With stunning natural attractions, Byron Bay is a paradise on the North Coast of NSW. You’ll be captivated by gorgeous beaches, breathtaking bushwalks in hinterland rainforest, spectacular coastal trails and amazing marine life including dolphins, turtles and whales. Laid-back, Byron Bay is a melting pot of cosmopolitan chic, alternative philosophies, beach culture and hedonistic indulgence that you won’t find anywhere else...
The beaches of Byron are nothing short of spectacular. Aloha is just a short stroll to Belongil beach which meets up with the popular Main beach. The Pass is popular for surf breaks and the walk to Fisherman's Lookout and the Lighthouse is a must. You can even spot turtles, dolphins and humpback whales in the Winter months.
Byron and surrounds are literally buzzing with an endless variety of great restaurants and cafes. Everything from groovy and casual, to chic and sophisticated. For a list of fabulous dining options and restaurants check out Destination NSW's guide by following the link here.
Byron’s cultural kaleidoscope offers a huge variety of experiences for the holiday-maker: from surfing and kayaking with dolphins to a family day at the beach; from gourmet dining to fish and chips in the park; from massages, mud-baths and meditation to cycling, skydiving and hang-gliding over the Cape.
Contrasting with the buzz of the Bay is the serenity and natural wonder of the hinterland and surrounding villages. Lush dairy farms and macadamia plantations roll across gently wooded hills overlooking the blue Pacific, Byron and Julian Rocks (Coolamon Scenic Drive, atop St Helena, offers breathtaking rural and ocean views).