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Byron Bay

Byron Bay is one of Australia’s most unique tourist destinations. It is situated 168 km South of Brisbane, less than 2 hours by car. It is Australia’s most Easterly point and the shape of its coastline is one reason for its popularity. Lush rainforest vegetation meets Pacific Ocean at many beautiful beaches along the North facing bay. Dolphins, rays, turtles and whales drift by the steep cliffs of Cape Byron. Ocean lovers will enjoy the sandy beaches, the warm and clear waters and great surfing waves.


Byron Bay attracts people from many parts of the world, not just Australia. Visitors enjoy the relaxed friendly lifestyle that comes with living in a beautiful natural place. It is clean safe town and living costs are reasonable!


Byron Bay is an experience that all visitors to Australia should not miss!


"One of the most attractive stops on the whole East Coast of Australia." - Lonely Planet

There is always somewhere to make you feel good in Byron Bay!


Night Life

After the sun sets, Byron Bay welcomes people to sample the delights of its night life.


- 3 hotels & pubs with live music 364 nights of the year


- 4 nightclubs


- 2 cinemas


 Regular music, film and art festivals, including the East Coast International Bluesfest and Roots Music festival each Easter.


 Local buskers and street performers also keep the streets alive long into the night.



Byron Bay is famous for:

- beautiful sandy beaches

- friendly people

- interesting shopping

- warm climate

- great surfing waves

- whales and dolphins

- relaxed cosmopolitan atmosphere

- no traffic lights or pollution

- mountains and rainforests

- restaurants and cafes

- beauty and healing activities


See our Byron Bay Video






The climate is one of the most comfortable in the world. Our sub tropical climate means warm breezy Summers and mild dry Winters. Byron Bay is year around paradise.


Average temperature:

Summer 28c - Winter 21c


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