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    Things to do in Byron Bay

    • Byron Visitors/Information Centre

      Old Stationmasters Cottage -

      80 Jonson St, Byron Bay NSW 2481

      Contact: (02) 66808558

    • Tour the Byron Bay Lighthouse

      Tours available every 20 minutes, 10am – 3pm.

      Price: Gold coin donation

      No bookings required for these 20 minute tours. For more information, phone the NPWS Cape Byron Lighthouse office on (02) 6620 9300. See more info.

    • Fishing at Cape Byron Marina

      The Cape Byron Marine Park is located in Northern NSW and extends 37 kilometres from the Brunswick River to Lennox Head.



      The marine park offers something for all recreational fishing enthusiasts – offshore, estuary, rock or beach fishing. Of course, always check the zones and management rules in the Cape Byron Marine Park Zoning map and user guide before you head off. See more info.

    • Byron Bay - Nimbin Day Tour

      Contact: 1300 300 028

      Departing from Byron, hop on board a fully decked out coach and enjoy the retro tunes as you are wound through the breathtaking scenery that is the Byron Bay hinterland. As you arrive in Nimbin, you will be able to explore the eclectic and colourful shops and cafes that line the main strip. Nimbin is renowned for its ‘alternative’ lifestyle habits, so drink in the sights and make friends with the locals. Your next stop is Minyon Falls where you will be spoilt with breathtaking views of the rainforest and hopefully wildlife! Your day doesn’t stop there though, next stop a traditional aussie pub – woo! Take a load off and enjoy a nice cool beer while your aussie BBQ lunch is prepared for you. If that isn’t enough, you’ll also be given a free dinner voucher! This tour is a must do to experience the wonder than is Nimbin and the beauty that is the Byron hinterland.

    • Byron Bay Ballooning

      Contact: 1300 889 660
    • Kayak with Dolphins

      Contact: 0416 222 344
    • Whale Watching Toures

      Contact: 1800 243 483 9 Marvell Street, Byron Bay NSW 2481 AUSTRALIA Come and join us and experience one of the worlds most incredible animal migrations. Whale Watching Byron Bay will take you right up to the humpback whales with the amazing Byron Bay landscape as a backdrop.
    • Marad Amria Castle & Animal Park

      419 Hinterland Way Knockrow NSW 2479, Australia. 2 Minutes from the Lennox Head exit off the Pacific Motorway. Open 8am to 5pm daily. Contact: (02) 6687 8432
    • Byron Bay Markets

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    • Crystal Castle & Shombhala Gardens

      81 Manet Drive Mullumbimby - 10am-5pm daily

    Things to do in Ballina

      • Ballina Naval & Maritime Museum

        Regatta Avenue, Ballina, NSW 2478 Australia

        Contact: (02) 6681 1002

        Times: 9am - 4pm

        Open 7 days

        The Ballina Naval & Maritime Museum has extensive and interesting displays featuring: The original Las Balsas Raft, Port Of Ballina and local history, Interactive maritime displays, Largest collection of Naval and Merchant Ships in Australia, Tribute to women in the Navy, Working steam engine, Historical Ballina river boats and tugs. See more info.

      • Ballina Base Motorcycle Touring Guide

        The Base Ballina Motorcycle Guide is for all motor cycle enthusiasts with 18 rides throughout the region which all begin and end on the Ballina Coast & Hinterland. - Download Guide
      • Beach and Coastal Headland Walks

        Cape Byron walking track situated in Cape Byron State Conservation Area in the North Coast region. Enjoy spectacular coastal views along the Cape Byron walking track that takes you on a hike through rainforest, beach, grassland and clifftops to the lighthouse. Distance: 3.7km loop Time: 1 - 3hrs Park Fees apply, see more info.
      • Swimming Spots

        Brunswick Heads, north of Byron Bay, is at the mouth of the Brunswick River. Its small, protected beach Torikina is great for children. Byron Bay township is popular with beach goers, with open beaches for surfers of all levels. Seven Mile Beach extends south to Lennox Head. Behind its dunes is Lake Ainsworth, its fresh water discoloured by tannins from ti (or tea) trees. It is popular with swimmers. Lennox Head's beaches attract more experienced surfers.
    • Surf at North Wall, Ballina

      2 Lighthouse Parade, East Ballina NSW 2478
    • Ballina Head, Lookout

      East Ballina NSW 2478
    • Boulders Beach Headland, Skennars Head

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    • Pat Morton Lookout, Lennox Head

      The Coast Road, Lennox Head NSW 2478 Contact: 1800 777 666 Located on the top of Lennox Point, Pat Morton Lookout has extensive views out to the Pacific Ocean and north stretching up Seven Mile Beach. An ideal whale watching spot (during whale season) and perfect for spotting dolphins, it is also the best vantage point for watching the surfers at its famous right hand break. You can also go hang-gliding or for a hike towards Boulders Beach, taking in the magnificent views of the sparkling Pacific Ocean and coast.