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What to do in Byron Bay? Discover tours: kayak with dolphins, whale watching, horse riding and more attractions for kids and school holiday family activities.

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Hinterland Magic and Glow Worm Experience Byron Bay 80 Johnson Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Hinterland Magic and Glow Worm Experience Byron Bay

Reconnect with nature on this spiritual day tour from Byron Bay touring ancient rainforest, waterfalls, glow worm caves and a vegan dinner in the forest.

Byron Bay Hinterland Day Tour 2 Benevis Place Terranora NSW 2487
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Byron Bay Hinterland Day Tour

Explore Byron Bay and beyond with this scenic tour of the Byron Hinterland from the Gold Coast. Visit farms, country markets and dine on delicious food!

Byron Bay Whale Watching Premier Cruise Unit 2/19 Beryl Place NSW 2478
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Byron Bay Whale Watching Premier Cruise

Step aboard this water cruise to experience Whale Watching in the waters off Cape Byron during their migration season from May to November. Book Here!

Brunswick River Nature Kayak Tour 56 Lawson Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Brunswick River Nature Kayak Tour

Enjoy a leisurely guided kayak tour along the Brunswick River in New South Wales taking in the beautiful scenery and wildlife with FREE picnic included!

120 Minute Group Surf Lesson in Byron Bay 5/11 Fletcher Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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120 Minute Group Surf Lesson in Byron Bay

Enjoy a group surf lesson at some of Byron Bay's best beaches with this 120 minute surf lesson option!

90 Minute Private Surf Lesson 5/11 Fletcher Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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90 Minute Private Surf Lesson

Enjoy a private surf lesson at some of Byron Bay's best beaches with this 90 minute surf lesson option!

Scuba Dive Refresher Courses in Byron Bay 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Scuba Dive Refresher Courses in Byron Bay

Been a while since your last dive? No problem - this Byron Bay scuba diving refresher course will reintroduce you to the finer skills of scuba diving.

Scuba Diver 2 Day Course in Byron Bay 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Scuba Diver 2 Day Course in Byron Bay

Get a more in-depth level of scuba diving training with this two-day course that will provide you with your Scuba Diver certificate at the end of tuition.

Open Water Diver Course in Byron Bay 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Open Water Diver Course in Byron Bay

A comprehensive, 3 day open water diving course that will provide you with the certification to dive independent of an instructor anywhere in the world!

2.5 Hour Whale Watching Byron Bay Tour 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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2.5 Hour Whale Watching Byron Bay Tour

Witness the amazing sight of whales breaching off the coast of northern NSW with these great 2.5 hour whale watching tours from Byron Bay. Book now!

Introductory Scuba Dive Course in Byron Bay 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Introductory Scuba Dive Course in Byron Bay

Take the first steps towards getting your certification with these introductory scuba diving courses in the beautiful waters off the coast of Byron Bay.

Byron Bay Snorkelling Tours 9 Marvell Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Byron Bay Snorkelling Tours

Visit the Julian Rocks Marine Reserve off the coast of Byron Bay with this outstanding snorkelling experience and see sea turtles, manta rays and much more.

Horse Riding Byron Bay Pony Ride 946 Friday Hut Rd Byron Bay NSW 2479
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Horse Riding Byron Bay Pony Ride

Let the kids get a taste of horse riding with one of these fun-filled pony rides in Byron Bay that is available for children as young as 2 years of age!

Horse Riding Byron Bay Trail Ride 946 Friday Hut Rd Byron Bay NSW 2479
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Horse Riding Byron Bay Trail Ride

Witness firsthand all the greenery and glory of the Byron Bay hinterland with your choice of either a 1 hour or 1.5 hour trail horse riding experience.

Horse Riding Byron Bay Beach Ride 946 Friday Hut Rd Byron Bay NSW 2479
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Horse Riding Byron Bay Beach Ride

This 1 or 1.5 hour Byron Bay beach horse riding experience allows you to enjoy all the famous sun, surf and scenery of Byron's coast on horseback.

Crystal Castle Byron Bay General Admission Tickets 81 Monet Dr Montecollum NSW 2482
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Crystal Castle Byron Bay General Admission Tickets

Indulge in local produce and coffee as you relax, breathing in the Hinterland views, while the children play through this mystical wonderland.

