Byron Naturally
Byron Naturally
  • AccommodationAccommodation

    Byron Bay attracts a diverse range of visitors and has accommodation choices to match.

    Self-contained holiday apartments and units are great for families or groups of friends who want to be close to the beach, shopping and dining. Camping and caravan parks offer a relaxed, budget-friendly alternative in prime beachfront locations, with accommodation options including cabins and luxury on-site tents. Resorts and retreats provide luxurious surroundings and comprehensive facilities, usually with in-house day spas, restaurants and swimming pools. Bed and Breakfasts offer character accommodation in a homely, welcoming atmosphere. A holiday home is a great choice if you’re looking for ample space for a group – options range from simple beach shacks to immaculately-appointed holiday residences suitable for weddings and other celebrations. For those looking to get back to nature, eco resorts, health retreats and hinterland cottages provide the perfect space to rejuvenate the mind and body.

  • ShoppingShopping

    In a world where chain stores and shopping malls are ever increasing, Byron Bay shopping is a haven of diversity. Byron provides for the discerning shopper with an array of local and international artistic creations from hand-made clothing to inspirational craft, world-class artworks, functional homewares and fine jewellery.

    Once you are done meandering through the main streets and arcades of town you can explore the Byron Bay Arts and Industry Park where you will meet with the original craftsmen and women as they turn their passions into spectacular creations before your eyes

  • DiningDining

    Blending city chic with coastal cool, Byron Bay offers an array of dining options to suit any taste and budget. With an emphasis on locally-sourced and seasonal produce, you’ll discover food that’s innovative, fresh and always delicious.

    Dining experiences include food with views over the beach or hinterland; family-friendly pub meals; the freshest local seafood; intimate à la carte restaurants; and casual yum cha, sushi or tapas.

    Byron Bay also provides a bountiful selection of ingredients to inspire your own kitchen or barbeque genius – from locally-sourced meats to farm-fresh produce and the perfect wine to match.

  • Art & CultureArt & Culture

    Brimming with unique shops creative individuals – and a stopping point for artists and artisans from around the globe – Byron Bay has art and culture in abundance.

    From local galleries to international festivals, you’ll find music, paintings, sculpture, glassworks, jewellery, clothing, literature and circus performers!

  • WellbeingWellbeing

    Byron Bay is known as a place for rest, relaxation and healing. Its stunning natural environment combines with world-class day spas, health retreats, experienced practitioners, and a healthy lifestyle to offer the perfect destination to rejuvenate mind and body.

    The diverse selection of well-being experiences includes yoga classes, massage, acupuncture, reflexology, naturopathy, spa treatments, hair and beauty treatments, tarot card reading, and esoteric healing, and you’ll always discover a therapy you’ve never before heard of!

  • EventsEvents

    Apparently there’s a weekend in the Byron calendar without a designated event, but we’ve yet to find it.

    From the internationally acclaimed East Coast Blues and Roots Festival to the Byron Bay Writers’ Festival, Malibu Classic, Byron Bay Triathlon, Byron Bay Film Festival, Byron Bay Rugby 7s, Mullum Music Festival, Bangalow Music Festival, Kites and Bikes Festival at Brunswick Heads, Winter Whales Ocean Swim Classic, Nimbin’s Mardi Grass, Harmony Day, and lots lots more there is no excuse to say you have nothing to do!

  • ActivitiesActivities

    Whether it’s challenging yourself to the learn the flying trapeze or experiencing the wonder of sea kayaking with dolphins, Byron Bay is full of activities to enrich your stay. An early-morning balloon flight will drift you over the hinterland, you can take the children to visit a petting nursery, wander amongst gardens of crystals, or take a few hours to discover your artistic self.

    One of Byron Bay’s most popular activities is surfing, with beaches and breaks to suit beginners through to experienced surfers, while other active pursuits include bushwalking, diving, golf, yoga and sky diving.

  • WeddingsWeddings

    Byron Bay offers both stunning natural locations and a diverse range of wedding services and venues.

    Whether you’re planning a simple beach wedding, an intimate and luxurious celebration, or something a little out of the ordinary, Byron Bay offers the perfect setting for your wedding day.

    Reception venues include restaurants overlooking the beach, hinterland retreats, resorts, and casual bars.

    With boutique florists, modern wedding celebrants, top-class caterers, complete wedding hire services, and numerous wedding transport options, Byron Bay weddings are always something special.

  • EntertainmentEntertainment

    Entertainment in Byron Bay doesn’t stop.

    While it’s calmer in the winter, whenever you visit you’ll have access to nightly music, buskers, restaurant entertainers, theatre, inspirational speakers, visiting monks, cinema, information nights, concerts, world-class festivals, sporting events, markets, community events and more. Some of these events are free, and children are welcome at many.

  • TransportTransport

    Located on the northern New South Wales coast, Byron Bay is serviced by the Ballina–Byron airport (30min), the Gold Coast Airport (1 hour) and Brisbane Airport (2 hours); regular shuttle buses connect all airports to town.

    Once you’ve arrived, hire cars, local buses, taxis, and pedal cabs are there to help you get around. Buses, mini buses and luxury limousines are available for weddings and other special events.

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  • Mullumbimby Mullumbimby

    Nestled at the foot of Mount Chincogan in the Brunswick Valley, the picturesque country town of Mullumbimby showcases a unique fusion of rural and alternative lifestyles. If you’re wondering where all the hippies in Byron have gone, take a drive to Mullumbimby!

  • Brunswick Heads Brunswick Heads

    With a river running through its centre, surfing beaches to one side and spectacular mountains behind, the small seaside town of Brunswick Heads is a place of natural beauty in every direction.
    Brunswick Heads has an unspoilt, relaxed village atmosphere. Timber bridges connect the shops and the beaches across a beautiful creek that runs off the wide Brunswick River. There are also riverside parks that are perfect for picnicking, lively and sophisticated locally-run shops and cafes lining the streets, and pristine hinterland surrounding the town.

  • Bangalow Bangalow

    With heritage buildings lining the wide main street (Byron Street), and sophisticated dining and shopping, Bangalow is a perfect destination for a hinterland drive. Best of all, underlying the classy shopfronts this small village is rich in rural history and community spirit.

  • Lennox Head Lennox Head

    The light and relaxed coastal town of Lennox Head is world famous for its surf spots, while also offering a family-friendly swimming lake and sophisticated café and shopping strip. The town is host to numerous surfing contests, along with a popular monthly market.

  • Byron Hinterland Byron Hinterland

    No stay in Byron Bay is complete without venturing west into the hills. You can easily spend a day just weaving through the villages, or plan ahead to do some of the bushwalks to natural features such as Minyon Falls and Protestor Falls.