The SpaceKieta is a modern luxury holiday home located in the rural Byron Bay Hinterland with magnificent 180° scenic views. The house is appointed in a contemporary coastal style with its interior decorated to the highest quality.
Situated 1 minute from the rural village of Federal and only 20 minutes from Byron Bay, Kieta combines the very best of resort-style beach and hinterland holiday accommodation.
Kieta is surrounded by almost 3 acres of secluded landscaped garden with contoured lawns and a stunning pool in a lush rural setting. The unobstructed elevated position offers stunning panoramic views of mountains and the Byron Bay hinterland across to the Byron Bay Lighthouse and the coast.
Not far from the bustle of Byron, the holistic offerings of Mullumbimby and the boutiques and cafes of historic Bangalow, Kieta offers a calm and welcoming sanctuary.
To enhance your Kieta experience, a concierge service is available upon request for those who enjoy extra pampering.
Guest AccessThe entire house is for rent including the 3 acres of garden and swimming pool. Interaction with GuestsThe house manager will meet guests to pass them the keys, and then guests enjoy 100% seclusion. The NeighborhoodLocated in an elevated position directly behind Australia’s most easterly town, Byron Bay, the Byron Hinterland literally offers something for everyone.
The sub-tropical Byron Bay Hinterland is where you can experience everything from lush conserved rainforests, crystal clear waterfalls, waterholes and creeks to breathtaking lookout points and quaint villages – all within easy driving distance of the stunning Byron Bay beaches.
Some of the most popular villages include Alstonville, Bangalow, Billinudgel, The Channon, Clunes, Crabbes Creek, Eltham, Mooball, Mullumbimby, Newrybar, Rosebank, Stokers Siding and of course Federal. These villages are also famous for their popular local farmer and artisan markets held almost every day somewhere in the region. There you’ll find almost everything, including ultra-fresh produce and food, locally created art and craft against a backdrop of performances from aspiring musicians. Famed for its rich soils and optimal growing conditions, the area also boasts many farms selling fresh produce directly from their own roadside stalls.
Driving around the area, you will come across a range of eating establishments from fine dining restaurants to eclectic cafes and gastro pubs – many of which pride themselves on using the plentiful local produce of the region, such as organic exotic fruit and vegetables, Bangalow pork, as well as coffee, tea and nuts from local plantations.
The Hinterland is surrounded by stunning natural attractions such as Minyon Falls, Whian Whian Forest, Rocky Creek Dam, Nightcap Ranges, Border Ranges and Mount Warning. A number of the parks in the region are members of the World Heritage Listed Central Eastern Rainforest Reserves, home to an abundance of native wildlife including koalas, echidnas, wallabies, flying foxes, kangaroos, various reptiles as well as birdlife such as cockatoos, rosellas, lorikeets, rainbow bee eaters, fairy wrens, kookaburras, kingfishers and kites. Getting AroundFlying Domestic:
• Ballina Airport (approximately 40 minutes drive to Kieta) via Jetstar/Qantas and Virgin Blue.
• Gold Coast Airport (approximately 50 minutes drive to Kieta) via Jetstar/Qantas and Virgin Blue.
• Gold Coast Airport (approximately 50 minutes drive to Kieta) via Scoot, Tiger Airways, Air Asia, Air New Zealand and Jetstar/Qantas.
• Brisbane Airport (approximately 2.1 hours drive to Kieta) via many international airlines.
All of the above airports have affiliatedcar rental companies.
Please note that a car is a necessity in the country! Kieta is easily accessible via country roads running off the Pacific Highway. The easiest route is to turn off the Pacific Highway onto Coolamon Scenic Drive and follow the signs to Federal. Other Things to NoteGiven it’s sub-tropical location, Kieta enjoys long summers and mild winters. The annual mean maximum temperature for the area is approximately 24°C(75°F), while the average yearly minimum is 17°C(62°F) making for a temperature range that provides a lower separation between the hottest and coldest times of the day than many other popular tourist locations in Australia.