Byron Bay (NSW)
With its dazzling natural attractions, Byron Bay on the North Coast of NSW is one of the world’s most well known beach front towns. You’ll be charmed by flawless sea shores, stunning hinterland rainforest, breathtaking seaside trails, astonishing marine life and a humming nourishment scene.
There’s a sea shore for everybody in Byron. Principle, Clarkes and Wategos sea shores are watched all year. The calm Belongil Beach is hound well disposed. Little Wategos is Australia’s easternmost sea shore and is available by walking from the way to Cape Byron Lighthouse. Pay special mind to dolphins, turtles and whales seaward.
In Cape Byron Marine Park, you can swim in the completely clear waters, plunge off acclaimed Julian Rocks and kayak up near dolphins or whales during whale-watching season. The Cape Byron strolling track has shocking sea sees or finish trails old rainforest around Wollumbin (Mount Warning).