Byron Bay Attractions and Tours

Wategos Beach

Byron Bay

You'll adore the peaceful beauty of this sheltered beach on the northern side of Cape Byron. Protected by the headland from the wilder waters beyond, it's a fabulous spot to picnic and play. The local... bottlenose dolphins use it for recreation as well, showing off their silky surfing skills on the incoming waves. You can cook up your lunch on one of the free beachside barbecues and enjoy your picnic on the beach or at one of the picnic tables. After you've cooled off and refueled you'll be ready to tackle the steep steps at the beach's end up to Cape Byron and the lighthouse. Take a virtual tour of Wategos Beach captured with Google Street View Trekker. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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The Farm Byron Bay

Byron Bay

The Farm is principally a working farm which houses a collection of micro-businesses all sharing in a common goal. You are invited to come and see for yourself how a farm operates, supports the enviro...nment and contributes to a healthier lifestyle. ‘Grow, Feed, Educate’ is the motto and inspiration for the farm and the community at large. It is the first hand experience of seeing how food is grown and produced that makes eating it so much more pleasurable. From this simple pleasure sprouts a curiosity and desire to learn more. Enjoy your visit to The Farm and leave feeling inspired to make even the smallest change towards a healthier, more harmonious existence with their land, their animals and their communities. The Farm offers visitors an opportunity to meet our farmers and take an educational behind the scenes farm tour. Experience a guided walk around the grounds of The Farm and gain first hand knowledge of their sustainable and ethical farming practises. They welcome large or school groups who are interested in agriculture, farming and live stock. Their farmers will designate a time to take groups around and show you what they are achieving here at The Farm.

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Tallow Beach

Byron Bay

A scenic bridge between Cape Byron State Conservation Area and Broken Head Nature Reserve, Tallow Beach offers a terrific place to throw down a towel and soak up the sun. You could pull out binoculars... for an afternoon of whale watching in spring and winter though, as whales migrate between the Great Barrier Reef and Antarctica. Just 3.2km from the heart of Byron Bay, Tallow Beach is alive with osprey and white-bellied sea eagles scouring the coast in search of food. As you relax on the sand, pied oystercatchers wander past searching for pippis. Avid birdwatchers will find more to see behind the dunes adjacent to residential areas, where many paper bark trees provide plenty of hiding holes for our feathered friends. Beach fishing is possible here, as well as surfing in the right tide. For swimming and surfing, please be aware of rip tides and keep an eye on children – Tallow Beach is unpatrolled. It is, nevertheless, very popular in summer, the school holidays and Easter, so arrive early for the best spot. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Spell & The Gypsy Collective

Byron Bay

Spell & The Gypsy Collective is a modern fashion store in Byron Bay, inspired by far-off places, vintage treasures and childhood memories. Their bohemian-style range is known for its signature prints,... maxi dresses, flowing kimonos and unique swimwear. The label was started by two sisters, Isabella and Elizabeth, and is a favourite with celebrities like Margot Robbie, Chrissy Teigan, Miley Cyrus and Vanessa Hudgens. All garments are proudly designed and sampled in the Arts & Industry Estate of Byron Bay, and produced ethically in factories around the world.

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Ripple Byron Bay Massage And Beauty Day Spa

Byron Bay

Ripple Byron Bay Massage and Beauty Day Spa offer lush spa packages, professional experienced massage therapists and full beauty services! Ripple is the perfect way to relax on holidays. They offer fr...ee day spa treatments in every package like exfoliation, mini facials, foot soaks and body scrubs. Professional, reliable, accredited hand picked massage and beauty therapists to you within an hour, same day. Large menu of massage styles including relaxation massage, aromatherapy, remedial massage, deep tissue, pregnancy massage, hot stone massage, and even a chocolate or coffee massage. Full beauty services as well including facials, nails and body scrubs. Great for women, men, couples, hens parties, girls weekends or those just wanting to escape. Ripple has a great team of mobile massage therapists in Byron Bay, all fully accredited. Book ahead to get your preferred day and time. Ripple comes to you all Byron Bay and surrounds with mobile massage and beauty services.

