Byron Bay

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Contacts

  • byron-bay.com : Rick Slater, ph 02 6680 7722,
  • Byron Shire Council: ph 02 6626 7000, fax 02 6684 3018
  • Byron Visitor Centre : ph 02 6680 9271, email
  • Cape Byron Headland Reserve: ph 02 6685 6480

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Byron Bay

Over the years, with surfers in the 60's, hippies in the 70's, backpackers in the 80's, and everybody since, Byron Bay has gained a reputation of having a relaxed and often alternative atmosphere. Its atmosphere coupled with its many beaches, Julian Rocks marine reserve, Cape Byron lighthouse, unspoiled hinterland, and nearby world heritage listed national parks has helped cement Byron Bay as a world renowned place to visit.

The magical mix of residents, with their strong and varied points of view, has helped shape the Byron Bay we all love today. You won't find any high rise buildings or fast food giants, instead you are free to choose between a wide variety of places to stay, and get to enjoy an interesting mix of restaurants and cafes - many boasting award winning chefs.

Byron Bay is located on the North coast of NSW with Cape Byron being Australia's most easterly point. Summer temperatures average between 21°C and 28°C and winter temperatures average between 15°C and 21°C, giving Byron Bay an excellent year round climate. The many beaches around Byron Bay offer clean warm water, 26°C in summer and 21°C in winter, with the chance to see dolphins regularly and whales May through October.

Other highlights include; Shopping the unique galleries and boutiques, the Byron Bay Community Markets held on the first Sunday of the month, The East Coast Blues and Roots music festival held over the Easter long weekend, an active nightlife, plus an annual food festival, writers festival, film festival, and more...

So whether you're visiting from around the corner or around the world you should find plenty on offer in Byron Bay.

 

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