The relaxation capital of Australia awaits

Think Byron Bay, and you envisage a place laden with good vibes, a health-conscious way of life and a bohemian view of the world you’ll soon want to adopt. Say Byron Bay, and devotees will tell you you’re in for a treat: beautiful, surfable beaches, relaxed dining experiences with an emphasis on the organic, and a slower way of life – the perfect antidote for the burnt-out soul. Add relaxation therapies and friendly Byron folk, and you have a modern utopia. Must-tries include yoga classes, long walks to discover the hinterland, perhaps even a trip to Nimbin (70km away). It’s as chilled or as active as you like.

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  • Shine a light

    Byron Bay Lighthouse is a Byron Bay icon, dating back to 1899. Do the surrounding rugged headland walk, where you’ll be rewarded with stunning ocean views. Cape Byron Headland is a great spot for watching dolphins, turtles, surfers and humpback whales. Want to experience the lifestyle of a former lighthouse keeper? Stay in one of the fully refurbished, heritage-listed lighthouse cottages.

  • On the wild side

    Cape Byron Marine Park covers about 22,000ha, extending from Brunswick Heads in the north to Lennox Head in the south. Incorporating a range of marine habitats, the park is home to many species of dolphin and fish, sea birds and marine plants, as well as endangered sharks and sea turtles.

     

  • Now hear this

    Music festivals are king in Byron Bay. There’s Bluesfest in April, Splendour in the Grass in July, the Boomerang Festival in October and The Falls Music and Arts Festival, which kicks off at the end of December. These festivals feature homegrown and international acts and fringe activities.

  • Life's a beach

    Wategos Beach and Rae’s on Wategos are both iconic and complement one another when a serving of Zen is on the menu. Home to just seven rooms, boutique hotel Rae’s boasts the utmost in luxurious beachfront accommodation and personalised service. Not staying? Come for an unforgettable meal or indulge in a day-spa treatment. If you’re coming to take in the waves or lie on the beach, Watego’s Beach is heavenly.

     

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공항 정보

Byron Bay 23km

Travel time 25 minutes

Taxi Approx A$85

Shuttle bus A$20 (adult), A$12 (child); journey takes 40 minutes. Blanch’s bus route 640 goes to Ballina, Lennox Head, Byron Bay and Mullumbimby from A$3.80 (adult).

Ballina 5km

Travel time 7 minutes

Taxi Approx A$16

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At 772km from Sydney (9 hours’ drive, or a 75-minute flight), Byron Bay is located on the most easterly point of mainland Australia. It has a subtropical climate, and you can expect hot, rainy summers and cool, dry winters. The annual average maximum temperature here is 24°C (75°F), and the annual average minimum is 17°C (62°F).

Rainfall is at its heaviest in January–March, and the yearly average is 9.9 days of rainfall per month, but Byron is not a place that stops when it rains; in fact, they encourage you to relax most when it’s wet out! There are year-round eco-cruises, or you can unwind at the Byron Yoga Centre via a yoga class, a retreat or even a teacher-training course.

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주변 관광

Byron easyBus has a regular shuttle bus to and from Byron Bay CBD and Ballina Byron airport, and also offers a door-to-door service for suburbs around Byron Bay.

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