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Pinot & Picasso Byron Bay

Byron Bay

Pinot and Picasso is Australia’s number one Paint and Sip Experience! They have over 50 studios operating around the country. Pinot and Picasso allow you to take on some of the basic (and some more ...advanced) techniques of painting on canvas, in a hassle-free, approachable and collaborative setting. Enjoy a night of BYO wine and painting as their expert Pinot and Picasso hosts deliver each session with comprehensive step by step instruction with plenty room left for your inner-Picasso to run wild. By the end of the night, even all you ‘non-creatives’ will be taking home your very own Picasso!

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Palm Valley

Byron Bay

Not far from Byron Bay's iconic lighthouse, Palm Valley or The Pass,' as locals call it is a terrific base for exploring nearby attractions. Delicious, seasonal meals can be found at The Pass Caf, or ...take advantage of the large grassy picnic areas by bringing your own packed lunch and meat for the barbecues. Picnic tables overlook The Pass beach, popular for its surf and a great place to spend afternoons swimming or lying on the sand. An even better view of the surrounding area can be found nearby at Fishermans lookout. If you enjoy walking and birdwatching, you'll want to check out a short wheelchair-accessible track adjacent to the parking area, which meanders through lush coastal palm rainforest. A longer walk will lead you up over the hill to Wategos Beach, and all the way to the stunning Cape Byron Lighthouse. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Lord Byron Distillery

Byron Bay

Lord Byron Distillery believe everyone deserves to know where their drinks come from and how they are made. Lord Byron Distillery started in Byron Bay so they could distil artisanal spirits for the di...scerning consumer from ingredients sourced from their own family farm and other local growers. Produced with the dedication, care and passion of a bygone era, combining sustainability with provenance – Lord Byron Distillery delivers a premium experience for all to share and enjoy.

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Julian Rocks Nguthungull Nature Reserve

Byron Bay

Julian Rocks is 80 hectares of aquatic reserve with many species of tropical and temperate fish. The aquatic reserve is designed to protect marine life. Consequently collecting or destroying animals i...s prohibited, as is spear fishing. Activities include: diving, bird watching, fishing and photography. Diving: renowned for its diversity of fish, corals and sponges. Bird watching: the rocks are also a bird sanctuary for gulls, terns, tattlers, cormorants and plovers. The return of seabirds to the rocks at sunset provides spectacular viewing and a great opportunity for the photographer. Fishing: line fishing is permitted. Take only the fish you need to satisfy your immediate needs.

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Island Luxe Tribe

Byron Bay

Bring a piece of Byron Bay style home with the handcrafted textiles, linen, wall hangings, furniture, lamps and accessories at Island Luxe Tribe. You’ll also find a range of high-end clothing, shoes... and jewellery. The store is carefully curated and stocked with one of a kind pieces created by local and international designers. Around the corner is a sale store, Past Collections, offering discounted pieces from previous seasons.

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Driftlab – Byron Bay

Byron Bay

A locally Owned Independent Boutique of Australian and International Brands. You'll find unique artisan pieces at Driftlab. Locally made or internationally sourced, every item of men's or women's clot...hing, accessory, skin-care product, book, artwork, music sampling and vintage home-ware have been carefully selected and curated. Driftlab carefully selects unique and precious items that embody the culture and beach lifestyle of the region. You are bound to find inspiration and charm here.

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Craig Parry Gallery

Byron Bay

Situated in Jonson Street Byron Bay, Craig's photography gallery exhibits beautiful and inspiring images of Northern NSW, Craig's award winning images take you on a journey underneath the oceans surfa...ce and above the Australian landscape. His gallery also exhibits the only underwater image captured of Migaloo the albino Humpback that migrate past the east coast of Australia each year.

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Captain Cook lookout and picnic area

Byron Bay

Captain Cook lookout and picnic area in Cape Byron State Conservation Area provides parking and access to one of Australia's most popular beaches. Under the shadow of the iconic Cape Byron Lighthouse,... you can step out on the popular Cape Byron walking track, an invigorating 3.7km walk taking in coastal cliffs, rainforest and spectacular beaches. With loads of parking and easy access to the beach, it's a family-friendly picnic spot with something for everyone. Head down for a refreshing swim in the crystal clear waters before enjoying a picnic lunch. Enjoy the reviving coastal breezes and natural beauty of the surrounding headlands, rainforest and beaches. Keep your eyes peeled for dolphins frolicking in the waves and be sure to pack your binoculars if you're visiting during whale watching season. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Cape Byron State Conservation Area

