Byron Bay Attractions and Tours

Ballina Adventure Park

Ballina

Paintball Skirmish Ballina Byron, formally known as Ballina Adventure Park, has been providing awesome paintball activities and gaming at affordable prices for over 18 years. They pride themselves in providing... a high quality and reliable skirmish service to their gamers, who should only expect the very best experience. Take your pick of multiple playing fields, paintball battles and skirmish packages. Special paintball deals for bucks and hens parties, large groups or workplace combat team building events. Accommodation options nearby.

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Ballina Book Shop

Ballina

Located in the heart of Ballina - The Ballina Book Shop is your one stop shop for books, CDs, DVDs and gifts. The latest new releases, self help books, travel guides, local stories and so much more all... in one spot. The friendly team can help you find the perfect gift or keepsake.

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Ballina Disc Golf

Ballina

Bicentennial Gardens in Ballina is home to the Northern Rivers first disc golf course. Discs are available for purchase or hire from the Ballina Visitor Information Centre located on River Street. Alternatively,... take your own disc to the course as it is free to play. Great activity for kids of all ages. Disc golf is played in a similar concept to golf, however a frisbee is used instead of a ball. This is a great activity for all ages. Enjoy a great day out with your family and friends at the nine hole, 28 par disc golf course. Entry to the DiscGolfPark is free and is open dawn until dusk.

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Ballina Fair Cinema

Ballina

Fancy a Flick? Catch up on the latest block-buster movies for a reasonable price at Ballina Fair Cinema, the shire's only contemporary, surround-sound cinema. Located alongside Ballina Fair's outdoor food... piazza, why not enjoy a meal and a movie! The Ballina Fair Cinemas shows all the latest releases seven days a week. They have both 2D and 3D cinemas for your viewing pleasure.

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Ballina Fair Shopping Centre

Ballina

Even on holidays you need to head to the shops and The Ballina Fair offers everything under one roof, with easy parking and Ballina's only movie theatre. You'll find the major shopping stores like Woolworths,... Target and Best and Less and over 50 specialty stores. An outdoor food piazza offers a selection of dining options.

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Ballina Health and Beauty

Ballina

Ballina Health and Beauty is a leading beauty salon in the Ballina region. Highly skilled therapists will take care of you offering a broad range of traditional and contemporary beauty treatments all individually... tailored to your suit your skin. Enjoy an oasis of calm and tranquillity, to restore well-being inside and out. Located in TerryWhite Chemmart, River Street, Ballina you will find the salon an inviting space where you can relax and let the professional and friendly team pamper you. It is a fully certified Environ and Clarins spa and only uses premium products that are gentle on your skin.

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Ballina Historic Waterfront Trail

Ballina

The Ballina Historic Waterfront Trail is made up of 19 interpretive plaques stretching along the walkway from Fawcett Park in the central business district through to North Wall. The trail provides insights... into the historic importance of the Richmond River to the Ballina Shire's earliest European settlers and residents. You may also spot the ever playful dolphins in and around the bridge and the mouth of the river. The end of North Wall is a great vantage point to Whale Watch in season and to see the local fishing trawlers going out to sea at sunset is nothing short of spectacular. The area boasts plenty of the best spots to catch the elusive fish of the Richmond River. Surf schools are often seen giving their lessons to beginners in the gentle surf rolling in from the ocean up the mouth of the river.

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Ballina Memorial Pool and Waterslide

Ballina

The new facilities at the Ballina Memorial Swimming Pool opened in July 2018. The new facility includes: 50 metre heated pool with eight 2.5 metre-wide lanes for competition swimming and water polo games;... 25 metre by 15 metre heated enclosable pool; access ramps into all pools; wet play splash areas for children; new amenities building and transparent fencing along the Richmond River; two waterslides - a shorter slide for a gentle ride, and a longer faster slide for the waterslide enthusiast. Food and drinks can be purchased from the pool kiosk, and picnic tables are on the grounds with free barbecues are available for your use.

