Byron Bay

At the far north east of New South Wales in Australia is the small coastal village of Byron Bay. The population of this village increases every year because of the many tourists and travelers coming in for a visit or holiday vacation. Summer season is the most peak season of the year for Byron Bay.

Byron Bay is not only a popular destination for holiday vacation or summer getaway. It is also famous for other several reasons. Among these reasons include its best and great surf breaks, and its cleanest and prettiest beaches along the eastern coastline of Australia. The Cape Byron is the main attraction of Byron Bay.

The location of Byron Bay is near some sub-tropical rainforests making it a popular wedding destination for many couples. The village is also filled with many great entertainment and shopping sports, as well as other fabulous restaurants and cafes. Its doorstep at the Northern Rivers has many small towns and villages including a scenic countryside filled with small farms. At the farms, various products are produced that include stone fruits, lychee, blueberries, coffee, and macadamia nuts. Cheese and dairy are also produced in the farms.

Wide varieties of activities can also immerse the holiday expectations of every tourist. Among these activities include region touring, kayaking, hang gliding, micro lighting, skydiving, surfing, fishing, golfing, and horse riding. Art workshops and circus skills are also part of the activities that can be done in Byron Bay.

The front town of the Byron Bay is very special since it consists of a north-facing and safe curve beach that offers the famous surfing breaks, turquoise sea lapping, and soft white sand. This beach is one of Australia’s stunning beaches. The Main Beach in the village is safe for the children since it is being patrolled. The Pass at the end of the Clarkes Beach is popular for the surfers. At these beaches, sculpting weird creatures and gothic castles are made.

Every Sunday mornings, the scene of the long boarders is exclusively visible at the Watego’s. Watego’s is a sheltered and safe beach ideal for families, children, and surfers. Watego’s has free toilets and barbecue spots as well. Inside the Watego’s is a Little Watego’s, which is a lovely and quiet beach overlooking the lighthouse’s walking track.

If you have a dog, you can take it along the Belongil Beach that stretches from the Byron Bay towards the Brunswick Heads. A wrecked ship of Wollongbar also emerges from the sea as its offers good opportunities for snorkeling.

The Tallow Beach at the Byron Bay is another great attraction for those beach-lovers as well as for dog walkers who can get into the beach of Suffolk Park. At the south end of Cape Byron is the Cosy Corner, which also offers good surf breaks that are in right conditions. However, one must be careful enough in swimming due to currents and rips.

The White Beach, Bray Beach, and Kings Beach form the Broken Head Nature Reserve in Byron Bay. At this reserve, tourists can walks towards the headlands from the caravan park.