Byron Bay

For over a century, the elegant Cape Byron Lighthouse has graced Australia's most easterly point. Its powerful lamp still burns brightly across the bay and you can visit this historic landmark or even... stay in one of the charming keepers' cottages. If you'd prefer to be closer to the beach, there's a choice of award-winning eco-tourism beach cottages within the park. Cape Byron is a brilliant location for whale watching and the walking track provides spine-tingling views of the surrounding coast and ocean. You can enjoy a bite to eat at the Cape Cafe, with panoramic views across the hinterland to Byron Bay. Spend the afternoon relaxing on the beach try The Pass, Wategos or Tallows. If you're feeling more adventurous, there's great diving, snorkelling, surfing, hang gliding and kayaking go on your own or with licensed tour operators. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Cape Byron Headland and Lighthouse

Byron Bay

The Cape Byron Headland Reserve is a State Conservation Area managed by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. It comprises spectacular sea cliffs, rare and beautiful coastal vegetation, spectac...ular beaches and a high quality walking track system that offers spectacular views of both the surrounding Cape Byron Marine Park and the hinterland to the west. Situated on the most easterly point of mainland Australia, the reserve is a popular tourist destination. The Cape Byron Lighthouse and lighthouse keepers cottages, built in 1901, are an outstanding feature of the reserve. All the buildings are listed on the National Estate Register, and offer visitors an insight into what life was like in the days of the lighthouse keepers. Aboriginal culture is alive and well at Cape Byron. The Cape is very special to the Bundjalung of Byron Bay (Arakwal) Aboriginal people.

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Byron Theatre

Byron Bay

The Byron Theatre is part of the Byron Community Centres’ not for profit social enterprise model. As a social enterprise, tickets to events in our theatre are worth a lot more than their dollar valu...e! This means that funds raised from ticket sales will go towards a good cause and are used to provide services, projects and events that benefit our local community here in Byron Bay. So every time you attend an event in our theatre you’re helping us run vibrant and inclusive cultural programs for our local community. The Byron Theatre Events Bar and courtyard are always available for all evening events. The Theatre bar offers a fantastic selection of local beers, wines, non-alcoholic beverages and snacks.

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Blackdog Surfing Surf School

Byron Bay

Blackdog Surfing is a family-owned company that is one of four surf schools that has a licence to teach surfing on the beautiful beaches of Byron Bay. Byron Bay has the best learn to surf waves in Aus...tralia and is also suitable for all levels of surfers. Blackdog Surfing guarantees you will stand up on your first lesson or come again free! Everything you will need to go surfing is provided, all you have to bring are swimmers, a towel plus a smile. They have a group and private Surf Lessons. Their group lessons are for ages 12yrs and up!

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Art & Wine Co Byron Bay

Byron Bay

Art & Wine Co Byron Bays premier art and wine experience. Located in the heart of Byron Bay, embrace your creative spirit, and enjoy a sensory experience of Art, Wine and Music. The local artists cura...te Kids Creative Arts Classes and Adults Painting, Ceramics, Collage and Illustration Classes. BYO wine and food.

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Arakwal National Park

Byron Bay

In 2001, a historic agreement was reached between the NSW State Government and the Byron Bay Arakwal Aboriginal community. Arakwal National Park is the result and has many guises today: it's an import...ant part of Aboriginal heritage; it's a haven for migratory birds and animals; and it's a gift to travellers looking to escape the chaos of the thriving holiday town. Co-managed by NPWS and its traditional owners, Arakwal features 3km of gorgeous beach bordered by sand dunes and rich coastal heath. All of this is just a stone's throw from the towering white icon of Cape Byron Lighthouse, meaning it's closer to the town than it feels. Bring a towel for swimming or surfing. Once you walk out of the carpark and onto the sand, you'll forget all about Byron Bay and focus upon the birds and whale watching in the vast Pacific Ocean, which stretches as far as you can see. **To keep visitors safe ALL camping in NSW national parks now requires a booking. For day visitors, please plan ahead and visit outside of peak periods (11am and 2pm). Check park alerts and visit COVID-19 updates for more information before visiting any park – www.nationalparks.nsw.gov.au **

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Avis Car Rental Byron Bay

Byron Bay

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