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Things to do in and around Byron Bay

                                                                               By the sea;  


Learn to surf the best waves in the best beaches in Australia.



Enjoy Byron Bay from a whole new perspective! Paddle your own kayak to see dolphins, turtles & whales on our guided tour. Learn about all you see from knowledgeable guides. -


Whale Watching

Byron Bay is famous as one of the most popular whale watching locations in Australia. Join a tour and let Whale Watching Byron Bay take you to meet these majestic creatures as they frolic in the waters just off Cape Byron. -



The Byron Bay Dive Centre caters for all levels of experience. Join a guided dive trips and see one of the most spectacular dive sites in Australia. -



Experience a 5 hour 4WD (conditions permitting) fishing excursion on the beautiful open beaches by the only registered beach fishing operator in the region.


Byron Bay Eco Tours & Kayaks

Offers eco cruises & Byron Lighthouse tours, activities and things to do on the Brunswick River in Brunswick Heads. Cruises & guided kayak tours are fun activities ideal for families, couples, children and retirees. Cafe quality cakes and coffee are served on our morning cruises.


On Land;

Byron Bay Lighthouse

The Cape Byron Lighthouse stands 22 metres high, perched 94 metres above sea level on the crest of a windswept headland. Cape Byron Lighthouse is still an important shipping aid today and is managed and maintained by the Australian Maritime Safety Authority.                    


Wonderful Walks

Set aside at least two hours for a comfortable stroll around Cape Byron's 5km walking trail through coastal heath, littoral rainforest, banksia forest and many beautiful outlooks. Cape Byron is a NSW National Recreation Area managed by the Cape Byron Trust, a voluntary community body.


Sky Dive

Free Limo Pick-Up. Skydive from 14,000ft into a crazy 220kmh free-fall for 60 seconds. A waterfront landing after a canopy flight with amazing views of Ballina & Byron Bay is just breathtaking.



Australia's most spectacular scenery aloft in a hot-air balloon. Soaring majestically over the terrain you will be overcome by the beauty of the "rainbow region".


Hang Gliding

Byron Bay Hang Gliding can offer an introduction to our specialised and unique sport, a safe and beautiful tandem flight with your experienced instructor over Byron Bay's scenic coastal National Park. -


Circus Arts

Indoor fun, fitness and adventure for the whole family. Offers flying trapeze and circus classes for all ages and abilities. Kids play space and cafe open daily. Term and casual classes, private lessons, school holiday programs, team building workshops, private events and parties.


Byron Surf & Bike Hire

Rents bikes ($20 per day), kayaks (half-day $45), surfboards ($25 per day) and other active gear.


Byron Bay Wildlife Tours

Byron Bay's original eco-tour dealing specifically with the viewing of Australia’s unique mammals, birds and reptiles in their natural environment.


Horse Riding

Daily rides morning and sunset along beaches and in the hinterland. Lessons in riding, jumping and dressage. All ages and standards catered for. -


The Crystal Castle

Escape to the beautiful Byron hinterland. Experience the tranquillity of the Buddha Walk. Cafe, Playground, Labyrinth, Amazing Crystals, Jewellery, Tarot Readings, Aura Photos, Rainforest Walk.


Macadamia Castle

The Macadamia Castle has been the area’s most popular activity destination for over 35 years. Animal Park, Café, Nut Bar, Fine Food section and Retail store provide a full days entertainment and education. An ideal days outing for the family, and a great destination when discovering the district.


Byron Bay Adventure Tours

Tours that showcase this stunning destination including the world-famous beaches of Byron, glorious Byron hinterland, ancient rainforests of Mount Warning, World Heritage listed Nightcap National Park and the magnificent Minyon Falls.


Mount Warning National Park

A World Heritage-listed park, which is the remnant central plug of an ancient volcano. Now eroded down to half its original height, the 1100-m-high Mount Warning offers a fantastic walk to the summit through rainforest communities, with a challenging final rock scramble rewarding you with 360° views of the bowl-shaped Tweed Valley.