You don't need to be Marty McFly to step back in time. All you need to do is take the old Pacific Highway to the sleepy fishing village of Brunswick Heads in the far north of NSW.
30 minutes south of Australia's tourist playground, the Gold Coast, and just 15 or so from the beauty of Byron Bay.
And less than half an hour's drive from both Coolangatta and Ballina airports.
How many cars have trundled across this timber bridge carrying loads of salty, sandy, sunburnt kids from a day out a beach, since they built it back in the 60s.
Back when a summer holiday was a real summer holiday.
Back when holiday makers took it all in instead of documenting each stop off with a selfie and the mandatory Facebook posting.
Brunswick Heads. Here, the clock stops - and the locals haven't got their heads permanently glued to smart phones.
The last time anybody counted, the town had a population of 1,636.
Brunswick Heads. If you haven't heard of it, well, that's probably because the locals, and all those who have been coming here to spend their holidays since the 1920s, want to keep it that way.
The north bank of the river hosts a protected rainforest while the southern bank makes for a harbour and small marina, where pelicans preen and anglers, well, angle.
This is one spectacular part of the world where real estate is more tightly held than a first born.
It is not hard to see why.
Out the front, the surf beach runs all the way to Byron.
Behind the breakwater, a protected beach.
To the west, the hinterland and the great dividing range.
Brunswick Heads is also where you'll find Beach Bruns - arguably the best quality holiday accommodation on offer.
Directly opposite the patrolled beach, with Brunswick River to the rear and only a short stroll to Torakina to the north and minutes to shops and the local hotel.
Fully renovated and 'styled' with a fine eye, this two-storey three-bedroom residence is 5 star from top to bottom and front to back.
The bedrooms all have built-ins and TVs. The main, an ensuite.
The main features a king-size bed; the second bedroom, a queen-sized and the third, two singles.
Downstairs also features a living area and laundry.
A wooden staircase leads to a fully-equipped kitchen and seperate dining and living areas plus a wide balcony with an outdoor kitchen and barbecue.
And if you really want to know what's happening in the outside world... Beach Bruns also comes with WIFI and Netflix, so you can get back to the future.
You can just chill.