About Byron Bay

Did you know that Byron Bay is the most easterly point of the Australian coastline? With a population of just 9,000 and an estimated 1.7 million tourists visiting each year, Byron Bay is home to a growing culture fostering the arts and alternative industries. Each year Byron Bay hosts ever popular music events like "Splendour in the Grass" and "East Coast Blues and Roots Festival". Byron Bay is also renowned for its relaxed culture, breath-taking beaches, and its rural beauty. With average summer temperatures of 21C - 28C, and winter temperatures of 15C - 21C, Byron Bay is one of the most popular destinations for holiday accommodation in Australia.

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Activities in Byron Bay

  • Yoga Raw Food Retreat

    Start the day with restorative yoga and meditation followed by a delicious raw breakfast and fresh juice. Massages, Body Scrubs, Reflexology, Naturopathy, raw food dishes, fresh juices, superfood smoothies, fun hands-on cooking classes, and much more...

  • 3-hour Byron Bay Private Surf Lesson for 4 people

    Discover the ease and joy of surfing as we teach you the safest and most successful techniques for riding a wave for the first time. Your expert instructor will have your party of 4 surfing waves all the way to the beach before the end of your private 3 hour lesson. All equipment is included.

  • Whale Watching From Above

    Whale watching flights are 30 to 35 minutes long. They are available between June and mid November during the Humpback whale migration from their summer feeding grounds in Antarctica towards their north winter breeding grounds in the tropical waters of the Southern Hemisphere.

  • 3 hour Byron Bay Scuba Diving Tour

    Join our scuba tour and let us show you Julian Rocks Marine Reserve, one of Australia's most spectacular dive sites. We cater for all levels of experience.

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