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Aussie rock band Ocean Alley spend $2.35million on home near Byron Bay

Australian rock band Ocean Alley spends $2.35 million on a seven-bedroom house near Byron Bay

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The six members of Australian rock band Ocean Alley have bought a mansion near Byron Bay on the far north coast of NSW.

Happy Sad hitmakers bought the seven-bedroom, five-bathroom ranch-style Middle Pocket for $2.35 million, reports The Daily Telegraph.

The tropical getaway spans eight acres and is located in the Northern Rivers region, about 14 miles inland from the city of Byron Bay.

The six members of Australian rock band Ocean Alley have bought this mansion near Byron Bay on the far north coast of NSW

The six members of Australian rock band Ocean Alley have bought this mansion near Byron Bay on the far north coast of NSW

Hailing from the northern beaches of Sydney, Ocean Alley consists of Baden Donegal (vocals, guitar), Angus Goodwin (lead guitar), Lach Galbraith (keyboard, vocals), Mitch Galbraith (guitar), Nic Blom (bass) and Tom O Brien (drums).

The band dropped their latest single Home on September 14, ahead of the release of their new album Low Altitude Living on October 14.

The compound consists of three main buildings, including a separate studio space.

Built with high ceilings, the main wooden farmhouse is full of rustic charm, with a large stone fireplace and a spacious lounge.

The hitmakers of Happy Sad bought the seven-bedroom, five-bathroom ranch in Middle Pocket for $2.35 million, The Daily Telegraph reports.  (Pictured: Ocean Alley)

The hitmakers of Happy Sad bought the seven-bedroom, five-bathroom ranch in Middle Pocket for $2.35 million, The Daily Telegraph reports.  (Pictured: Ocean Alley)

The hitmakers of Happy Sad bought the seven-bedroom, five-bathroom ranch in Middle Pocket for $2.35 million, The Daily Telegraph reports. (Pictured: Ocean Alley)

Other features of the property include a creek and well.

The area around Byron Bay has become increasingly popular with artists, filmmakers, musicians and actors over the past decade.

The Hemsworth brothers have bought large plots of land around the town.

Chris, Liam and Luke’s total investment in the region is estimated to be over $100 million across 124 acres – and their portfolio just keeps growing.

The tropical getaway spans eight acres and is located in the Northern Rivers region, about 14 miles inland from the city of Byron Bay.  (Pictured: one of the seven bedrooms)

The tropical getaway spans eight acres and is located in the Northern Rivers region, about 14 miles inland from the city of Byron Bay.  (Pictured: one of the seven bedrooms)

The tropical getaway spans eight acres and is located in the Northern Rivers region, about 14 miles inland from the city of Byron Bay. (Pictured: one of the seven bedrooms)

Built with high ceilings, the main wooden farmhouse is full of rustic charm, with a large stone fireplace and a spacious lounge.  (Pictured: the dining area)

Built with high ceilings, the main wooden farmhouse is full of rustic charm, with a large stone fireplace and a spacious lounge.  (Pictured: the dining area)

Built with high ceilings, the main wooden farmhouse is full of rustic charm, with a large stone fireplace and a spacious lounge. (Pictured: the dining area)

Musician Tones and I, whose real name is Toni Watson, spent $3.3 million in 2020 on two properties on the edge of Byron Bay.

Singer and actress Natalie Bassingthwaighte and her husband Cameron McGlinchey paid $2.15 million for a home in the region.

Ocean Alley has come a long way since their inception in 2011.

The band has had four songs in Triple J’s coveted Hottest 100 countdown and took the number 1 spot with their single Confidence.

The area around Byron Bay has become increasingly popular with artists, filmmakers, musicians and actors over the past decade.  (Pictured: A view of the surrounding bushland from the deck of the house recently purchased by the members of Ocean Alley)

The area around Byron Bay has become increasingly popular with artists, filmmakers, musicians and actors over the past decade.  (Pictured: A view of the surrounding bushland from the deck of the house recently purchased by the members of Ocean Alley)

The area around Byron Bay has become increasingly popular with artists, filmmakers, musicians and actors over the past decade. (Pictured: A view of the surrounding bushland from the deck of the house recently purchased by the members of Ocean Alley)