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The seafront town of Byron Bay is popular for surfing, scuba-diving, snorkeling and whale-watching. The town hosts a number of exciting events and festivals throughout the year, and features some great bars and cafes. With a campervan hire you can explore the surrounding attractions like the Nightcap National Park, or discover the Cape Byron lighthouse. Don’t miss out on the best of nature, arts and gourmet fare that Byron Bay — hire a campervan and experience everything the town has to offer.
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Ingenia Holidays Byron Bay at5 - 37 Broken Head Road, Byron Baycovers 28 acres of land and has direct access to Tallows Beach, just five minutes from the centre of Byron Bay. Accommodation options include cabins and both caravan and camping sites. The park is pet friendly and facilities include swimming pool, playground, games room, barbecue, and laundry.
Broken Head Holiday Park at 184 Beach Road, is just eight kilometres from Byron Bay near Broken Head Nature Reserve. Accommodation includes cabins and both powered and unpowered sites, while facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, gas, and laundry.
Discovery Parks Byron Bay is at 399 Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay. Accommodation include cabins, houses, ensuite powered sites, powered sites and unpowered sites. Facilities include a swimming pool and waterpark, barbecue area and camp kitchen, dump point and laundry. The park is not dog-friendly.
First Sun Holiday Park on Lawson Street in Byron Bay, is a beachfront holiday park with beautiful views of the Byron Lighthouse, The Wreck and Mt Warning. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, car parking spaces, camp kitchen, and laundry. The park is not pet friendly.
Glen Villa Resort is located at 80 to 86 Butler Street in Byron Bay. The park facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, communal kitchen, and swimming pool.
Cape Byron Marine Park covers 22,000 hectares of protected area that sits northeast of Byron Bay. The park features the tidal waters of the Brunswick River, migrating whales and several protected areas where wildlife are left alone to flourish.
Cape Byron Lighthouse towers above Cape Byron, the easternmost point of mainland Australia. It is one of the most powerful lighthouses in the country with a light intensity of 2,300,000 candela. It was first constructed in 1901 and was automated in 1989. The site is famous for its beautiful architectural style and for being a great spot for whale-watching.
Julian Rocks refers to the two islands that lie 2.5 kilometres offshore of Byron Bay. Captain Cook named them after his niece and nephew (Julia and Juan) in 1770 after passing by the site. Julian Rocks and the surrounding waters is a popular marine reserve. It is home to a large number of marine species such as the grey nurse sharks, leopard sharks, nudibranchs and wobbegong. Humpback whales also pass by the area between May and September.
Minyon Falls lies within the Nightcap National Park. It is a famous and scenic waterfall surrounded by abundant flora and fauna. Visitors can access the falls easily from Byron Bay. The falls are also well-regard as a bird-watching location.
Nightcap National Park is convenient to both Byron Bay and Lismore. It features the remnants of the Tweed Volcano, now called Mount Warning. The area is home to gullies, ridges, massif peaks and wide variety of plants and animals.
The Byron Bay Film Festival was established in 2005 and is usually held in late summer at the Cultural Centre in Byron Bay. The festival screens local, national and international films and rewards exemplary filmmakers.