Suffolk Park is a suburb in the Byron Shire of the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales. Approximately 5 kilometres south of the Byron Bay hub, it is situated along Tallow Beach north of Broken Head. The suburb was named after George A. Suffolk who dedicated a large parcel of land to the Byron Shire Council for community use in 1922.
Just south of Cape Byron, the area is a quiet pocket of residential streets, although there is a small shopping centre on the corner of Clifford Street that services the locals with a post office, liquor store, pub, newsagent, bakery, pharmacy and a few restaurants and take-away outlets.
Suffolk Park also has scattered independent businesses and an abundance of mixed accommodation servicing the overflow from central Byron, including retreats, holiday apartments, cabins, beach houses and Suffolk Beachfront Holiday Park.
Gaggin Park through which visitors and locals can enter Tallow Beach is a small recreational area behind the Suffolk Park Fire Station.
Notable landmarks in the locality are “Cocked-Hat Rocks”, a large rocky outcrop at Broken Head Beach, also known by the traditional Bundjalung people as “Sisters Rocks”.
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