Byron Bay

Originally a logging town, then a whaling station, today a popular tourist destination for travellers from all over the world, especially young backpackers and surfers. Byron Bay’s population is about 9,000 and is the most easterly town of the Australian mainland. Known as one of the most densely creative artistic towns in Australia, can be experienced on the Byron Bay Artist Trail. The walk takes you around 15 studios and galleries in the Byron Bay Arts and Industry Park. Also a very musical town, musicians can be heard on the beaches, streets, in bars and cafés.

Nearby towns:
Kempsey | South West Rocks


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Visitor Centre

Tel: 02 6680 8558
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Attractions

Cape Byron Lighthouse

• Cape Byron Lighthouse
• Film Festival

Splendour in the Grass
Music Festival, every July
North Byron Parklands
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Bowls

Club Byron
18 Marvel Street
Tel: 02 6685 6202

 

Byron Bay

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Cape Byron Lighthouse
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Clarkes Beach
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Clarkes Beach
Beach access
Clarkes Beach
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Fishermans Lookout
Cape Byron
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Clarkes Beach