Byron Bay Sea Kayak with Dolphins and Turtles 56 Lawson Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Byron Bay Sea Kayak with Dolphins and Turtles

A highlight of your stay in Byron Bay will be this ocean adventure padding with dolphins and learning the local Aboriginal stories and sacred places.

Byron Bay Dolphin Kayaking Tour 60 Lawson St Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Byron Bay Dolphin Kayaking Tour

Enjoy a 3-hour kayaking adventure with resident dolphins in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Book this incredible wildlife experience online today!

Tweed River and Rainforest Lunch Cruise 2 River Tce Tweed Heads NSW 2485
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Tweed River and Rainforest Lunch Cruise

Enjoy a relaxing 3.5hr scenic Tweed River cruise through sugar cane fields, sub tropical rainforest with optional lunch.

Stand Up Paddle Boarding Byron Bay Nature and Wildlife Sport and Fitness Adventure 5/11 Fletcher Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Stand Up Paddle Boarding Byron Bay

Find you sea legs and learn how to stand up paddle board in Byron Bay on a 2.5 hour group lesson in beautiful, natural surroundings. Book your lesson here!

Hot Air Ballooning In Byron Bay Entertainment Nature and Wildlife Adventure 11 Ewingsdale Road Ewingsdale NSW 2481
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Hot Air Ballooning In Byron Bay

Enjoy a sunrise hot air balloon ride in Byron Bay floating with magnificent ocean and hinterland views. Conclude with a delicious gourmet breakfast.

Lennox Heads 2 hour Group Surf Lesson Nature and Wildlife Sport and Fitness Adventure 5/11 Fletcher Street Byron Bay NSW 2481
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Lennox Heads 2 hour Group Surf Lesson

Enjoy a group surf lesson at Lennox Head with this 120 minute surf lesson option!

Byron Bay 15,000ft Tandem Skydive Nature and Wildlife Sport and Fitness Adventure Hangar 1 Tyagarah Airfield Tyagarah NSW 2481
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Byron Bay 15,000ft Tandem Skydive

Feel the adrenaline rush of an epic freefall as you travel at 200km/h back to earth with this awesome Byron Bay skydiving experience up to 15,000ft!

Things to do in Byron Bay with family

Visiting Byron Bay during your next family holiday? There are so many things to do in Byron Bay with family! Explore stunning beaches with crystal clear water, enjoy beautiful scenic spots, explore nature and wildlife, visit famous Byron Bay attractions such as whale watching, scuba diving and snorkelling and take part in fun Byron Bay activities for families.

Byron Bay is a coastal town in New South Wales, Australia and a favourite holiday destination for many Australian families during school holidays. Located 772 km north of Sydney and 165 km south of Brisbane, Byron Bay is the easternmost point of mainland Australia with a subtropical climate - warm summers and mild winters.

Here you'll find what to do in and near Byron Bay for families all year round so you can start planning your next trip to Byron Bay.

Some of the fun things to do in Byron Bay for families:

  • Enjoy the Byron Bay Lighthouse walk
  • Relax at Clarkes Beach
  • Bring your dog and family down to Tallow Beach
  • Take a day trip to Nightcap National Park
  • Discover Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens in Byron Bay Hinterland
  • Enjoy kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing in Byron Bay
  • Join whale watching in Byron Bay
  • Explore beautiful Brunswick Heads
  • Spend a day at Lake Ainsworth

Enjoy the Byron Bay Lighthouse walk

Visit the Byron Bay Lighthouse with your family next school holidays. It's a very popular place so it can be difficult to find a car park near the Lighthouse, so you may drop off your family at the top and then drive down to The Pass Cafe on Brooke Drive and park your car there. Then you can take a 1.5 km walk to Byron Bay Lighthouse via the Cape Byron Walking Track.

The Byron Bay Lighthouse trail is a must-do for any nature lover visiting Byron Bay and Cape Byron Lighthouse. The Lighthouse Byron Bay is positioned at the edge of Cape Byron near Tallow Beach.

This 3.7 km loop track takes you from Clarkes Beach (on the eastern end of Byron’s Main Beach) up to the iconic lighthouse in Byron Bay and the most eastern point of mainland Australia, offering stunning views of the surrounding landscape along the way. The Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk is about 2 hours.

If you prefer to stay on the coastal side, go in the reverse direction and enjoy the stunning views and beautiful beaches! Regardless of the very steep steps, soak up the fresh ocean breeze and take in everything the Byron Bay Lighthouse hike has to offer! You will be rewarded with an absolutely amazing view and can meet local wildlife such as cute wallabies.

