Cape Byron Headland and Lighthouse (NSW)

Cape Byron Headland and Lighthouse

The Cape Byron Headland Reserve is a State Conservation Area oversaw by the NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service. It contains breathtaking ocean precipices, uncommon and excellent waterfront vegetation, marvelous sea shores and a top notch strolling track framework that offers dynamite perspectives on both the encompassing Cape Byron Marine Park and the hinterland toward the west.

Arranged on the most easterly purpose of territory Australia, the hold is a famous visitor goal. The Cape Byron Lighthouse and beacon guardians bungalows, worked in 1901, are a remarkable element of the hold. Every one of the structures are recorded on the National Estate Register, and offer guests a knowledge into what life resembled in the times of the beacon managers.

Native culture is fit as a fiddle at Cape Byron Headland. The Cape is exceptional to the Bundjalung of Byron Bay (Arakwal) Aboriginal individuals.

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