Sitting as far east as you can go on Australia's east coast, Byron Bay is arguably the country's favourite holiday destination. Over the years, the crowds have shifted from hippies & free spirits, to families, couples & retirees, but the beautiful beaches, rural landscapes, and nearby farmlands haven't changed. Byron Bay's selection of restaurants would satisfy even the most critical foodie, while it's white sandy beaches go on for kilometres - leaving plenty of room for anyone to find their place.
Looking for the place to chill out and unwind over a few drinks? (If you feel a further need to unwind once you’re in Byron, that is.) You’ll want to head to Beach Hotel. While their line-up of bands might not rival the
Got a hankering for a French pastry or two? Allow us to guide you to the local’s patisserie, L’Ultimate. This one’s not usually on a tourist’s radar, so it will (hopefully) not be too crowded. Think baguettes, walnut
This place covers all the bases. All of them. Breezy café by day, destination restaurant by night, and a park kiosk for all your takeaway needs. Head in for a light, casual meal during the day, or come ready for elegant
About one hour and fifteen minutes from Surfers Paradise, Gold Coast - Byron Bay can be found, just take the M1 south, past the NSW/QLD border and follow the signs. Definitely worth a visit down south for a day trip or
Skydiving is one of those massive bucket list items for so many people, its a fantastic opportunity to face your fears. So much adrenaline is pumping through your body, the fear slips out of your mind, and an amazing
Minyon Falls and the untouched Minyon valley makes you feel like you have gone back in time to when dinosaurs roamed the earth. The valley with its ancient rainforest vegetation gives it all a very 'Jurassic Park' feel.
Whether you live in NSW near Byron Bay, or in the Gold Coast and want a day trip away. Byron Bay is a beautiful location. Only an hour away from the Gold Coast- you will feel like you've taken a flight over. The scenery
The Byron Bay lighthouse is a popular tourist point, because of its amazing views. To get to the lighthouse you need to drive as it isn't really walking distance from the centre of Byron. I would recommend trying to get
The Farm Byron Bay is a working farm and home to the Three Blue Ducks restaurant, The Bread Social Bakery, The Produce Store and Flowers at the Farm Florist. Located just after the Byron Bay M1 exit, pop in with the
Lots of people-locals and travellers alike visit The Farm at Byron, but many overlook the surroundings, quickly walking around the animal enclosures and straight to the restaurant! If you take a little time to explore
This is one of the most beautiful beaches to walk around in the Byron Bay area. There are many different vantage points along the way with mangroves and canopies aligning the entire tracks. Once you reach a certain point
Absolutely the best views of the south side of the Byron Bay Lighthouse, the friendly neighbourhood dolphins and the surfers that come to this more hidden part of the Byron Bay region. I have been there to surf the
Planning to spend a day or weekend at the infamous hippy beach town Byron Bay? Well don't be fooled, on weekends this little tourist hotspot is jam packed with surfers and tourists visiting from all parts of the globe.
Byron Bay has some many great photo opportunities, but a photo from Fisherman's Lookout/The Pass is a must. To get to the lookout you start from The Pass beach, which is located between Clarkes beach and Wategoes. At
If you have a hire car / our own method of transportation, this isn't too difficult to find and is well worth making a day out of your visit. Crystal Castle has something for everyone, although I'm not one to be too into
Just a short drive down the coast south of Queensland’s iconic Gold Coast, is Wategos Beach located in the heart of Byron Bay in Northern NSW. With its aqua blue crystal water and gentle waves lapping the sand, this
Drive to the end of North Head Road and find a park then walk up the bush track parallel to the ocean beach until you come to a fork in the path. Take the right fork and follow it for a few minutes until it comes out