The Cape Byron Lighthouse is one of the best Byron Bay attractions to see the most beautiful sunrise and sunset. You can enjoy a 360-degree panoramic view of the coast, Byron Beach, Tallows Beach and the cliffs from the Byron lighthouse. 

Don't forget your camera as Cape Byron offers stunning scenery and beaches with crystal clear water, and it's the best place to take your family to spot dolphins and whale watching. Highly recommended!

Relax at Clarkes Beach

  • Parking: near The Pass Cafe at 1 Brooke Dr, Byron Bay NSW 2481
  • Clarks Beach map directions here
  • Parking (metered): near The Pass Cafe, 1 Brooke Dr, Byron Bay NSW 2481
  • Clarks Beach dogs: dogs are not allowed

Looking for a beautiful and serene beach to relax at while visiting Byron Bay? Look no further than Clarkes Beach, Byron Bay! With its stunning turquoise waters and gentle waves, this is the perfect spot to spend a day swimming, sunbathing, walking, and simply taking in the natural beauty of Byron Bay with your family.

Clarkes Beach is one of the best beaches for families with an inlet part for small kids separated from the ocean.

There is paid parking available nearby, as well as showers, public toilets and a cafe, so you can easily spend a whole day at the beach. And be sure to keep an eye out for turtles and dolphins - you might just be lucky enough to spot one from Fisherman's Lookout!

Bring your dog and family down to Tallow Beach

Looking for a beautiful and secluded beach to relax on with your family? Look no further than Tallow Beach, Byron Bay

Tallow Beach, Australia, is a hidden gem near Byron Bay for those who love walks and exploring the great outdoors. Tallows Beach starts just south of Cape Byron Headlands, stretches from Cosy Corner to Broken Head and is less crowded than Byron Beach and Main Beach.

There are some great walking tracks near Tallow Beach: the Cosy Corner Trail, Three Sisters Walking Track (Broken Head), Cape Byron Walking Track and Suffolk Park Bike Track and Kings Beach Walking Track, where you can take in stunning views while exercising!

Tallow Beach is one of the best dog-friendly beaches in Byron Bay, NSW. This long stretch of clean white sand is set against the backdrop of the Arakwal National Park and is perfect for long beach walks, walking your dog, spending time with your family, playing with your kids and watching the whales passing by during the season. 

Tallows Beach car park is just next to the beach, which costs A$4/hour. From the car park, it's an easy walk down, and there are absolutely amazing rock formations to see on your way down as well! There are also public toilets available, but no shops or cafes nearby, so bring your drinks and snacks for a family picnic!

Take your family to Tallows Beach in Byron Bay and choose a beautiful picnic spot for fun family time. The kids will enjoy building sandcastles, splashing in the water and observing local wildlife - wallabies and birds.

Please, be careful of currents here, though, as there are no safety margins.

Take a day trip to Nightcap National Park

  • Nightcap National Park map
  • Minyon Falls Lookout address: Minyon Platform Track, Whian Whian NSW 2480
  • Minyon Grass picnic area address: Minyon Grass Rd, Repentance Creek NSW 2480
  • Terania Creek picnic area address: Terania Creek Rd, The Channon NSW 2480

If you're looking for an amazing day trip from Byron Bay, visit Nightcap National Park, New South Wales. This UNESCO World Heritage-listed site is one of the best Byron Bay attractions and a natural beauty that features striking Minyon Falls and an incredible variety of wildlife.

Take your family on an adventure exploring the hikes and walks amongst the towering trees and the beautiful Nightcap National Park waterfalls - Minyon Falls (a 100 m drop), Protesters Falls (an 80 m drop) and Rummery Waterfall! These incredible waterfalls are a must-see for anyone visiting Byron Bay. 

Getting to Nightcap National Park will take about a 1.5-hour drive from Byron Bay, but the breathtaking views are absolutely worth it.

Don't miss to visit Minyon Falls at Nightcap National Park, the tallest waterfall in the region, a magnificent place and a popular tourist spot, with its iconic views of both the falls and the mountains. There are two lookouts from where you can take a closer look at this beautiful waterfall and its surroundings. The main lookout, Minyon Falls Lookout, at the top of the waterfall offers the best view.

