Island living at its best! Located on the beach by the river with everything you need handy – beach, cafe, kiosk, two pools, BBQ and laundry facilities. Casual cottages sleep up to 7 with kitchens, lounges, decks and TVs, while cabins offer kitchenettes and shared bathrooms. Yurts and campsites are also available. Onsite events include circus performances, African drumming and yoga/spiritual retreats.
Set on 8 hectares of wilderness between the South Pacific Ocean and the Richmond River, this Bali inspired eco-resort is a 5-minute walk from South Ballina Beach. Close to cosmopolitan Ballina with the nearest supermarket just the other side of the river on the ferry. The Burns Point ferry is famous – it is a wonderful way to see nature up close with dolphins accompanying you on your trip alongside the boat. You really know you have started your island adventure!
Beach Cabins are clean, fresh and modern, with master bedroom with bathroom, plus bunk bedroom (2-3) or double bed couch/futon couch in lounge. Fully self contained with linen, kitchen items etc Surf what is considered the best point break in the North Coast region, walk or ride endless miles of white sand and perfect waves… or just relax by the pool. This is a totally tranquil relaxing environment. Relax, distress and regain your energy in this wonderful retreat centre nestled away from the stresses and bustle of the modern world.
About your stay at Ballina Beach Village
Free Wifi for all Santosha students
All linen including electric blankets, doonas, pillows and rugs plus crockery and kitchen implements
Air conditioning & Fans
Free Airport shuttle
Meal packages available – please arrange directly with the venue.
Note – Accommodation is to be booked directly with the venue.
Please contact us for assistance with other accommodation options close to the Yoga Shala.
Ballina Bach Village is located 30 minutes drive from scenic Byron Bay, on the upper East Coast of Australia.
Ballina is at the mouth of the Richmond River, among white, sandy beaches and shimmering rivers, lakes and waterways, the island town of Ballina is the commercial and cultural heart of the Shire.
It’s a unique blend of tranquil country hideaway and vibrant seaside resort, where holiday-makers of all ages and from all walks of life are welcomed by an equally diverse local community.
The streets of downtown Ballina are lined with stylish cafes and restaurants, classic country pubs and modern clubs that offer first class dining and entertainment. There are antique and curio shops and a choice of boutiques and designer stores.