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Live in the Byron Bay Hinterland

Welcome to Coorabell Ridge.

A picturesque, private sanctuary of lush rainforest, rolling hills, valley views, crystal creeks and Australian wildlife nestled amongst your own private acreage lot in the Byron Bay Hinterland. 

Enjoy early morning yoga to the sound of running water in the exclusive River Pavilion, an evening under the stars sitting around the bespoke Moonlight Fire Pit, or a leisurely stroll through the majestic Rainforest Valley Walking Trail. 

We invite you to explore, create and share in our passion for this magical place called Coorabell Ridge. 

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A place to call home

Are you dreaming of a place where you can wake up to the sound of birds singing, taste crisp clean mountain air, and smell the lushness of ancient rainforest ferns? A place with endless flowing rivers, crystal lined creeks and hidden valley walking tails. A place to raise your family mindfully and sustainably. 


The Lifestyle

The Coorbell Ridge lifestyle is an opportunity to enjoy features, such as the private River Pavilion, Moon Light Fire Pit, Rainforest Valley Walking Trail and Naturalistic Children's Playground.

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Nestled into Nature

Nestled amongst the trees, the mountains, the rivers and the animals. 

A peaceful and private place where you can come back to being human. 




The perfect location

Coorabell Ridge is ideally positioned to enjoy the best that the Byron shire has to offer. 
Perfectly central to Byron Bay, Mullumbimby and Bangalow and only a short drive from Gold Coast International Airport and Ballina airport. 

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Follow the journey. 

'In the spirit of reconciliation, Coorabell Ridge acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of country throughout Australia and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their elders
past and present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people today'