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

  • The Lighthouse Flight

    This is the flight for those who just want to see Byron Bay and surrounds. It's a lovely scenic coastal flight to Cape Byron along Main Beach and around the lighthouse. Enjoy the view of Byron Bay and Tallow Beach whilst looking out for whales and dolphins along the way.

  • Microlight Scenic Flight Byron Bay

    This flight will take you all the way to Mount Warning visible from Byron Bay. We will climb to over 5000 feet to have an elevated view one of the largest calderas in the world. Views of the Great Dividing Range and the Gold Coast are spectacular. On the way back we will fly over the beaches.

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

    A private surf lesson for 3 people with your own qualified instructor. This is an intensive session designed to teach you the easiest and safest techniques for stand up surfing. Your party of 3 will ride long waves of at least 40 metres. Free use of surfboards and wetsuits 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.

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