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Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum

Ballina

Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum is home to a stunning collection of history and memorabilia. These include the last remaining Las Balsas expedition raft which travelled from Ecuador to Australia forty... years ago, the largest collection of ship models in Australia, rare and unique shipwreck items, and the fascinating history of the Port of Ballina. The museum features DVD showings and interactive displays - perfect for the kids - as well as plenty to keep the adults interested such as recreated scenes from naval vessels, a tribute to women in the navy, and an extensive collection of naval uniforms. Offering guided tours for large groups, a souvenir and gift shop, and open seven days from 9am to 4pm, why not take the time to discover the remarkable history of the Ballina area at the Ballina Naval and Maritime Museum.

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Ballina RSL Club

Ballina

The Ballina RSL Club offers uninterrupted views of the majestic Richmond River and is proudly recognised as the premier family and community club in the Northern Rivers. Their stunning contemporary interiors... are stylish and chic yet inviting, relaxing and comfortable. They offer an air-conditioned kids club, live music, two floors of beverage and café outlets, a modern bistro, five function spaces and endless member offers and competitions. Free live entertainment, shows, weddings and events are all held at the club throughout the year.

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Ballina Surf Beaches

Ballina

Whether you're a toddler dipping your toes in for the first time, or a world-class surfer, with over 32 kilometres of coastline to choose from, it's easy to find the ideal swimming or surfing spot in Ballina.... There are calm sandy beaches and shoals on the banks of the Richmond River, rising swells perfect for a body bash at one of the many beaches and there are often perfect barrels rolling of North Wall and the world famous right hand break at Lennox Point. There are beaches that allow four wheel drive vehicle access and some that allow dogs and horses. Local operators offer horse riding on isolated beaches, both north and south of Ballina. It's the stuff that postcards are made of.

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Ballina Ten Pin Bowl

Ballina

Ballina Ten Pin Bowl is the ideal option for a wet weather activity or simply to add some fun to your day. Challenge your travel mates to a game or come along and join the locals and make some new friends.... The bowling alley is air-conditioned and has a snack bar on site for refreshments. Glow in the Dark bowling from midday everyday. Free instruction is provided to newcomers. Groups, special events, functions and parties are all catered for and provide a unique venue for any event.

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Bangalow and Ballina Remedial Massage

Ballina

Experience the relaxation and deep healing of therapeutic massage right in the heart of beautiful Bangalow village or the beauty that is Ballina. From gentle relaxation to deep tissue remedial, they tailor... their massage to suit each person’s individual needs. If you are suffering from tension, a sporting injury or just want some special time to unwind, they will ensure you walk out feeling rejuvenated, healed and deeply relaxed. Healing for body, mind and emotion.

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Cherry Street Sports

Ballina

At Cherry Street Sports you are spoilt for choice with many options to suit the entire family. Sporties Cafe and Restaurant is open for lunch and dinner with daily offers and promotions and an extensive... menu that is family friendly. Kids will enjoy the kids play area and the club hosts various activities to keep the kids entertained during the school holidays. Have a day on the green with family and friends and check out the what's on guide to see what's happening. Enjoy a wine or specialty cocktail from their extensive list while enjoying live entertainment at the hub of local music for the region.

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Creative Artisans Gallery

Ballina

Creative Artisans Gallery is all original work with most of the items such as the jewellery, woodwork and silk, being 'one-off' designs. The gallery aims to showcase original creations and artwork from... local artists and artisans. It is owned and managed by local women who have lived and worked in the shire for many years. Purchasing artwork from the gallery ensures an income for the artisans, and local suppliers and creates jobs within the community. There are so many very talented people who do not have the opportunity to have their work presented for sale on an ongoing basis - not just in exhibitions that may last from a couple of days to a month.

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Frangipani Beauty Spa

Ballina

Frangipani Beauty Spa in the North Coast's anti-ageing medi spa. The outdoor hydrotherapy spa is a great way to relax and unwind. With state of the art technology and highly trained staff, you will leave... feeling refreshed and relaxed. At Frangipani Beauty Spa they make your visit unforgettable, taking you on a journey of discovery.

