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Byron Bay Visitor Information & Tips

Camping in Byron Bay

Camping in Byron Bay allows you to immerse yourself in Byron Bay’s pristine natural environment while accessing some of the town’s best locations. With the beach or bushland right on your doorstep, wake to the sounds of the waves and the cruisy camping vibe. Whether you’re pitching a tent, towing a caravan or camper-trailer, renting >>read more…

Backpacking in Byron Bay

Backpacking in Byron Bay is a quintessential way to experience this internationally-renowned backpacker haven. Today’s worldwide backpacker phenomenon was driven by the counter-culture adventurers of the 60s and 70s – pioneering surfers in search of perfect breaks and hippies looking for freedom from the ills of modernity – many of whom stopped when they reached >>read more…

Festivals of Byron

Byron Bay has an undisputable reputation for beautiful beaches, the spectacular lighthouse walk, dolphin and whale tours and it is recognized as a hub for some of Australia’s most well known festivals. Splendour in the Grass is an internationally famous music festival that is synonymous with Byron Bay. The eclectic and well-known line up of >>read more…

Walking Trails in Byron Bay

Naturally, the greatest bushwalking experience is to simply immerse yourself in the pristine environment, revive, rejuvenate and breathe in fresh air. Whether you’re looking to be active or just take time to reflect, Byron Bay’s National Parks have plenty to offer. There’s a range of walking trails providing a great way to explore the beauty >>read more…

Learning English in Byron Bay

Do you speak English? Fact: The English language is the third most natively spoken language in the world. It’s a well-known fact that Byron Bay is one of the best destinations in Australia for a sun, sand and sea holiday. But a lesser-known fact is that it’s also one of the best destinations in Australia >>read more…

Byron Bay Air Activities

The air up there Byron Bay may be well-known for its sun, sand and land based-adventures, but there are other, less sure footed ways, to take it all in. From drifting over Cape Byron in a hot air balloon, helicopter, or hang glider to freefalling above the countryside on a tandem skydive, there’s no better >>read more…

Byron Bay in Winter

Blessed with warm azure waters, breathtaking beaches, and a balmy climate Byron Bay has long been a haven for sun-seeking holiday makers. Yet while Byron may be one of the world's most sought after summertime destinations, with the average daytime temperature in winter sitting at a moderate 22C it's also one of Australia's hottest winter >>read more…

A whale of a time in Byron Bay!

Byron locals are well acquainted to surf and skate lingo such as (barrel, aerial, snap, floater, wipeout, tube, tail grab, ollie and grind…but during whale season from June to November it’s ‘whale words’ like fin slap, tail slap, breach, blow, fluke up dive and round out that are the talk of the town. Byron Bay >>read more…

Bay FM – 99.9 FM

Byron Bay is a popular tourist destination for more than just its beautiful beaches. The vibrant personality of the town, which is created by the friendly locals, also draws people in. This personality is shown off on the local community radio station Bay FM. Run by volunteers, Bay FM gives the locals a chance to >>read more…