Move your way around the incredible city of Brunswick Heads!
Brunswick Heads was founded in 1828, but the location has changed throughout the years, until being rebuilt in the 1920s. Tourists visiting Brunswick Heads are still able to see the remains of the holiday cottages dating from that period. The amazing holiday parks, beautiful beaches, the protected rainforest, the river view, the harbor and numerous resorts, a true beauty paradise, can make all tourists with cheap car rental feel welcomed in Brunswick Heads.
Brunswick Heads is municipality in ByronShire, New South Wales, Australia. It has a population of about 1,614 people.
Brunswick Heads is also a small north coast holiday village located at the entrance of Brunswick River. The northern banks of the river hosts a protected rainforest while the southern banks provide a harbor and small marina for fishing boats and small crafts. The Mount Chincogan and Mount Warning gives the spectacular hinterland background to the river that meanders up to the small village of Mullumbimby also known as “The Biggest Little Town in Australia”.
Even though Brunswick Heads has a developed coastal area, it has still retained its cultural seaside village atmosphere. Brunswick Heads was made famous by the song “When we were Young” by the Sneaky Sound System. The song features the title of a local restaurant in the first verse -Sticky Fingers.
Top Attractions within Brunswick Heads!
The Brunswick Nature Reserve is 20 kilometers north of Byron Bay at Brunswick Heads, just off the Pacific Highway.
In the Reserve, you can enjoy relaxing picnics, bushwalks, and river fishing. You can also see the beautiful overlapping of the diverse plants and different bird species -from north and southeast Australia- because the Reserve is a vital stepping stone for migrating birds.
The Brunswick Heads Nature Reserve is located north of the Brunswick River. The natural reserve is the host of numerous migratory birds species, but also a very popular place for tourists who can easily plan amazing picnics here.
The Tyagarah Nature Reserve is a thin strip of protected coast encompassing 7 kilometers of secluded and unspoiled beach, backed by coastal heath.
You can have peaceful walks, indulge in a spot to enjoy birdwatching, or go fishing within a stone's throw of the Byron Bay township. Picnic facilities are also available but camping is prohibited.
The Tyagarah Nature Reserve is one of the few places in the world where visitors can take the opportunity to see an unspoilt paradise, a 8 km beach, in which the natural beauty will conquer visitors immediately. The Tyagarah Nature Reserve is a great place for bird watching or relaxing walks on the beach.
If you're interested in coming to this beautiful place, travel 10 kilometers north of Byron Bay along the Grays Lane, off the Pacific Highway.
The Brunswick River is one of the most beautiful places in Brunswick Heads to visit. On the Brunswick River tourists can plan one day cruises and enjoy an amazing view and a natural beauty. The view across the river, the town and the beach, will charm all visitors in their cheap car hires. The Brunswick River was discovered in 1828.
Macadamia Castle is one of the most popular places that tourists can visit after collecting their cheap car hire in Brunswick Heads. The castle has been opened to public for more than 35 years.