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Frangipani Lifestyle

Ballina

Find your style and feel great in stunning natural fabrics and seasonal colours. Frangipani Lifestyle stock an extensive range of seasonal fashions, home grown and overseas labels in organic cottons, linens... and silks. It is not just about the look, it is about your lifestyle. Frangipani is the answer to all your fashion needs.

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Gather By Manuka Honey

Ballina

An Australian company located in Ballina, Gather By produce premium Manuka Honey. Visit them at their production facility on a weekday and sample their products and purchase direct. The team at Gather... By will explain the process and promote the optimal physical environments in which bees produce premium pure and potent honeys for therapeutic and medicinal purposes.

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I Luv Lollies

Ballina

I Luv Lollies is The Northern Rivers original lolly store specialising in over 500 types of awesomely delicious gourmet lollies and chocolates. Founded in Ballina, NSW in 1983, I Luv Lollies is The Northern... Rivers original lolly store that specialises in over 500 types of awesomely delicious gourmet lollies and chocolates. Due to demand in 2015, I Luv Lollies launched an online store to service the wider Australian community with all their sweets and treats.

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Ignite Studios

Ballina

Ignite Studios at Northern Rivers Community Gallery, housed in the historic former Ballina Fire Station is a dynamic community engaged cultural hub. It supports and develops cultural and artistic pursuits... and hosts a range of creative events, pop-up exhibitions, bookable workshops and has spaces available for hire. Ignite Studios offers two venues to support four activities for the growing demand of local arts and cultural activities. This includes Creative Studio Spaces; an Artist-in-Residence Space; Workshop Spaces and an experimental project space utilising the original ‘Engine Room’. The ‘Engine Room’ doubles as both an art education and an experimental art project space.

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Lotus Blossom

Ballina

Find your yin and yang in the heart of the Ballina CBD at Lotus Blossom. Improve your well being with the ancient art of traditional Chinese medicine. Lotus Blossom offer acupunture, reflexology, cupping,... massage and herbs as popular methods of treatment to restore energy and address pain in the body.

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Northern Rivers Community Gallery

Ballina

The Northern Rivers Community Gallery (NRCG) has established itself as a significant regional cultural hub and creative catalyst in the Northern Rivers. NRCG exhibitions and programs promote critical thinking,... creative exploration and social cohesion and connect artists, makers and audiences with creative opportunities. Ballina Shire Council established the NRCG in 2007 in the historic former Ballina Municipal Council Chambers. Built in 1927, Council renovated this building to the highest standard in lighting, climate control and security. Adjacent to the gallery in the same building is the popular Ballina Gallery Cafe. The gallery features four exhibition spaces and presents a range of professional, multi-arts and cultural programs incorporating diverse events, public programs and residencies. NRCG provides opportunities for emerging and established artists to hire galleries and exhibit and sell their work under subsidised arrangements. In 2018 NRCG expanded into the heritage listed former Ballina Fire station, which reopened as Ignite Studios @NRCG. Ignite Studios, Ballina’s newest multidisciplinary creative space provides dedicated, fit-for-purpose, creative spaces for studios, residencies, projects and events.

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Norton Street Heritage Trail

Ballina

This interesting heritage trail takes in Ballina's most historic precinct - Norton Street. Norton Street began as a bustling thoroughfare and transformed into Ballina's most prestigious residential address.... Gorgeous houses and buildings line both sides of the street, each with its own tale to tell. A highlight of the walk is Ballina Manor Boutique Hotel, formerly North Coast Girls College, which also offers free tours of the house every day. Flanked by hundred year old Norfolk Pines, this leisurely walk is the perfect way to spend an hour discovering Ballina's rich heritage. A free guide to the Norton Street Heritage Trail, including maps and a brief history of each landmark, is available from the Ballina Visitor Information Centre, which is located on the corner of River and Norton Streets.

