Byron Bay


Yes, we have moved to our wonderful new location on the corner of Byron and Fletcher streets - next to Passion@Flowers. Thankyou to all of our loyal customers for all your support and welcome to our new customers. We are enjoying the garden atmosphere outside, the air-conditioning inside, the high ceilings, more space and the beautiful fit out. We are always trying to improve and listen to the requests  of our readers so please feel free to talk to one of our friendly staff if you would like a suggestion or have a suggestion. We are thrilled to have been awarded the rights to be the official bookseller of the Byron Bay Writers Festival to be held in August.


Enjoy our beautiful coffee from the friendly familiar staff at our coffee cart. Its a lovely place to sit and listen to the birds, watch the people and take time out with a coffee and a fresh pastry. 


We have an amazing amount of stock,  new and classic The friendly staff are always willing to recommend a book for personal reading or suggest a gift. 


Read by John

Adult Non-Fiction -  H is for Hawk

Adult Fiction -  Buried Giant

Read by Karen

Adult Fiction - Girl On The Train

Adult Non-Fiction - Home Truths - Mandy Nolan

Read by Suzy

Read by Anke

Adult Fiction - The Miniaturist

Read by Jane 

Adult Fiction - Buried Giant

Read by Kristin

Adult Fiction - 

Byron Bay - Location

For many generations the pristine beauty and natural lifestyle of Byron Bay has attracted a wide array of visitors and residents to the once sleepy seaside village.

Geographically, Byron Bay is the most easterly location on the Australian mainland and when you gaze at the ocean from Cape Byron you are often rewarded with sightings of the abundant marine life. Located on the north coast of NSW, Byron is a leisurely 2-hour drive south of Brisbane.

To experience all that is unique to this area take the time to explore the magnificent beaches and the world heritage listed rainforests. The alternative lifestyle also attracts artists, writers, and musicians, so awaken your creative senses or relax your muscles with a massage from one of the many healers. Byron Bay is more than a popular tourist destination, it is a celebration of life and a place where you can nurture your soul.To the local indigenous people Byron is known as the place of healing, or 'Arakwal'.

What's on at Byron Bay?

  • Splendour in the Grass
  • Byron Bay Writers' Festival
  • Dolphin Kayaking
  • Weekly markets
  • Blues Festival
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Mary Ryan's - Byron Bay

27-31 Fletcher St, Byron Bay
ph: +612 6685 8183
fax: +61 6685 8138

Opening hours:
Mon-Sat 8am - 5pm
Sun 9am-5pm


Mon-Sat 7.30am-4pm

Sunday 8am-4pm

Times may change on public holidays/inclement weather ....

Closed Christmas Day