The Minyon Falls Lookout ramp is wide enough for wheelchair access. Public toilets and a picnic area are also available there.

On your day trip, the whole family will enjoy the Nightcap National Park walks! The Minyon Falls walking track to the waterfall base, which is about 4 km and 2-3 hours return, is one of the best Nightcap National Park hikes. It's a relatively challenging walk but really worth it as the scenery is incredible! You can start your walk at Minyon Grass Picnic Area.

Take enough drinking water with you and wear proper hiking shoes.

You can also try an easy hike along the Boggy Creek Track with amazing cascading falls along the way and plenty of rockpools to take a dip in during summer. 

Another beautiful walk is the Protesters Falls walking track for about 1.5 km return. This easy walk winds its way through Bangalow Palms to the base of the falls. 

The Big Scrub Loop walking track in Nightcap National Park is 1.5 km long that starts on Gibbergunyah Range Road, Whian Whian NSW and offers a fantastic opportunity to see a dense NSW rainforest as well as amazing large figs, birdlife and crystal clear creeks.

Being one of the best things to do in Byron Bay, Nightcap National Park is also the perfect place to enjoy an unforgettable picnic with your family. With four beautiful picnic areas to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect spot to relax and take in the incredible scenery. You can picnic at either Minyon Grass Picnic Area (BBQ facilities), Minyon Falls Picnic Area (BBQs available), Terania Creek Picnic Area near Protesters Falls and Mt Nardi Picnic Area (BBQs available). All of the picnic areas offer picnic tables with shelters and public toilets.

Discover Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens in Byron Bay Hinterland

  • Address: 81 Monet Dr, Montecollum, NSW 2482
  • Opening hours: Open daily 10 am - 5 pm during NSW school holidays. During school terms, open Friday - Tuesday 10 am - 5 pm. Closed on Wednesdays & Thursdays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day & Good Friday.
  • Crystal Castle Byron Bay entry fee: Adult A$49, Child (4-14yrs) A35, Family (2 Adults + 2 Children) A$119. Book your tickets here.
  • Dogs are not allowed

Take your family on a half-day adventure trip to Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens in Byron Bay. To get there, it'll take about half an hour's drive from the Byron Bay town centre.

Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens is a hidden gem of the Byron Bay Hinterland and one of the best things to do in Byron Bay. This is a magical and peaceful place with giant crystals, sacred statues, 5 hectares of stunning botanical gardens in rainforest settings, unique jewellery at their shop and fresh food and excellent coffee at the fantastic cafe overlooking the beautiful Byron Bay Hinterland.

The kids will love the playground area near the cafe, exploring all the crystals and walking through the gardens. Everything is a photo opportunity here. The whole family will be amazed by the tallest Geode Pair, the world-largest Amethyst Enchanted Cave and the 8m-high sacred Kalachakra World Peace Stupa, which was blessed by the Dalai Lama. 

Please note that the paths in gardens are mostly gravel so not wheelchair or pram-friendly.

Crystal Castle near Byron Bay is a stunning place, enjoyable for all ages and perfect for spending a few hours with your family!

Enjoy kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing in Byron Bay

Looking for an amazing place to enjoy some of the best kayaking, snorkelling, scuba diving and surfing in Byron Bay? With its beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters, Byron Bay offers many water activities for families to enjoy - scuba diving, kayaking, surfing and snorkelling.

For surfing in Byron Bay, check out these popular surfing spots - Main Beach, the Pass, Wategos Beach and Cosy Corner at Tallow Beach. For 12+-year-olds, check out this 2-hour group surf lesson at Byron Bay’s Main Beach. For younger kids under 12 as well as a private surf lesson in Byron Bay’s Main Beach, book a 90-min private surf lesson here

If you're after snorkelling in Byron Bay or scuba diving in Byron Bay, Julian Rocks is the best place for those family activities. 

Experience snorkelling in Byron Bay with this amazing snorkelling Byron Bay Julian Rocks tour! This tour takes you to see some of the most beautiful and colourful marine life that Byron Bay has to offer, including Sea Turtles, Manta Rays, colourful corals and more. You'll be amazed at the variety of life under the water, and the experience is sure to be one you'll never forget. 

The experienced and friendly team will make sure that you have a safe and enjoyable experience, and they'll also provide all the equipment you need. So come for unforgettable snorkelling at Byron Bay!

