Byron Bay

Byron Bay is situated on the most easterly part of the Australian coastline. It is this position that goes a long way to making Byron one of the countries 'special' places. From the very rare north aspect that makes the surf breaks famous to the lush sub tropical enviroment of the hinterland, Byron is special in so many ways.

With a population of only 9000 people and a dependance on tourism as its main income Byron knows too well how to welcome visitors and offer a range of activities that suit everybody's needs. Byron has gained a reputation from all over the world as destination that offers that 'something' different. It is chic with a high degree of sophistication and at the same time quaint and offering the charm of a small seaside town.

There is lots to do in Byron. Wonderful walks around the Cape national park, swimming with the dolphins in pristine water, catching a break at "The Pass", kayaking the coastline, diving at Julien Rocks, driving through the rainforests of the hinterland, or eating like a king or queen at one of the many quality restaurants and Cafes that abound throughout the area.

If it your first time to Byron we are sure you will energised by the eclectic mix of people and understand why it is such a special location for so many visitors. If you are returning to Byron...we know why. Enjoy!