BYRON BAY ACTIVITES

There’s always something to do or see in Byron Bay, one of Australia’s most diverse, dramatic and colourful destinations!

Weekly Farmers Market (Thurs 7-11am)
Butler St Reserve, all organic & locally grown produce.

Byron Bay Arts & Craft Market, 1st Sunday
Butler St Reserve, locally crafted unique gifts and products.

Byron Artisan Market, Oct-Mar, Saturdays, 4-9pm
Railway Park Byron, great local produce and products.

Beachside Markets, 3 annually, Jan, Easter, Sep long weekend
Byron Bay Main beach, music, food with great local and national products.

Beaches
Explore, swim, relax on Belongil, Main Beach, Clarkes or The Pass – or head to the open side to Tallows Beach and its sheltered ‘Cosy Corner’

Lighthouse Walk
Trek or Drive to the Cape Byron Lighthouse and behold the breathtaking views from Australia’s most easterly point.

Restaurants
Fine-dining to Casual, a wide range of cuisines await, many sourcing fresh local produce!

Cafes
There’s a reason why Byron Bay is known for its great coffee!

Pubs
From the rustic ‘Railway Hotel’ with its nightly live music, to the classic ‘Great Northern’, to the vibey ‘Beach Hotel’ with ocean views, there’s a pub to suit all patrons and occasions

Shopping
Local designers, surf gear, boutiques, homewares and retail chains – Byron’s got it all!

Surf
Byron Bay is the #1 place in Australia to learn-to-surf with its perfect peeling waves, safe conditions and warm water. Book a lesson with The Byron Bay Surf School, the original!

Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)
Get on board this popular new water sport with the Byron Bay SUP School – easy and exhilarating for all ages!

Kayaking
Paddle through the beautiful Cape Bryon Marine Park and watch dolphins dart through the waves or turtles pop up to say hello!

Whale watching
Between April and November, the humpback whales pass Cape Byron headland on their migratory journey .. Find your own land-based vantage point or book a whale-watching tour Scuba diving/SnorkellingJulian Rocks is one of the top-10 dive sites in Australia and located just off the Byron Bay coast. Book your adventure early to avoid disappointment.

Skydiving
See Australia’s most spectacular coastal views from 14,000ft high! This breathtaking experience will stay with you forever.

National Parks & Mt Warning
This World-Heritage listed park is one of many National Parks and Reserves surrounding Byron Bay. Hire a car or take a day-tour into the ancient sub-tropical forest.

Arakwal National Park
Located right on the edge of town, wander through coastal Arakwal National Park, significant to Byron Bay’s first Arakwal people

Nimbin & hinterland
Journey back in time to the hippie community of Nimbin, made famous by the ’73 Aquarius Festival. Nearby rainforests and waterfalls add to the cool experience!

The Crystal Castle & Shambhala Gardens
Ignite the senses and enrich the spirit as you explore the beauty of the crystals, gardens and World Peace Stupa

Yoga
By the beach or in the studio, transform yourself with an inspiring yogi!

Day Spas & Massage
For health, beauty and relaxation!

Palace Byron Bay Cinema
New releases and arthouse movies, licenced wine & espresso bars

The Byron Community Centre
Music, dance, public forums, health sessions and guest speakers. Check out what’s happening at the Johnson St centre!

Lone Goat Gallery
Byron Shire Council’s premier community gallery, featuring local & visiting artists

Or wander through this eclectic surf town at your own pace, knowing you’re just minutes from the sanctuary of your own accommodation, with Byron Bay Resorts.

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Glen Villa Resort is the traditional Byron Bay Caravan Park and Camping Ground you’re looking for. Sprawled over 14-spacious acres, Glen Villa is close to the beach and even closer to town – with all the facilities to feel right at home.