While you stay on the beautiful East Coast, come and learn scuba diving in Byron Bay! This daily 5-hour introductory scuba diving course Byron Bay will take you around the Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. It is perfect for adults as well as teens who want to learn all about the sea life in Australia. This scuba diving course is suitable for kids 12 years and older.

If you have some diving experience, check out this Refresher scuba diving course that will help you refresh your skills of diving. All open-water training dives are conducted at Julian Rocks Marine Reserve. What a fun and challenging way to spend your day and an adventure not to be missed!

If you’re looking for kayaking in Byron Bay, check out this 3-hour Byron Bay kayaking with dolphins tour. You'll get up close with Bottlenose Dolphins, spot Sea Turtles and learn about local and aboriginal history, the Byron lighthouse, dolphins and whales while you paddle in your kayak around the famous Byron Bay Marine Reserve. This is also a great opportunity to see the most Easterly Point of the Australian mainland and some of Australia's most beautiful wildlife up close!

Join whale watching in Byron Bay

Looking for an amazing way to spend some quality time with your family? Why not join a whale watching tour in Byron Bay! Whale watching is one of the best Byron Bay attractions for families.

Taking part in one of these fantastic whale watching tours in Byron Bay gives you a unique opportunity to see a diverse range of marine life in their natural habitat. As the easternmost point in Australia, the humpback whales pass by close to shore due to their annual migration to their northern breeding grounds on the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland.

In winter and spring (June-October), book a 2.5-hour whale watching tour here to see the humpback whales up close.

If you're visiting Byron Bay in the period from May to November, check out this Byron Bay whale watching Premier Cruise that operates between May and November.

During the Byron Bay whale season in winter and spring, you're also likely to see the whales in Byron Bay from the coastal walk - Cape Byron walking track, from the Cape Byron Lighthouse and Tallows Beach.

Explore beautiful Brunswick Heads

  • Brunswick Heads map

There are plenty of free things to do in Byron Bay, and one must-see destination for families and those who appreciate natural beauty and stunning seascapes is Brunswick Heads. This quaint little beach town located on the North Coast of New South Wales in Byron Shire, just a 20 min-drive from Byron to Brunswick Heads. 

With two amazing playgrounds at Banner Park and Waterlily Park, fantastic Brunswick Heads Skate Park, stunning Torakina Beach and Brunswick Heads Main Beach and a spectacular Brunswick River NSW, there is something for everyone in the family to enjoy. So take your family to Brunswick Heads and experience everything that this lovely town has to offer.

Brunswick Heads is the perfect place to bring your family for a scenic walk or picnic during your stay in Byron. The Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve is a beautiful park to explore with your kids or have a picnic. The North Head Walking Track is perfect for walks, connected to the lovely Heaven/Christmas Beach with nice shallows for the younger kids. 

Terrace Park and Torakina Park are both lovely spots for a picnic and for kids to play. And the Brunswick Valley Heritage Park is another fantastic place for kids to run around and play at an awesome little playground. 

Mullumbimby Community Garden is also a great place for kids to explore a great variety of plants and flowers and enjoy the outside area! Every Tuesday at 1pm, you can join their community lunch with the amazing food and fresh produce picked from the garden.

At Byron Bay Brunswick Heads, you also have a fantastic opportunity to experience the best of nature on a Brunswick River kayak tour. A 2.5-hour guided kayaking tour will take you to explore the beautiful river near Byron Bay, where you'll marvel at the huge variety of bird life and wildlife. This is a perfect opportunity for some family bonding time - relax on the riverbank, have a riverside picnic, swim and take in the beauty of the natural surroundings.

Spend a day at Lake Ainsworth

  • Address: Lake Ainsworth, Lennox Head NSW 2478

If you're looking for a place to cool off and relax in the Byron Bay area, Lake Ainsworth is the perfect spot! Ainsworth Lake is a beautiful freshwater lake located near Byron Bay, just an easy 30-min drive. 

This tea-coloured freshwater lake is perfect for swimming and its calm waters are great for kids due to the plenty of shallows for kids to play in. The lake is very close to Lennox Head Beach that is adjacent to Seven Mile Beach.

At the lake, there is plenty of parking, kiosks, public toilets, BBQ facilities and picnic spots as well as tea tree lakes with private swimming areas.

