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Beautiful beaches, hinterland and relaxation

Head to Byron Bay to explore magnificent beaches, coastal walks and the stunning hinterland. Byron's eclectic community and laidback lifestyle is fueled by beach yoga, surfing at sunrise, massages at relaxation retreats and a popular organic food scene.

Fun things to do: Byron Bay

  • Visit Cape Byron Lighthouse and soak up the Pacific Ocean views 
  • Picnic and play at Wategos Beach 
  • Go swimming, boating and whale-watching at Cape Byron Marine Park 
  • Explore the massive markets of Byron Bay, including The Channon 
  • Lose yourself in live music at festivals like Splendour in the Grass

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Visit Cape Byron Lighthouse

A walking track up to Cape Byron Lighthouse at sunrise. Image credit: stock.adobe.comstock.adobe.com
Walk up to the lighthouse and take in those views.

Get up early to catch the sunrise from the iconic Cape Byron Lighthouse. This 1899 lighthouse sits on Australia's most easterly point and serves up jaw-dropping views. From here, hit the Cape Byron walking track. It's not too strenuous and incredibly scenic, with lookouts and bench seating along. Stop to take in the ocean sights, with dolphins, turtles, surfers and humpback whales often making an appearance.

Explore Cape Byron Marine Park

Two whale tails peaking out from the ocean at Cape Byron Marine Park. Image credit: stock.adobe.comstock.adobe.com
There's prime whale-watching at Cape Byron Marine Park.

Go swimming, boating, fishing and whale-watching at Cape Byron Marine Park. This wild, well-preserved marine park, home to sea birds and sea turtles, stretches from Brunswick Heads to Lennox Head. It's studded with beautiful beaches and inlets, perfect for scuba diving and other water-based activities. It's also one of the best places to see whales and dolphins, either from a viewing platform or on an organised tour.

Picnic and play at Wategos Beach

Wategos Beach, with trees and rocks in foreground, curved shore and gentle waves. Image credit: Destination NSWDestination NSW
Wategos Beach is relaxing, sheltered and perfect for families.

Grab a blanket, some yummy local produce and head to family-friendly Wategos Beach for an al fresco feast by the water or a breakfast barbecue on the grass. Wategos is a pretty, sheltered beach with gentle waves, making it perfect for swimming surfing beginners. Further along the cape, you'll find Little Wategos, a teeny-tiny beach that is Australia's most easterly. It's nicely protected and good for rock fishing.

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