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5 - 37 Broken Head Road, Byron Bay
It covers 28 acres of land and has direct access to Tallows Beach, just five minutes from the centre of Byron Bay. Its camp facilities include a camp kitchen, car park, communal refrigerator, recreation room, iron, playground, outdoor swimming pool, shop and tour desk. If you like fishing, swimming and trail bike riding this venue is perfect for you.
184 Beach Road, Byron Bay
The park is located just eight kilometers from Byron Bay near a national park. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, car parking spaces, gas, ice, kiosk, laundry and public telephone. Enjoy bird watching, bush walking, surfing and swimming.
399 Ewingsdale Road, Byron Bay
The venue is child-friendly and offers the finest facilities for all of its guests. Accommodations include cabins, houses, ensuite powered sites, powered sites and unpowered sites. Its facilities include a swimming pool, tennis court, barbecue area, camp kitchen, picnic tables, WiFi, Internet kiosks, dump point, tour desk, ticket sales, guest amenities building, laundry, luggage storage, car parking, telephone, fax, security entrance gates and cots.
Lawson Street, Byron Bay
It 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, communal refrigerator, gardens, ice, WiFi, kiosk, laundry, public telephone and tour desk. Popular activities in the park are surfing, sunbathing, swimming and leisure walking.
80 - 86 Butler Street, Byron Bay
It is a beautiful park 400 metres from the CBD, and is a great venue for surfing, swimming, fishing, hiking and relaxing with the whole family. Its campsite facilities include a barbecue, camp kitchen, communal kitchen, gardens, broadband Internet access, WiFi, iron, laundry, spa, public telephone and outdoor 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 Brunswick River, migrating whales and several protected areas where wildlife are left alone to flourish. In some areas both recreational and commercial fishing are allowed.
Cape Byron Lighthouse towers within 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 an great spot for whale-watching.
Julian Rocks refers to the two islands that lie 2.5 kilometers offshore of Byron Baya. Captain Cook named it after his niece and nephew (Julia and Juan) in 1770 after passing through 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 will also stay or pass by the area from May to September.
Minyon Falls lies within the Nightcap National Park. It is a famous, scenic waterfall surrounded by abundant flora and fauna. Visitors can access the falls easily through Ballina, Byron Bay and Lismore. Enjoy bird-watching from a boardwalk lookout at Minyon Falls.
Nightcap National Park is located nearby to Byron Bay and Lismore. It forms part of the Australian National Heritage List and 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 started in 2005 and is usually held in late summer at the Cultural Centre in Byron Bay. Greg Aitken and David Warth founded the Byron Bay Film Festival. It screens influential films and awards exemplary filmmakers. The festival features local, national and international films.