The whole family will enjoy such Lake Ainsworth activities as picnicking, fishing, paddle boarding, kayaking, canoeing, swimming and more!

Frequently Asked Questions

Where does the Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk start?
You can start your Byron Bay Lighthouse walk at the bottom near the public toilets and Clarkes Beach (130 Lighthouse Rd, Byron Bay NSW 2481). Park your car and head left and around Palm Beach into Wategos Beach. Then go up the headland to see the beautiful panoramic views before heading to the lighthouse. Walk back through the conservation area for the stunning views and then go back down to the car park again.
How long is the Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk?
The Byron Bay Lighthouse Walk can take about 2 hours (3.7km) depending on your pace
Where to start Byron Bay Lighthouse walk?
Start the Byron Bay Lighthouse walk at the bottom near the public toilets and Clarkes Beach (130 Lighthouse Rd, Byron Bay NSW 2481)
Who built Byron Bay Lighthouse?
The Byron Bay Lighthouse was designed by Charles Assinder Harding and Cecil W. Darley.
How many steps to Byron Bay Lighthouse?
About 5,000 steps and 100 m high hill
What time does Byron Bay Lighthouse open?
Byron Bay Lighthouse opens daily 8 am to sunset. Maritime Museum at the lighthouse opens daily 10 am - 4 pm.
Byron Bay Lighthouse walk dog-friendly?
No, dogs are not allowed at Byron Bay Lighthouse (except for assistance dogs)
Byron Bay Lighthouse walk parking
There are several car parks: 199 Lighthouse Rd, Byron Bay NSW 2481; Brooke Dr, Byron Bay NSW 2481; 16 Palm Valley Dr, Byron Bay NSW 2481
How to get to Tallow Beach?
It will take about 30 minutes to get to Tallow Beach if you walk from Byron Bay CBD. There's also an option of heading via Lawson Street and Tallow Beach Road to get to Tallow Beach. Other walking tracks are via Milne Track or Carlyle Street and Milne Track.
How long is Tallows Beach?
Tallow Beach is about 6.5 km long and stretches from Cosy Corner to Broken Head.
Is Tallow Beach dog-friendly?
Yes, Tallow Beach is one of the best dog-friendly beaches in Byron Bay, NSW.
Where is Nightcap National Park?
Nightcap National Park is located 35 km north of Lismore in the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, Australia, within the Nightcap Range.
How to get to Crystal Castle from Byron Bay?
You can take Shirley Street heading onto Ewingsdale Road and Myocum Road to Possum Shoot Road which will lead you right into Coolamon Scenic Drive and Monet Drive in Montecollum NSW. The Crystal Castle and Shambhala Gardens will be on your left.
Where is Crystal Castle Byron Bay?
Crystal Castle Byron Bay is located at 81 Monet Dr, Montecollum, NSW 2482, about half an hour from Byron Bay CBD.
Best time to scuba dive in Australia?
The best time to scuba dive in Australia is from July to November (dry season), with the calmest sea between September and February.
Where to scuba dive in Australia?
Some of the best places to scuba dive in Australia are The Great Barrier Reef, Cairns QLD, Port Douglas QLD, Townsville QLD, Whitsundays QLD, South West Rocks NSW, Byron Bay NSW and Ningaloo Reef WA.
Whale watching ticket price
Tickets for a 2-hour Byron Bay whale watching premier cruise (May-November) cost Adult/Child (5-15 y.o.) A$110. Tickets for a 2.5-hour whale watching Byron Bay tour (June-October) are Adult A$99; Child (under 12 y.o.) A$79.
Where to go for whale watching?
During the whale season in Byron Bay (winter and spring), you can go out for whale watching at the Cape Byron walking track, the scenic Cape Byron Lighthouse and Tallows Beach.
How far is Brunswick Heads from Byron Bay?
Brunswick Heads is 17.4 km from Byron Bay or a 20-minute drive.
Where is Brunswick Heads?
Brunswick Heads is a small beach town on the North Coast of New South Wales, located 20 minutes away north from Byron Bay.
Where is Lake Ainsworth?
Lake Ainsworth is located at the northern end of Pacific Parade in Lennox Head NSW, a 30-min drive from Byron Bay NSW.
Is Lake Ainsworth dog-friendly?
No, dogs are not allowed at Lake Ainsworth. However, there is the off-leash 7 Mile Dog Exercise Beach nearby where dogs could play, swim and exercise.