The revamped queenslander & old bakery sit happily among jacaranda trees & rolling hills. You may feel like you have been transported in time. But you’ll like it, trust me.


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2 Comments on “Harvest Cafe, Newrybar

  1. Yes we love it there! Harvest has great food! And the occasional celeb in sight. And it stocks our friend’s ceramics. Even nicer now the highway has moved.


    • Hi Sherry!
      Isn’t it gorgeous. Its just such a reflection of the great food scene up here in the Far North Coast. Harvest stocks a lot of local products, nice to know your friends ceramics are stocked there too! Take care X


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