Byron Bay is one of Australia’s most popular beach and surfing areas with over 30 kilometres of pristine beach situated up and down the coast and near Byron Cape, the eastern most point on the Australian mainland.
There are many excellent beaches to choose from whether it be dog-friendly, clothing optional,... more »
Now referred to as the Byron Bay International Film Festival, this film-awards event showcases over two hundred films from around the world and is screened at several cinematic locations around the lovely coastal city of Byron Bay.
Taking place towards the end of the Australian summer in February or March, this... more »
Cape Byron walking track is a mostly paved walkway trail winding through beautiful bush land and rainforest, along cliff tops and the ocean below. This lovely trail leads to the eastern most point in Australia and features an historic light house and some of the most stunning coastal views found... more »
The hinterland west of Byron Bay is the perfect compliment to the picturesque coastal areas. This unique region truly has the best of both worlds – stunning beaches and rugged cliff tops as well as lush rainforests, quaint villages and winding scenic mountain drives throughout the mountainous west.
The mountainous areas... more »
Built in 1901, Cape Byron Lighthouse is a stunning tower that sits strikingly at the top of Cape Byron, a high point along the coastline's rugged cliffs. This cape is the eastern most point of the Australian mainland and the lighthouse beckons visitors with its charm.
This iconic lighthouse is one... more »
The World Heritage Rainforest Visitors Information Centre is a wonderful resource for information on an area abundant in natural beauty.
Located in Budd Park in the lovely town of Murwillumbah, the centre is the perfect place to begin your trip. Budd park is situated on the banks of the calm waters... more »