The easternmost town in mainland Australia is famous for its surf culture, chic local shops and restaurants, and stunning beaches. Relax on the beach, catch the sunrise from the Cape Byron lighthouse, explore one of the many rainforest walking tracks and treat yourself with organic cuisine.
Have a big day out in Byron, explore the national park, enjoy the 2 hour guided walk to the base of the magnificent Minyon Falls, swim in the clear pristine fresh water pools, get up and close to the wildlife, or get in touch with nature. Stopping for BBQ lunch before arriving at the spectacular little town of Bangalow, explore the local shops, galleries and cafes. Before winding through the hinterland and uncovering un-spoilt towns sprinkled throughout the countryside.
Take it down a notch and relax on the Brunswick River Nature Kayak Tour. The Brunswick River is one of the most beautiful river systems in New South Wales. The tours are run at the top of the tide when the waters create a crystal clear and calm oasis for kayaking in. This kayak tour is a gentle paced adventure along peaceful waters where the only interruption will be from local sea birds and wildlife calling out as you cruise by. Paddle past sand dunes that separate the river from the beach whilst taking in the stunning scenery, and take a break on the river bank for a swim and a snack. The tour is led by local nature enthusiasts who are also trained surf lifesavers.
Experience the best of Byron Bay in this comprehensive full day tour. Your first stop will take you to the iconic Byron Bay Lighthouse where you will enjoy 360 degree views over the stunning mountain landscape and Pacific Ocean. Visitors during May to October travel to the lighthouse to witness the annual whale migration. Your next stop will be at The Farm, a sustainable farm and food experience with pigs, Scottish Highland cattle and chickens. In the Byron Hinderland, marvel at the natural crystals and garden labyrinth within the mystical Crystal Castle. You will then enjoy a BBQ-style lunch and have some free time to explore the town of Bangalow before returning back to Byron Bay.
Your kayak tour begins on the beach front in Byron Bay where you will pair up on 2-person kayaks and have a quick kayaking lesson. Once you hit the ocean you will paddle out past the shore break and learn about local Aboriginal stories and sacred places, paddle along 'The Pass' surfing mecca and Australia's most easterly point, Cape Byron. Here you can take in the stunning views of the stunning coastline of Byron Bay and its famous Cape Byron Lighthouse, and keep an eye out for dolphins, whales and turtles popping up in the Cape Byron Marine Park. As you paddle back to the main beach you can even surf a wave back to the shore.
Sunrise flights over the Byron Bay region – Australia’s most easterly point – gives you the unique opportunity to be the first to watch the morning’s sunrise over the Australian mainland from the air. Each of the Byron Bay region flights is unique and the location of the morning’s launch site will depend on the wind conditions of the day, so your flight could be taking in magnificent views of the ocean, the hinterland, or the vast diversity of scenery around the famed counterculture meccas of Bangalow, Mullumbimby, Nimbin or Lismore.
Delta Kay, an Arakwal Bundjalung woman enthusiastic about sharing Aboriginal culture, leads this Aboriginal Tour where guests can gain insight into the pre-colonial Aboriginal way of life, including land care and preservation. Along with teaching guests some Bundjalung language, on this tour Delta also provides explanations on local land formations, bush food and other Aboriginal artefacts.
In this exciting half day tour you will explore the Byron Lighthouse, a popular viewing spot during May - October to spot whales migrating in the Pacific Ocean. Enjoy spectacular 360 views of the stunning mountain ranges and ocean and have your photo taken at the most easterly point of the Australian Mainland before visiting The Farm. Home to pigs, Scottish Highland cattle and free-roaming chickens, The Farm is a sustainable-farming and food experience, with flowers, macadamia and pecan plantations. Your final stop will be in the town of Bangalow with time to explore the local shops, galleries and cafes.
The Night Vision Walk is a truly one-of-a-kind experience. Imagine exploring the Australian rainforest at night, searching for nocturnal wildlife. Instead of wielding a torch, you’re incognito, wearing special night vision goggles. This is military grade technology that lets you see animals as they go about their business.
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