Day Tripper : Bangalow

The charming country town with a rather posh facelift, Bangalow is where craft, coffee and cake meet high fashion, cutting edge objects, and fine dining. One of the highlights is the scenic 20-minute drive from the Atlantic, along winding country roads past horse fields and cow pastures, palm plantations and roadside stalls. Take in the view over rolling hills looking......[more]

Where to Wander: Brokenhead Nature Reserve

A tranquil alternative to Byron’s busy beaches just 10 minutes drive from the Atlantic, this oceanside reserve, where tropical rainforest meets pristine white sand, is steeped in Aboriginal history. Pack a picnic and plant your beach towels down in one of the many little coves accessible by foot for a day of surfing, fishing, sunbathing and strolling. One of the most spectacular is White’s......[more]

Coastal Towns – Brunswick Heads

This little coastal town north of Byron Bay, hugged by both river and ocean, fosters a blossoming and exciting food scene, first-class coffee, eclectic homewares shopping, and beautiful nature walks. A 15-minute drive from the Atlantic, it’s an ideal day trip or book ahead and come for an evening of destination dining at Fleet. Footbridge and Tableview cafés and falafel......[more]

Eat Here Now: 100 Mile Table

You wouldn’t know it, but quite possibly some of the tastiest food in Byron Bay can be found in a bright and convivial space hidden amid the Arts & Industry Estate off Ewingsdale Road. The perfect pit stop on the way in and out of town, 100 Mile Table is run by food fanatic friends Jeremy Burn and Sarah Swan,......[more]

What’s On: Whale Migration in Byron Bay Australia

From July to September our trips up to the Cape Byron lighthouse at Australia’s most easterly point get even more magical as we take in the sight of humpback whales migrating along the NSW coastline. Grab a pair of binoculars from the Atlantic reception and, if you really want to nerd-out, download the Wild About Whales app for updates. What......[more]

Day Tripper : Minyon Falls

Drive 45 minutes out of Byron Bay and you will arrive at the awe-inspiring pre-historic territory of the world heritage listed Nightcap National Park. Eerie and mesmerising, the area has links to the ancient supercontinent of Godwana and its main attraction is the 100-metre Minyon Falls, created by Repentance Creek flowing over the huge rhyolite cliffs, which were once part......[more]

Where to Wander: The Cape Byron Walking Track

As beloved by locals as it is by tourists, we will happily join in the chorus that says the walk up to the lighthouse is on the Byron Bay bucket list. If you want the full experience, start at the Atlantic Reception and embark on a glorious hike that winds through rainforest, beach, grassland and cliff tops— a 3.7km loop......[more]

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