Byron Bay is a coastal town in the south eastern Australian state of New South Wales. It’s a popular holiday destination, known for its beaches, surfing and scuba diving sites. Cape Byron State Conservation Park is on a headland with a lighthouse. Between June and November, humpback whales can be spotted from headland viewpoints such as the Captain Cook Lookout.
A string of sandy beaches stretches both north and south of the headland. Main Beach is popular for snorkelling and swimming. Clarkes Beach has favourable conditions for water sports and learning to surf. There are well-known surf breaks at The Wreck, The Pass, Wategos Beach and Cosy Corner. Manta rays and sea turtles can be seen in their natural habitat at the Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. Adventure companies offer skydiving, hot-air ballooning, gyrocopter, bushwalking and hang-gliding trips. In town, Jonson Street is a popular nightlife area with shops, restaurants and bars.
It’s one of Australia’s most popular destinations. Byron Bay has the magic combination of natural beauty and a creative, free-spirited local population.
Thanks to its temperate subtropical climate, no visit to Byron Bay is complete without numerous swims – from the protected shores of Belongil beach at the town’s northern edge, around the headland that marks the most easterly point in Australia near Wategos beach, to the 8km wild stretch of ocean of Tallows beach that runs uninterrupted to Broken Head.
• Cape Byron Lighthouse
• Cape Byron
• Lighthouse Road
• Tallow Beach
• Belongil Beach
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