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Red Earth Jewellery

Ballina

A locally owned and operated store since 2011. Red Earth offers quality semi-precious stones, crystals and silver jewellery at affordable prices. The owners can custom make you a unique piece and carry... out repairs. They have on display an amazing collection of unique and unusual gifts and stock a vast range of gemstones including Australian Opals. Specialising in sterling silver, this is one experience lovers of precious things will really enjoy.

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Red Lane Shoes

Ballina

This little shop in Ballina's River Street has the most amazing range of shoes! They are talking beautiful shoes, quality shoes and a wide selection from casual to formal wear. Red Lane Shoes is one little... find you'll treasure and keep coming back to time and time. Red lane Shoes Ballina has been operating in the local community for 16 years. Red Lane Shoes and is one of the largest stockist of exclusive European designed and made women's footwear and accessories. Currently they stock over 20 brands, some of their well known and every enduring brands: Hogl, Hispanitas, Peter Kaiser, Azuree, Olga berg, Etiquette, Gianni Zenn, Neo.

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Sea Silks Gallery

Ballina

This beautiful gallery is located in the heart of Ballina under the Ramada Hotel, and overlooking the Richmond River. The gallery is a collective of the finest local silk and glass artists living in the... beautiful region of Northern NSW. They all have a close connection with Mother Nature and their work reflects her amazing beauty. Kim Michelle Toft's vivid hand painted silks and environmental children's books of the underwater world, Jacqueline King's exquisite one-off glass pieces, Helen Dunn's playful silk and crystal birds, Arnie Gautsch's intricately etched glass, and Trudy Gautsch's stunning glass jewellery make up the collective. All the artists work in the gallery. Book into one of Kim's silk painting workshops and discover how you too can create a masterpiece. What a brilliant reason to visit Ballina and call in to enjoy unique local art at its best!

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Still at the Centre

Ballina

Feeling creative? Whether you are visiting Ballina or Byron Shire, discover one of Still at the Centre's beautiful art spaces dedicated to your creativity and inspiration. Browse the extensive range of... art materials and meet the friendly, quality staff - most of them artists who will give you tips and suggestions. You might even be tempted into creating a masterpiece with their exclusive 'Ballina Prawn Pink' paint. Still at the Centre also offer workshops and demos. If art interests you get in touch.

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Zoom Coffee

Ballina

Zoom Coffee is an award winning NSW north coast Company with smart branding, even slicker technology and a passion for their product located in Ballina. Recognising the value of finding the best coffee... farmers from around the world, the Zoom Coffee team has done all of the hard work for the coffee-lover, sourcing the finest coffee beans from ethical coffee farms and then roasting them in a small batch roaster to bring out the best flavours. Zoom Coffee has won an abundance of awards including the Bronze Medal three years running in the ‘Equal Golden Bean Coffee Roaster Awards’, for the highly-competitive ‘Organic’ and ‘Australian Grown’ category.

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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 important... 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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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 curate... Kids Creative Arts Classes and Adults Painting, Ceramics, Collage and Illustration Classes. BYO wine and food.

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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 Australia... 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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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 value!... 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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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, spectacular... 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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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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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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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 surface... 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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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 clothing,... 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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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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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 is... 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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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 discerning... 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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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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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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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 free... 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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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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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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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 environment... 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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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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Avis Car Rental Byron Bay

Byron Bay

Hours of Operation: Sun 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Anchor Chief

Lennox Head

Blending Classic surf style with street fashion, Anchor Chief brings you the best selection, service and price. Situated in the surf mecca of Lennox Head, make sure you stop in to see the large range of... boards, shoes, eyewear, shirts, playsuits, dressed and more. Stocking major brands like Thrills, Afends, One Teaspoon, Rhythm and All About Eve to name a few. So for fresh threads or surf hardwear, shop at Anchor Chief - the lifestyle enthusiasts. Coastal chicks and surf rats agree - they keep it frothy!

