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

  • Byron's Beaches and Headlands Flight

    This is the best way to see Byron Bay and surroundings from the air. first we will fly over Bangalow than we will turn to the coastline and Seven Mile Beach. Then we fly along Broken Head National Reserve, Tallow Beach, Cape Byron, the famous lighthouse and Main Beach for landing at Tyagarah.

  • Byron Bay Day Tour

    Head from Brisbane to the world famous surfing town of Byron Bay! You will have five hours to soak up the atmosphere of this alternative town. Explore local shops, cafes, walk the beaches, take a spa treatment or even take a dip in the beaches of Byron.

  • Half Day Byron Bay Introductory Scuba Diving

    Experience the underwater brilliance of Julian Rocks Marine Reserve, Here you will swim with tropical species such as turtles and manta rays, as well as many interesting southern ocean animals including friendly blue gropers and wobbegongs.

  • 2.5-hour Byron Bay Sea Turtle Snorkelling Tour

    If diving's not your thing then join one of our daily snorkelling trips to Julian Rocks. You will be amazed by the sea turtles, and the diversity and colour found in the reserve's clear shallow waters.

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