Bundjalung Country (The Northern Rivers) in NSW is a pocket fortunate enough to feel sheltered from the harsher winters Australia has to offer.
While afternoons still fall dark around 5, the days remain largely sunny with a subtropical chill. The Byron Hinterlands in particular, without the effervescent glow of city lights, is a quiet oasis ripe for exploration.
For our Winter 21 Capsule Collection ‘Pastoral Paradise’, we were lucky enough to shoot in Repentance Creek, around the corner from Minyon Falls, where the paddocks are lush and animals graze lazily.
Next time there’s opportunity to travel here in winter, book yourself into accommodation for at least a week if you can. Whether you’re camping, sharing or booking private stays, we promise you’ll revel in the chance to light a fire, read a book, eat well and move slowly.