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Inner Beauty

Lennox Head

Feel and look great after a visit to this unique little beauty boutique tucked away in sea-side Lennox Head. This is a popular place with locals, that has earned an excellent reputation for the care and... attention that you receive. Experience the 'Royal Treatment' and enjoy a luxurious facial, a massage, manicure or pedicure. Their team is highly-trained and it shows, offering precision in all the essentials of beauty such as waxing, tinting, eyelash extensions and tanning as well. Whether you are looking for a relaxing treatment, a special package to treat yourself, a team to make your bridal party shine or just want to pop in for a quick beauty service - Inner Beauty will turn your experience into an indulgent one.

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Lake Ainsworth

Lennox Head

Lake Ainsworth, a tea-tree stained dunal lake, is very popular with locals and visitors. The lake is located at the northern end of Pacific Parade and is complemented by wonderful barbecue and picnic facilities.... It's an exhilarating experience to swim between the salty ocean and the fresh water lake. It's also suitable for stand-up paddle boards, kayaking and canoeing. The recreation facilities at the lake now include pathways, new barbecues, picnic tables and formalised parking. The lake can be affected by blue green algae at times. Be sure to check the website for official advice related to the blue green algae status to ensure it is safe to undertake water activities prior to planning a visit.

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Australian Seabird Rescue

Ballina

The Australian Seabird Rescue, Research, Rehabilitation and Coastal Education Centre in Ballina offers a comprehensive educational experience for people of all ages. All presentations include a one-hour... informative talk by one of their trained volunteers, as well as a chance to see wildlife that may be in their care. Animals that you may get the opportunity to get a close-up look at may include pelicans, other sea birds, shorebirds, and even the fascinating and endangered sea turtles. As well as hosting school holiday tours, Australian Seabird Rescue runs group tours (for 10 or more) at any time and can also provide morning tea or lunch. An Australian Seabird Rescue team member will talk to people about the life-saving work they do, display photos of rescues and releases and show how they catch injured birds. Then it’s out to the sea turtle nest display to learn about sea turtles nesting on our beaches in the Summer. The interactive tour is suitable for all age groups and most young children are totally enthralled by the presentation and the chance to be involved in the fun demonstrations.

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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 important... 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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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 curate... Kids Creative Arts Classes and Adults Painting, Ceramics, Collage and Illustration Classes. BYO wine and food.

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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 Australia... 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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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 value!... 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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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, spectacular... 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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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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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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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 surface... 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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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 clothing,... 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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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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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 is... 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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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 discerning... 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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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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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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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 free... 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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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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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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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 environment... 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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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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Avis Car Rental Byron Bay

Byron Bay

Hours of Operation: Sun 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Avis Car Rental Ballina

Ballina

Pick up your vehicle from Ballina Byron Gateway Airport the preferred way. A quick sign-up online with AVIS Preferred will give you priority service and complete control over your rental experience. Save... time with faster pick-ups and returns, share the drive with free additional drivers, and gain points for your favourite frequent flyer programs.

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Byron Bay Coastal Walks

Lennox Head

Immerse yourself in nature and experience the very best of our region on foot. Choose from our half , four or six day itineraries - or create your own! Our aim is to ensure you have a holiday experience... perfectly suited to you. Our spectacular coastline is what draws millions of visitors to this region every year, but very few get to even scratch the surface of what’s really on offer. Our walks offer a more connected and enriching experience. Connect to nature and get all the local intel on the best places to eat, shop, play and indulge. Our knowledge of the area and close relationships with suppliers, means that we can create the holiday of your dreams. You tell us the experience you want, and leave the rest to us.

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Earth Kitesurfing

Lennox Head

Lessons with Earth Kitesurfing School are the safest, most enjoyable and exciting way to begin your kitesurfing adventure. Earth Kitesurfing would love to share their passion for kitesurfing with you.... Their goal is to help each and every customer to become an independent kiter through safe instruction. Earth Kitesurfing are blessed here in the Northern Rivers with some amazing uncrowded spots to teach, endless sea breezes both in the ocean waves and in flat water. This is the perfect combination for students of any skill level to come and enjoy some time on the water, whether you’re a complete beginner or an experienced kiter. Kitesurfing is a relatively easy sport, with the correct instruction. Harnessing the energy of the elements, however, it can be dangerous when you have little or no experience, which is why lessons with a professional kitesurfing school are a must!

