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12 Bay St, Byron Bay, 2481, Australia
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Travel Tips for Byron Bay

Watch out for sharks...

by ChristopherBell

Undoubtedly Byron is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Great weather, fantastic fishing, unbeatable surf, awesome beaches not to mention the surrounding hinterland. But to enjoy these things you have get outside the main part of Byron. The photo of me is taken on a beach near Broken Head which is about a 15 minute drive out of the town of Byron Bay and as you can see there is not a person in sight...absolutety perfect for those romantic days on a beach with that girl/guy you just met at the hostel!

Byron Bay Lighthouse

by lachydragon

Byron Bay Lighthouse is not only a beacon for ships at sea but seems to guide every visitor to the town up for its picturesque position with views out across the bay and inland to the hinterland.

Built in 1901 Byron Bay Lighthouse is a very picturesue lighthouse with lovely period lighthouse-keepers quarters now used as rental cottages (see my accommodation tips). The lighthouse is only about 400m from the most Easterly Point of the Australian Mainland and can be reached by the road vis Wategos Beach or via the walking track linking Palm Valley with Wategos Beach, the Most Easterly Point and the lighthouse itself.

The lighthouse is still an important part of Australia's marine safety network and consequently is not open for tours but I have head that it may open up within a year for small-group tours.

The views from the lighthouse are stunning as you can look due east across the Pacific Ocean, North across the white sweep of Byron Bay itself and the imposing Burringbar Range (a mountain range about 20kms North of Byron Bay) or South to the coastal towns of Lennox Heads and Ballina.

In winter the Humpback Whales are migrating North along the coastline from their home in Antarctica to their breeding grounds off Harvey Bay - there are wale watchers keeping count of the whales for scientific purposes and if you are patient enough you may catch a glimpse of one...bring your Binoculars!

Sunsets - Byron Bay

by leffe3

It's a little disconcerting when in Byron - the far end of the bay is the furthest easterly point of Australia. Thus, the best views for sunsets is at Clarke's Beach, looking directly across the bay towards Mount Warning. Why is it disconcerting? Because you are convinced that such a direction must be north - not west.

Byron Bay

by robertgaz

"Byron Bay"

Byron Bay is a beach resort town and is one of the ‘in' places for the rich and famous in Australia. Crocodile Dundee and Sandy (of Grease fame) both have homes here.

Visitors come here for swimming, surfing, shopping, dining, drinking, and diving. During summer it can get very crowded with holiday makers because Byron Bay is within easy driving distance of Sydney and Brisbane.

The beautiful sandy beaches are framed by the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean and green, lush hinterland with mountains and National Parks.

Stopped for a day, ate like kings

by Tourtech

"Stopped for a sleep and a meal"

We were driving from Brisbane to Sydney. We spent the day in Brisbane and then drove that evening to Byron Bay. Checked into a local hotel and ate dinner there. The food was amazing and so was the place.

We had breakfast the next morning, checked out the lighthouse and the area and then drove on as it was raining and not worth going to the beach.

Still, we will make Byron Bay a place to go visit for more than a night just based on the time we were there.

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