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Air T & G Pty Ltd

Ballina

Check out Byron Bay from their perspective! Helicopter rides anywhere, everytime. Awesome unobstructed views of magnificent scenery as well as dolphins, rays and whales. Whether it’s a wild or mild experience... that you are looking for, their experienced and professional staff will ensure you find it there with them. The only way to see this area. Tailor made flights, courtesy car available on request, gift vouchers available, flight training, surveys, aerial film/photography, weddings, special occasions, sunset/sunrise champagne flights, general hire.

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Ballina Surf School

Ballina

Ballina Surf School has licenced and accredited coaches that will get your surfing fine-tuned. With long time local knowledge of all the best spots including the Surfing Reserve of Lennox Head, Cape Byron... Marine Park and local Ballina Beaches, they can get you to the best location of the day for your surfing needs. Ballina Surf specialises in technique improvement through progressive sessions and doesn't leave you in the white water. Video analysis is available. They cater up to the advanced surfer and coach both local and visiting surfers.

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Behind the Barrel

Ballina

Take a behind the scenes look at the Byron Bay craft brewery and distillery industry. They will take you to various breweries and distilleries and give you a look at the processes they use in the production... of craft beer and spirits. Meet the local brewers and distillers and find out how they got to where they are today. It’s more than just beer drinking, it's about the passion these people have for the industry and Australian craft beer and spirits.

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Classic Aero Adventure Flights

Ballina

Join Classic Aero Adventure Flights to experience the sights, sounds, and thrill of flight from a bygone era. Soar above the Northern Rivers coastline and countryside in an award-winning ex-RAAF CT-4;... a type flown by generations of Air Force pilots. Flights range from family-friendly Coastal experiences to an Aerobatic Adventure for those that are more daring. Flights are conducted daily from the Ballina-Byron Gateway Airport.

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Poliglide – Paragliding and Paramotor School

Ballina

Poliglide Paragliding and Paramotor School is situated in Ballina NSW and uses a base in Lennox Head at Pat Morton lookout. Lennox is just 10 minutes from Ballina's domestic terminal and has a multitude... of accommodations on offer. Poliglide offers a premium instructional service in paragliding and paramotoring. They cater to all levels of interest and competency. Whether you are visiting the area for a short time and are looking for a flying experience; you are planning to take up the sport and wish to complete a licencing course, or you are looking to advance your skills, Poliglide can assist you. Gain some experience with a paraglider and most students fly solo on the first day of their famous one-day intro course!

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Truckstop Sk8

Ballina

Learn how to skate with Truckstop Skate School. With over 35+ years of skateboarding experience and their own private all weather facility in Ballina they can guarantee some serious knowledge will be handed... down, rain, hail or shine! Truckstop Sk8 offer Private/High Performance One on One lessons, 10 week School Term lessons and School Holiday skate programs. They also offer Ladies Only and Old Guy classes. They even cater for Birthday Parties! Shop apparel & skate accessories So no matter what you want to learn or what you want to do on a skateboard, they have you covered. Any and all skill levels are welcome.

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Yidabal Galii Maa Cultural Tours

Ballina

Jing gee la Yidabal Galii Maa, meaning 'Making of a good spirit' in the Bundjalung language, operate 3hr Cultural tours in Nyangbal Country, Ballina NSW. In the 3hr tour, you will be immersed in Bundjalung... language, customs and stories of Country. The tours are by demand via email or phone call to make a booking with our local guides.

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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 important... 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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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 curate... Kids Creative Arts Classes and Adults Painting, Ceramics, Collage and Illustration Classes. BYO wine and food.

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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 Australia... 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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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 value!... 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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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, spectacular... 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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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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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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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 surface... 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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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 clothing,... 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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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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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 is... 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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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 discerning... 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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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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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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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 free... 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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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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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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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 environment... 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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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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Avis Car Rental Byron Bay

Byron Bay

Hours of Operation: Sun 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM Sat 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM and 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM